English blues rock band Band of Skulls performs at the 9:30 Club in Washington DC. Published March 30 2012
Brooklyn's Beast Make Bomb perform at DC9 in Washington DC. Published March 27 2012
Seattle hardcore band Narrows perform at DC9 in Washington DC. Published March 20 2012
Arctic Monkeys perform at the Verizon Center in Washington DC as part of their first arena tour. Published March 15 2012
Anti-Flag bring their politically charged punk rock show to the Rock and Roll Hotel in Washington, DC. Published March 13 2012
Canadian electro-pop singer LIGHTS performs at the 9:30 Club in Washington, DC. Published March 12 2012
Silver Spring, Maryland's Lionize perform at the U Street Music Hall in Washington, DC. Published March 7 2012
Stalwart New York rockers Bayside perform at the Black Cat in Washington DC. Published March 2 2012
Cleveland's Attack Attack! bring their distinct metalcore sound to the 9:30 Club in Washington DC. Published March 1 2012
Stephen Bradley is an avid music listener and an occasional writer. He grew up in the Washington DC area and has been embedded in the local music scene for years. Currently he lives in Vienna, VA. He enjoys bands that ...Read More
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