Colin Blunstone (center) and his band (Photo courtesy The Bloom Effect)
Colin Blunstone, lead singer of The Zombies, will visit City Winery for a rare solo show on Thursday, Feb. 7. Colin’s concert precedes a long overdue recognition for the ‘60s psych rockers as The Zombies will be inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame on March 29!
Ken Fox and Keith Streng rock City Winery on Feb. 1, 2019. (Photo by Mickey McCarter)
With “The Dreg,” Keith Streng (vocals, guitar) and Ken Fox (vocals, bass) built a sonic brickwork that prepared the audience at City Winery for what was about to come from The Fleshtones: a night of groovy garage rock that tumbled across the stage, occasionally dipped in a little punk or a little psychedelia.
Richard Lloyd performs at City Winery DC on Jan. 27, 2019. (Photo by Glenn Cook)
Richard Lloyd has a long and storied career, and he is perhaps still best known for his run as a guitarist for Television. Richard has been touring solo for a while now, and he dropped by City Winery DC recently to play some songs. Glenn Cook dropped by to take some pictures of him.
Vertical Horizon performs at City Winery on Jan. 18, 2019. (Photo by Paivi Salonen)
Vertical Horizon released a new album, The Lost Mile, last year, but it wasn’t really on the mind of frontman Matt Scannell when the band performed at DC’s City Winery recently. Instead, the concert spanned the career of Matt’s band, founded originally in DC, with a big focus on Everything You Want, its 1999 hit album, Everything You Want, according to Setlist.fm.
Hudson Taylor (Photo by Brandon Herrell)
Irish folk duo Hudson Taylor is heading back to DC to perform at City Winery on Monday, Feb. 4. Brothers Harry and Alfie arrive on the heels releasing Bear Creek to Dame Street, a mini-album published via Rubyworks.
Alejandro Escovedo (left) performs at the Set Theatre, Kilkenny, Ireland, on April 13, 2017. (Photo by Sean Rowe)
Alt-country rock legend Alejandro Escovedo, named Performer of the Decade at the end of the 1990s by roots music bible No Depression, made his second appearance at City Winery DC on Tuesday, sharing a personal tale of perseverance and the search for a better life.
Vertical Horizon (Photo courtesy the band)
Vertical Horizon released a new album, The Lost Mile, last year, and frontman Matt Scannell is bringing the latest iteration of his band to City Winery on Friday, Jan. 18.