If you’re still looking for this year’s summer jams, look no further than Australia — and more specifically, Australian band Ocean Alley. The band brought summer to the Rock and Roll Hotel recently!
It’s a tried-and-true formula: One man writes the songs, and one man sings them. But when those two men are Air Supply, the rock duo who took the global charts by storm in the early 1980s, the individual strengths become a powerful whole. Full of grace and gratitude, Air Supply played some of those hits at the Theater at MGM National Harbor recently.
Courtney Barnett is the best friend everyone wishes they had — deadpan witty, desperately honest. Her songs grapple with the sorts of emotions familiar to the current generation, that balancing of self-doubt, anxiety, and the expectations for success in a world set against often overwhelming challenges.
Rock duo Air Supply celebrated the band’s 40th anniversary recently, and the gents continue the celebration tour with a show at MGM National Harbor on Friday, June 21.
Wolfmother wishes you a “Happy Wolfmothers Day” (actually the name of the band’s most recent single) as they drop by 9:30 Club for a welcome concert performance on Wednesday, June 12.
Aussie quartet San Cisco have released a new song as they prepare to release another album next year, but meanwhile the band performs at Black Cat on Tuesday, June 18. You can win ticket to see San Cisco with Parklife DC.