Live Music Daily

Watch Paul Reed Smith & Junior Marvin (Bob Marley & The Wailers) perform B.B. King’s “Thrill is Gone” & “Stir it up” in DC

Saturday night was a magical night at the Hamilton. Just down the street from the Whitehouse, the downstairs at the Hamilton came to full life with a night of reggae.

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On Tap Online

CARBON LEAF’S BLUE MOUNTAIN HOEDOWN AT THE HAMILTON

The backbone of Carbon Leaf’s sound is it undeniable Virginia and Blue Ridge Mountain musical heritage; Their solid, multi-part harmonies come straight from the gospel of Bluegrass while their rhythms and rhymes suggest lessons in songwriting gleaned from the General Store’s front porch. Six songs into their over twenty song set at the Hamilton on June 20th, the band unplugged and (slightly Eagles style) all gathered at the front of the stage to deliver a fiercely intimate performance of “One Prairie Outpost.” While again evoking the idyllic image of musicians gathered at the Country Store on a weekend night, the group also demonstrated a lesson in staging that all musicians could learn. It was astounding to see how much intimacy could be created just from rearrangement on stage – all the members gathering at the front felt like it shrank the stage and the Hamilton about three sizes that day.

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THE GEORGETOWNER

Must-See DC Jazz Festival Shows

Navigating a festival lineup can be hard, especially for an event as expansive as DC Jazz Festival. Here are some of The Georgetowner’s picks for this weekend…

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UPI.com

Lez Zeppelin Rocks The Hamilton in D.C.

Lez Zeppelin belts out a number at The Hamilton Live venue in downtown Washington, D.C. on June 7, 2015. The all-girl band played the concert “The Song Remains the Same” of the legendary band Led Zeppelin.

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On Tap Online

JAMES MCMURTRY ROCKS THE HAMILTON

Despite his often bleak topics, McMurtry – the son of Pulitzer prize-winning author Larry McMurtry – and his band delivered a blazing show at The Hamilton. The muscular tunes managed to transform the posh room into a roadhouse bar for a couple of hours and kept a standing-room only crowd rocking-and rolling late into a Monday night – no small feat in a buttoned-down, early-to-bed early-to-rise town.

The acoustics at The Hamilton – a comfortable, friendly venue – are consistently top-notch. And it’s super cool that at the start of each show, The Hamilton’s emcee reminds the chatty among us that a concert is not the place for braying conversations about your work day. The reminder seemed to work on McMurtry’s attentive crowd. God bless you, Hamilton emcee.

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Brightest Young Things

LIVEDC: LEZ ZEPPELIN @ THE HAMILTON

Lez Zeppelin blew our collective faces off at The Hamilton last night.

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Metro Weekly

Lez Zeppelin plays the Hamilton

The women are as intense and powerful and sexy as you’d expect performing from the Page-Plant Company’s hard-rock songbook — even Page himself swooned after taking in a sold-out show in London a couple years ago. (“They’ve got energy and enthusiasm and they’re superb musicians,” the principal Leddie songwriter allegedly said.) The American Lez ladies stop by the Hamilton on Sunday night, performing from the Zeppelin repertoire in a recreation of concerts the British Led lads gave in 1973 at New York’s Madison Square Garden. The song remains the same — even if the band is different.

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People

Interview: Activist and Musician Buffy Sainte-Marie on Her New Album and Reading Her FBI File

You might know Buffy Sainte-Marie from her song “Universal Soldier,” her stint on Sesame Street, or songs she cowrote or wrote that became hits for others, like “Up Where We Belong” and “Until It’s Time for You to Go.” But she’s far from a folkie gently strumming on guitar – she was one of the first people to use synthesizers, writing an album that used an early model called a Buchla – or a children’s educational figure.

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Washingtonian

Things to Do in DC This Weekend May 14-17

MUSIC: If you’re into folk, bluegrass, and country, chances are you’ll be into Mandolin Orange, a North Carolinian duo whose sound is a mishmash of all three. They released their latest full-length album, Such Jubilee, on May 8, so now’s a good a time as ever to catch them at the Hamilton at 8:30 PM. $15 to $20.

