Livestream Preview: CeeLo Green @ Sessions, 2/13/21

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CeeLo Green (Photo courtesy Magnum PR)

The one and only CeeLo Green (Goodie Mob, Gnarls Barkley) performs in a rare, intimate livestream performance for what promises to be the coziest Valentine’s Day Eve special exclusively at Sessions on Saturday, Feb. 13.

The performance will last 60 minutes and be followed by a VIP Meet and Greet lasting 30 minutes.

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Livestream Preview: Logan Smith @ DC9, 12/8/20

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Logan Smith (Photo courtesy the artist)

With a soulful maturity and melodic expertise, Logan Smith presents himself with musicality beyond his years and a voice you’ll never forget. Drawing from a wide variety of influences such as The 1975, Phil Collins, Billy Joel, and Harry Styles, his music puts forth a powerful and noticeable presence.

Catch Logan in a livestream direct from the stage of DC9 on Tuesday, Dec. 8!

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Livestream Preview: Michael McDonald @ Mandolin, 9/30/20

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Michael McDonald (Photo by Timothy White)

Singer/songwriter and five-time Grammy Award winner Michael McDonald performs live online for Home Alone: A Special Solo Concert on Sept. 30.

Michael plays songs from his time with The Doobie Brothers, as well as his solo career and select cover songs.

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Around Town: Campaign to Pass DC Music Venue Relief Legislation

Tedd Baker, saxophone and Gavin Fallow, bassThe Paul Pieper Quartet perform at the now-shuttered Twins Jazz in 2012. (Photo by Timothy Forbes)

A coalition of DC musicians and music advocates launched a grassroots campaign recently to advocate for government relief of the city’s music venues. The #SaveDCVenues campaign, which has accrued hundreds of signers within a few days, urges the DC Council and Mayor Muriel Bowser to adopt a version of the 2020 DC Music Venue Relief Act: a piece of draft legislation that provides direct relief to businesses who rely upon (now-absent) revenue from live music.

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Preview: Brandon “Taz” Niederauer @ Jammin’ Java, 8/28/20

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(Editor’s note: We have confirmed this event is free! — updated!)

Seventeen-year-old Brandon Niederauer, nicknamed “Taz” for his ferocious guitar playing, is living proof that dreams really do come true.

You can see so for yourself in a free outdoor show at Jammin’ Java on Friday, Aug. 28.

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