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D.C. is always home to more concerts than you could possibly write about. Here are some of the season’s highlights.

Barns at Wolf Trap
1645 Trap Rd.
Vienna, Va. 22182

Spring highlights:

Antares -March 19

Jeri Sager – March 20

HAPA -March 23-24

Bastianello & Lucrezia -March 26

John Eaton -March 27

Shemekia Copeland -March 28

Richard Marx and Matt Scannell -April 6

Ruthie Foster and John Hammond -April 7

Moya Brennan -April 8

Los Angeles Guitar Quartet -April 9

Julie Murphy Wells -April 10

The Bad Plus -April 13

Livingston Taylor -April 15-16

Luke Brindley -April 22

Lucy Kaplansky -April 23

Buskin & Batteau -April 24

The Bobs -April 28

John McCutcheon -April 29

Bonnie Rideout -April 30

For more information: 703-255-1900 or

Black Cat
1811 14th St. N.W.
Washington D.C. 20009

Spring highlights:

Black Lips, Box Elders, The Vermilions -March 19

Close to the Edge featuring DJ Dredd -March 19

Fruit Bats, Blue Giant, The Singleman Affair -March 20

Right Round featuring DJ lilíe -March 20

Magik Markers, Buildings -March 21

The Ruby Suns, Toro y Moi -March 24

Jukebox The Ghost, Tally Hall, Skybox -March 25

The Saturday Night Dance Party -March 27

The So So Glos, The Pharmacy -March 28

The Smith Westerns, So Cow, The Cheniers -April 1

Sorted with DJ Stereo Faith -April 2

HomoSonic -April 4

Tim Barry, Red Clay River -April 5

Exit Clov, Gringo Star -April 8

High on Fire, Priestess, Black Cobra, Bison B.C. -April 11

Freddie T & The People, Brandon Bulter -April 12

Shortstack, Birds of Avalon, Suns of Guns -April 16

Ugly Purple Sweater, La Strada, Lucia Lucia -April 20

Bitch -April 29

Echo & The Bunnymen -April 30

These United States, The Mother Hips -May 15

Thee Silver Mt Zion Memorial Orchestra -May 19

For more information: 202-667-4490 or

Blues Alley
1073 Wisconsin Ave. N.W.
Washington D.C. 20007

Spring highlights:

Earl Klugh -March 20

Swing Shift -March 21

Sherrie Maricle & The Diva Jazz Trio -March 22

Gregg Karukas -March 23

Nicole Henry -March 24

Stanley Jordan -March 28

The Outer Bridge Ensemble -March 29

Dan Leonard -April 6

Dani Cortaza -April 7

Bucky Pizzarelli -April 8-10

James Madison High School Band -April 11

Richard Montgomery High School -April 12

Columbia Jazz Band -April 12

The Dave Brubeck Quartet -April 16-18

The World Famous Count Basie Orchestra -April 20-25

Yellowjackets -May 6-8

Teri S -May 12

Larry Coryell Power Trio -May 13-16

Marcus Young -May 18

Spyro Gyra -May 20-23

John Eaton -May 25

For more information: 703-549-7500 or

DAR Constitution Hall
1776 D St., N.W.
Washington D.C. 20006

Spring highlights:

Fresh Fest with Salt-N-Pepa -March 20

The Moody Blues -March 26

Vampire Weekend -April 3

Phoenix -April 26

For more information: 202-628-1776 or

1940 Ninth St. N.W.
Washington D.C. 20009

Spring highlights:

Bonjour, Ganesh! -March 20

Barefoot Truth -March 21

My Disco -March 23

Miles Kurosky of Beulah -March 24

Natalia Clavier -March 27

A Sunny Day In Glasgow -March 28

today the moon, tomorrow the sun -March 29

The Appleseed Cast -April 13

The Mary Onettes -April 20

The Points -April 22

Nouveau Riche -April 24

Captured! By Robots -May 4

Eluvium -May 17

For more information: 202-483-5000 or

DC Center
1810 14th St. N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20009

Tom Goss Live: Launching his new Marriage Equality EP Politics of Love -April 1

For more information: 202-682-2245 or

Folger Elizabethan Theatre
201 East Capitol St., S.E.
Washington D.C. 20003

Spring highlights:

Ballets and Brawls: French Music of Court and Countryside -March 19-March 21

A Musical Banquet: Songs for Lute, Voice and Viol -April 9-April 11

For more information: 202-544-7077 or

GMU Center For The Arts
4373 Mason Pond Dr.
Fairfax, VA 22030

Spring highlights:

