Goodman’s Good Music – Concert Picks of the Week – February 5th

Week Of:  February 5-11, 2018

Summary:

With Bob Marley's birthday on February 6, there are some great tribute band opportunities happening this week plus a whole lot of funk, album releases, jazz, and indie.

See "All Featured Events" highlighted below for some great jams for the week ahead!

Must See Shows:

So many (see calendar below) that it's hard to choose just one! 

Hidden Gem Shows: 

There are THREE  hidden gem shows this week: 

  • Wednesday, Feb 7 at Gypsy Sally's: Choose Your Own Adventure (CYOA) and Buddha Cons for the live, composed funk. If you want a jam with some of the areas  most exciting and up-and-coming musicians, this is the show to catch: DC Music Review: CYOA and Buddha Cons on Feb 7
  • Saturday, Feb 10 at The Baltimore Soundstage, The Bridge, reunites again in A Benefit For HopeWell Cancer Support. The Bridge is a legendary Baltimore band featuring Cris Jacobs.  In addition to the regular set, a VIP performance will feature a special Tom Petty Tribute set. Check this performance out: DC Music Review: The Bridge
  • Sunday, Feb 11 at 9:30 Club: múm is an exploratory Icelandic musical group whose music is characterized by experiments in electronic music, soft vocals, glitch beats, innovative sampling and eerie effects with a variety of traditional and unconventional instruments. Check them out: DC Music Review: múm on Feb 11


Here are our recommendations for shows throughout the DMV.

All Featured Events

District

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Maryland

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Virginia

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If you have not seen some of the artists highlighted in featured shows above, please dig a little deeper at our coverage and podcasts of these artists from the DC Music Review archives.

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About the author
Nina Goodman

Nina Goodman

Nina Goodman is a music lover, dancer, artist, keyboardist, and an avid ukulele player. You may even see her up on stage performing with local DC bands. Above all, Nina is a fierce supporter of the Washington DC local music scene. Nina's talents are mostly behind the scenes where she maintains and curates our event calendar and conducts interviews with local artists. If there is music playing in the DMV, you can expect to see her attending or at least making sure that our audience knows about it.