It’s been seven years since the death of “The Godfather of Go-Go” Chuck Brown. Listen again as he remembers a turning point in his career.
Tommy Keene, whose 1984 hit “Places That Are Gone” established the Bethesda-born singer-songwriter as one of new wave’s most promising stars, has died at 59.
Tommy Keene may be power pop\’s best kept secret. Originally from D.C., Keene gained some notoriety in the 1980s with a major-label contract, and has since continued to release excellent albums. His most recent effort, \”Excitement at Your Feet,\” is a covers album featuring songs by the Who, Donovan, Mink DeVille, and Guided By Voices.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.