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Sligo Creek Stompers at the Brentwood Arts Exchange Listening Room

Sligo Creek Stompers play a raucous but refined blend of traditional roots music: Appalachian & Midwestern old time and bluegrass, New Orleans-style traditional jazz, haunted Irish fiddle tunes, honkytonk & classic country, Texas & gypsy swing. Inspired by scratchy 78 … Continue reading

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Omer Quintet at the Brentwood Arts Exchange Listening Rooom

Comprising violinists Mason Yu and Erica Tursi, violist Jinsun Hong, and cellist Alex Cox, the Omer Quartet is a leader among today’s young string quartets. Most recently first prizewinners of the Young Concert Artists Auditions, the quartet was also top … Continue reading

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Letitia VanSant at the Brentwood Arts Exchange Listening Room

With a Voice that has been described as “honey-kissed”, Letitia VanSant’s music talks about humanity, empowerment and destiny. Her smooth folk sounds have been acclaimed throughout the region and even dubbed “one of Baltimore’s best”. VanSant’s premier album, Gut It … Continue reading

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Los Gallos Negros live at the Brentwood Arts Exchange Listening Room

Los Gallos Negros is a Washington, DC-based collective of musicians focused on preserving and promoting musical genres from Mexican and Latin American culture. From rural son jarocho to urban mariachi styles and contemporary Caribbean rhythms, Los Gallos are an eclectic … Continue reading

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Sakura Taiko Takeover at the Tidal Basin

We are excited to announce eight Japanese drumming groups will takeover the ANA Tidal Basin Stage on Sunday March 25 from 12 noon to 6pm among the cherry blossoms in Washington DC. The Sakura Taiko Takeover at the Tidal Basin … Continue reading

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BLUE PLAINS CD RELEASE PARTY!!!

“We may not be rich. We may not be kings. We will not be served by the pyramid scheme. We are the meek and the world is ours.” — Lee Hoxie Cain from the song “Wake Up” Blue Plains chooses … Continue reading

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How MilkBoy is Reviving Jazz on Route 1

MilkBoy ArtHouse in College Park has given new life to jazz on the Route 1 corridor. The Bohemian Caverns Jazz Orchestra, a well-known D.C. jazz ensemble, recently began a residency at MilkBoy through an artist partner program run by the University … Continue reading

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An Interview With Paint Branch Creek

Paint Branch Creek is getting ready for the big time. The local Americana band has been playing at backyard barbecues, venues like Robert Harper Books and the Old Parish House in College Park. Now, with its first CD on the … Continue reading

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ECO-PALOOZA

The ECO City Farms Board of Directors cordially invites you to a harvest celebration to benefit our favorite community farm! That’s a win-win. Show your support for sustainable agriculture, community agro-education, and healthy communities. There will be delicious beer and … Continue reading

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Bluegrass Brunch featuring Ken and Brad Kolodner

The dynamic father-son duo Ken & Brad Kolodner weave together a captivating soundscape on hammered dulcimer, banjo and fiddles pushing the boundaries of the Old-Time tradition into uncharted territory. Enjoy delicious selections from MilkBoy ArtHouse’s Brunch Menu as you tap … Continue reading

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