White Ford Bronco (Photo courtesy 9:30 Club)
OJ Simpson went on the run in 1994, evading police in a white Ford Bronco. That bizarre chase became a defining moment of the decade, and so it lent its name to DC’s top ’90s cover band — White Ford Bronco. White Force Bronco next drive into 9:30 Club on Saturday, Aug. 10, and you can win tickets to go with Parklife DC.
Sarah Borges (Photo courtesy Conqueroo)
Last year, Sarah Borges released Love’s Middle Name, her latest album, via Blue Corn Music. She’s been touring incessantly since then, and Sarah Borges & The Broken Singles come around DC again for a show at Jammin’ Java on Sunday, Aug. 4.
Florida Georgia Line (Photo courtesy Big Loud Management)
Florida Georgia Line arrives on the band’s Can’t Say I Ain’t Country Tour at Jiffy Lube Live on Saturday, Aug. 3. Vocalists Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley promise the hits from their successful fourth studio album, Can’t Say I Ain’t Country, and more from their catalog.
The Faint (Photo by Bill Sitzmann)
The Faint returned with an 11-track deep-dive into themes on modern society, the internet, and ego — specifically social media and its dark effects, on their latest album Egowerk, released earlier this year via Saddle Creek. Now, The Faint appear at 9:30 Club on Saturday, Aug. 3, in support of the Egowerk 2019 Tour!
Steve Miller Band (Photo by David Woo)
The Steve Miller Band joins forces with Marty Stuart and His Fabulous Superlatives for a show dubbed “An Amazing Evening of Original American Music: Classic Rock Meets Classic Country” at Wolf Trap on Wednesday, July 31!
Ben Folds (Photo by Joe Vaughn)
Ben Folds and Violent Femmes have announced a very special summer co-headline tour, set to begin July 28, and landing at The Anthem on Tuesday, July 30.
Neurosis (Photo courtesy Ground Control Touring)
California metal band Neuroris will reissue their collaboration NEUROSIS & JARBOE, originally released in 2003, on Aug. 3. Days later, Neuroris storms 9:30 Club. You can win tickets to go with Parklife DC.