With summer looming, we’ve rounded up the best music festivals within a reasonable driving distance of the White House.
Local D.C. bands will compete to open for (relatively) big names through the crowd-funding website Rabbl.
The band brings debut album "South of Nowhere" to the Hamilton Sunday.
We talked Mick Jagger and Jimmy page with the author of "There Goes Gravity" ahead of her W Washington D.C. appearance.
Cass McCombs says he’s no one. But he’s definitely somebody.
Oberst has been making records for most of his life. You can practically listen to him grow up on record.
Here’s our guide to what’s arguably D.C.’s favorite non-Nats-game outdoor event.
Singer-pianist Eden Brent says she’s “an inherently lazy person,” which makes her think she’d do well as a member of Congress.
Grab will debut his double-necked, 14-stringed, Kickstarter-funded creation Thursday at Strathmore Mansion.
With her haunting warble, the indie-folk artist updates the happy-go-lovelorn twang of Patsy Cline, Nancy Sinatra and Lee Hazlewood with a visceral existential angst.