Posts Tagged ‘feedel band’

ToDo ToDay: Go-Go Symphony, Samba Mapangala, and Grogan Social Scene

Combining disparate items is a hit-or-miss prospect. Tonight, Capital City Symphony fuses two conflicting musical genres that just might yield something beautiful: classical music and go-go. It’s called, simply, the Go-Go Symphony, a performance that marries the instrumentation of a full orchestra with the syncopated beats and live dancers of go-go. Conductor John Devlin will [...]

ToDo ToDay: Jon B, Moneytown, Aster Aweke, and Modern Moves Festival

After spending the early ’90s penning R&B hits for big names including Michael Jackson, Jon B broke out in 1995 with his debut album, Bonafide. His third effort, 2001’s Pleasures U Like, included “Calling On You,” which Drake sampled a decade later on the nostalgic “Cameras.” The Drizzy shout-out gave B a bump in time [...]

ToDo ToDay: The Feedel Band, New Belgium Beers, and Italian Glam Rock

Since 1997 the Éthiopiques series has made Ethiopian music a hipster obsession, exposing jazz heads and rockists to the jazzy funkiness that emanated from East Africa in the ’60s and ’70s. Tonight, local listeners get a chance to hear a sliver of those tunes live in a performance by D.C.’s The Feedel Band. The group features saxophonist [...]

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