Trent Dabbs had an interesting lament. He wondered, if Nashville wasn’t known as Music City, if it didn’t have such an enormous reputation as a musical mecca, would people pay more attention to the burgeoning-but-under-appreciated indie scene blossoming inside its borders?
There are solo albums and then there are solo albums. The latest release by Ben Kenney, falls most squarely into the latter category.
When the price of fuel started its monumental climb a few months ago, The Influence, a Virginia Beach-based band, started looking for alternative ways to travel. Their solution: a tour bus converted to run on waste vegetable oil.
It’s been nearly four years since category-defying band 311 has released an album, but fans expecting to hear some of the new songs during this summer’s tour will have to wait until the record’s release in early 2009 to listen to the new licks.
True Colors Tour With Cyndi Lauper, D.A.R. Constitution Hall, Saturday, June 7, 6:30 p.m.
It is extremely rare, since the days of Our Gang and Freddy Bartholomew to the present, for child performers to transition to successful adult careers in entertainment. Far more are the crash-and-burn accounts of used and abused kids whose lives wind up in the toilet as adults.
FC Arts Gallery Exhibit Opening Falls Church Arts, looking to expand the art culture of Falls Church with its Da Vinci Passport series of arts events, is celebrating the opening of its latest gallery, Perspectivo: Unexpected Views of Nature. The exhibit features over 60 works by more than 30 members […]
This blond Canadian might have a stage full of instruments dripping shades of cotton candy — including a sparkly pink drum kit and similarly pink piano — but don’t expect to see another Britney or Christina walk onto the checkered stage of Avril Lavigne’s Best Damn Tour.
Paul Potts, Operatic Tenor Sensation, Lisner Auditorium at George Washington University, Washington, D.C., Monday, March 3, 2008, 8 p.m.
If you had to describe Austin singer-songwriter Bob Schneider with just one word, it would not be “subtle.”