Wednesday, September 4, 2013

D.C./Baltimore/DMV "World" Music & More Calendar September 2013

DC/Baltimore "World" Music and More- September 2013
Compiled by Steve Kiviat (extra shows added have an asterisk * next to them)

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***indie-rock and non-music stuff is at the bottom. Most sold-out shows omitted.
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Sorry this is late. Was on vacation in NYC. It’s another busy month.  RIP Marvette Perez, Smithsonian curator & singer; RIP Josh Burdette, security head 930 Club.

Thurs. 9-5- Matuto (Brazilian forro roots Dance band) with Maracatu Baque do Mangue at Tropicalia
Fri. 9-6-Osekre & the Lucky Bastards at Tropicalia (Ghanaian-American afro-punk)
Wed. 9-11-Chronixx (reggae) at Love
Fri. 9-13-P-Square at Ibiza (Nigerian r’n’b)
Fri. 9-13 & Sat 9-14- Crank & Groove: Go-go Love Story at Atlas Theatre
Sat. 9-14-Tal National (Niger ) with Janka Nabay & Bubu Gang (Sierre Leonian/DC) at Artisphere
Fri. 9-20 Bassekou Kouyate & Ngoni Ba (Mali) at Atlas Theatre
Sat. 9-28-Hand Dance & Lindy Hop at Arena Stage
Sun 9-29- Noura Mint Seymali (Mauritania) + Mamadou Kelly (Mali) + Leila Gobi (Mali) at Tropicalia
Sun 9-1

Grupo Exterminador at the Palace

24 Horas at El Boqueron 2
Mon. 9-2

Lil Margie with Jacques Johnson at Westminster Church (soul)

Tues. 9-3

Carolina Chocolate Drops with Ironing Board Sam at the Hamilton
Music Maker Benefit - $25-100

Aluna George at U St Music Hall (Brit r’n’b)  (sold out show)
Wed. 9-4
Andre Thiery (zydeco) at Blobs Park

Shigeto, and Beacon and Heathered Pearls - U St Music Hall (Ghostly records artsy electronica)

EC3 with guests including singer Laura Sosa (Brazilian, Latin-jazz) at Blues Alley at 10 pm

Les Nubians at Birchmere

Persuasions at Rams Head Annapolis

Matuto (Brazilian forro roots Dance Party) with Maracatu Baque do Mangue at Tropicalia

Fri. 9-6

Osekre & the Lucky Bastards (Ghanaian-American ska & afro-punk) at Tropicalia

Frank Reyes at Rio Cantina in Sterling, VA

Ramon Ayala at Mxl Club in Bladensburg

Pintura Rosa de Alejandro Zarate at Cebiche House

jazz bassist Christian McBride’s new incarnation of his The Movement Revisited, a four-part suite dedicated to  Rosa Parks, Malcolm X, Muhammad Ali and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. performed by his Big Band and Washington DC’s Heritage Signature Chorale with spoken word selections by special guests, including civil rights activist and artist Harry Belafonte at U of Md Clarice Smith Ctr

Alan Jackson at Merriweather Post (Country)

Elle Varner at the Howard Theatre (R’n’b)

Maggie Rose (country) at Bethesda Blues & Jazz Club

"Orey Swaram" - Mega Musical South Asian event at 7:30pm at Woodson High School
9525 Main St, Fairfax VA

Sat. 9-7

From Indonesia: simakDialog, from France: Jean Louis at 8 at Orion Studios, 2903 Whitting Ave. , Suite C, Baltimore, MD (prog-rock)

Rosslyn Jazz Fest (free) at  Gateway Park, 1300 Lee Hwy, Arlington, VA  with Ole Coltrane, featuring Poncho Sanchez and His Latin Jazz Band with special guest James Carter at 5:30;  Soul Rebels at 4 pm (New Orleans street brass); Naomi Shelton & Gospel Queens at 2:15; Kenny Rittenhouse Septet at 1

Silver Spring Jazz fest with Branford Marsalis

Anthony Hamilton and Marsha Ambrosius at Pier 6 in Baltimore (r’n’b)

El Chema at the Diamond Lounge, Annandale

Tainy at Cococabana, Hyattsville, MD

Michael Urbano at Cebiche House, Gaithersburg, MD

Darius (Iranian singer) at Strathmore

 L’Acadco Jamaican dance company for free from 6 to 7 pm at Kennedy Ctr. Millennium Stage

Sun. 9-8

Phil Wiggins & Max Ochs (Roots Cafe Singer-Songwriter Series) at An Die Musik in Baltimore

