Langhorne Slim (Photo by Harvey Robinson)
It seems Langhorne Slim is always on tour, but maybe that’s because he always has something to say! The singer-songwriter recently released Lost at Last Vol. 1, his sixth and latest album, via Dualtone Records. Now, he’s performing at The Birchmere in Alexandria, Virginia, on Wednesday, March 28.
Fleet Foxes (Photo by Shawn Brackbill)
Fleet Foxes will perform at The Anthem on Friday, May 18, for a visit on their sweeping tour in support of Crack-Up, their third studio album, published in 2017 via Nonesuch Records.
Lee Ann Womack (Photo by Ebru Yildiz)
Lee Ann Womack released The Lonely, The Lonesome & The Gone, her ninth studio album, via ATO Records last fall. Lee Ann now undertakes a tour that stops locally at The Birchmere in Alexandria, Virginia, on Friday, March 23.
James McMurtry (Photo by Mary Keating-Bruton)
Americana songwriter James McMurtry teams up with rising tunesmith John Moreland to play two weeks of shows across the Midwest and East Coast this month, including a stop at The Birchmere in Alexandria, Virginia, on Monday, March 26.
Eli Lev performs at Sofar Sounds on Feb. 19, 2018. (Photo by Ari Strauss)
“Born in DC and raised by the world,” Eli Lev proclaims on his website, and the proof is in his sound. The folk musician performs as a solo artist and with his new band, The Fortunes Found, whose bluesy nouveau folk is truly something to behold on stage, as seen at Sofar Sounds on Monday.
Philip Basnight fronts Broke Royals at Union Stage on Dec. 28, 2017. (Photo by Mickey McCarter)
Time is very important to Broke Royals, the DC Americana-flavored power pop band founded by Philip Basnight and Colin Cross. Their debut single, released in May 2014, was called “About Time,” an ode of encouragement dedicated to taking time to care for yourself.
Broke Royals (Photo by Sound Snap Photography)
DC duo Broke Royals released their self-titled debut album on Nov. 17. The gents will present its songs live in an official album release show at the new Union Stage on Thursday, Dec. 28.