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    Fall: 2018 Scene-In-Review

    Fall: 2018 Scene-In-Review

    2018 Scene-In-Review is a special edition of the DC Scene-In-Review podcast.

    2018 was a great year to be a taper in the DMV, with a flood of incredible acts that left us with tons of highlights to relive. This expansive episode contains some of our favorite concert recordings from too many bands to list, along with interviews with Rudi Greenberg (Features Managing Editor at the Washington Post Express), Gordon Sterling (Gordon Sterling and the People, Nappy Riddem, Mary-el Band), Jeffrey Tribble Jr. (Executive Director of The MusicianShip DC), Neel Singh (Dro Electric, Staycation, Skaii) and Nina Goodman (Dc Music Review).

    Set List:
    "I Can Do It (Poo Jam)" by Hayley Jane and the Primates on October 4 at their fall tour opener at Gypsy Sally's
    "Afraid" into "Best Kept Secret" by Ghost Light on November 24 at The Hamilton
    "Birdland" by Amoramora on November 14 at Gypsy Sally's
    "Hard Highway" by John Kadlecik and Pals on November 23, night 2 of the Turkey Run at Gypsy Sally's
    "The Way of Things" by Gordon Sterling and the People on November 1 at Tally Ho
    Evanoff on November 14 at Gypsy Sally's
    "Just a Little Bit" by Everyone Orchestra on December 28 at Gypsy Sally's

    • 1 hr 48 min
    Summer: 2018 Scene-In-Review

    Summer: 2018 Scene-In-Review

    2018 Scene-In-Review is a special edition of the DC Scene-In-Review podcast.

    2018 was a great year to be a taper in the DMV, with a flood of incredible acts that left us with tons of highlights to relive. This expansive episode contains some of our favorite concert recordings from too many bands to list, along with interviews with Rudi Greenberg (Features Managing Editor at the Washington Post Express), Gordon Sterling (Gordon Sterling and the People, Nappy Riddem, Mary-el Band), Jeffrey Tribble Jr. (Executive Director of The MusicianShip DC), Neel Singh (Dro Electric, Staycation, Skaii) and Nina Goodman (Dc Music Review).

    Summer Set List:
    "Eyes of the World" into "Midnight Moonlight" at Keller Williams' Grateful Gospel on day 4 of LOCKN'
    "Climbing Up the Walls" performed by Mary Lankford, Gordon Sterling, Tula Pisano, Garret Gleason, Neel Singh, Nikhel Sus, and Dave Ray on June 2 at Staycation's Radiohead Tribute and Planned Parenthood Benefit at the Black Cat
    "By Your Side" by Ryan Buell (as part of a gift album of children's song in honor of Neel Singh's baby)
    "Holler and Hum" by the Cris Jacobs Band on June 9 at the Kingman Island Bluegrass and Folk Festival
    Odetta Hartman on June 9 at the Kingman Island Bluegrass and Folk Festival
    Gangstagrass on June 9 at the Kingman Island Bluegrass and Folk Festival
    "I Never Loved a Man (The Way I Love You)" and "Bound for Glory" by Tedeschi Trucks Band with Ivan Neville on the second song, on August 25 at the LOCKN' Music Festival
    "Hell in a Bucket" by Dead & Company on August 25 at the LOCKN' Music Festival
    "China Cat Sunflower" into "I Know You Rider" performed by Joe Russo's Almost Dead on August 24 at the LOCKN' Music Festival
    "Dreams" performed by by Steal Your Peach on September 22 at the Hometown Get Down
    "Set Me Free" by the 19th Street Band on September 22 at the Hometown Get Down
    "Love Oh Love Please Come Home" performed by the Dirty Grass Players with Cris Jacobs sitting in on September 21 at the Hometown Get Down

    • 2 hr 18 min
    Spring: 2018 Scene-In-Review

    Spring: 2018 Scene-In-Review

    2018 Scene-In-Review is a special edition of the DC Scene-In-Review podcast.

    2018 was a great year to be a taper in the DMV, with a flood of incredible acts that left us with tons of highlights to relive. This expansive episode contains some of our favorite concert recordings from too many bands to list, along with interviews with Rudi Greenberg (Features Managing Editor at the Washington Post Express), Gordon Sterling (Gordon Sterling and the People, Nappy Riddem, Mary-el Band), Jeffrey Tribble Jr. (Executive Director of The MusicianShip DC), Neel Singh (Dro Electric, Staycation, Skaii) and Nina Goodman (Dc Music Review).

