The Hatchet caught up with McKee to talk about music and the internet, jamming with Prince and topping himself with new EPs.
The British electro-soul singer performed alongside two bandmates in front of a sold-out audience at the 9:30 Club, his conversational style between songs adding warmth to a show filled with moody overtones.
Adorned in vibrant costumes, hundreds of concert-goers packed 9:30 Club for Fitz and the Tantrums’ sold out show Thursday night.
The Idan Raichel Project’s global sound was on full display at Lisner Auditorium Tuesday night, where the hyped-up ten-piece band played to an energized crowd that was more than happy to stand up and dance.
Slade got personal with the audience right away, spontaneously jumping from the stage into the center aisle within the first fifteen minutes of the concert. Students plunged into the aisle, much to the dismay of the security guards, screaming and even attempting to take photos with the singer.
The Hatchet spoke with actors Chris VanArtsdalen, Dave Ferguson and Jefferson Dutton about their comedic process, Steve Jobs and working with Odenkirk.
Your parents might not know what a Skrillex is or what twerking entails, but there’s not as much musical distance between you and your folks as you might think. Here are three concerts across the city during Colonials Weekend that you should you shouldn’t feel awkward dragging your parents to.
The government shutdown has stomped out the promise of your family’s long-planned jaunt through the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History and the photo-op with the Lincoln Memorial. Thankfully, not everything in this town relies on federal dollars to keep the lights on.
In April 2000, the University was overturned when nearly 10,000 protesters swarmed the city during the Washington A16 rallies against the IMF.
If part one of “The 20/20 Experience” was Justin Timberlake’s suave and sophisticated gala, part two is the sexy, seductive after party, and we’re all invited.