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  • Ben Gibbard

    Jul 26, 2017

  • Apocalyptica

    Sep 9, 2017

  • The Kooks

    Oct 4, 2017

  • Paul Weller

    Oct 7, 2017

  • Colin Hay

    Oct 21, 2017

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Ben Gibbard

July 26, 2017

Ben Gibbard has been part of so many bands and different projects that it's hard to keep track. While best known as the frontman from rock powerhouse Death Cab for Cutie, Gibbard proved similarly influential within the realm of electronically-tinged indie as one half of The Postal Service, gifting the world the iconic track 'Such Great Heights'.

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Apocalyptica

September 9, 2017

It's been 20 years since Apocalyptica first put forth their unholy alliance of metal and classical music in the form of debut album Plays Metallica by Four Cellos. The Finnish cello metal band formed with the intention of playing Metallica and other heavy metal band covers, but each subsequent release featured more and more original music until fourth album Reflections announced their fully-fledged status as original artists.

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The Kooks

October 4, 2017

Since forming in 2005, The Kooks have produced four albums, and some of the best known British indie rock tracks of the past decade, including 'Naive,' 'Ooh La,' and 'She Moves in Her Own Way.' They're all collected on the bands new Best Of...So Far compilation, which they're touring across the States this fall.

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Paul Weller

October 7, 2017

Paul Weller is one of the UK's premier recording artists. From his tenure as the lead singer of The Jam to the sophisticated pop group The Style Council and finally as a solo artist, Paul has been producing classic music for over 20 years. Paul's biggest hits include Going Underground, Wild Wood, Changing Man and Peacock Suit.

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Colin Hay

October 21, 2017

While most may recognise Colin Hay as the frontman of Men At Work (the Australian Pop outfit behind the quirky, ubiquitous 80's hit Down Under), the Scottish born Ozzy musician has spent the last few decades reinventing himself as a singing, songwriting troubadour. Touring the world extensively without much fanfare, Hay has built himself up a new generation of fans, including actor Zach Braff who's frequently features Hay's work in his films.

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0.03 mi away at 1212 U St. NW

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0.11 mi away at 1330 U St. NW

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0.76 mi away at 10 Thomas Circle NW

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