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Music Park: The Big Moon @ DC9 -- 11/25/16

Juliette Jackson of The Big Moon sings at DC9 on Friday, Nov. 25, 2016.

The Big Moon may have been the opener at DC9 last Friday, but you wouldn’t have been able to tell that by the crowd they drew! 503 more words

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Don't Miss: The Big Moon @ DC9, 11/25/16


The Big Moon (Photo by Charlotte Patmore)

London quartet The Big Moon have been playing a raucous cover version of Madonna’s “Beautiful Stranger” in their live shows, which really showcases their style: Big loud guitars paired buzzing around the airy voice of vocalist Juliette Jackson. 207 more words

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Music Park: Seratones @ DC9 -- 10/20/16


AJ Haynes leads the Seratones in a performance at SXSW 2016 on March 18, 2016. (Photo by Paul Hudson)

The Seratones, led by singer AJ Haynes, rocked DC9 nightclub Thursday, taking me back to what it may have been like if I were going to concerts in the ‘60s or ‘70s! 547 more words

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Don't Miss: Seratones @ DC9, 10/20/16


Seratones (Photo by Chad Kamenshine)

Louisiana gospel-garage quartet Seratones have been busy this year, and they aren’t quite done with DC in 2016!

In May, the band dropped their debut album, Get Gone via Fat Possum, and they have been burning up the touring circuit all year. 98 more words

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Music Park: Muuy Biien @ DC9 -- 8/29/16

Joshua Evans of Muuy Biien snarls at DC9 on Monday, August 29, 2016.

Joshua Evans, vocalist of Muuy Biien hailing from Athens, Georgia, likes to prowl the stage. 500 more words

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Music Park: Hockey Dad @ DC9 -- 8/29/16

Hockey Dad perform at DC9 on Monday.

Hockey Dad surfed into DC9 from Australia on Monday and thrashed their way through a sunny set of punk, rolling in with a surprisingly robust crowd. 435 more words

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Don't Miss: Muuy Biien @ DC9, 8/29/16


Muuy Biien (Photo courtesy Crashing Through Publicity)

If something is “muy bien” in Spanish, that means it’s very good.

If something is “Muuy Biien” in punk rock, that also means it’s very good. 195 more words

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