The boys in U.S. Royalty have a knack for publicity, and they also have a talent for finding concert venues that are off the radar of most music fans. They turned the upstairs at Solly's into a low-key neighborhood jam session and completely packed a 16th Street mansion for a memorable show this summer. (The music's not bad either -- David gave the band's appearance at the CMJ festival in New York a really good review few weeks ago.) This time around, they're performing in the upstairs "Library" room at Darlington House. There's a $10 cover charge (RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org) and promises of free Peroni and cupcakes. DJ Soul Call Paul spins before and after the band.
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