In its second year, the Ramble Festival occurred only 45 miles north of Baltimore at Camp Ramblewood on October 6-8, 2023.Read more
Yeah, Yeah, Yeah, one word, sung three times, that captivated the world. Yeah, Yeah, Yeah, I’m talking about The Beatles.Read more
The Goo Goo Dolls will be playing that and many other tunes tonight as they rock Merriweather Post Pavilion with the Rockville-founded band O.A.R. on The Big Night Out Tour.Read more
DelFest, the premier bluegrass festival, celebrated its 15th anniversary with a bang this Memorial Day weekend, captivating music lovers from across the country. Set against the stunning mountainous backdrop of Cumberland, Maryland, this milestone event was a testament to the festival’s enduring influence and its commitment to preserving the roots of American music.Read more
When I moved to the Baltimore-DC region nearly a decade ago, the annual late-January or early-February multi-day Greensky Bluegrass concerts at the 9:30 Club—and now the Anthem—quickly became my favorite weekend of the year.Read more
DMV music and festival fans are likely aware that Firefly Music Festival is right around the corner, both in terms of timing and distance. Just over 90 miles away from both Baltimore and DC, it’s not too late to grab a single-day or full 4-day pass granting access to both A-list and rising star musical acts from around the world.Read more
Chill. That’s the best word to use to describe Dan Auerbach, the singer/guitarist of The Black Keys.
While he may be laid back during an interview, Auerbach says that he’s excited to be touring again with Patrick Carney, the other member of this Grammy Award-winning duo. They’re in the midst of their Dropout Boogie tour (the name of their latest album), and will be cranking out some tunes live for audiences for the first time.
With hits such as “Joy to the World,” “Mama Told Me (Not to Come),” “An Old Fashioned Love Song,” “Black and White,” “Never Been to Spain,” “One,” and “The Show Must Go On,” among many others, Three Dog Night has proven itself to be an iconic band in the music world.Read more
When guitarist Ray White received a phone call from singer Lady Bianca in 1976, he had no idea it wouldRead more
Well, we do a lot of band meals. If there’s a day off, we’ll get together. We try and find a good restaurant and treat ourselves. Apart from that, obviously, in catering, so you know quite a bit. But we do tend to ourselves because my wife is with me, so that’s my touring buddy.Read more