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Don't Miss: LP @ U Street Music Hall, 7/26/16 (Also Opening for Bryan Ferry)

LP (Photo by Michel Comte)

She’s a little bit folky and a little bit punky. And she’s written hits for others like Rihanna “Cheers (Drink to That).” 263 more words

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Tiny Pictures Tuesday: Solstice

Happy Summer Solstice! Today is the longest day of the season and a powerful day for channeling the sun’s energy (even though it’s storming here in DC). 64 more words


Viceroy Brings Summer Heat to U Street

San Francisco DJ Viceroy brought the feeling of summer to Washington, D.C. Thursday evening.

He took the stage at U Street Music Hall shortly before midnight and played a set that lasted more than two hours. 488 more words

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Don't Miss: Ladyhawke @ U Street Music Hall, 6/25/16

Ladyhawke (Courtesy of Girlie Action Media)

Ladyhawke (Pip Brown) comes to DC on June 25th, gracing those looking to dance at U Street Music Hall with her new indie pop songs from Wild Things. 128 more words

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Music Park: AURORA @ U Street Music Hall -- 4/21/16

Aurora performs live at U Street Music Hall on Thursday, April 21. (Photo by Mickey McCarter)

Aurora Aksnes is a powerfully expressive performer.

Although petite in size, the Norwegian folk popstar, who goes by only her first name, has a big voice that fits her ambitious songs of flight or fight. 609 more words

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Don't Miss: Aurora @ U Street Music Hall, 4/21/16

Aurora (Photo courtesy Glassnote Records)

Norwegian singer Aurora Aksnes has been taking the US airwaves by storm with the release of her debut full-length album, All My Demons Greeting Me as a Friend (released March 11 via Decca Records), and her subsequent television appearances leading up to a North American tour that stops at U Street Music Hall on Thursday, April 21. 265 more words

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Review: Run River North Embraces Chaos and Magnetizes U Street

They played their first song like it was their last.

Spirits of thunder, lightning, wind, fire, the embodiment of the ocean, the abrupt creation of genius chaos—I’ve never experienced something like that, never heard or seen a band that possesses the strings of time and of hearts so delicately but aggressively at the same time. 656 more words

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