It’s been called the de-facto source for all things go-go. A documentary tells the story of D.C.-based TMOTTGoGo magazine, more than 20 years later.
A Maryland man who was found in a Southwest house with multiple stab wounds was a go-go music pioneer.
On Saturday, a celebration for D.C. music icon Chuck Brown and his would-be 81st birthday took place at a park that’s named in his honor.
In a Northeast D.C. park named in Chuck Brown’s honor, music lovers and residents paid tribute to the genre innovator Saturday.
On Chuck Brown Day in D.C., in honor of the Godfather of Go Go, hundreds made their way to a Northeast neighborhood to see the new memorial to the musician.
Now in its 10th year, the DC Jazz Festival has brought the world\’s best musicians to the nation\’s capital. Organizers have ambitious plans for this year\’s multi-day event, which begins this week.
Kathy Valentine, former bassist and songwriter for the Go-Go\’s, sued her former bandmates, claiming the band schemed to force her out of the group to deprive her of her 20 percent share of the band\’s revenues.
One year after the passing of Chuck Brown, the godfather of go-go\’s legend and music lives on.
Belinda Carlisle talks with WTOP about venturing back into pop music and touring with The Go-Go\’s.
WTOP\’s Neal Augenstein caught up with Chuck Brown five years ago. He remembers that meeting in this first-person account.
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