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Location: The Hamilton Live 600 14th St NW Washington, DC. | Start: 2019-07-03 20:00:00 End:
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Hamilton Loft...9 PM....our debut... https://live.thehamiltondc.com/

Location: The Hamilton Live 600 14th St NW Washington, DC. | Start: 8/17/2019 9:00:00 PM End:
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Satisfaction/The International Rolling Stones Show" is the international touring tribute show to the World's Greatest Rock & Roll Band. This Billboard & Pollstar listed show is now celebrating their 16th Anniversary in production with over 3000 performances listed to its credit. This highly acclaimed production showcases the most authentic cast & costuming of its kind. The likes of Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and cast bring a colorful performance to 50 years of classic hits. Featured in Rolling Stone, Showbiz Magazine, Las Vegas Today, CBS Sunday Morning news and hundreds of national newspapers, magazines, television & radio as the worlds greatest show honoring the Rolling Stones and their legacy. HIGHLIGHTS: In 2005 the production became the first ever Rolling Stones show to debut on the Las Vegas strip to outstanding reviews. The show was also a featured artist on national television news in the 2007 CBS News/New York special on the rising popularity of the tribute industry. For 2008 the show was chosen by Paramount Pictures and the IMAX Corporation to help promote the new Rolling Stones concert film Shine a Light by Martin Scorsese throughout the USA. In 2010 the show received their highest accolades ever as they were approved by the Rolling Stones to perform long term engagements with the Walt Disney Corporation. They also embarked on their first ever tour of Russia with sold out shows in Moscow and St. Petersburg in November. Their 2012/2013 was in honor of The Rolling Stones 50th Anniversary. Their latest project debuted in 2014 entitled "Gimme Abbey". It is a Broadway style production complete with multi media featuring The Beatles and The Rolling Stones in concert together in 1969. Rolling Stone magazine: "One of the best tribute shows in the world" Las Vegas Sun: "Shined just like the real Stones on the strip" Showbiz Magazine: "They have you in the aisles like Jumping Jack Flash" CBS News New York: A must-see.get SATISFACTION! Washington Post: Satisfaction is a spot-on portrayal to the Rolling Stones Please visit www.rollingstoneshow.com for more information.

Location: The Hamilton Live 600 14th St NW Washington, DC. | Start: 8/23/2019 7:30:00 PM End:
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Whether seen on HBOs Treme or at their legendary Tuesday night gig at The Maple Leaf, Grammy-winning Rebirth Brass Band is a true New Orleans institution. Formed in 1983 by the Frazier brothers, the band has evolved from playing the streets of the French Quarter to playing festivals and stages all over the world. While committed to upholding the tradition of brass bands, they have also extended themselves into the realms of funk and hip-hop to create their signature sound. Rebirth can be precise whenever it wants to, says The New York Times, but its more like a party than a machine. Its a working model of the New Orleans musical ethos: as long as everybody knows what theyre doing, anyone can cut loose. In the wake of the sometimes-stringent competition among New Orleans brass bands, Rebirth is the undisputed leader of the pack, and they show no signs of slowing down.Following the Grammy-winning Rebirth of New Orleans, Rebirth Brass Band is at it again with Move Your Body, an infectious, groove-laden collection of hip-shakers sure to saturate the dance floor. Rollicking originals like "Who's Rockin, Who's Rollin'"? and "Take 'Em to the Moon" reaffirm the band's position as head of the brass throne while the rasta-esque "On My Way" and leave-nothing-to-the-imagination lyrics of "HBNS" showcase the unit's talent for penning unabashed party starters. Boasting a mastery of Rebirth's signature "heavy funk" sound, Move Your Body pushes and swings, leaving behind an 11 track thumbprint, approved by the Frazier brothers themselves, of a sultry Tuesday night spent dancing on their home court at the Maple Leaf Bar in New Orleans.

