Perry Farrell (Photo by MEENO)
On June 7, Perry Farrell released Kind Heaven, his third solo studio album, and also launched the Kind Heaven Orchestra World Tour. The highly anticipated tour arrives at City Winery DC on Wednesday, June 19. Very limited tickets remain for the show!
Tom Russell (Photo by Nadine Russell)
Two small paintings of equal size framed the stage at Jammin’ Java. Stage right, the face of Johnny Cash sat on one chair, and stage left, the face of Leadbelly, on the other. Folk/Americana musician Tom Russell began painting (seriously, at least) in 2003, and his work now appears in galleries and hotels. His works also appeared with him at Jammin’ Java recently.
Ghostemane (Photo courtesy Ticketfly)
Eric Whitney, better known as Ghostemane, released N/O/I/S/E, a full-length album influenced by acts like Metallica, Nine Inch Nails and Marilyn Manson. He followed that up with an EP, Opium, this year, and now he performs at U Street Music Hall on Wednesday, June 19.
Hey Violet performs at Union Stage on June 6, 2019. (Photo by Angel Kim)
Closing out their brief first run of shows in almost two years, Hey Violet performed at Union Stage recently with support from Sage Charmaine.
Taylor Rice of Local Natives performs at 9:30 Club on June 3, 2019. (Photo by Brenda Reyes)
It was a special treat recently, having Local Natives perform two nights at the 9:30 Club. From the roaring excitement from the crowd, I knew that it was going to be a great show.
John McEuen (Photo by Alan Nahigian)
John McEuen, along with the String Wizards, performed an enchanting night of songs and stories at The Hamilton Live recently. McEuen, who I interviewed last year, was a founding member of the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band in 1966, and he played with the band for the better part of the next 50 years. Over the course of the evening, John shared stories from his time with the legendary, beginning with its roots as a jug band.
Anderson .Paak performs at MECU Pavilion in Baltimore on May 28, 2019. (Photo by Chris Castillo)
Anderson .Paak released Ventura, his fourth studio album, in April via 12 Tone Music and Aftermath Entertainment. The upbeat R&B singer has been touring a lot, and he recently made a stop at MECU Pavilion in Baltimore. There, Chris Castillo caught him in action.