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Higher Numbers, Maryjo Mattea, Azure Wolf @ Pie Shop

Jan 4, 8:00 PM

Pie Shop, Washington, D.C.

Advance GA $10 | Day of GA $12 Doors 7:30 | Show 8:00 All Ages

Founding members Dan Gage, Matt Febles, and brothers Daniel and David Rothman first played together at the Flashband 60’s Showcase in 2014. Higher Numbers started writing original songs that represent the members’ influences, ranging from classic rock, metal, to funk. Leader singer Ginny Hill, well-known in the DC music scene as the lead singer of The Perfectionists, joined the band in early 2018 for the NARAL Pro-Choice Virginia Fundraiser at the Black Cat main stage. That show rocked so hard that Ginny and the band joined forces permanently.  In December 2018, Higher Numbers released its first two singles, “The Road” and “I Know Your Name”, recorded at the famous Inner Ear Studios in Arlington, VA. The songs were recorded by friend of the band Cati Sesana and mixed by Dr. T.

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