Schleswig-Holstein Festival Orchestra with Lang Lang -April 3

GMU Percussion Ensemble Concert -April 6

GMU Chamber Orchestra -April 13

Academy of St. Martin in the Fields -April 23-25

GMU Wind Symphony and Symphonic Band Spring Concert -April 27

Flutopia Flute Choir -May 4

For more information: 888-945-2468 or

Iota Restaurant & Bar
2832 Wilson Blvd
Arlington, VA 22201

Spring highlights:

Tom McBride and the Whig Party -March 19

Dead Heart Bloom with Aaron Thompson -March 20

David Ford -March 21

Amy Sullivan and the Whiskey Darlings -March 22

Justin Trawick -April 2

The U-Liners -April 3

El Ten Eleven -April 6

Caravan of Thieves -April 8

The Walkaways -April 24

Red Elvises -May 1

For more information: 703-522-8340 or

Jammin’ Java
227 Maple Ave. E.
Vienna, VA 22180

Spring highlights:

Steve Forbert -March 19

Dreaming of Eden + The Chuck Shaffer Picture Show -March 19

Al Petteway and Amy White -March 21

Collective Change – Haiti Benefit Concert -March 23

Jim Weiderís Project Percolator -March 24

The Hint -March 26

Sara Borges and the Broken Singles -March 26

Bill Emerson and Sweet Dixie Band -March 28

Army of Me -March 28

Pierre Bensusan -March 31

Benjy Davis Project -April 1

DC101ís Last Band Standing -April 6, April 13, April 21, April 27

Sara Watkins -April 20

Adrian Belew -April 22

Faze Electro Dance Party with Menya and Ypset and Santi -April 24

Graham Parker and the Figgs -May 1

Michelle Shocked -May 7

Boys Will Be Boys -May 8

Aqualung -May 9

Dan Navarro -May 14

Crash Test Dummies -May 16

For more information: 703-255-1566 or

Kennedy Center
2700 F St. N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20566

Spring highlights:

The Washington Chorus performs Mozartís Requiem -March 26, Concert Hall

Vocal Arts Society: America Sings Festival Showcase -April 10, Concert Hall

Marietta Simpson -April 21, Concert Hall

Gospel Across America Special -April 24, Concert Hall

Escher Quartet -April 26, Concert Hall

Barbara Cookís Broadway Spotlight: Laura Benanti -April 30, Terrace

Vocal Arts Society: Christine Brewer and Craig Rutenberg -May 7, Concert Hall

Jennifer Koh and Reiko Uchida -May 9, Concert Hall

Mary Lou Williams Women in Jazz Festival -May 20-May 22, Terrace

For more information: 202-467-4600 or

Lisner Auditorium
730 21st St., N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20052

Spring highlights:

Grease: The Gay Men’s Chourus of Washington presents a fully staged, all-male production of thie Broadway musical -March 19 thru March 21

Angelique Kidjo -March 27

Caetano Veloso -April 10

Rokia Traore -April 11

Time Machine -Mashina Vremeni -April 13

Music from the Crooked Road: Mountain Music of Virginia -April 16

Joe Bonamassa -April 23

Baaba Maal -April 29

The Fab Faux -May 22

For more information: 202-994-6800 or

The Library of Congress-Thomas Jefferson Building
10 First St. S.E.
Washington, D.C. 20003

Spring highlights:

Jean-Guihen Queyras and Alexandre Tharaud -March 12

Curtis Contemporary Music Ensemble -March 15

Voces Intimae -March 26

Juilliard String Quartet -April 9

Henschel Quartet -April 14

Alexander String Quartet, Afiara String Quartet -April 16

Jack Quartet -April 30

Woodley Ensemble -May 14

Ensemble Caprice -May 28

Mahan Esfahani -May 29

For more information: 202-707-8000 or

Lyric Opera House
140 West Mount Royal Ave.
Baltimore, Md. 21201

Spring highlights:

Norah Jones -March 30

David Gray -March 31

Angie Stone and Leela James -April 17

For more information: 410-685-5086 or

Merriweather Post Pavilion
10475 Little Patuxent Parkway
Columbia, MD 21044

Spring highlights:

My Morning Jacket -May 1

Sugarland -May 16

The Bamboozle Roadshow featuring All Time Low and Boys Like Girls -May 21

For more information: 800-551-SEAT or

Music Center at Strathmore
5301 Tuckerman Lane
North Bethesda, MD 20852

Spring highlights:

The Celtic Tenors -March 12

Ari Allal -March 24

Naomi Kudo -March 25

US Royalty with DJ Will Eastman -March 26

Tom Wopat -March 28

David Garrett -March 31

E.M. Spencer -April 2

Sezen Aksu -April 4

Gato & the Palenke Music Co. -April 9

George Winston, A Solo Piano Concert -April 9

Romeo and Julia Koren -April 13

Songs of the Earth: Celebrating the 40th Anniversary of Earth Day -April 23

Patti LuPone presents ìThe Gypsy in my Soulî for Strathmoreís 2010 Spring Gala -April 24

Nancy Wilson -May 7

An Evening with Rosanne Cash and Mark OíConnor -May 8

For more information: 301-581-5100 or

National Philharmonic-Music Center at Strathmore
5301 Tuckerman Lane
North Bethesda, MD 20852

Spring highlights:

All Brahms -March 20, March 21

Brahms Requiem -March 27

From Mozart to Mahler -April 17, April 18

Vivaldiís Gloria -May 1

The Polish Masters and Schumann -May 22

For more information: 301-493-9283 or

Ram’s Head Live
20 Market Place
Baltimore, MD 21202

Spring highlights:

Charm City Devils -March 19

Mat Kearney & Ingrid Michaelson -March 20

Ben Folds -March 24

Mr. Greengenes -March 26

Julian Casablancas -March 28

The Fabulous Thunderbirds -March 31

The Big Pink with A Place To Bury Strangers -April 1

Artic Monkeys -April 7

Bone Thugs-N-Harmony -April 8

Steel Panther -April 9

Hotspur -April 10

2U: U2 tribute band -April 17

Mastodon -April 20

Jakob Dylan and Three Legs -April 22

Josh Gracin -April 23

Gogol Bordello -April 29-30

Who ís Bad: A Michael Jackson Tribute Band -May 1

Charlie Mars -May 12

Get the Led Out -May 15

For more information: 410-244-1131 or

Ram’s Head on Stage
33 West St.
Annapolis, MD 21401

Spring highlights:

Eddie from Ohio -March 19-20

The Machine Unplugged -March 20

Amos Lee -March 20

Celtic Crossroads -March 21

HAPA -March 22

Ledisi -March 27

Tower of Power -March 28

Alice Smith -March 31

Pat McGee -April 1

Rhett Miller -April 3

Keith Emerson & Greg Lake -April 5

Christopher Cross -April 10

Joan Osborne -April 11

Gary Wright -April 15

Sonny Landreth -April 16

Lalah Hathaway -April 18

Swing Out Sister -April 20

Ambrosia -April 21

Colin Hay -April 25

The Church -April 27

Mick Taylor -May 6

Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings -May 7

Sia -May 8

Chris Botti -May 10-11

Vonda Shepard -May 12

Phil Vassar -May 14-15

Beth Nielsen Chapman -May 24

Toad the Wet Sprocket -May 29

For more information: 410-268-4545 or

Rock & Roll Hotel
1353 H St. N.E.
Washington, D.C. 20002

Spring highlights:

Junior League Band -March 19

Epic Dance Party with DJ Doc Rok -March 19

Garutachi with DJ Austin and DJ Ca$$idy -March 20

Bio Ritmo -March 20

Solar Powered Sun Destroyer -March 25

Shearwater, Wye Oak and Hospital Ships -March 26

Woods, Real Estate, Surf City -March 27

Japandroids, Love Is All, Tennis System -March 29

Gang Gang Dance, Highlife -March 30

Rattler -April 3

100 Monkeys -April 7

Pants Velour, Fuzzy G, The Canon Logic -April 10

ThíLegendary Shack*Shakers -April 13

Liars, Fol Chen -April 14

Trams Am, Nice Nice, Jonas Reinhardt -April 15

Mixtape -April 17

The Apples In Stereo -April 18

The Blue Line, Poor But Sexy, Drunk Tigers -April 23

Amanda Blank -April 24

Free Lobster Buffet -April 30

The Album Leaf, Sea Wolf -May 4

Imperial China -May 7

Patrick Wilson, Dovemen -May 8

Caribou, Toro Y Moi -May 10

Greg Laswell -May 24

Cobra Collective, Death by Sexy, Dead Heart Bloom -May 28

Black Dog Prowl -May 29

For more information: 202-388-ROCK or

The Birchmere
3701 Mt. Vernon Ave.
Alexandria, VA 22305

Spring highlights:

