Kim Gordon (Photo by Natalia Mantini)
Hailed as “the art star queen of New York” by The New York Times and “one of the true influencers of American cool” by Billboard, Kim Gordon soon launches a solo tour that brings her to the 9:30 Club on Tuesday, March 15.
This marks the first tour in support of her critically acclaimed 2019 album, No Home Record.
Gary Numan (Photo courtesy Lincoln Theatre)
Last year, industrial music pioneer Gary Numan released Intruder, his 21st studio album, via BMG. After canceling the initial plans to tour behind it due to a surge in COVID-19 in the fall, Gary is back on the road, and he arrives in DC to perform at the Lincoln Theatre on Tuesday, March 15!
Rickie Lee Jones (Photo by Astor Morgan)
American icon Rickie Lee Jones released a memoir last year, and now she’s on the road performing the songs that made her a part of American rock history. Catch Rickie at Rams Head on Stage on Tuesday, March 1.
Gang of Four (Photo art courtesy of Matador Records)
Last year, Matador Records released GANG OF FOUR: 77-81, a stunning, limited edition box set curated by Jon King, Hugo Burnham, and Dave Allen gathering Gang of Four’s indelible early work. This followed the death the year previous of Gang of Four’s influential guitarist, Andy Gill.
Gang of Four now reunite to celebrate their legacy with a US tour that includes a stop at Black Cat on Wednesday, March 9.
Korine (Photo by Caro Ramirez)
Philadelphia dark-wave duo Korine launch a headlining tour that brings them to DC to perform at Comet Ping Pong on Thursday, March 3!
Del Water Gap (Photo by Angela Ricciardi)
Del Water Gap is the solo project of songwriter and producer S. Holden Jaffe, born in New England. He has already amassed a cult-like following with more than 44 million streams worldwide and a slew of collaborations all before a debut album, which he released in October via Mom + Pop Music.
Catch Del Water Gap at Black Cat on Saturday, March 12.
OURS (Photo art courtesy Jammin’ Java)
OURS hit the road next month in support of their latest album released last year. The self-titled set came out on OURS’ own label Cage Recording Company, the third to be released independently after several major label offerings.
To launch the tour, OURS performs at Jammin’ Java on Thursday, March 3.
Son Volt (Photo courtesy Auset Sarno)
Alt-country pioneers Son Volt is set to perform at The Birchmere on Wednesday, March 2, in support of their tenth studio album Electro Melodier. The new album is infused with sounds of folk, country, blues, soul and rock.
Punch Brothers (Photo courtesy Nonesuch Records)
The Punch Brothers’ album Hell on Church Street is the band’s reimagining of, and homage to, the late bluegrass great Tony Rice’s landmark solo album Church Street Blues, featuring an inspired collection of songs by Bob Dylan, Gordon Lightfoot, Bill Monroe, and others. The band released the album via Nonesuch Records on Jan. 14!
In support of the new release, the Punch Brothers sold out a first night at the Lincoln Theatre in DC on Feb. 26, but they have added a second night on Sunday, Feb. 27.
SUSTO (Photo by Sully Sullivan)
Last year, Americana septet SUSTO returned with Time in the Sun, the band’s latest record, via New West Records. The 11-song set was produced and engineered by Wolfgang Zimmerman (Band of Horses) in the band’s hometown of Charleston, South Carolina.
SUSTO perform their new songs and more at The Hamilton Live in DC on Saturday, Feb. 26!