    Spring Set List:
    "Horizon" by Pigeons Playing Ping Pong with an April Fools fake-out at their two-night sold-out run at the 9:30 Club
    "DC's Been Good To Me" by The JoGo Project on May 12 at the 5th Annual Funk Parade
    "Better Eyes" by Nah. on April 25 at Gypsy Sally's
    "If it Makes You Forget" Pleasure Train on April 25 at Gypsy Sally's
    "Lay My Love" by The Judy Chops on April 27 at Pearl Street Warehouse
    "Cassidy" into "Ripple" by the Golden Gate Wingmen on March 21 at The Hamilton
    "Ready to Go" and "Intellectual Property" by Staycation on April 20 at the 9:30 Club
    "Agree to Disagree" into "Straight Cold Player" by the Mary-el Band on March 27 at the Cherry Blossom Festival

    • 1 hr 50 min
    Winter: 2018 Scene-In-Review

    Winter: 2018 Scene-In-Review

    2018 Scene-In-Review is a special edition of the DC Scene-In-Review podcast.

    2018 was a great year to be a taper in the DMV, with a flood of incredible acts that left us with tons of highlights to relive. This expansive episode contains some of our favorite concert recordings from too many bands to list, along with interviews with Rudi Greenberg (Features Managing Editor at the Washington Post Express), Gordon Sterling (Gordon Sterling and the People, Nappy Riddem, Mary-el Band), Jeffrey Tribble Jr. (Executive Director of The MusicianShip DC), Neel Singh (Dro Electric, Staycation, Skaii) and Nina Goodman (Dc Music Review).

    Set list for the Winter section:
    "Mokuba" by TAUK on January 13 opening up for The Disco Biscuits at The Anthem
    "Saturday's Children" by Circles Around the Sun on January 18th at the 9:30 Club
    "Slaii Dog" and "Sweet Heaven" by Skaii at their debut on January 17 at Bossa Bistro & Lounge
    "Fuscle Munk" by Capital Funk Squad on March 11 at Gypsy Sally's
    "Blaze On" and "Everything's Right" by Trey Anastasio on February 14 at Sixth & I
    "Just to Lie" into "Bone Digger" by Greensky Bluegrass on February 3 at The Anthem
    "Track 05" by Electric Beethoven on February 21 at their tour opener at Gypsy Sally's
    "Todd's Tots" by Spafford on January 25 at Union Stage

    • 2 hr 14 min
    Falling into November: DC SCene-In-Review Podcast

    Falling into November: DC SCene-In-Review Podcast

    The DC Scene-In-Review podcast is back for regular programming! We were on break for a while during summer and the elections, but we're getting back into the swing of things and we have a great episode of November highlights for you. This month features Ghost Light's return to DC, the much-loved, annual Turkey Run by John Kadlecik and Pals, some new music from new bands, and plenty more. As always, Rudi Greenberg of the Washington Post Express will join us to talk about his favorite shows from November and run through upcoming December shows you won't want to miss.

    • 1 hr 32 min
    LOCKN' Scene-In-Review

    LOCKN' Scene-In-Review

    The DC Scene-In-Review podcast returns with a special edition, called LOCKN' Scene-In-Review. We have so much incredible music lined up for you from the 2018 LOCKN' Festival. In addition to all that great music, we'll talk with William Howard from the Judy Chops about the ROCKN' to LOCKN' experience, and Rudi Greenberg of the Washington Post Express joins us later to talk about his latest article previewing all the upcoming fall shows from bands who played LOCKN' that we can look forward to.

    • 1 hr 26 min

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This is a great monthly podcast featuring concert recordings of local DC bands and also national acts performances in DC. Lots of great music jam-packed in each episode with some talk and interviews mixed in. This is a can’t miss podcast for me.

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