On Friday, Albert Hammond Jr. released his fourth solo album, Francis Trouble, via Red Bull Records. Albert kicks off a tour this week at SXSW and later performs in DC at U Street Music Hall on Tuesday, March 27.
LP’s music has been around for years, and even before she had released her break out single, “Into the Wild,” in 2012. Most of her work was heard through the lens of other artists such as Rihanna, Cher, and Christina Aguilera. But if you are versed in LP’s own catalog or her amazing performances you know that besides having a talent for great songwriting, LP is one brilliant showperson and has a vocal range that makes even the most seasoned performers envious. That brilliance was on full display in a sold-out show at 9:30 Club on Monday.
New York surf rockers High Waisted visited DC9 on Saturday, surprising concert-goers like me with a new line-up! Apparently, the new band made its first public performances only recently, and Jessica Louise Dye (vocals/guitar), Jono Bernstein (drums), Andrea Scanniello (bass), and Megan Talay (guitar) dropped by DC to rock in one of the reconfigured band’s first performances!
Ferg performs at The Fillmore Silver Spring on March 1, 2018. (Photo by Brenda Reyes)
On the second stop on his Mad Man Tour, A$AP Ferg demonstrated his chops at The Fillmore Silver Spring Thursday. Most recently, Ferg released Still Striving, his fourth solo project, in summer 2017.
Darold D. Brown Ferguson, better known as Ferg, launches his Mad Man Tour next week, and the second stop will be at The Fillmore Silver Spring on Thursday, March 1. Ferg’s appearance follows the release of Still Striving, his second mixtape, last summer, and the Too Cozy Tour with rap group A$AP Mob last fall.