Last year, Beth Ditto released her solo debut album, Fake Sugar, via Virgin Records. She performed at U Street Music Hall not long afterward but she returned Saturday for a second and bigger round at 9:30 Club. Kyle was there to shoot the show.
I’ve been a Dixie Dregs fan for as long as I can remember. I’ve still got their original LPs in my vinyl collection and have seen the band perform several times over the years. So, when I first read that the original line-up was reuniting for the Dawn of the Dregs Tour, I made sure that I would be at The Lincoln Theatre on Wednesday.
After 17 years with soulful punk band The Gossip, Beth Ditto went solo last year, releasing her debut album, Fake Sugar, via Virgin Records. Beth toured after the album but she’s coming back to DC for a second round with a show at 9:30 Club on Saturday, March 10.
Critically acclaimed Southern rock band the Dixie Dregs will perform at the Lincoln Theatre in DC on Wednesday, March 7, in a stop on their Dawn of the Dregs Tour. The national headlining tour marks the first time in 40 years the original band performs together on one stage.
J. Roddy Walston and The Business released Destroyers of the Soft Life, their fourth studio album, in September 2017 via ATO Records. The gents start a tour in Boston on Friday, and they soon stop at 9:30 Club on Thursday, Feb. 8. You can win tickets to go with Parklife DC.
In his premiere solo outing, Andrew Savage of Parquet Courts was everything you would like him to be — a calm, cool, and collected urban cowboy with a wry wit and a passion for guitar.
The self-proclaimed A. Savage and his band also presented a few surprises to a very full house at DC9 on Nov. 10, alongside impressive songs from his solo debut album Thawing Dawn.
Needtobreathe passionately played an electric and eclectic set at 9:30 Club in a sold-out show Thursday, Oct. 5, in a long show that thrilled their audience and strengthened the bond between the performers and their fans.