25 Sep 2019

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The Set List: September 25-October 1, 2019

Hey there, live music fans! If you want to catch something fun and live, read on.

Anna Marsh and her baroque bassoon will be delighting audiences at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church today, as part of the Capitol Hill Chamber Music Festival. Photo courtesy of CHCMF

This Week

Wednesday, September 25: Capitol Hill Chamber Music Festival: Baroque Bassoon, Flute and Continuo at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, 8 p.m. More information.

Capitol Hill Jazz Jam at Mr. Henry’s, from 8-11 p.m. Make it a Wednesday night tradition. More info.

Thursday, September 26:  Bob Mould at City Winery. Listen to his Tiny Desk concert.

Friday, September 27: Divided Heaven + Maryjo Mattea + Girls Like Cigarettes at the Pie Shop. Tickets.

Sunday, September 29: Capitol Hill Chamber Music Festival: 17th Century Canzonas at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, 8 p.m. More information.

Western Centuries and Dirty Mae at Pearl Street Warehouse, 7 p.m. Listen to Dirty Mae.

Tuesday, October 1: Liv Warfield at City Winery. 7 p.m. show. Tickets. Listen.

Buy Tickets/Upcoming

Drew Holcomb & The Neighbors at Union Stage, 10/25. Listen. Tickets.

Congressional Chorus: Nevertheless, She Persisted, 11/24, 4:30 p.m.. Tickets.

Nada Surf at Black Cat, 1/29/20. Tickets.

Parting earworm

Kim Gordon has a new solo album out on October 11 and it’s gritty, haunting, intimate, and a little weird. Listen to one of the singles from this album, “Sketch Artist” and update your nostalgia.


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