Preview: Colin Blunstone of The Zombies @ City Winery, 2/7/19

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Colin Blunstone (center) and his band (Photo courtesy The Bloom Effect)

Colin Blunstone, lead singer of The Zombies, will visit City Winery for a rare solo show on Thursday, Feb. 7. Colin’s concert precedes a long overdue recognition for the ‘60s psych rockers as The Zombies will be inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame on March 29!

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Preview: SAVOR: An American Craft Beer & Food Experience @ National Building Museum, 5/17/19

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SAVOR is coming!

SAVOR: An American Craft Beer & Food Experience will return to DC for one day only on Friday, May 17 at the National Building Museum! Make plans now to buy your ticket when sales open to the public on Feb. 27.

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Preview: SRSQ @ Songbyrd Music House, 2/10/19

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SRSQ (Photo by Kristin Cofer)

In 2016, Cash Askew, guitarist for Them Are Us Too, died in the infamous 2016 Ghost Ship club warehouse fire in Oakland, leaving her partner Kennedy Ashlyn to start anew.

Kennedy poured her grief into a new project SRSQ, which became about rebirth. She’s continuing that journey on tour with a date at Songbyrd Music House on Sunday, Feb. 10.

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Snapshots: Richard Lloyd @ City Winery — 1/27/19

Untitled Richard Lloyd performs at City Winery DC on Jan. 27, 2019. (Photo by Glenn Cook)

Richard Lloyd has a long and storied career, and he is perhaps still best known for his run as a guitarist for Television. Richard has been touring solo for a while now, and he dropped by City Winery DC recently to play some songs. Glenn Cook dropped by to take some pictures of him.

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Ticket Giveaway: Galactic @ 9:30 Club, 2/15/19

Galactic Galactic (Photo by Melissa Stewart)

Galactic will release Already Ready Already on Feb 8 via their own Tchoup-Zilla Records through Thirty Tigers. Soon after, the collective appear for two nights at 9:30 Club, and you can win tickets to go to the first of those nights on Friday, Feb. 15.

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