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Washingtonian

Things to Do in DC This Weekend April 23-26: Ben Williams, Free Outdoor Movies, and Food Truck Parties

Celebrate the release of DC native Ben Williams’s latest album, “Coming of Age,” at the Hamilton. Williams—a bassist, bandleader, and composer—is a Grammy Award-winning Juilliard grad, who will be making his first film appearance in Don Cheadle’s upcoming directorial debut, Miles Ahead. $20 to $25, 8:30 PM.

Over at the Hamilton, check out singer/songwriter Vienna Teng’s exuberant pop music from her latest album, Aims. $25 to $35, 8:30 PM.

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The Hill

FLOTUS, Alicia Keys share the love at Grammys on the Hill

The first lady made an unannounced visit Wednesday to the Grammys on the Hill Awards in Washington, where Keys was being honored.

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The Washington Post

Mutual admiration alert: Michelle Obama and Alicia Keys at Grammys on the Hill

The guys with earpieces and the magnetometers were a dead giveaway that the “special guest” at Wednesday night’s Grammys on the Hill was pretty special, and amateur Nancy Drews in the crowd had first lady Michelle Obama pegged as the presenter of the evening’s big award to Alicia Keys.

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Revamp

Alicia Keys, MOCs Honored At GRAMMYs On The Hill Awards; FLOTUS Among VIPs At Annual D.C. Music Confab

First Lady Michelle Obama was clearly in an ‘Empire State of Mind’ yesterday evening, as she helped introduce honoree Alicia Keys during the 2015 GRAMMYs on the Hill.

The 15-time GRAMMY-winner was joined by House Judiciary Chairman Bob Goodlatte and Congressman Jerrold Nadler in accepting awards during Wednesday’s ceremony, which each year is dubbed “Washington’s most interesting mix of music and politics.”

GRAMMY nominee Hunter Hayes served as the event’s Master of Ceremonies, which counted a live piano solo among his many duties. Also performing at The Hamilton last night was a bevy of music talent, including Texas-based singer/songwriter Robert Earl Keen, GRAMMY-winning jazz and gospel saxophonist Kirk Whalum, and Brooklyn rockers American Authors.

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Bisnow

Michelle Obama, Alicia Keys & Colin Powell!

Last night we headed to the Hamilton Live for the annual GRAMMYs on the Hill to meet honoree Alicia Keys and be delighted by an unannounced presentation by Michelle Obama.

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Washington City Paper

Best Place to Have Dinner with Live Music 2015

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DC Blues Society

The Nighthawks, Bob Margolin, and Commander Cody Tribute to Muddy Waters

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The Daily Meal

D’Artagnan’s Culinary Mission: Impossible in Washington, DC

Gourmet food company D’Artagnan recently celebrated their 30th anniversary with an opulent five-course meal at The Hamilton on Washington, D.C.

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The Washington Post

A bunch of NFL players plus one Montell Jordan have Easter dinner downtown

Hey isn’t that… A huge group of NFLers, their WAKs (wives and kids), and ’90s R&B super crooner Montell Jordan enjoying a pre-White House Easter Egg Roll feast?

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Metro Weekly

14 Great Restaurants for Easter Brunch in D.C.

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Brightest Young Things

PHOTOS: THE LONE BELLOW @ THE HAMILTON

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Washingtonian

Things to Do in DC March 30-April 1: Joshua Bell, Cherry Blossom Cocktails, and a Fantastic Funk Band

Here are the best events around town this week. Funk band Dumpstaphunk performs at The Hamilton, where you can expect to hear originals from the New Orleans band once called “the city’s hardest-hitting funk” by the New York Times.

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Billboard

Grammys On The Hill Awards Salutes Alicia Keys

Grammy Award winner Alicia Keys will be among the special honorees saluted at The Recording Academy’s 2015 Grammys on the Hill Awards. The organization’s annual mix of music and politics will take place at Hamilton Live in Washington, D.C. on April 15.

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Business Wire

Known as “Washington’s most interesting mix of music and politics,” the event takes place on Wednesday, April 15, at the Hamilton Live in Washington D.C., and will include one-of-a-kind live performances.

