The Lincoln Theatre will officially be under new management this fall, as the owner of D.C.’s 9:30 Club will take the reins of the historic venue. D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray recently announced that the entertainment group I.M.P, which operates the … Continue reading A Winning Bid Has Been Made For The Historic Lincoln Theatre
TMOTTGoGo would like to Congratulate @DJINITIATE Initiate as being the selected WINNER of the Chuck Brown 75th Birthday Concert Tickets!! @DJINITIATE was selected among many who Tweeted their answers to our trivia contest. HERE WAS THE QUESTION: In the mid-1990s, comedian Sinbad had a sitcom that aired on Fox, entitled “The Sinbad Show.” The opening theme song for this show was performed by Chuck Brown. What is the name of this song? HERE IS THE ANSWER: “Hah Man!” ———————————– For more information on this concert, please click: Chuck Brown 75th Birthday Celebration @ 930 Club – 8/24 Continue reading CongratulatIons @DJINITIATE — Winner of the Chuck Brown Concert Tickets!!
Okay… check it: Chuck Brown is having his 75th Birthday Celebration with a live concert at the 930 Club. This celebrating event will take place on Saturday, August 27, and will be host by the rubber band man himself, Bootsy Collins. TMOTTGoGo is giving away free tickets to a lucky winner, and that lucky winner just could be you. Now, how to be the winner of these tickets is simple. Simply log on to Twitter and tweet the answer to the following question, with the hashmark (#TMOTTChuckBDayTickets) tagged at the end of your answer. It’s that easy. On Wedensday, August … Continue reading WIN FREE TICKETS TO CHUCK BROWN’S 75TH BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION
Nena Brown Writer View all of Nena’s Articles . . ——————————————————————– 9:30 Club ~ FlyCandy Media ~ Black Alley Band ~ Noel Gourdin ~ Kindred the Family Soul It’s Sunday night at the 930 Club and Black Alley is onstage explaining, exploring and instilling the soul garage movement into the crowd. An invitation accepted, the crowd is hype, as the first lady of Black Alley has invited everyone to rock out with the band. From the Katy Perry/Kanye West hit “Supernatural”, through “Square Biz” and the “Conga”, they finish up with a smooth combination of Keri Hilson’s “Pretty Girl Rock” … Continue reading 9:30 Club ~ FlyCandy Media ~ Black Alley Band ~ Noel Gourdin ~ Kindred the Family Soul
(Jeff Martin // www.jeffreydmartin.com) DCist.com: This was no piano recital. The energy outside the 9:30 Club on Saturday morning made that clear. As the crowd grew down the block waiting for the doors to open, some of the bands and camp counselors were gathered at the rear entrance, standing on the back of a U-Haul truck, posing for pictures and filing inside in pure rock-and-roll style. This was also unlike any summer camp most of us have ever dreamed of. “Have your I.D.’s ready,” a 9:30 staffer announced at the door. “This is a regular show.” As the house quickly … Continue reading Third Annual Girls Rock! DC Showcase @ 9:30 Club
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Based on the following letter circulated by Mike Chanko, promoter of the DMV Southern Takeover event at the 930 Club this past Saturday, the no shows of Bun B, Wale and Tabi Bonney was caused due to Wale’s bad mouthing (Twittering) of the show: “Ok, here it is. A lot of people are wondering what is going on and what had happen to Bun B. I was asked to be on a few shows to discuss the DMV South show @ the 930 club. Wale has been twitting negative things about my show for weeks after weeks, but this put … Continue reading Are Wale and Tabi The Cause of the DMV Southern Takeover Concert No Shows at the 930 Club?
Nothing spoils a show quite like a no-show. For rap fans who attended “The DMV Southern Takeover Concert” at 9:30 club, Saturday, the sting was two-fold, with both Texas rap legend Bun B and local fave Tabi Bonney failing to post. Post Rock contributor Andrew Nosnitsky reports that, while the marquee names failed to materialize, “roughly a dozen lesser known local artists took their place. Many of these emcees — XO and Kingpen Slim in particular — showed great promise, rapping their hearts out. It might have made for a solid showcase of local talent, had fans actually paid to … Continue reading Bun B Bails at 9:30 Club