D.C. Latin Flavor Fest at Half Street Fairgrounds, 1299 Half Street, SE Washington, DC

Adams Morgan Day

Bible Way Temple Radio Choir 73rd Anniversary, 1100 New Jersey Ave. NW

Ms. Krazie at Mi Mariachi,  2715 University Blvd., Wheaton, MD

Swing Xing: Three Generations of Swing Guitar at the Hamilton in Dc with
Bucky Pizzarelli, Frank Vignola, and Vinny Raniolo

Falu (raga-rock singer) from 4:00pm to 6:00pm at New Town High School, 4931 Newtown Blvd., Owings Mills, MD

Mon. 9-9

Tues. 9-10

*Marc Anthony at Wolf Trap (salsa & Latin-pop)

Andy Statman Trio (bluegrass, jazz, klezmer) at Baltimore's Creative Alliance

Chicago Style Polkas (Polish-American style polkas) at An Die Musik in Baltimore

Joan Soriano (bachata) for free from 6 to 7 at Kennedy Ctr. Millenium Stage

Fat Trel mixtape release show at the Howard Theatre

Wed.  9-11

Chronixx & Zinc Fence Redemption at Love Nightclub, 1350 Okie St NE (reggae)

Los Texmaniacs concerts at Library of Congress (Noon) & Kennedy Center Millennium Stage (6:00 p.m. to 7 pm) Both free (rockin’ texas conjunto)

DJ Neville C of Som Records dj’ing at Tropicalia

Thurs. 9-12

Bootsy Collins at Strathmore

Baby Rasta and Gringo at Diamond Lounge, Annandale

Luis Vargas at Cococabana, Hyattsville, MD

Dirty Dozen Brass Band at the Hamilton
Fri. 9-13

Eve with Familiar Faces at Howard Theatre

P-Square (Nigerian r’n’b) at Ibiza or Love (promoter S & S entertainment)

Crank & Groove: A Go-go Love Story  with  Kato Hammond of, hiphop multi-instrumentalist Christylez Bacon; go-go author Natalie Hopkinson; rapper Black Picasso of the Poemcees, and playwright Nina Mercer telling stories about go-go plus Thomas Sayers-Ellis photography; Be’la Dona performing, Da Originalz will beat their feet, and djs Mothershiester and Zombie all at Atlas Theatre (Saturday also)

Junior Marvin at the Hamilton (reggae)

Balti Mare (Baltimore's gypsy dance band) at Tropicalia

The U. of MD's Hindu Students Council are hosting their annual Navratri Garba (with Garba/Raas and Bhangra) at the Grand Ballroom at Student Stamp Union,College Park, MD September 13th at 8:00PM  Live Music by Alaap Group, Gopi Katwala and Reaktion Entertainment's DJ Shona

North Mississippi Allstars (blues rock) at State Theater, 220 N. Washington St., Falls Church, VA

Sat. 9-14

*End of Summer Jam at  2 pm at Lamont's, 4400 Livingston Road, Pomonkey, Maryland.with Jim Bennett feat. Lady Mary, Monro Brown, Dynamic Superiors, Greg Cooper, Mousee Thompson & The James Brown Experience and more. CD Release Party for Ray Apollo Allen. Gates open at 12 Noon. 301-283-0225. (Rain or Shine.)

*Cultura Plenera presenta: Los Pleneros de la 21 ; La Maquina Insular ; Los Hijo 'e Plena (Puerto Rican bomba y plena) at The Other Barn, 5851 Robert Oliver Place, Columbia, Maryland

Patrulla 81 y el escorpion de la sierra at Diamond Lounge, Annandale

Tal National (from Niger), Janka Nabay & the Bubu Gang (DC based Sierra Leonian), and DJ Underdog (afropop) at Artisphere POSTPONED TO OCTOBER 19 DUE TO VISA ISSUES

Fusion 2013: A South Asian entertainment event with music, dance and more at the Kennedy Center Terrace Theatre at 7:30

Ustad Amjad Ali Khan, Master of Indian classical Sarod with Amaan Ali Khan and Ayaan Ali Khan at 6 pm at Shriver Hall, Johns Hopkins University- Homewood, 3400 N. Charles St. 443-854-6058

*Jason Aldean at Jiffy Lube Live

“The District: The Streets of Washington, DC 1984-1994”  photos by Michael Horsley
September 4-October 14, 2013
Sun: 1-8 pm; Sat: 1-4 pm
Opening reception Sunday September 15, 2013 5-7pm
Photoworks Gallery, Glen Echo Park
7300 MacArthur Blvd, Glen Echo, MD