Average White Band -March 19-20

David Wilcox & Patty Larkin -March 21

Jonathan Butler -March 23

Carrie Newcomer & Peter Mayer -March 25

Jonatha Brooke & Lori McKenna -March 26

Ashford & Simpson -March 27

Anuhea & The Green -March 29

Bob Schneider -March 30

Robert Earl Keen -March 31

Keller Williams -April 2

Vivian Green -April 5

Keith Emerson & Greg Lake -April 6

Lizz Wright -April 7

Joan Osborne -April 8

Christopher Cross -April 9

Fourplay -April 12

Todd Rundgrenís Johnson -April 13

Michael McDonald -April 15

Guy Clark -April 17

Angie Stone -April 18

Swing Out Sister -April 19

The Wailiní Jennys -April 20

Colin Hay -April 23-24

Gentlemen of the Night -April 25

America: 40th Anniversary Tour -April 30, May 1

The English Beat -May 3

Kathy Mattea -May 6

Shawn Colvin -May 7

Shelby Lynne -May 11

Iris Dement -May 13

Chatham County Line -May 14

Virginia Coalition -May 15

Sweet Honey in the Rock -May 21-22

Toad the Wet Sprocket -May 27-28

Sonny Landreth & Tom Principato -May 29

Alex Bugnon -May 30

For more information: 703-549-7500 or

The Red & The Black
1212 H St. N.E.
Washington D.C., 20002

Spring highlights:

The Pubcrawlers -March 15

Rest Assured -March 17

Bellmer Dolls -March 19

One for the Team, The Prisms -March 21

YARN, Sgt Dunbar The Hobo Banned, Andrew Karnavas -March 25

Ravenous, FOX Japan, Caustic Casanova -March 26

Benyaro, Chris Merritt -March 28

Andalusian Dog -April 1

Shapiro, The Winter Sounds, Achtung Panda -April 4

East Coast Caravan -April 9

The Honeyguns -April 10

Lake Street Dive -April 13

Jounce -April 15

Horsehead -April 16

Deleon -April 17

For more information: 202-399-3201 or

The State Theatre
220 N. Washington St.
Falls Church, VA 22046

Spring highlights:

The Legwarmers -March 19-20

Tower of Power -March 26

Divas of Pop Dance Party -March 27

Rebirth Brass Band -March 31

The Soft Parade: The most authentic tribute to the Doors-April 2

The Legendary Rhythm and Blues Revue -April 3

Easy Star All-Stars -April 4

Anonymous -April 8

Cherry Poppin Daddies -April 15

Jimmy Thackery & The Drivers -April 18

Cowboy Junkies -April 23

The Machine -April 24

The Church -April 25, April 27

Taj Mahal Trio -May 1

Sematic and Charm City Devils -May 7

Donna The Buffalo -May 14

For more information: 703-237-0300 or

Verizon Center
601 F St. N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20004

Spring highlights:

Alicia Keys -March 25

Bon Jovi with Dashboard Confessional -March 29

Nickelback -April 13

For more information: 202-628-3200 or

Warner Theatre
513 13th St., N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20004

Spring Lineup:

Norah Jones -April 2

Trans-Siberian Orchestra -April 11

Widespread Panic -April 20-21

Elvis Costello & The Sugarcanes -April 22

Mark Knopfler -May 2

For more information: 202-397-SEAT or

9:30 Club
815 V St., N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20001

Spring highlights:

Anvil w/Misstallica -March 20

The Dan Band -March 27

Wiz Khalifa -March 28

Nada Surf -April 2

Wale & KíNaan -April 4

Black Rebel Motorcycle Club -April 5

The Temper Tramp and Florence & The Machine -April 6

King Sunny Ade -April 7

Mayhem -April 7

Ted Leo and the Pharmacists -April 8

NEEDTOBREATHE w/Will Hoge & Matt Hires -April 9

US Air Guitar -April 10

Pick Up The Phone Tour featuring Blue October -April 11

George Clinton and PFunk -April 12

Badfish -April 14

Martin Sexon -April 16

Jedi Mind Tricks -April 17

Kidz In The Hall -April 18

The Disco Biscuits -April 20

Rock Bottom Remainders -April 21

Jovanotti -April 22

Jakob Dylan -April 23

AP Tour: Never Shout Never, Hey Monday, The Cab, Every Avenue, The Summer Set -April 25

Ozomatli -April 28

Motion City Soundtrack -April 28

Kaki King -April 29

Citizen Cope -April 30, May 1

Shout Out Louds -May 2

Sia -May 4

Corinne Bailey Rae -May 13

Dr. Dog w/ Deer Tick -May 14

For more information: 202-265-0930 or


Music & Concerts

Musical icons and newer stars to rock D.C. this spring

Brandi Carlile, Bad Bunny, Nicki Minaj, and more headed our way



Brandi Carlile plays the Anthem this month.

