Pink Martini brought orchestral delights to The Anthem recently with special guest singer Ari Shapiro. Paivi shot the show!
Punk rockers Social Distortion are working on a new album intended for release in 2019. The lack of new material didn’t keep the band from hitting the road this year, however, and they totally rocked The Fillmore Silver Spring on Sept. 29.
Jim Kerr and Charlie Burchill swung by 9:30 Club with a new-look Simple Minds and delivered a career-spanning, stunning, and extremely satisfying show on Saturday.
Touring still on debut solo album Fake Sugar, Beth Ditto opened Florence and the Machine at The Anthem on Friday.
With Florence Welch’s vocals and positive messages of love, and her band’s energy permeating the concert hall, Florence and the Machine delivered a dramatic and romantic performance that left concert-goers satisfied and returning fans confirmed that Florence and the Machine was worth experiencing again in a sold-out show at The Anthem on Friday.
UK duo Slaves released their third album, Acts of Fear and Love, in August through AMF/Virgin EMI. The punk rockers performed at DC9 recently.
Los Angeles rock-n-rollers Valley Queen dropped by to open Social Distortion at The Fillmore Silver Spring recently, and Paivi was there to shoot the show. Led by singer Natalie Carol, the band’s short set drew from their debut album Supergiant, released in July via Roll Call Records.