Liza Anne released Fine But Dying on Arts & Crafts in March, and she’s coming to DC to perform at Union Stage on the accompanying Fine But Dying Tour on Sunday, May 6.
Mikky Ekko — widely known for “Stay,” his 2013 ballad duet with Rihanna — wasted no time Friday night letting the Union Stage crowd know that he was there to rock. Let’s mother f@#ing party!
The alternative music veteran began his set of Sirius XM Alt Nation’s Advanced Placement Tour with “Moment.” The up-tempo song of the Advance Copy EP will appear on Fame, his forthcoming sophomore album on Interscope Records. Continuing the energetic vibe, Mikky performed “What’s It Like Now” and “Not the One.”
Bandanas were back in style as Steve Earle and his backing band, The Dukes, made their way to The Birchmere Tuesday on the 30th Anniversary of Copperhead Road Tour.
An Intimate Evening with Langhorne Slim on “The Lost at Last Tour”
Langhorne Slim gave a very intimate solo performance at The Birchmere in Alexandria on Wednesday. Rather than relying on a prepared set list for the performance, Langhorne (whose real name is Sean Scolnick) selected songs on fly and shared nostalgic stories with the audience about his time growing up Southeastern Pennsylvania, his family, recruiting bandmates, and all the influences along the way that informed his music.
It seems Langhorne Slim is always on tour, but maybe that’s because he always has something to say! The singer-songwriter recently released Lost at Last Vol. 1, his sixth and latest album, via Dualtone Records. Now, he’s performing at The Birchmere in Alexandria, Virginia, on Wednesday, March 28.