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Lori Williams

City Winery 1350 Okie St. NE

With a long and impressive resume, this acclaimed international jazz and soul vocalist is not one to miss.  

$25 – $42

J. Brown

City Winery 1350 Okie St. NE

J.Brown, a Detroit native, is known for his unique sound that he began cultivating at 8 years old when his mother encouraged him to join the church choir. His music has been described as "ageless."  

$25 – $35

The Avalanches

9:30 Club 815 V St. NW, Washington, DC

Join The Avalanches on their long-awaited return to touring nearly 20 years following the release of their critically acclaimed Since I Left You. Their December 2020 album We Will Always Love You aims to fill the shoes of their revered early work.

Rebekah Todd

Pearl Street Warehouse 33 Pearl Street SW, Washington, DC

Hailing from North Carolina, Rebekah Todd crafted her signature “Cosmic Soul Rock” sound generated from influences such as Hiatus Kaiyote and Tedeschi Trucks Band.



Songbyrd Music House 540 Penn St. NE, Washington, DC

Sacramento native SPELLLING draws inspiration from everywhere. She's pointed to soul, pop, R&B, rock, and electronica for her musical inspiration. Her most recent album, The Turning Wheel exemplifies this, as each of these influences have moments in the spotlight.

$16 – $18


9:30 Club 815 V St. NW, Washington, DC

The retro-soul sound created by the Monophonics is rich with complex harmonies, exciting rhythms, and masterful production.



Union Stage 740 Water St. SW, Washington, DC

Growing up in Baltimore, serpentwithfeet found his musical beginnings at the age of 11 when his mother—a choir director—enrolled him in the Maryland State Boychoir. This launched serpentwithfeet's love of choral music, which led to him becoming a classically trained opera singer. Now, much of his music is soul-infused pop. He has collaborated with BROCKHAMPTON, […]

$20 – $40

Jacob Banks

9:30 Club 815 V St. NW, Washington, DC

Established R&B/hip-hop artist Jacob Banks took on new creative directions with his 2021 album For My Friends.  Throughout the album, Banks shows off his musical know-how, as he experiments with rock, piano ballads, electro-pop, and funk—all of which are complimented beautifully by Banks' rich baritone.


Leven Kali

Union Stage 740 Water St. SW, Washington, DC

Tonight, two genre defying musicians take over Union Stage. Independent artist Leven Kali headlines, but first D.C. up and comer, Jru Anthony opens with his music spanning the "funk-soul spectrum."


Thee Sacred Souls

Black Cat 1811 14th St. NW, Washington, DC

This San Diego-based R&B/Soul band describes their music as mixing the easygoing grace of sweet ’60s soul with the grit and groove of early ’70s R&B. But avoid the term "retro"—there's something uniquely modern about their sound.

$20 – $25

Lee Fields and the Expressions

Black Cat 1811 14th St. NW, Washington, DC

With over 40 singles and 20 albums, it is evident that Lee Fields has been doing something right. Now he's coming to Black Cat with his 21st full-length studio album Sentimental Fool. At 71, Fields has had one of the most successful careers in all of modern soul music.