Molly Burch performs at Songbyrd Music House on Aug. 6, 2019. (Photo by Brenda Reyes)
Molly Burch took the stage at Songbyrd DC recently, and the Austin-based singer-songwriter instantly captivated the crowd with her soulful and alluring sound. Her dreamy vocals combined with the perfect mix of a soft and retro vibe for the 21st Century.
Khemmis (Photo courtesy the band)
Denver metal quartet Khemmis released Desolation, the band’s third studio album, in 2018 via 20 Buck Spin and Nuclear Blast. The doom metal band performs at Songbyrd Music House on Thursday, July 18!
Spirit Adrift poses at Songbyrd Music House on June 13, 2019. (Photo by Jamie Langley)
Hailing from the depths of Phoenix, Arizona, Spirit Adrift are making their way through the United States with High Command and Haunt. I caught them recently at their DC date, held at Songbyrd Music House, a venue that is part record store, part concert hall.
Eastern Standard Time performs at Songbyrd Music House on May 24, 2019. (Photos by Paivi Salonen; Words by Mickey McCarter)
DC heroes Eastern Standard Time rounded up a lot of friends for a record release show recently at Songbyrd Music House, and the place was positively jumping for a big night of dance tunes.
Bluebeat DC, Jump Up Records, and Songbyrd have teamed up to present the inaugural Capital Ska & Reggae Review, showcasing vintage Jamaican sounds from four incredible DC bands — ska-jazz legends Eastern Standard Time, fresh off their European tour for their hometown record release party for new studio album Time For Change, along with The Fuss, The Scotch Bonnets, and The Loving Paupers, and DJs Chuck Wren, Crown Vic’s Weird World, and Bobby Babylon — at Songbyrd Music Café on Friday, May 24.
Kodie Shane performs at Songbyrd Music House on March 2, 2019. (Photo by Chris Castillo)
Hip hop breakthrough artist Kodie Shane visited Songbyrd Music House recently to promote her debut album, Young Heartthrob, released last year via Epic Records. Chris Castillo got some pictures!
SRSQ performs at Songbyrd Music House on Feb. 10, 2019. (Photo by Paivi Salonen)
Kennedy Ashlyn, formerly of Them Are Us Too, lost her bandmate and partner in the Ghost Ship warehouse fire of 2016. Recently, she started a new project, calling it SRSQ, and she released an album, Unreality. SRSQ visited Songbyrd Music House recently, and Paivi shot the show.