Twiddle performs at the House of Blues in Boston on Dec. 31, 2019. (Photo by Andrew Gardecki)
If you had said the word “twiddle” to me three years ago, it would’ve meant virtually nothing. Twiddle your thumbs? I never really understood that anyways. Fast forward to present day — the moment I see the word “Twiddle” next to a date and location in DC, I’m ecstatic. That’s how I felt when I found out one of my favorite bands, Twiddle, was making a stop at the 9:30 Club. I couldn’t wait to see them again.
Grace Potter performs at The Anthem on Jan. 25, 2020. (Photo by David LaMason)
Appearing for the first time in DC in four years, Grace Potter’s date at The Anthem on Saturday went off more smoothly than the last time she was here.
Grace Potter (Photo by Pamela Neal)
Grace Potter recently released Daylight, her fourth studio album, and she’s coming to DC to perform new songs at The Anthem on Saturday, Jan. 25!
Twiddle (Photo courtesy Paradigm Talent Agency)
Jam band Twiddle performs at 9:30 Club on Saturday, Jan. 25, on the group’s 2020 Winter Tour.
Sam Amidon (Photo by Piper Ferguson)
Folk singer Sam Amidon released a new EP last month, Fatal Flower Garden (A Tribute to Harry Smith). He’s on tour with a show at Songbyrd Music House on Tuesday. Dec. 10.
Phish performs at Merriweather Post Pavilion on June 22, 2019. (Photo by Andy Jillson)
American jam band Phish performed to the utter delight of a stupified sold-out crowd at Merriweather Post Pavilion recently, and I was there taking photos and spacing-out to the music and getting into the groove.
Phish (Photo by Brantley Gutierrez)
Phish hit the road for the summer on a 26-date tour that culminates with the band’s traditional Labor Day run of shows in Commerce City, Colorodo. Along the way, guitarist Trey Anastasio and company stop at Merriweather Post Pavilion on Saturday, June 22, and there are very few seats remaining!
Twiddle performs at College Street Music Hall in New Haven, Connecticut, on May 5, 2017. (Photo by Andrew Gardecki)
I had a blast at 9:30 Club on Friday night. I almost always enjoy concerts, but every now and then I see a show that goes beyond the normal pleasure that music provides. Vermont band Twiddle gave me that experience at 9:30 Club, easily making my list of the best concerts I have ever seen.
Twiddle (Photo courtesy Mason Jar Media)
Jam band Twiddle released Plump Chapters 1 and 2, a double album, in 2017, and the Vermont quartet have been touring nonstop. They notch another show with a performance at 9:30 Club on Friday, Oct. 26.