04 Dec 2019

Events:

The Set List: Week of 12/4/19

THIS WEEK

Wednesday, December 4:

The Capitol Hill Jazz Jam at Mr. Henry’s, 601 Pennsylvania Avenue SE, from 8-11 p.m. Make it a Wednesday night tradition. More info. 

Thursday, December 5: 

Make sure you go to the Brickie Awards and bask in the glow and warmth of our community. For more information and to RSVP, click here.

Afterwards, swing by the Pie Shop, 1339 H Street NE, and catch Another Sky. Their sound is ethereal yet approachable, and singer Catrin Vincent has a voice that defies description, but which will resonate with you. Listen. Tickets.

Friday, December 6:

After supporting the talented middle schoolers by going to Frozen, Jr. at Stuart Hobson Middle School, (tickets) you’ll be ready for something upbeat and mellow.

How about DC band The Loving Paupers at Rock and Roll Hotel, 1353 H Street NE? The sun-splashed syncopated sound tinged with a little rocking raspiness will soothe you. Listen. Tickets.

The Chiarina Players’ concert is on Sunday. Photo courtesy of the Chiarina Players, via screenshot.

Saturday, December 7:

If you need a dose of acoustic guitar and blues, head on over to City Winery, 1351 Okie Street NE, and catch Corey Harris. His precise plucking and bright, raw sound will lead you to some unexpected places in your soul. He will be performing with 12-string guitar player Todd Albright. Listen. Tickets.

Sunday, December 8:

Did you say you wanted to watch a clever video a few thousand times and get some really good earworm stuck in your head? Head on over to YouTube and listen to DaBaby here, or you could catch him live Sunday night at Echostage, 2135 Queens Chapel Road. Tickets.

Or maybe a piano recital is more your speed. If so the Chiarina Chamber Players’ Movement Reflected concert is right for you. It’s happening at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, 301 A Street NE. Tickets.

OFF-HILL

Monday, December 9

Songbyrd is such a cool venue, we only wish it were a little closer. If you feel like greeting the week with gritty, delicious, distortion-y music, Big Cheese is it. Listen. Tickets/RSVP.


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