Snapshots: Broke Royals @ Rock and Roll Hotel — 5/13/17

Broke Royals @ Rock&Roll Hotel, Washington DC, 05/13/2017Broke Royals performs at Rock & Roll Hotel on May 13. (Photo by Paivi)

DC rockers Broke Royals played a third anniversary show at Rock and Roll Hotel on Saturday. The gents are in the process of recording their debut full-length album after releasing three well-received EPs over the past few years.

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Music Park: The Damned @ Baltimore Soundstage — 5/9/17

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The Damned perform at Baltimore Soundstage on Tuesday, May 9, 2017.

Inside Baltimore Soundstage on Tuesday night, people would randomly shout out to Captain Sensible, mimicking the call of his 1982 solo single “Wot.”

“He said Captain!” random members of the audience interjected at various points throughout a very crowded performance by The Damned, on tour to celebrate the group’s 40th anniversary. While The Damned did not indulge the audience with the catchy earworm from Sensible, the UK punks did however smash through more than 90 minutes of great highlights.

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Don’t Miss: Broke Royals @ Rock and Roll Hotel, 5/13/17

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Broke Royals (Photo courtesy the artist)

DC rock band Broke Royals is headlining the Rock and Roll Hotel on May 13 to celebrate their three-year anniversary. Colin Cross and Philip Basnight promise an energetic show of infectious music to celebrate the occasion.

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Don’t Miss: The Damned @ Baltimore Soundstage, 5/9/17

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The Damned perform at Royal Albert Hall in London on May 20, 2016. (Photo by Dod Morrison Photography)

Dave Vanian and Captain Sensible are on a US tour to celebrate the 40th anniversary of The Damned, and tickets are still available for their show tonight, May 9, at Baltimore Soundstage.

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Music Park: Brian Wilson @ Lincoln Theatre — 5/3/17

Brian Wilson 01 Brian Wilson sings at the Lincoln Theatre on May 3, 2017.

Brian Wilson was surely feeling wistful when he sat down at his piano Wednesday night and opened his sold-out concert at the Lincoln Theatre with “Heroes and Villains.”

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