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Justin Trawick & The Common Good “Justin’s 10th Annual 29th Birthday Show”

Jan 17, 8 PM

Pearl Street Warehouse, 33 Pearl Street SW, Washington, DC 20024

Doors 7pm
Showtime 8pm
Tickets – $15 – $30

Check out Justin Trawick & The Common Good for Justin’s 10th Annual 29th Birthday Show on Friday, January 17th at Pearl Street Warehouse. Justin Trawick and The Common Good will be headlining along with special guests The Judy Chops from Staunton, VA opening the show.  Doors at 7pm, The Judy Chops at 8pm, Justin Trawick and The Common Good at 9pm.

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Kim Shires, contributing writer of Alchemical Records and founder of Hear Me Roar Studio

Kimberly Shires

Kimberly Shires is a producer and owner of Hear Me Roar Studio. She is a multi-instrumentalist and songwriter who is passionate about empowering women to express themselves through music. Outside of music she enjoys hiking, biking and snuggling with her dog. Kimberly has called the DMV home her whole life.

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