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Today's music has simple transitions and less artistic expression, researchers say.
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The transit agency's Arts in Transit program held auditions for MetroPerforms! Tuesday afternoon -- an occasional summertime talent showcase that began in 2007 to give singers, instrumentalists, spoken word artists and other street performers a chance to gain some exposure along the rail network.
In 1969, a little festival called Woodstock changed the way we think of outdoor concerts. Forty three years later, music festivals continue to draw thousands of attendees.
It's a legal matter, baby - one that involves 16 bands, two stages, a popular music venue and a great local charity.
For the uninitiated, that means corpse paint, leather and tons of tattoos.
Sound Bites will feature food trucks and all-you-can-eat food from 25 area restaurants. 9:30 Club co-owner Seth Hurwitz wants everyone to know that this isn't the average foodie-fest.
The Washington Jewish Music Festival is opening for more than two weeks of performances in jazz, funk, hip-hop and indie pop music.
Skip Groff, whose Yesterday and Today Records on Rockville Pike was a gathering place for music fans and musicians from 1977 to 2002, believes human interaction is the key if independent music stores can survive in a world of digital downloads.
The Kennedy Center is opening a monthlong festival featuring the classical music of Budapest, Prague and Vienna with artists from each city performing in Washington.
Melody Record Shop, which has operated in D.C. since 1977, will close shop sometime this winter.