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SINGERSROOM

Alicia Keys To Be Honored at the Grammy’s On The Hill Awards

The Grammy’s On the Hill Awards is known as “Washington’s most interesting mix of music and politics.” It will be hosted by five-time Grammy nominee Hunter Hayes and take place on Wednesday, April 15, at the Hamilton Live in Washington D.C.

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Washington DC Eater

Where to Eat Like Michelle Obama in D.C.

MObama and her girls ate lunch at The Hamilton in January 2012 (shortly after the restaurant opened), ordering chicken and biscuits, white bean soup and a bento box.

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Brightest Young Things

Your Weekend Cocktails: The Hamilton

The Hamilton is one of D.C.’s best live music venues but they are also giving you some of D.C.’s best food and drink options. We popped over to see what kind of amazing cocktails they are currently serving and which you could be savoring this weekend.

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Bisnow

BIG SOMETHING!

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Brightest Young Things

LIVE DC: JD MCPHERSON @ THE HAMILTON

I got to The Hamilton just after doors opened to find a moderate sized crowd shuffling into the downstairs of the venue, where artists come to play to crowds that dine on truly delicious food (seriously, eat at this place if you haven’t), and throw back just as enjoyable drinks. I was surprised to see every age group imaginable represented, from every walk of life, to see JD McPherson.

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The Daily Meal

5 DC Restaurants Where You Can Date Like the Obamas

The Hamilton comes in at number one on the list because of its unique combination of live performance music and fine dining. From pumpkin gnocchi to glazed meatloaf, the restaurant offers unique dishes guaranteed to impress your date. The Hamilton may just be the perfect place for couples seeking a unique experience combining a love of food, music, dancing and each other all into one lovely package.

Good food and romance doesn’t have to come together once a year. Take your date to any of these romantic, mood-setting, love-cooking venues for a special evening, any evening.

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My Fab 5

Washington DC’s 25 Most Instagrammed Restaurants of 2014

The MyFab5 team counted the number of Instagram photos that were geotagged at restaurants in Washington DC in 2014.

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Live for Live Music

The Nth Power And Soul Rebels Join Forces For Cover-Heavy Mardi Gras Bash In DC

A snowstorm may have shut down the Washington, D.C. area last night, but didn’t deter The Soul Rebels and The Nth Power from bringing down the sold out house at The Hamilton Live last night.

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Brightest Young Things

Reasons to Love DC in 2015 – Part 2

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About.com

Valentines Day Concerts in the Washington DC Area

• Love Songs: The Beatles – The Hamilton Live, Washington DC. February 14, 2015, 8:30 p.m. From classics like Something, And I Love Her, and Oh Darling to early gems like All I’ve Got To Do and Ask Me Why, this show will remind you why the Beatles’ colossal impact on music endures after half a century.

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The Washington Post

Emmylou Harris and A-list pals party at the Hamilton

It was a homecoming of sorts to the Clyde’s-owned restaurant for Harris, who has recalled playing gigs at the old Clyde’s in Georgetown with Gram Parsons.

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District Consonance

Of pedal steel and poetry: A chat with J. Tom Hnatow

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Brightest Young Things

LIVE DC: OLD 97′S @ THE HAMILTON

“Let’s drink whiskey and do it all night long.” Sure, yes! Why not, right? These are some good old timey lyrics I can get behind, delivered by the Old 97′s to a full house of seemingly rabid fans at The Hamilton Live.

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Bitches Who Brunch

New Year’s Eve Guide: DC

Take our recommendations and you’ll be proclaiming this New Year’s Eve the best ever faster than the ball can drop. Dance the night away at The Hamilton’s New Year’s Eve show featuring pop/rock band the Old 97’s. Tickets include a gumbo dinner and champagne toast. In the Hamilton Loft, the country 19th Street Band , which has performed with the likes of Rascal Flatts, will be playing with a $10 cover charge and cash bar.

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Govinda Gallery

Holiday Reggae Show with Junior Marvin’s Wailers and Images of Bob Marley by David Burnett at Hamilton Live

If you like reggae music and Bob Marley’s songs it’s hard to beat Junior Marvin’s Wailers. Junior Marvin was the guitarist for Bob Marley from the Exodus album to his passing. His previous shows at Hamilton Live have been unforgettable experiences with the audience at the end of the performances dancing with joy in front of the stage. Junior Marvin’s Wailers are one of the best reggae shows anywhere. The concert at Hamilton Live on December 27, a tribute to Bob Marley, may prove to be the best one yet.

