Shirley Manson fronts Garbage at the Lincoln Theatre on Oct. 21, 2018. (Photos by Paivi; Words by Matt Fortwengler)
Garbage played to a sold-out crowd at the Lincoln Theatre Sunday, gracing us with the first of two nights of the Version 2.0 20th anniversary tour. This tour celebrates the multi-platinum selling and Grammy-nominated album that saw Garbage as one of the top alternative rock bands in the world.
Brent Smith and Zach Myers participate in the Out of the Darkness Community Walk on Oct. 20, 2018. (Photo by Chris Smyth)
On a picture perfect autumn day, beneath a partly sunny sky, over 3,000 people showed up to the steps of the Lincoln Memorial to express emotions of love, support, and hope. On Saturday afternoon, the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention held their Out of the Darkness Community Walk in the Nation’s Capital. Saturday’s walk is just one of hundreds that take place all across the country this year to help bring awareness and raise money, to work towards changing the culture’s approach to mental health.
This year, Brent Smith and Zach Myers, the lead singer and lead guitarist of Shinedown, participated in the walk.
Lauren Mayberry performs with Death Cab for Cutie at The Anthem on Oct. 17, 2018. (Photo by Anna Moneymaker; video by Jordan Grobe)
It was a night filled with nostalgia for many people in the audience, as Death Cab for Cutie played The Anthem recently to a packed crowd.
Goo Goo Dolls perform at The Anthem on Oct. 13, 2018. (Photo by Ari Strauss)
Alt-rock sensation The Goo Goo Dolls hit The Anthem recently during a stop on its Dizzy Up the Girl 20th Anniversary Tour.
Garbage (Photo by Joseph Cultice)
Garbage is celebrating 20 years of Version 2.0, their influential second album, with a new remastered edition and a tour. That tour lands at The Lincoln Theatre in DC for two nights. The first night sold out fast, but tickets are still available for Garbage’s concert on Monday, Oct. 22.
Death Cab for Cutie (Photo by Eliot Lee Hazel)
Alternative rockers Death Cab for Cutie released Thank You for Today, their ninth studio album, via Atlantic Records in August. Vocalist Ben Gibbard and company have launched an accompanying tour, and the band performs at The Anthem on Wednesday, Oct. 17.
Goo Goo Dolls (Photo by Mark Dellas)
Alt-rockers Goo Goo Dolls hit The Anthem on Saturday, Oct. 13, in celebration of the 20 anniversary of their smash album Dizzy Up the Girl! The band will perform the album in its entirety, including of course hit songs “Dizzy,” “Slide,” and “Iris.”