Albert Hammond Jr. performs at U Street Music Hall on March 27, 2018. (Photo by Theresa C. Sanchez)
The sentiment in ZZ Top‘s 1983 hit is just as applicable today in 2018 as it was 35 years ago: “‘Cause every girl crazy ’bout a sharp dressed man.”
District ladies (and many a gentleman) know a thing or two about fashion and one fan in particular wasn’t shy about applauding the lead singer’s tailored, red three-piece ensemble. “Mr. Hammond — nice suit!”
Albert Hammond Jr. quickly responded: “In fact, it is!” The audience later learned, after witnessing the musician engage in nearly 40 minutes of of onstage cardio in that recent performance at U Street Music Hall, “Wool does not sweat well.”
Missio perform at U Street Music Hall on March 2, 2018. (Photo by Isaiah Hattix)
Missio recently visited U Street Music Hall for a sold-out show on The Loner Tour, showcasing songs from the synthpop duo’s debut album of the same name, released last year on RCA Records.
Albert Hammond Jr. (Photo courtesy Red Bull Records)
On Friday, Albert Hammond Jr. released his fourth solo album, Francis Trouble, via Red Bull Records. Albert kicks off a tour this week at SXSW and later performs in DC at U Street Music Hall on Tuesday, March 27.
Lil Xan performs at U Street Music Hall on March 4, 2018. (Photo by Chris Castillo)
Rapper Diego Leanos, better known as Lil Xan, entertained during a sold-out show at U Street Music Hall on Sunday. Chris Castillo was there to photograph that show!
Joywave (Photo courtesy Gold Atlas)
Indie rockers Joywave released Content, their sophomore studio album, last year via Cultco Music and Hollywood Records, and the band is currently in the midst of their Thanks for Coming 2018 Tour. Joywave have a sold-out show at U Street Music Hall on Saturday, March 3.
Anti-Flag perform in Austin, Texas, on Feb. 1, 2017. (Photo by Clark Terrell for Do512)
I anticipated the concert by Anti-Flag at U Street Music Hall on Saturday would be a nostalgia trip. Boy, was I wrong.
Rostam performs at U Street Music Hall on Feb. 1, 2018. (Photo by Isaiah Hattix)
Rostam is no stranger to DC — he hails from here! His mother is a renowned chef who still lives in the area. And Rostam came to visit on the heels of his debut solo album to perform at U Street Music Hall on Thursday, Feb. 1. Isaiah Hattix captured the show.