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Weekend Music Roundup: Jakob Dylan, Amanda Blank, The Tallest Man on Earth, and More




  • Tim Be Told, Omar of Crash Boom Bang. IOTA Club & Cafe. $12.
  • Municipal Waste, Toxic Holocaust. Black Anvil. Rock and Roll Hotel. $12.
  • Casiotone for the Painfully Alone, Magical Beautiful. Black Cat backstage. $10.
  • The Clark Sisters. Kennedy Center Millennium Stage. Free.
  • Anais Mitchell and the Hadestown Orchestra, Michael Chorney Sextet. Jammin Java. $15.
  • The RLC Explosion, Gomorrah, Zero Shift, Streaking on Seneca, Radamanthys, The Bourbon Devils, Failing the Fallen, Silence the Blind, The 6th Degree, Touching Elbows, Histrionic Witch. Jaxx. $8 in advance, $10 day of.
  • Dosh, White Hinterland, Andrew Black and Malari Moore. DC9. $10 in advance, $12 day of. 18+.
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  • Stevek

    Even more ideas:

    Fri. April 23-

    Hector Acosta "El Torito" (Dominican merengue) at El Boqueron II, 1330 East Gude Drive, Rockville, MD

    "Made in Hungaria" at 9 at the Avalon(an early 60s Hungarian who had visited the west returns and teaches his peers about rock in this romantic-comedy) (also Sat. at 9)

    Gospel Across America (through 4-25 with many artists) tonight featuring The Sweet Heaven Kings—a 16-member gospel brass and percussion band from Anacostia's United House of Prayer—and the Todd Ledbetter Gospel Jazz Quartet—led by the veteran jazz saxophonist—use their instruments as unique and powerful "voices." for free from 6 to 7 (and streamed) at the Kennedy Ctr. Mill. Stage

    "Falla and Flamenco" (the D.C. premiere of a stage work with music from the late Manuel de Falla and choreography from Spanish choreographer Ramon Oller) with 13 dancers (Spain and NYC)and a 16-piece orchestra, D.C.'s own Post-Classical Ensemble at 7:30 at the Sidney Harmon Hall 610 F Street NW

    Sat. April 24

    Gospel Across America (through 4-25 with many artists) tonight featuring WPAS Children of the Gospel Choir and Youthful Praise for free from 6 to 7 (and streamed) at the Kennedy Ctr. Mill. Stage

    Charlie Wilson (r'n'b) with Chuck Brown at DAR Constitution Hall

    Dafnis Prieto Quartet (NY based Cuban jazz player and band)with Christian Howes on violin, a Library of Congress presentation at the Atlas Center, H st. NE with pre-show interview by Larry Appelbaum. FREE

    Southern Maryland Celtic Festival & Highland Gathering 2:00 to 2:45 p.m., Glen Stage , (Festival runs 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., rain or shine) Ocean Quartet (Jennifer Cutting, Grace Griffith, Tim Carey, Glyn Collinson) With Special Guest Steve Winick at Jefferson Patterson Park, St. Leonard, MD

    Garage Boyz Say "We Palancin" at their DC Carnival Band Launching Fete, 10PM, from Trinidad & Tobago DJ Brian Regis, Garage Boyz DJ's, Andy Mix & Shiloh International at De Island Loft, 4th & Penn Streets NE, Washington D.C. (1 Blk off New York & Fla Aves)