Festival Chileno at 12 noon at Westland Middle School
5511 Massachusetts Ave., Bethesda, MD

32nd annual Hispanic Fest at Lane Manor Park, 7601 West Park Dr. & University Blvd.
Adelphi, MD

*Salvadorian Fest (with some non-El Salvadorian bands) at Montgomery Cty Fairgrounds with -Victor Manuelle (salsa star) ; Orquesta de los Hermanos Flores; Bachata Heightz; Marito Rivera; Rene Alonso;
La Tenchis Celiber; Luciana Sandoval; La Maquina de El Salvador; Bellas Indomables; Mr. Pelon

* The Smithsonian American Art Museum will celebrate Hispanic heritage with an afternoon of salsa music, dance demonstrations by the Eileen Torres Dancers and a salsa scavenger hunt for kids Sunday, Sept. 15, 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.  Interactive Presentation: The Structure of Salsa Music by Eileen;    Ted David y Orquesta La Leyenda (great local salsa band);  The Remembering The Palladium Dancers; Dance Class w/Eileen or Music Lessons with Band and  Two Sets of Music for Dancing

Mon. 9-16

Big Sandy & the FlyRite Boys at Jammin Java

Gad Elmaleh (French) at the Birchmere (through Wed.)

Blue Monday 7th Anniversary Jam at Westminster Church
400 I St. SW 6 to 9 pm

Thelonius Monk jazz sax finals at Kennedy Ctr.

The Evolution of Gospel, a program honoring Gospel Music icons from 8 to 10 pm  at the Kennedy Center Concert Hall for free but reserved seating tickets are required and are available from the Presenter Only. For further information or to reserve tickets, call (832) 428-8252. 

Tues. 9-17

Café Tacuba at the Fillmore (rock en Espanol de Mexico)
Wed.  9-18

*"The Legend of Cool Disco Dan" movie from 7:00pm – 10:00pm
Harrison Field (Rec. Center) V St. NW between 13th and 14th
Thurs. 9-19

Hot Club Festival Manouche (gypsy jazz a la Django Reinhardt) at An Die Musik in Baltimore

Joe Sample’s Creole Joe Band featuring Joe Sample, Ray Parker Jr., CJ Chenier at Rams Head in Annapolis

Lee Scratch Perry & guests (dub reggae) at the Howard Theatre

*"La Belle Epoque," Mark Williams dj'ing African golden age (late '50-late '70s) records(lots of Congolese likely) for free at the Marx Cafe, 3223 Mt. Pleasant St NW.  

Mint Condition (r’n’b) at Rams Head Live in Baltimore

* Composer Michael Bowie and his music ensemble Siné Qua Non, collaborating with the Alliance for New Music-Theatre, in a dance-theatre journey with Shawn Short and his dancers from the Dissonance Dance Theatre, at the Atlas Theatre Arts Centre (jazz, flamenco, hiphop, African hybrid)  (through Sept. 21st)
Fri. 9-20

Bassekou Kouyate & Ngoni Ba (Mali) at the Atlas Theatre, H St. NE

History of WMUC opening party exhibit "Saving College Radio: WMUC Past, Present and Future" put together by grad student Laura Schnitker at U. of Md. Hornbake Library
 6:30pm-8:00pm or 5:30 to 7

Shreya Ghoshal (India playback singer) at DAR Constitution Hall

Classical Indian dance performance in the Kathak style by Aditi Mangaldas, at Kennedy Center Terrace Theatre at 7:30

Soda Stereo el tributo dc at 9:00pm at Bier Baron, 1523 22nd st nw

Cassandra Wilson (jazz vocals) at Bethesda Blues & Jazz Club (and Saturday too)

Joe Sample’s Creole Joe Band featuring Joe Sample, Ray Parker Jr., CJ Chenier at the Birchmere

Garland Jeffreys at the Hamilton

Steely Dan at Jiffy Lube Live

*Farruko (Puerto Rican reggaeton artist) at the Palace

*Heathered Pearls (Ghostly records prog -electronica -orchestral at Artisphere Fridays with Andy Warhol exhibit)

* Dance performance for free from 6 to 7 at K. Ctr. Millennium Stage that features Urban Artistry with Good Foot Dance Company and Baakari Wilder. The piece investigates the origins behind the term “buck dance,” which in tap dance history is used to describe an early American percussive dance style. Drawing on a short video of buck dance taken by Thomas Edison in 1894, the dancers use the technique of freestyling to compare different dance styles in conversation
Sat. 9-21

