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Arts & Events Chat Archives
Read the full archives of all our Arts & Events chats with bands, bartenders, artists, and more.
We lined-up a roundtable with three local talent bookers—Daniel Brindley of Jammin’ Java, Vicki Savoula of the Black Cat and Steve Lambert of the Rock and Roll Hotel, DC9 and the Red and the Black. They discussed their start as talent agents and told us who their favorite—and least favorite—bands are to work with.
We’ve invited two of our favorite Washington fashion bloggers Rachel Cothran and Betsy Lowther in for a chat on all things fashion and shopping on Friday, May 16, at 3 PM.
Remember when we were blown away by a few DC bands who played down at the South by Southwest music festival in Austin, Texas? We’ll, we snagged those very same bands to come into Washingtonian.com and do a live chat with us (and you!). Jukebox the Ghost, These United States, and Le Loup (or members thereof) took your questions about all things music.
On Friday, May 2,Travis Morrison will join us for an online chat at 11 AM. He plays at the Black Cat May 3.
Remember when we were blown away by a few DC bands who played down at the South by Southwest music festival in Austin, Texas? We’ll, we’ve snagged those very same bands to come into Washingtonian.com and do a live chat with us (and you!). Jukebox the Ghost, These United States, and Le Loup (or members thereof) will take your questions on Monday, April 28, at 2 PM.
On Wednesday, April 23, Nick Stumpf of the band French Kicks will join us for an online chat. The band plays at the Rock and Roll Hotel April 24, and the show is a homecoming of sorts for Stumpf and his brother and bassist Lawrence, who are originally from the area. Stumpf will answer any questions you have about the band, its unique experimental pop sound, its latest album, and more.
Standup Comic Aaron Karo, who’s performing at the 9:30 Club this week, chats with us at noon on Wednesday, April 16. Submit your questions now.
Englert, who’s been opening and running bars for more than two decades and is often credited as a pioneer in the revitalization of U Street, will discuss his recent string of offbeat bars in Northeast DC’s Atlas District and his take on the city’s nightlife.
Local band Georgie James chatted with us about touring, the local music scene, and their album, Places, a vibrant collection of indie pop tracks. Read on for more.