Location: The Hamilton Live 600 14th St NW Washington, DC. | Start: 11/2/2019 10:30:00 PM End:
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with Opening Act TBA Whether seen on HBOs Treme or at their legendary Tuesday night gig at The Maple Leaf, Grammy-winning Rebirth Brass Band is a true New Orleans institution. Formed in 1983 by the Frazier brothers, the band has evolved from playing the streets of the French Quarter to playing festivals and stages all over the world. While committed to upholding the tradition of brass bands, they have also extended themselves into the realms of funk and hip-hop to create their signature sound. Rebirth can be precise whenever it wants to, says The New York Times, but its more like a party than a machine. Its a working model of the New Orleans musical ethos: as long as everybody knows what theyre doing, anyone can cut loose. In the wake of the sometimes-stringent competition among New Orleans brass bands, Rebirth is the undisputed leader of the pack, and they show no signs of slowing down.Following the Grammy-winning Rebirth of New Orleans, Rebirth Brass Band is at it again with Move Your Body, an infectious, groove-laden collection of hip-shakers sure to saturate the dance floor. Rollicking originals like "Who's Rockin, Who's Rollin'"? and "Take 'Em to the Moon" reaffirm the band's position as head of the brass throne while the rasta-esque "On My Way" and leave-nothing-to-the-imagination lyrics of "HBNS" showcase the unit's talent for penning unabashed party starters. Boasting a mastery of Rebirth's signature "heavy funk" sound, Move Your Body pushes and swings, leaving behind an 11 track thumbprint, approved by the Frazier brothers themselves, of a sultry Tuesday night spent dancing on their home court at the Maple Leaf Bar in New Orleans.

Location: The Hamilton Live 600 14th St NW Washington, DC. | Start: 11/1/2019 8:00:00 PM End:
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with Jackson Dean & The Outsiders