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Epicurean DC

52 Places to Ring In The New Year: Special Menus, Live Music, Open Bars & Parties

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Brightest Young Things

New Year’s Eve Guide

New Year’s Eve with Old 97′s @ The Hamilton

Spend a low-key New Years Eve with alt-country rock group Old 97′s. Tickets are $85 for seats and $60 for standing. Also, this is probably the only event ever that your tickets will include a gumbo dinner and champagne toast. – Tam Sackman

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Epicurean DC

Give The Gift of a Relaxing Holiday: Christmas Eve and Christmas 2014 Dining Destinations + Bonus “To Go” Options

Festive holiday specials in addition to seasonal a la carte menu. Preparations include Foie Gras Torchon, Lobster Bisque, Feast of Seven Fishes, Muscovy Duck Breast, Classic Prime Rib Roast, House-Made Christmas Ham plus malts and milkshake treats including Toasted Marshmallow, Cookies & Cream, Pumpkin Spice and the Root Beer Sinker.

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Washington City Paper

Holiday Office Parties Go Big at D.C. Restaurants

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On Tap Online

8 Ways to Explore Eggnog

The Hamilton’s Beverage Manager Samantha Withall skips vanilla extract in favor of going straight to the source – she scrapes fresh vanilla bean into her eggnog. She then uses the highly-touted Willett Pot Still Bourbon, mixing it in with the eggnog at a 50-50 ratio to ensure both the proper consistency and potency.

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The Washington Post

Start Planning Now for New Year’s Eve

The Hamilton is hosting two shows: Alt-country stars Old 97s perform two sets in the main concert hall, where tickets include a champagne toast and a gumbo dinner during intermission; upstairs in the glass-roofed atrium, it’s the fiddle-led folk-country act 19th Street Band.

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The Washington Post

Dispatch and State Radio founder Chadwick Stokes takes ‘The Horse Comanche’ out of the living room and onto The Hamilton’s stage

Ahead of the record’s Feb. 3 release, Stokes and a five-piece backing band will hit the Hamilton on Tuesday armed with new songs, Dispatch dorm room staples and tracks from Stokes’ punky, political side project State Radio.

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Brightest Young Things

FIVE BRUNCHES TO TRY THIS WEEKEND

“If the spirit moves you, head to The Hamilton for an incredible brunch spread with items like benedicts, corned beef hash (house made corned beef, crispy potato cake, baby kale and sunny-side-up duck egg), The Elvis (fried bananas, brown sugar, maple house cured bacon and peanut butter sauce), shrimp and grits (stone ground cheese grits, andouille sausage, spinach, and buttery Creole sauce), and Brioche French Toast (winter citrus, cardamom whipped cream, orange marmalade and maple syrup). The space is huge, light, and comfortable, making for a lovely Sunday-morning-into-afternoon spot for perching. BONUS: They also throw the occasional gospel brunch, typically with two separate seatings and a stellar buffet. Check their schedule for upcoming shows.”

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On Tap Magazine

MUSIC MEETS FOOD: WHERE TASTE AND SOUND COLLIDE

There are lots of great spots for hearing blues and jazz in DC: The Hamilton, Blues Alley, Bethesda Blues & Jazz Supper Club, and Madam’s Organ, just to name a few.

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About Travel

Holiday Concert Guide 2014 for Washington, DC, Maryland and Virginia

Howard Gospel Choir – December 7 and 14, 2014. Holiday Gospel Brunch, an all-you-can-eat buffet filled with breakfast classics and Southern dishes. As one of the first college gospel choirs, HGC is a trailblazer for all Gospel music ministries across collegiate campuses in the nation.
A JOHNNYSWIM Christmas – December 16, 2014. Celebrate the holidays with soul/folk/pop music by a husband and wife duo.

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About.com

New Year’s Eve Concerts 2015 in Washington DC

Enjoy a concert by Old 97s, alternative country rock. Admission is $60-85 and includes a gumbo dinner and champagne toast at midnight. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Show starts at 7:30 p.m.

