Nashville singers have largely been silent about current events since the election. This week, things were different.
Katie Crutchfield and her band bring the sound of a breakup to the 9:30 Club on Aug. 21.
The rapper-singer may be a hip-hop purist’s nightmare, but he warbles like an Auto-Tune dream.
A new generation of filmmakers is looking to its peers to bring unique sounds to the screen.
“One Year Later,” Chesapeake Crab & Beer Festival, Black Masala, “The Nerd” and more.
The nation’s capital is the right home for a democratic treasure.
Compositions by Strauss, Sibelius and Beethoven were on Wolf Trap program.
The groovy R&B and funk band will hit the final show of the Saturday series, on Sept. 2.
The album “Everybody Knows” is the culmination of a musical relationship that began in the ’60s.
The duo’s sold-out D.C. show will include some of the shiny new tracks off “Ayo.”
The 20-year-old rising star throws quite a party, even with his relative lack of material.
Country musicians battle over who gets to record what song — but everyone has to stay friends.
The rapper’s honesty can be polarizing, but he made it work at (the former) Verizon Center.
The jazz living legend embraced collaboration in a free-flowing two-hour set.
L’il Margaret’s Bluegrass Festival, “The Nerd,” the CrossRhodes, Mary J. Blige and more.
The rock band’s latest stadium extravaganza was full of inoffensive grandeur.
Capitol Hill Chamber Music Festival ended on a satisfying note.
We’ve heard about the best albums — what about composers?
The rising singer, 19, is playing at the Fillmore Silver Spring on Aug. 5.
You can’t know what the experimental jazz master will do in any given performance — just that it will be good.