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Posts Tagged ‘Andrea Wood’
Thursday, August 15
The gifted vocalist and D.C. native Andrea Wood is intermittently popular in my house. That's because this spring, Wood performed her graduate recital at Manhattan School of Music, and it featured her own jazzy interpretation of Carly Rae Jepsen's hit "Call Me Maybe"—a favorite of my 3-year-old daughter. Sometimes she likes this version, [...]
Just a reminder: Step into your local coffee shop/pub/diner/yogurt shop/furniture store/cupcake joint/ramen shack today, and you just might hear some local tunes. It's Local Music Day, which means a bunch of businesses are playing whole albums by eight D.C. acts. Those would be: singer/songwriter René Moffatt, reggae duo See-I (reviewed in WCP!), rockers Modern Man, U.S. Royalty (reviewed in WCP!), and Deleted [...]
Thursday, April 21
A month shy of her 24th birthday, DC's Andrea Wood has a smallish, wiry frame that can't possibly contain the robust, supple voice she exhibits on her debut CD, Dhyana. Her range is uncanny: She's got flawless rhythm (in terms of the beat and the Portuguese syllables she enunciates) on the bossa tune [...]
Victim's Mother Wants Club Closed: The mother of George Cooper, a 25-year-old Washington man who was fatally stabbed at the CFE Events Center in Forestville last year, wants the venue closed, TBD's Sarah Godfrey reports. Tracy Cooper, who earlier this year sued the club and Prince George's County in a wrongful death suit, is leading a [...]