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Join The Perfectionists and Fellowcraft for Perfectioncraft

Perfectioncraft promo photo featuring members of The Perfectionists on the left and members of Fellowcraft on the right.

More to Watch On Sunday, November 19, Washington D.C. will be treated to “Perfectioncraft,” a night that celebrates the coming together of The Perfectionists and Fellowcraft for a night fueled by originals and covers as the band members swap instruments and vocal duties for an unforgettable and engaging experience. See The Perfectionists and Fellowcraft at […]

Asa Weeks: ‘Do the Work to Make Your Dreams Happen’

Asa Weeks performing live

Maryland-based rapper Asa Weeks is on a mission. With wisdom beyond his years, the rising talent journeys deep into the heart of his music in a conversation with Alchemical Records, sharing truths that will compel you to listen to his songs in a whole new light and leave you empowered in the process.

Learn about Asa Weeks’ early starts as a pastor’s kid, how a difficult season of mental health challenges propelled his music career forward, his unexpected encounter with a child that made him realize he is a role model, and the most important lesson he has learned about what it takes to be successful.
Music has been a constant for Asa Weeks. Growing up as a pastor’s kid, Weeks was surrounded by his family, many of whom performed with the University of Liberia Alumni Chorus, an ensemble whose music Weeks describes as “moving and gripping.”
It was there that Weeks first felt “goosebumps” and found himself “tear up” in direct response to music. “I realized that my relationship with God, the purest form of when I feel connected to the Source is when music is involved,” said Weeks.

Texas Royalty Marcia Ball Brings Acoustic Tour to the DMV on Double Bill with Tinsley Ellis

Marcia Ball - Press Photo by Mary Bruton

If there’s one person who can blend the sounds of Southern soul with Texas blues, it’s Marcia Ball. Ball will be co-headlining two area shows of acoustic songs alongside Tinsley Ellis, first at Rams Head On Stage in Annapolis March 28 and then the Pearl Street Warehouse in D.C. March 29. Each artist will perform a set and then jam together for the finale. Ball says the artists will share stories about the songs’ gestation, making the evening not just a concert but a conversation. Join contributing writer Eric Althoff, as he connects with Marcia Ball to learn more about what audiences can expect from her upcoming shows.

D.C. Blues Artist Jenny Langer: This Cancer Survivor Sure Does Rock

Jenny Langer - Press Photo - Anna Haas

Considering the rocky road she has traveled, award-winning D.C. blues artist Jenny Langer is remarkably upbeat in conversation. She laughs often and is extremely frank, even when relating the routine health checkup that likely saved her life. Langer’s cancer scare lit a fire under her and pushed her to make some necessary changes in her life, including dedicating herself fully to music, no longer content to wait to be discovered. Join contributing writer Eric Althoff as he learns more about Langer’s journey, including her roots and work as a solo artist, and as a member of Honey Larks and the Boneshakers.

Concerts in DC, MD, VA: August 10 – August 21, 2022

Concets in DC - Live Music This Week

Wednesday, August 10, 2022 Gregg Karukas and Paul Brown Tin Pan Richmond, VA Details and tickets are available at: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/gregg-karukas-paul-brown-tickets-332068585077 Thursday, August 11, 2022 Hackensaw Boys : Presented By WNRN with Koda & Marie from Chamomile & Whiskey The Southern Cafe & Music Hall Charlottesville, VA Details and tickets are available at: https://www.ticketmaster.com/event/01005CD0A286C14B?CAMEFROM=CFC_SOUTHERNCAFE_WEB_HOMEPAGE_HACKENSAWBOYS&brand=southern Friday, August 12, […]