Bluebird Blues Fest at PG Community College, 301 Largo Rd., Landover with Diunna Greenleaf, the Jewels, Phil Wiggins, Big Daddy Stallings and more

CJ Chenier & the Red Hot Louisiana Band (zydeco) at Smithsonian I American Indian Museum FREE - 5-6:30pm

*Guy Davis (bles singer/storyteller) for free from 6 to 7 at Kennedy Center Millennium Stage

Skip Mahoney & the Casuals (DC soul) at Harmony Hall Regional Center
10701 Livingston Rd. , Fort Washington, MD

Montgomery Gentry (country) after Nationals game at Nationals Park

Sisters Ranjani and Gayathri, two of India's leading Carnatic vocalists, perform at 2 at Kennedy Center Terrace Theatre

Nrityagram, one of India's leading companies of the Odissi dance style, offers Samyoga, featuring dancers Surupa Sen and Bijayini Satpathy at 7:30 pm at Kennedy Center Terrace Theatre

Richard Thompson at the Birchmere (and Sunday)

Moğollar – Old-school Turkish Psychedelic Rock Band at Tropicalia

Virgin Mobile FreeFest: Vampire Weekend, the Avett Brothers, Pretty Lights, Robin Thicke, MGMT, Kaskade, City & Colour, Icona Pop, Chvrches, the Knocks, Black Joe Lewis, Sky Ferreira, Little Green Cars, Madeon, Gareth Emery, Washed Out, Manufactured Superstars, Congorock, TJR, Ghost Beach  at Merriweather Post Pavilion

* H St NE fest daytime

* ...PRINCE RAMAS FAME FACTORY "a live installation in conjunction with Andy Warhol's Clouds" 1-6pm live, interactive & free 9pm performance 
Sun.  9-22

Fiesta DC/Festival Latino on Pennsylvania Av. & Constitution Av. Between 9th & 14th St. NW

Willie Nelson & family at Pier 6

Carnatic violinists Lalgudi Krishnan and Lalgudi Vijayalakshmi perform at 2 at Kennedy Center Terrace Theatre

Mythili Prakash, a leading performer in the new generation of international dancers, offers a classical Indian dance performance in the Bharatanatyam style
at Kennedy Center Terrace Theatre at 7:30

Bumper Jacksons (trad jazz and pre-war country) at Tropicalia

Richard Thompson at the Birchmere

Maria Schneider Orchestra at Clarice Smith Center (jazz)

Jamie Johnson (country) at the Fillmore

The Selecter (ska) at the State Theatre

Mon. 9-23

Little Royal (onetime James Brown impersonator) at Westminster Church in SW DC from 6 to 9 pm

*Vasen (Swedish Folk group) for free from 6 to 7 in the Kennedy Center Theatre Lab
Tues. 9-24

* Arifa at Kennedy Center Millennium Stage for free from 6 to 7 pm (This Holland-based quartet brings together musicians from Romania, Turkey, the Netherlands, and Germany to create music moving from traditional Turkish and Balkan sounds to jazz and classical music). 

Andrew White (jazz) at Blues Alley

Alejandro Escovedo & Shelby Lynne (An Evening of Stories & Songs) – Birchmere

Broadway musical Million Dollar Quartet returns to Kennedy Center through October 6 ( inspired by the famed recording session where Sam Phillips,brought together Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, and Carl Perkins).
Wed. 9-25

Banda Magda (French pop, South African rhythms, bossa nova, jazz) at Kennedy Center Millenium Stage, 6pm to 7 pm for Free.

Thurs. 9-26

Henry Santos (from Aventura; bachata) at Howard Theatre POSTPONED

Garland Jeffries at the Hamilton

Julia Holter at R’n’roll Hotel (Laurie Anderson-like art rock)

NSO Pops: jazz horn player Wayne Shorter 80th Birthday Celebration with the Wayne Shorter Quartet and special guest Esperanza Spalding / Vince Mendoza, conductor at the Kennedy Center

*Mike Stinson (neo-honky-tonk) at Club 1919 in Baltimore

*Mobb Deep and God'silla and more (old-school rap mostly) at Liv
Fri. 9-27

Jimmy Cliff at Howard Theatre (reggae)

*White Mandingos (with Daryl from Bad Brains, Murs & Sacha Jenkins) at U St. Music Hall at 7 (rock)