Bands and solo artists of all different genres are visiting D.C. this spring. Patti LaBelle and Gladys Knight will team up to perform at the Wolf Trap in June, and girl in red will play at the Anthem in April. Some artists and bands aren’t paying a visit until the summer, like Janet Jackson and Usher, but there are still plenty of acts to see as the weather warms up. 


Brandi Carlile plays at the Anthem on March 21; Arlo Parks will perform at 9:30 Club on March 23; Girlschool will take the stage at Blackcat on March 28.


Nicki Minaj stops in D.C. at Capital One Arena as part of her North American tour on April 1; Bad Bunny plays at Capital One Arena on April 9 as part of his Most Wanted tour; girl in red performs at the Anthem on April 20 and 21; Brandy Clark plays at the Birchmere on April 25; Laufey comes to town to play at the Anthem on April 25 and 26. 


Belle and Sebastian play at the Anthem on May 2; Chastity Belt performs at Blackcat on May 4; Madeleine Peyroux stops at the Birchmere on May 5; The Decemberists play at the Anthem on May 10; the rock band Mannequin Pussy performs at the Atlantis on May 17 and 18; Hozier plays at Merriweather Post Pavilion on May 17 as part of the Unreal Unearth tour. 


Patti LaBelle and Gladys Knight will sing soulful melodies at Wolf Trap on June 8; Joe Jackson performs at the Lincoln Theatre on June 10; the Pixies and Modest Mouse are teaming up to play at Merriweather Post Pavilion on June 14; Maggie Rogers plays at Merriweather Post Pavilion on June 16 as part of The Don’t Forget Me tour; Brittany Howard headlines the Out & About Festival at Wolf Trap on June 22; Sarah McLachlan plays at Merriweather Post Pavilion on June 27; Alanis Morissette performs at Merriweather Post Pavilion on June 29 and 30

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Grammys: Queer women and their sisters took down the house

Taylor Swift won Album of the Year



When the late, great Ruth Bader Ginsburg was asked when there will be enough women on the Supreme Court, her answer was simple: Nine. She stated: “I say when there are nine, people are shocked. But there’d been nine men, and nobody’s ever raised a question about that.” RBG did not attend the Grammy’s last night, but her spirit sure did. Women, at long last, dominated, ruled and killed the night.

Cher, in song a decade ago, declared that “this is a woman’s world,” but there was little evidence that was true, Grammy, and entertainment awards, speaking. In 2018, the Grammys were heavily criticized for lack of female representation across all categories and organizers’ response was for women to “step up.”

Be careful what you wish for boys.

The biggest star of the 2024 Grammys was the collective power of women. They made history, they claimed legacy and they danced and lip sang to each other’s work. Standing victorious was Miley Cyrus, Billie Eilish, SZA (the most nominated person of the year), Lainey Wilson, Karol G, boygenius, Kylie Minogue and Victoria Monét. Oh, yes, and powerhouse Taylor Swift, the superstar from whom Fox News cowers in fear, made history to become the first performer of any gender to win four Best Album of the Year trophies.

In the throng of these powerful women stand a number of both LGBTQ advocates and queer identifying artists. Cyrus has identified as pansexual, SZA has said lesbian rumors “ain’t wrong,” Phoebe Bridgers (winner of four trophies during the night, most of any artist) is lesbian, Monét is bi and Eilish likes women but doesn’t want to talk about it. Plus, ask any queer person about Swift or Minogue and you are likely to get a love-gush.

Women power was not just owned by the lady award winners. There were the ladies and then there were the Legends. The first Legend to appear was a surprise. Country singer Luke Combs has a cross-generational hit this year with a cover of Tracy Chapman’s “Fast Car.” When originally released, the song was embraced as a lesbian anthem. When performing “Fast Car,” surprise, there was Chapman herself, singing the duet with Combs. The rendition was stunning, sentimental and historic.