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DC Music Download

LISTENING SESSION: TOP 5 HALLOWEEN SHOWS THIS WEEK

Welcome to a special Halloween edition of Top 5 Shows This Week. Here are the shows you should know that are happening on Friday, October 31. Chopteeth and Feedel Band @ The Hamilton. Show 8:30pm/Tickets $18+

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Austin 360

Where ACL Fest musicians eat in Austin: Adrian Quesada of Spanish Gold

As for favorite stops around the country, the Laredo native namechecks the Hamilton in Washington, D.C., Brooklyn Bowl in New York City, and the Earl in Atlanta.

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Washington City Paper

The Breaks: This Week in DMV Hip-Hop

New Orleans-based singer Luke James is performing back to back shows at the Hamilton Live tonight. The first show is at 7:30 p.m., and the second is at 10 p.m. More information here.

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The Washington Post

October’s Top Concerts: Mary Lambert, Nas and more

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The Examiner

Terry Bozzio is bringing the world’s largest drum set to The Hamilton

Drum legend Terry Bozzio will be performing Wednesday night, September 10, 2014 at 7:30 PM at The Hamilton in Washington, D.C. Doors will open an hour earlier for those eager to choose their prime spot. Terry Bozzio will be showing off his drum and percussion talents on his kit which happens to be the world’s largest tuned drum and percussion set.

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My Fox DC

Vintage Trouble Performs on Fox 5

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DMVS The Move

An Intimate Night with Luke James at The Hamilton

With the long awaited release of his anticipated self-titled debut album”Luke James,” Luke was in very high spirits as he put on two great shows back to back at the Hamilton in Washington, DC.

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Engine 145

Concert Review: The Dom Flemons trio at The Hamilton

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Brightest Young Things

BYT Interviews: Sons of Bill

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OffBeat Magazine

Photos: George Porter Jr. & His Runnin’ Pardners at The Hamilton

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Falls Church News Press

Jody’s Jam of the Week: Sons of Bill at The Hamilton

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Cloture Club

RECAP: Fruition at The Hamilton Live

This week, I had the distinct pleasure of watching Fruition at the Hamilton Live. I know it goes without saying, but I continue to truly enjoy this venue. Time and time again I stand in an oaken candlelit basement and experience something wholly and uniquely different. To that end, I’ve started to think of the Hamilton Live as my wise uncle; the one with taste for fine scotch and vinyl record collections.

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DCist

Terry Bozzio and Gargantuan Drumkit Descend on The Hamilton

“It’s just a natural extension of wanting to move the instrument forward and do things that are unique,” said Bozzio, who will be at The Hamilton tomorrow for a solo performance.

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Shannon The Photo Gal

My Night with Carbon Leaf

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Washington Post

Going Out Guide for the District of Columbia, Aug. 28 – Sept. 3, 2014

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Appalachian Jamwich

BIG Something & Tauk at The Hamilton 8/2/14 Review

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Brightest Young Things

Live DC: Johnnyswim at The Hamilton

Musical couples have been around for quite a while; Yoko and John, Bono and Cher, June and Jonny and now Abner and Amanda have found a way to not only hit the jackpot with their music but also create that magic that makes Johnnyswim a delightful and irresistible duo that captivated The Hamilton this past Monday.

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Cloture Club

RECAP: TAUK & Big Something at Hamilton Live

“If you haven’t been to the Hamilton’s venue, you really should. It’s never the same experience – what feels like a New Orleans Jazz Club one night can look like a KISS show the next. This is a testament to the diversity of music, the city, and the art of expression in its purest form…I can’t thank the Hamilton and its staff enough. I’m pretty sure that I’ll be buying tickets to the John Mayall show coming up…I continue to be amazed at how much access these local venues give writers like me. This a truly professional venue dedicated to sharing the joy of music with the city of DC and all the men and women she propagates.”

