Soul-Gospel Group The Blind Boys of Alabama and Bettye LaVette
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One of the pivotal groups of the East Coast rap scene in the early 1990s, EPMD broke through thanks to classic, head-nodding beats and the playful rhymes of Erick Sermon and Parrish Smith. For years, EPMD captured the sound of New York City with hits like "Strictly Business," "Crossover," "Headbanger" and "You Gots to Chill," while also introducing rap fans to newcomers like Redman and Keith Murray through their Def Squad family. After nearly 30 years, the duo is still going strong and will perform all its jams and some new tracks during this concert at the venerable Howard Theatre. Learn More
We went on a Sunday afternoon. I had not been in that part of DC on the weekend in a long time. There are a lot of places to eat on 14th and U Streets You can find 2 hour parking in the communities in the area. Lots of people were out that evening shopping and eating.Youn Sun Nah & Ulf Wakenius Duo dining • Sep 15 2014 star this tip starred
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I have always heard of the Blind Boys from Alabama, and have enjoyed their music over the years, but this was an awesome experience! Their voices were sharp and their new upbeat tempos and music had everyone on their feet. This is an experience and memory that I wil never forget. I was not as familiar with Bettye LaVette and her music was good but the night belonged to the Blind Boys of Alabama. I hope I will have the honor of seeing them again in the near future. The only downside of the evening was the food. This is my 2nd time attending The Howard Theatre since they reopened and the food is horrible. I had grilled chicken and I couldn't even cut it with a knife. My friends had the crabcakes (which was too spicy) and my other friend had the crab artichoke dip (which was very salty). we tried to get the attention of our waiter but that was a hard task as he was moving so fast we couldn't catch him and when we did, he could barely hear what we were saying. So in the future when attending a show we will just order drinks. Oh, the water was good...
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