There’s still time to nominate local icons for Best of D.C.
To reveal the rhythmatist, click on the face you suspect belongs to the tub-thumper. (And, no, it’s not Chumbawamba.)
How to win a T-shirt:
- Tell us the name of the band. Or…
- Tell us which band member will quit the band, and why. Or…
- Tell us which band member will be fired, and why. Or…
- Tell us something we need to know about the photo.
Answer any or all of those questions to our satisfaction and a stylin’ T-shirt is yours. E-mail your best guess to firstname.lastname@example.org.
LAST WEEK’S MYSTERY BAND (Click link to refresh your memory.)
Our old pal Michael Moe observes:
“It’s the utterly craptastic, undeniably unoriginal, and undoubtedly derivative favorites to tens of pale people worldwide…the moderately threatening (but massively humorous) DARK FUNERAL.“
And, it turns out, he’s absolutely correct. Mike adds a PS: “I actually like DF and some other black metal, but it’s just so damn easy to make fun of them.”
Well, of course. That’s why we’re here. Thanks!
Way-out jazz drummer Paul Motian turns 76 on Sunday, March 25. And James “Diamond” Williams of the smooth-groovin’ Ohio Players turns 57 on Tuesday, March 27. Diamond’s IMDB credits include Being Bobby Brown and the soundtrack to Final Destination 3, which made use of his tune “Love Rollercoaster,” probably, we’re guessing, in an ironic fashion.
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