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94.7 Fresh FM

5 Things We Learned at Fresh Faces, Fresh Music With Ed Sheeran

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My FOX DC

Bobby Rush Performs on Good Day DC

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DC Rock Live

DC Rock Live – Reviews – Phox – Trails & Ways – The Hamilton

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Brightest Young Things

Live DC: PHOX @ The Hamilton

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DC Music Download

DCMD Interview: PHOX talks new album, tour and Baraboo

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The Vinyl District

TVD Recommends: Hamilton Leithauser at The Hamilton, 7/13

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The Washington Post

The Walkmen’s Hamilton Leithauser, Walter Martin and Peter Matthew Bauer keep busy with solo projects

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Brightest Young Things

Photos: Hamilton Leithauser, Torres @ The Hamilton

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Brightest Young Things: Featured Music

BYT Interviews: Hamilton Leithauser

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WAMU 88.5

Art Beat With Lauren Landau, July 3

The 19th Street Band has become a Friday and Saturday night staple at The Hamilton, and tomorrow night is no different. You can swing by the music venue at 9 p.m. for an Independence Day concert featuring this D.C.-based band, which blends together folk, Americana, country and rock ‘n roll.

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The Washington Post

Billy Joe Shaver at the Hamilton: Still an outlaw after all of these years

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Communities Digital News

Rodney Crowell brings Country to the Hamilton

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The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon

Dan Aykroyd plugs Bobby Rush’s Hamilton show

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Panic Manual

Concert Review: The Dizzy Gillespie Afro-Cuban Experience, June 28, The Hamilton

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Brightest Young Things

Photos: Bonerama @ The Hamilton

The Hamilton hosted the three trombonists and guitar player ensemble, which rocked the house from top to bottom with the funkiest of the sounds that I’ve heard in a while. Bonerama brought New Orleans inspired lively, funky, and eclectic beats to the District with a twist of their own pedal-driven and wonderfully executed brass music extravaganza that brought the Hamilton down.

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Pamela's Punch

The Hamilton Live presents: Simone Felice

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Pamela's Punch

Getting an Earful at The Hamilton Live

feel like I say this a lot, but every time I go to a show at The Hamilton, I’m reminded of why it’s one of my favorite live music venues in DC. The setting is intimate, the sound system is fantastic (which, as a concert junkie, is extremely important to me), and the range of musical genres they bring to the stage means I never really know what to expect when I walk through the doors.

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Communities Digital News

Rodney Crowell Brings Country to The Hamilton

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Communities Digital News

Los Lonely Boys bring Tex-Mex flair to The Hamilton in DC

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Cosmic Vibes Live

Rich Robinson & Jackie Greene Band at The Hamilton

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CapitalBop

The Hamilton Kicks Out The Jams To Open The DC Jazz Festival

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WTOP

DC Jazz Festival celebrates 10 years

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Washington Post

The Washington Post co-presents Jazz at The Hamilton Live

The Washington Post has sponsored the DC Jazz Festival since its inception and is proud to continue the partnership and co-present the Jazz at the Hamilton Live Series.

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Washington Post

D.C. Jazz Festival picks from founder Charlie Fishman

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DCist

A Brief Guide To DC Jazz Festival 2014

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Newdust

PHOX :: 1936 + Show at the Hamilton on 7/19

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Washington Post

Members of My Morning Jacket, City and Colour, and Grupo Fantasma join forces to make Spanish Gold

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WAMU 88.5

Art Beat With Lauren Landau, May 29

Soul, funk and blues-rock coalesce on stage when the eight-person band Sister Sparrow & The Dirty Birds plays, complete with a brass section, a bold-voiced lead singer and a whole lot of energy. The New York-based group is headlining at The Hamilton tomorrow night. The show starts at 8:30 p.m. and will also feature a solo performance by [Cris Jacobs] (http://crisjacobs.com/), frontman of Baltimore-based band The Bridge.

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Washington Post

Going Out Guide for the District of Columbia, May 29 – June 4, 2014

Country singer-songwriter Holly Williams performs Thursday at the Hamilton.

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Sosh

Mother’s Day All-You-Can-Eat Gospel Brunch

Soulful singing meets Soul Food at the The Hamilton’s Gospel Brunch.

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Live Music Daily

Keller Williams Review

Needless to say, this show blew my expectations out of the water.

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Panic Manual

Concert Review: Elephant Revival, May 13, The Hamilton

Granted, the Hamilton’s awesome downstairs stage makes it easy to feel at home, but Elephant Revival really took it to another level.

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The Washington Post

The Nels Cline Singers album review: ‘Macroscope’

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