Singer-Songwriter James McCartney Showcases Versatility in Concert
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Danceability has always been a crucial part of pop music throughout the ages, but which decade -- the '80s or the '90s -- had the songs that can still make modern feet move? That very question will be answered in one night at The Fillmore as Biz Markie and several top cover bands curate a stream of hits from both the '80s and '90s. Markie, a beatboxer and rapper known for his 1989 top 10 song "Just a Friend," plays host and DJ while '80s cover band The New Romance and '90s cover band Here's to the Night open and close the lineup with expert renditions of your favorite dance-worthy songs from their respective eras. Hosted by HOT 99.5, Washington, D.C.'s Top 40 and pop radio station, The Fillmore Flashback will prove once and for all which decade had the best tunes. Learn More
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This was my first trip to the Fillmore. It is a nice venue. I knew that it was mainly a standing room only venue, but if you go early, you may be able to score a seat at one of the bar tables scattered about as I did. You can order a drink from...continued
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Listen to a sampler of McCartney’s work.
The release and international success of James McCartney’s debut digital-only EPs, _Available Light _and Close At Hand, introduced a talented singer-songwriter and his music to the world. Now, James McCartney embarks on the next phase of that introduction with his first-ever physical release: _T__he Complete EP Collection_. This special two-disc set produced by David Kahne and Paul McCartney, includes James’ debut EPs in their entirety, along with an additional EP’s worth of five never before released bonus tracks.
The Complete EP Collection is the result of James McCartney working on and off in the studio for over two years. He played most of the instruments, including bass, guitars, and piano — and of course, he sings. “I really wanted to wait until I had the strongest possible collection of songs before introducing them to the world,” said McCartney. “I so believe in this music, and these songs. With the two digital EPs being released earlier this year and now this special two-disc set arriving, I’m right where I’ve hoped I would be.”