Chapman, like many of the night’s female dignitaries, has not been public with her sexuality. Author Alice Walker has spoken of the two of them being lovers, however.

The legend among legends of the night, however, was the one and only Joni Mitchell. Not gay herself, she embodies the concept of an LGBTQ icon, and was accompanied by the very out Brandi Carlile on stage. On her website, Mitchell’s statement to the LGBTQ community reads, “The trick is if you listen to that music and you see me, you’re not getting anything out of it. If you listen to that music and you see yourself, it will probably make you cry and you’ll learn something about yourself and now you’re getting something out of it.”

Mitchell performed her longtime classic “Both Sides Now.” The emotion, insight and delivery from the now 80-year old artist, survivor of an aneurism, was nothing short of profound. (To fully appreciate the nuance time can bring, check out the YouTube video of a Swift lookalike Mitchell singing the same song to Mama Cass and Mary Travers in 1969.) In this latest rendition, Mitchell clearly had an impact on Meryl Streep who was sitting in the audience. Talk about the arc of female talent and power.

That arc extended from a today’s lady, Cyrus, to legend Celine Dion as well. Cyrus declared Dion as one of her icons and inspirations early in the evening. Dion appeared, graceful and looking healthy, to present the final, and historic, award of the night at the end of the show.

Legends did not even need to be living to have had an effect on the night. Tributes to Tina Turner and Sinead O’Conner by Oprah, Fantasia Barrino-Taylor and Annie Lennox respectively, proved that not even death could stop these women. As Lennox has musically and famously put it, “Sisters are doing it for themselves.”

Even the content of performances by today’s legends-in-the-making spoke to feminine power. Eilish was honored for, and performed “What Was I Made For?,” a haunting and searching song that speaks to the soul of womanhood and redefinition in today’s fight for gender rights and expression, while Dua Lipa laid down the gauntlet for mind blowing performance with her rendition of “Houdini” at the top of the show, Cyrus asserted the power of her anthem “Flowers” and pretty much stole the show.

Cyrus had not performed the song on television before, and only three times publicly. She declared in her intro that she was thrilled over the business numbers the song garnered, but she refused to let them define her. As she sang the hit, she scolded the audience, “you guys act like you don’t know the words to this song.” Soon the woman power of the room was singing along with her, from Swift to Oprah.

They can buy themselves flowers from now on. They don’t need anyone else. Cyrus made that point with the mic drop to cap all mic drops, “And I just won my first Grammy!” she declared as she danced off stage.

Even the squirmiest moment of the night still did not diminish the light of women power, and in fact, underscored it. During his acceptance of the Dr. Dre Global Impact Award, Jay-Z had a bone to pick with the Grammy voters. He called out the irony that his wife Beyoncé had won more Grammys than any other human, but had never won the Best Album of the Year. Yeah, what’s with that?

But then, it brought additional context ultimately to the fact that the winner of the most Grammys individually … is a woman. And to the fact that the winner of the most Best Album of the Year awards … is a woman.

Hopefully this was the night that the Grammys “got it.” Women are the epicenter of The Creative Force.

Will the other entertainment awards get it soon as well? We can hope.

Most importantly, in a political world where women’s healthcare is under siege. Will the American voters get it?

A little known band named Little Mix put it this way in their 2019 song “A Woman’s World.”

“If you can’t see that it’s gotta change
Only want the body but not the brains
If you really think that’s the way it works
You ain’t lived in a woman’s world

Just look at how far that we’ve got
And don’t think that we’ll ever stop…”

From Grammy’s mouth to the world’s ear.

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Janet Jackson returning to D.C, Baltimore

‘Together Again Tour’ comes to Capital One Arena, CFG Bank Arena



Janet Jackson is coming back to D.C. this summer.

Pop icon Janet Jackson announced this week an extension of her 2023 “Together Again Tour.” A new leg of the tour will bring Jackson back to the area for two shows, one at D.C.’s Capital One Arena on Friday, July 12 and another at Baltimore’s CFG Bank Arena on Saturday, July 13.  

Tickets are on sale now via TicketMaster. LiveNation announced the 2023 leg of the tour consisted of 36 shows, each of which was sold out. The 2024 leg has 35 stops planned so far; R&B star Nelly will open for Jackson on the new leg. 

Jackson made the tour announcement Tuesday on social media: “Hey u guys! By popular demand, we’re bringing the Together Again Tour back to North America this summer with special guest Nelly! It’ll be so much fun!”

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