Juliana Hatfield rocks out at Union Stage on June 26, 2019.
“Feel better!” an audience member called out to Juliana Hatfield at the end of her show recently at Union Stage. When she returned for her encore, Juliana came out alone, and explained that she was having trouble projecting her voice because of chest congestion. The crowd was sympathetic and assured her that she still sounded great — and she did!
The Mowgli’s (Photo by Cortney Armitage)
Alternative rockers The Mowgli’s released American Feelings, a four-track EP, via CandyShop Recordings in March. The band performs at Union Stage on Sunday, July 14, and you can win tickets to go with Parklife DC!
Juliana Hatfield (Photo by David Doobinin)
Juliana Hatfield released Weird, her 17th solo record, in January via American Laundromat Records. She’s touring with the Juliana Hatfield Three with a date at Union Stage on Wednesday, June 26!
Hey Violet performs at Union Stage on June 6, 2019. (Photo by Angel Kim)
Closing out their brief first run of shows in almost two years, Hey Violet performed at Union Stage recently with support from Sage Charmaine.
Jamila Woods performs at Union Stage on June 4, 2019. (Photo by Will Colbert)
“What will your legacy be,” poet Margaret Burroughs asked in her poem of the same name. It’s a lofty question, but one not lost on Chicago singer, songwriter, activist, and award-winning poet Jamila Woods during a recent sold-out show at DC’s Union Stage.
Emma Ruth Rundle performs at Union Stage on May 23, 2019. (Photo by Paivi Salonen)
Emma Ruth Rundle dropped by Union Stage recently to perform songs from her last two albums, focusing heavily on 2018’s On Dark Horses, released by Sargent House.
Emma Ruth Rundle (Photo by Geert Braekers)
American singer-songwriter, guitarist, and visual artist Emma Ruth Rundle, touring with post-rock titans MONO, performs at Union Stage on Thursday, May 23.