White Ford Bronco (Photo courtesy 9:30 Club)
OJ Simpson went on the run in 1994, evading police in a white Ford Bronco. That bizarre chase became a defining moment of the decade, and so it lent its name to DC’s top ’90s cover band — White Ford Bronco. White Force Bronco next drive into 9:30 Club on Saturday, Aug. 10, and you can win tickets to go with Parklife DC.
Psycho Killers (Photo courtesy DMK Publicity)
Here’s a picture: You on a warm spring day at an open-air stage, beer in hand, watching three local cover bands covering the Talking Heads, The Police, and Paul Simon. What a great way to spend Saturday evening, right? Head to The Bullpen, conveniently located outside the Navy Yard Metro Station, on May 4 to do just that.
The 7 Deadlies perform at The Light Horse on March 1, 2019. (Photo by Chester Simpson)
It was a cold rainy night, in Old Town Alexandria, when me and a few friends, heard music coming from a restaurant and decided to get out of the rain. We walked into The Light Horse, which offered exciting food, a fun bar, and with great live music upstairs. On a recent night that great live music came in the form of the 7 Deadliest, a cool DC cover band.
Super Diamond (Photo by Kris Leifur/Daniel Swan)
Randy Cordeiro calls himself Surreal Neil, and he fronts a band called Super Diamond. If you cannot guess, that band is the nation’s top Neil Diamond cover band, and it is performing at 9:30 Club on Thursday, Jan. 24.
Psycho Killers Tribute Band: Bassist Ryan Porter (kneeling, right) is also a member of The Love Boat (Photo courtesy Psycho Killers)
The Love Boat, a new yacht rock tribute band, will perform its first DC show at Pearl Street Warehouse on Saturday, Jan. 12! This Baltimore-based cover band invites you to come aboard — for something smooth!
The THE BAND Band performs at City Winery DC on June 1, 2018. (Photo by Ari Strauss)
The THE BAND Band, a critically acclaimed tribute band of The Band, turned in a solid performance at DC’s City Winery on Saturday, performing many of the seminal hits of The Band’s legendary catalog, including “Ophelia,” “Up On Cripple Creek,” “Stage Fright,” “It Makes No Difference,” “The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down,” and this photographer’s personal favorite, “The Weight.” The setlist also included a couple of Bob Dylan tunes, done in recognition of The Band’s time as Dylan’s backing band.
The The Band Band (Photo by Val Green)
Should you form a tribute to The Band, and you want the world to know it, you may well call your act The ‘The Band’ Band. And that’s exactly what five rockin’ gents did. You can see The The Band Band play the songs of The Band at City Winery on Saturday, June 2.