On the stage of The Anthem recently, Robyn cried tears of joy.
Most folks likely most recently saw Erykah Badu in the comedy “What Men Want,” but the R&B artist is touring her music, and she stops at The Anthem on Saturday, March 16.
Last year, James Bay released Electric Light, his second studio album, via Republic Records. The young English singer now tours the United States with a show at The Anthem on Friday, March 8.
Editor’s note: We have been informed that this show has been canceled. — Parklife DC, 3/1/19
Rapper, writer, and actor Ice Cube released Everythang’s Corrupt, his 10th solo album, not long ago via Lench Mob and Interscope Records. With somewhat short notice, he launched a major tour, and he’s heading to The Anthem on Thursday, March 7 for what is sure to be a very good show.
Beirut, the musical creation of multi-instrumentalist and songwriter Zach Condon, had some humble beginnings — a truly bedroom project where he used to live in Sante Fe, New Mexico. But that project has, for the past several years, become an amazing musical force, pulling influences from Italian westerns to European folk music. But the one thing that ties it all together is the unique voice of Zach himself, which we heard clearly at The Anthem recently.