The January 2018 Edition – DC Scene-In-Review Podcast

With a new year comes a new format for this podcast. Each episode was coming out long. Like, really long. About the length of a concert actually. So we've broken the episode up into sets like it's a show. We think people will enjoy this more than doing everything in one piece. Get a taste of what DC's live music scene had to offer with this month's episode of DC Scene-In-Review and make sure to subscribe on iTunes.

We have an incredible episode to start out the year. The Infamous Stringdusters came through the 9:30 Club, then won a Grammy about ten days later. Coincidence? We think not. The Disco Biscuits gave us the first ever back-to-back performances at the 9:30 Club and The Anthem, and I got to tape those shows, giving me my first recordings from the awesome new venue on the Wharf. Abbie Ginis joins the show to discuss her review of Justin Trawick's new EP, and Rudi Greenberg returns to the show to discuss the month we just witnessed, and what you won't want to miss in February.

And we have a t-shirt giveaway contest inspired by Rudi's rundown of shows to see in February! Whoever goes to the most concerts between today and Sunday February 18th is the winner. All you have to do is take a picture of yourself at the show, upload it to instagram and tag @DCMusicReview or #DCMusicReview, tag the venue, and tag the band or say what show it is in the description. If there's a tie we will pick a name out of a hat.

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About the author

Will Urquhart

Will Urquhart is a television and radio producer, concert taper, and audiovisual expert. His focus is on webcast production and projection visuals for political organizations and bands. Will's work has been featured in various publications such as NPR, Live For Live Music, Live Music Daily, and many more.