The Zombies' positive messages and unique take on life combined with their masterful musical abilities has shot them from rapping in small basement studios in Brooklyn to performing at venues like Coachella.
They are part of the new hip-hop movement which is focused on returning rap to its golden age of great lyricists and great beats that are reminiscent of soul instead of electronic music. Although they are not part of mainstream music, most have had international tours and are gaining deserved popularity every day.
These are all popular artists whose concerts are sure to put you in a better mood. Whether you like the music or you do not know the musicians too well, the concert atmosphere is sure to put you in a good frame of mind. Keep reading if you are interested in attending shows at Merriweather Post Pavilion, the Verizon Center or Jiffy Lube Live.
The Silver Spring Fillmore has encountered contract dilemmas for failing to meet Montgomery County requirements. If the venue is unable to resolve these issues, then its future in Silver Spring remains uncertain.
It may not be June yet, but with APs and prom over and seniors leaving this week, it's not too early to start thinking about summer. For those of you who plan on enjoying any live music during the sunniest season of the year, combing through the countless artists performing in the D.C. area can be daunting. Fortunately, your friendly neighborhood school newspaper has taken the time to sift through the masses and find a few local acts that we think Blazers will love. Enjoy!
The newest Fillmore music hall opened in Downtown Silver Spring on Thursday September 15, attracting crowds from across Montgomery and the D.C. region. The venue, which is the sixth Fillmore venue to open in the country, sold out its inaugural concert with R&B singer Mary J. Blige. A variety of bands and performers are scheduled to perform at the Fillmore, including Joe Jonas, Blue October, J. Cole and deadmau5. Artists of a variety of genres will make appearances at the Fillmore, from metal to rap.
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