Bobby Thompson (Photo courtesy the artist)
The Hamilton might be temporarily closed, but it still hosts performances on its Facebook page. Wishing you could stop by The Hamilton for happy hour? Missing live music in The Loft? Join The Hamilton Loft Virtual Happy Hour series!
On Wednesday, April 29, The Hamilton Loft Virtual Happy Hour series features DC folk-blues guitarist Bobby Thompson.
Pet Shop Boys (Photo by Phil Fisk)
The Pet Shop Boys recently released a new single, “I Don’t Wanna” from the duo’s critically acclaimed LP Hotspot, out now via x2 Records/ Kobalt.
Ariana and the Rose (Photo by Louis Browne)
Ariana and the Rose has solidified herself as both an underground Brooklyn nightlife staple and a must-see mainstay on the NYC pop scene. She was to visit DC with Torres, but the show was canceled (for now) due to the national coronavirus emergency.
But Union Stage is bringing Ariana and the Rose to you in a livestream for its You & US: A Live Series. Catch her show via Union Stage on Instagram on Tuesday, April 28.
Eliot Bronson (Photo courtesy Missing Piece Group)
Like a blanket offered to a shivering stranger, “Even This Is Going to Pass,” by Eliot Bronson and featuring Lori McKenna, is a welcome and warm refrain in these tough times. The song which was just released as a single is helping to raise money for Feeding America, the largest domestic hunger relief organization in the United States.
The Dollyrots (Photo courtesy Rage PR)
Punk-pop duo The Dollyrots revisit one of their albums per week in a livestream show. For their next show, The Dollyrots showcase Whiplash Splash, their sixth studio album, in a livestream at StageIt on Sunday, April 26.
Car Seat Headrest (Photo by Carlos Cruz)
Car Seat Headrest recently unveiled a new song, “There Must Be More Than Blood,” ahead of the release of their forthcoming album, Making a Door Less Open. The new album is out May 1 on Matador Records.
Gary Clark Jr. performs at The Anthem on March 20, 2019. (Photo by Christopher Smyth)
In the new era of at home performances and live streams with lower production, Warner Music Group has decided to go the opposite direction, with PlayOn Fest, a first-of-its-kind, virtual music festival, full of high-quality broadcasts of past performances from some of music’s biggest acts, including Ed Sheeran, Coldplay, Cardi B., Weezer, Flaming Lips, Andra Day, Janelle Monae, Bruno Mars, Lizzo, Gary Clark Jr., Brandi Carlile, Panic! at the Disco, Green Day, Slipknot, and many more.
Watch PlayOn Fest streamed on the Songkick YouTube channel for three days beginning at noon on Friday, April 24.
Jónsi (Photo by Barnaby Roper)
For the first time in 10 years, Jónsi makes a highly anticipated return with a brand new song “Exhale”, along with a new video directed by himself and Giovanni Ribisi. “Exhale” is his first solo work in over a decade and was co-produced by Jónsi and A. G. Cook.
Sunny Sweeney (Photo courtesy True Grit Management)
Sunny Sweeney plays a set of her favorite Loretta Lynn songs on Saturday, April 25, via Facebook Live.
The Killers (Photo by Olivia Bee)
The Killers return with their fastest No. 1 at Alternative Radio with hit single “Caution” via Island Records. “Caution” is from the band’s upcoming sixth studio album, Imploding the Mirage, scheduled for release on May 29.