One of the richest men in Washington — Caps owner Ted Leonsis — has tweeted he would like to host a reunion show by D.C. band Fugazi and make a “major donation” to charity.
A recreated album cover raised hope that iconic D.C. punk band Minor Threat might be reuniting.
As a teenager in the 1980s, Anna Connolly was a founding member of D.C.’s hardcore punk scene. Now, as a mother with two teenage sons, she’s finally releasing her first record.
Almost 40 years ago, an iconic record store on Rockville Pike opened its doors, becoming a mecca for area music fans and musicians.
A new documentary tells the story of the time when a skating ramp in Centreville, Virginia, was an underground mecca for skaters and music fans.
The nomination of Bad Brains for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is “surreal,” to one of D.C.’s founding fathers of hard-core punk.
Popular D.C. punk rocker John Stabb has died after a four-month battle with stomach cancer, at 54.
WASHINGTON – Few things in Vic Chesnutt’s life occurred without struggle. Chesnutt’s insightful, often autobiographical songs about vulnerability and mortality never attained huge commercial success, but earned praise and respect from fans, fellow musicians, and…
For many music fans, being at a concert is more than listening to the band. They share photos and videos on social media. Others think it\’s time to put down the phone.
While Washington journalists and A-list celebrities including Lindsay Lohan and Kim Kardashian were primping, tweeting, and writing about the White House Correspondents\’ Dinner, a far more exclusive gathering took place — a surprise 50th birthday party for D.C. hardcore punk pioneer Ian MacKaye.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.