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The Fab Faux invades DC: ‘When a Beatle calls you to play with him, you play with him’

After bassist Will Lee listened to the message on his answering machine, he called his brother right away. “Great George impression,” Lee quipped. His brother was known to do a spot-on George Harrison impression. “I didn’t call you,” his brother […]

The Fab Faux invades DC: ‘When a Beatle calls you to play with him, you play with him’

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After bassist Will Lee listened to the message on his answering machine, he called his brother right away. “Great George impression,” Lee quipped. His brother was known to do a spot-on George Harrison impression. “I didn’t call you,” his brother […]

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Sister Hazel’s secret to success: ‘We genuinely love each other’

For nearly 27 years, the band Sister Hazel has been writing music, playing together, and touring. And, believe it or not, they still like each other. While many may know the

Jason Aldean throws his ‘Kind of Party’ at Jiffy Lube Live

Country rocker Jason Aldean bought his “Drive All Night Tour” to Jiffy Lube Live in Bristow, Va., and offered up his mission statement midway through his set last week. “I

Summer concert season winds down with big acts

Labor Day is in the rear-view mirror and kids are back in school, but I just can’t let go of that hunger for just a little more outdoor music. So

MECU Pavilion Becomes Summer Jam Band Central

It’s pavilion season friends, and MECU Pavilion has stacked up three of the Jam Band scene’s big guns to heat up your summer nights right here in downtown Baltimore. Thursday,

Dispatches from Delfest: Part 1

CUMBERLAND, MD — Welcome to Dispatches from Delfest, a continuing series chronicling Western Maryland’s four-day celebration of all things bluegrass, presented in photos and my sometimes enlightening, and oft-rambling

Greta Van Fleet brings double-header to Maryland

Greta Van Fleet swung through the area this week with a one-two punch of power that left fans with no doubt there is a future for hard rock music. Beginning

Slayer unleashes Hell on Columbia

COLUMBIA, Md — Slayer opened up the Gates of Hell in downtown Columbia on Tuesday with a fire-spewing occultic onslaught for what may be their last time. Merriweather Post Pavilion

Fleetwood Mac gives spectacular farewell to Baltimore

Fleetwod Mac, the timeless band that has spanned more than five decades, tried to make a statement as soon as it took the Royal Farms Arena stage on Sunday

Weezer, Pixies rock Royal Farms Arena

Weezer and Pixies packed Royal Farms Arena in Baltimore Sunday night with the seventh stop on their Spring tour after teaming up for a successful tour last summer. Pixies, who

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