Corey Harris, Phil Wiggins, Senegal's Amadou Kouyate at Baltimore's Creative Alliance

Khaled, goatFISH & Playground Etiquette at The WindUp Space, 10 W. North Ave, Baltimore.
Khaled combines hard rock, Spanish style guitar and Middle Eastern music elements. goatFISH is Sahffi (neo-alternative folk artist from Maryland) and Mosno (desert rocker from Sudan)

Maria Juana at Diamond Lounge, Annandale, VA

Tego Calderon (reggaeton) at Cococabana, Hyattsville, MD

Karlos Rose at the Palace, Rt. 1 South /Jeff Davis Hway, Woodbridge, VA

National Heritage Awards Concert (free but get Tickets) at Lisner  8pm - w/ Sheila Kay Adams (Ballad Singer), Ralph Burns (Storyteller), Veronica Castillo (ceramicist), Shemus Connolly (Irish Fiddler), Nicolae Feraru (Cimbalom player), Carol Fran (Swamp Blues), Pauline Hillaire (Lummi Tribe traditions), David Ivey (sakred Harp singer), Ramon "Chunky" Sahnchez (Chicano musician

*Mike Stinson (neo-honky-tonk) at Hill Country Barbeque in NW DC

* Viramondo-Movie doc about Brazilian singing great Gilberto Gil as part of AFI Latino Film Fest  at 5 pm at the AFI Silver Theatre on the 27th,28th & 30th

* Montez du Durango at El Boqueron II, (duranguese)

* Los Ecos (from Peru) at El Carbonazo Sabor y Rumba, 9627 Lost Knife Rd
Gaithersburg, MD
Sat. 9-28

* Caribbean Music and Arts festival with 28 countries involved and featuring Peetah Morgan of roots reggae band Morgan Heritage plus Sprangi International djs and stilt walkers, at Freedom Plaza,
12pm – 7pm at 1455 Pennsylvania Ave. NW, DC

* Russell Thompkins & his New Stylistics; the Chi-Lites; Ray Goodman & Brown; the Intruders at the Warner Theatre

*Jano (ethiopian rock band) at Ibiza in DC

Hispanic Heritage Celebration noon to 5 at Mount Rainier nature and Recreation Center
4701 31st Pl., Mount Rainier , MD

CANCELLED--Rock the Bells rap Fest at RFK Stadium Parking Lot (Sunday also) with Joey Bada$$ , Pro Era, Juicy J, Jurassic 5, Kid Cudi, Krs-one, Lecrae Logic, Mimosa Prof, Pusha T ,Rakim ,Rapsody & 9th Wonder, Ratking ,Riff Raff, Sean Price, Slick Rick & Doug E. Fresh, Snow Tha Product Smoke Dza, Stalley, Supernatural Talib Kweli, Tech N9ne ,The Internet ,Tyler the Creator, Wale, Wu-tang Clan ,Young Dirty Bastard.  Wu-Tang Clan with Virtual ODB, Wale, Talib Kweli and Big KRIT, among others definitely on Sat. 11 a.m

Metro Mambo 1:00pm to 4:00pm with salsa band  La Leyenda and  Tito Puente’s biographer Joe Conzo  and host WPFW dj Jim Byers at the Smithsonian Anacostia Community Museum  1901 Fort Place SE, Washington DC.  Joe will bring and play  unreleased music from old reel-to-reel tapes from the 1950’s – 60s.  Then, of course, La Leyenda closes out the last hour with live music for dancing. 

A Moving Sound (Taiwanese avant-pop) for free from 6 to 7 pm at the Kennedy Ctr. Millennium Stage

The National Hand Dance Association presents
"Hand Dance and Lindy Hop: The Evolution of a DC Tradition" at Arena Stage, 1101 6th St. SW from 11 am to 6 pm. This event will bring together the pioneers of the original Lindy Hop who danced at the historic Savoy Ballroom from the 1930s until its closing in 1958 with legends in Hand Dance (the Official Dance of the District of Columbia) Lindy Legends include Norma Miller (the Queen of Swing), George Sullivan, Sugar Sullivan and Sonny Allen.  The day's activities include a panel discussion, hand Dance and Lindy Hop basic lessons, dance demonstrations, a swing jam session and hand dancing. The event begins with a Flash Mob Hand Dance and Swing Dance outside of the Arena Stage at 11:00 a.m.  FREE

Sidi Touré (Malian guitarist) at Artisphere

*"DANCE MILKHA DANCE" Bollywood Dance Party  at 10:00 PM at PANACHE DC, 1725 Desales St NW, (Across from the historic Mayflower Hotel)

Kollaboration DC at 7 pm at Lisner is an annual Asian & Pacific Islander American Talent Competition and Showcase

Wailin’ Jennys at Birchmere (Canadian roots group) (Monday too)

* * Viramondo-Movie doc about Brazilian singing great Gilberto Gil as part of AFI Latino Film Fest  at 5 pm at the AFI Silver Theatre on the 27th,28th & 30th

* Chris Knight (Country) at Hill Country Bbque NW D.C.

*Latin dance with DC Casineros, Furia Flamenca, and Maru Montero Dance Company. Nego Gato Afro Brazilian Music and Dance Ensemble presents the dance and music of Bahia, Brazil and the Duende Quartet keep things smooth with their hallmark blend of Latin jazz and 60’s Blue Note cool. at Atlas Theatre at 8

*Nuit Blanche DC at Wonder Bread Factory 641 St NW (Art night DC from 8 to 3 am with music, art, video)
Sun. 9-29

Noura Mint Seymali (Mauritania) + Mamadou Kelly (Mali) + Leila Gobi (Mali) at Tropicalia

*Turkish Festival 11 am to 7 pm with Turkish music, dance and food and coffee at
Freedom Plaza, 1455 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, DC

* CANCELLED-Rock the Bells Day 2 at RFK parking lot with Kendrick Lamar, Danny Brown, Bone Thugs-N-Harmony with Virtual Eazy-E and Joey Bada$$. 11 a.m. on

Gerald Alston, ( "Kiss and Say Goodbye" ) at The Eclipse Night Club at 6 pm. Tickets are $40. (r’n’b)

Earth, Wind & Fire at the Warner Theatre (r’n’b)

*Day in the Country at Meriweather Post -sold out-- Gary Allan, Florida Georgia Line, Maggie rose & more

* *Latin dance with DC Casineros, Furia Flamenca, and Maru Montero Dance Company. Nego Gato Afro Brazilian Music and Dance Ensemble presents the dance and music of Bahia, Brazil and the Duende Quartet keep things smooth with their hallmark blend of Latin jazz and 60’s Blue Note cool. at Atlas Theatre at 4
Mon. 9-30

Wailin’ Jennys at Birchmere (Canadian roots group)

** Viramondo-Movie doc about Brazilian singing great Gilberto Gil as part of AFI Latino Film Fest  at 5 pm at the AFI Silver Theatre on the 27th,28th & 30th

*Chali 2na (Jurassic 5 fame) at Tropicalia (old-school rap)

Tues. 10-1

*Michael Rose with Sly & Robbie at the Howard Theatre (classic reggae from former Black Uhuru singer with rhythm section)

Yeni Turku from Turkey at Tropicalia
Other cool stuff (mostly indie-rock): 9-4-No Age @ Floristree,405 West Franklin St, Baltimore, MD;  9-7-Julie Ruin @ Black Cat; 9-8-Spiritualized @ 930 Club; 9-9-Blondie & X @ 930 Club;  9-10-Glen Tillbrook (from Squeeze) @ Rams Head Annapolis; Peru Ubu @Rock n Roll Hotel; Richards Young @ Bl. Cat; Savages @ 930 Club; 9-11-Glen Tillbrook @ Jammin Java; 9-12-Angry Samoans @ Sidebar Tavern; 9-13- Gray Matter, Girls Against Boys (with David Yow), Ted Leo, the Shirks, the Max Levine Ensemble, and DJ Alec MacKaye @ Black Cat (Black Cat 20th Anniversary Party)  9-14- Shudder to Think, Tuscadero, New Wet Kojak, Mary Timony & Nathan Larson, and Coup Sauvage & the Snips @ Black Cat ; 9-16-Flag & TSOL @ Balt. Soundstage;  Youth Lagoon @ 930;9-17-Screaming Females & Waxahatchie @ Bl. Cat; 9-18-D.O.A. @ Black Cat;  9-20 Boister, J. Robbins at Baltimore's Creative Alliance; 9-21-Deerhunter; Crystal Stilts @ 930 Club; *9-22-Terry Malts @ DC9; 9-26 Rupert's Freaky Folk Night at Baltimore's Creative Alliance; *9-28 Legendary Pink Dots @ Uhall; 9-29-Superchunk @ 930Club; Quintron & Ms Pussycat @Comet; 9-30-Atoms for Peace @ Patriot Ctr.



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