Location: The Hamilton Live 600 14th St NW Washington, DC. | Start: 9/21/2019 8:00:00 PM End:
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Location: The Hamilton Live 600 14th St NW Washington, DC. | Start: 9/7/2019 10:30:00 PM End:
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with Hunter Phelps The sound is big. The towns are small. And the name is HARDY.Big Loud artist HARDY grew up on classic rock in Philadelphia, Miss., a town of about 7,500 in the country setting of Neshoba County. So when fans hear the music on his four-song EP for the label, This Ole Boy, they're getting the real deal. The songs are bold and proud, the voice is commanding and the lyrics are centered on farms, in the backwoods and mostly in America's heartland."I love that lifestyle, and that's what I want to talk about," he says unapologetically. "I'm not really a love song dude. If I'm going down that road, it's a song like This Ole Boy' where it's a redneck-in-love kind of thing. People that are like me, or people who still live in small towns, still love that and want to hear that. That's why I'm who I am as an artist."HARDY's artistic identity is notably focused on This Ole Boy. His voice is gritty in "4x4," soulful in the background vocals of "This Ole Boy" and edgy in the stack of HARDY harmonies in "Rednecker." The productions' mix of swamp rock and country walks a line between strutting sarcasm and communal congeniality. And the incessant word play - where else does "quatro" rhyme with "macho?" - marks HARDY as a smart guy with an uncommon sense of humor.Some of those traits are a direct result of his songwriting prowess. HARDY moved to Nashville to pursue the elusive art of matching words with chords and melodies, and 2018 became a breakthrough year for him. He was one of three writers on the Morgan Wallen/Florida Georgia Line collaboration "Up Down," a #1 platinum-selling country single built on HARDY's original idea: "We live it up down here." He snagged another hit as a co-writer of FGL's "Simple." And he took part in Seth Ennis' "Call Your Mama," a lump-in-your-throat ballad that started its chart journey in fall 2018.In fact, HARDY was so focused on writing that he didn't really pursue his budding recording career. It actually came looking for him. FGL's Tyler Hubbard and the duo's producer, Joey Moi, were both convinced there was a place for his talent in the marketplace and offered to help him make it happen.Perhaps unintentionally - perhaps on purpose - FGL helped him say yes by putting HARDY on stage three different times during its 2018 summer tour. He hit the road several weekends to write with the duo, and they brought him out to take Wallen's "Up Down" part at the Country Stampede in Manhattan, Kansas; the Country LakeShake in Chicago; and the Iowa State Fair in Des Moines. HARDY was amped and animated in the role, as if he'd been playing in front of thousands for years. And the crowd reaction sealed the deal."Playing those places and those people singing back to you, that whole thing put it in perspective," he says. "That is an incredible feeling. It's just unexplainable."Fortunately, HARDY comes to the table as an artist with a strong view of who he is, thanks to his experiences in Mississippi. Philadelphia spawned two previous country music successes - Grand Ole Opry member Marty Stuart and songwriter/producer Derek George (Bryan White, Randy Houser) - and they certainly showed it was possible to make it in the business. But HARDY's original exposure to music came from his dad, who consistently had classic rock blasting when he took his son on the 15-mile commute from the house to the family's chicken farm and back. HARDY pitched in on a job that was brutal to the senses - "I don't even think I could go in a chicken house now," he says - but he learned the value of hard work. And the exposure to smart hooks and distinct musical identities of the music his father listened to made a permanent imprint."I like Pink Floyd a lot," HARDY says. "They're my favorite band. Thanks to my dad, I loved The Wall and Dark Side of the Moon growing up, and once I got older, I realized how metaphorical and parallel their writing is, and how you understand it. I really appreciate, in all genres, creativity that sonically nobody has ever heard before."His dad took him to his first two concerts - Aerosmith, in Birmingham, Alabama, in 1999; and KISS, in Jackson, Mississippi, in 2000 - but when HARDY wrote his first song at age 18, it set him on the path toward making music a vocation. That initial composition, "Caroline," had the singer meeting a girl in a grocery store and obsessing about her, even though he would never encounter her again."It was just so simple and not thought out," he says with a laugh. "There were little holes in the storyline. It's interesting to think about it looking back now."But it got a reaction. His parents, of course, liked it. And when he played it for a few classmates at junior college, they liked it, too. HARDY started playing it at parties and creating a little buzz, though it was the only song he knew. That spurred him to write a few more.When he heard Eric Church's "Homeboy," HARDY realized that rock had found a new home in country music, and it created a deeper appreciation for the genre, which had always been there in the background in Philadelphia.Meanwhile, HARDY's sister - Nashville makeup artist Madison Hardy Dennis - was going to school at Music City's Belmont University, and when he visited her in February 2010, the experience was life-changing."Music was everywhere - I had no idea," he remembers. "That's when I found out about publishing deals and that you could make a living writing songs. That was over one weekend, so when I went back home I told my mom, 'Hey, I'm moving to Nashville.'"HARDY enrolled in the Recording Industry Management program at Middle Tennessee State University and majored in songwriting, mentored by instructor Rick Carnes, who composed Garth Brooks' "Longneck Bottle," The Whites' "Hangin' Around" and Reba McEntire's "Can't Even Get The Blues." HARDY periodically posted performances of his own songs on social media, and another relative - Dennis Matkosky, first cousin to HARDY's grandfather - reached out. Matkosky was an established songwriter, known for Michael Sembello's "Maniac," Keith Urban's "You'll Think Of Me" and LeAnn Rimes' "I Need You." Matkosky liked HARDY's work, and within a few months, he signed HARDY to his own independent publishing company.HARDY met FGL's Tyler Hubbard at a parking lot party on Music Row in 2012, right as "Cruise" was being released, and didn't see him again for several years. In the meantime, HARDY landed cuts by Tyler Farr and Walker McGuire, and when he got a chance to start writing with FGL at their concert sites on the road, his acquaintance with Hubbard turned into a full-fledged friendship. Beginning in January 2017, he was a frequent sidekick on tour, writing with them on their bus during the day before their concerts. In fact, "Throwback" - the newest song on This Ole Boy - was written on the bus at the Iowa State Fair in August 2018, just weeks before the EP's release.The release provides a strong base point for HARDY as an artist, representative of the hard-edged music, the easy-going people and the slow-changing nature of the world at the heart of a rural community."A lot of where I pull from is just being from a small town," he says. "People live a little slower and a little more behind, whether that's a good thing or bad thing."With This Ole Boy, HARDY provides a solid opening salvo to establish himself as an artist, honed in on the sounds and stories at the core of his Southern heritage. But it's just a starting point, a place to launch an artist whose combination of country imagery, Southern rock sounds and blue-collar vocals is intrinsically relatable."This stuff is my favorite and the most true to me," he says, "but we will mix it up along the way, slowly but surely. I don't want to scare anybody off, but we'll give a taste here and there and hopefully by the end it will be a well-rounded sound."A big sound. About small towns. A HARDY representation.

Location: The Hamilton Live 600 14th St NW Washington, DC. | Start: 10/19/2019 8:00:00 PM End:
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with Opening Act TBA Often referred to as The Godfather of British Blues, John Mayall has an impressive musical career that spans over 50 years. The English blues singer, pianist, harmonica player, guitarist, and songwriter founded the band, John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers in the 1960sa band whose members included many celebrated blues and blues rock guitarists, such as: Eric Clapton, Peter Green, Jack Bruce, Mick Taylor, Walter Trout, Coco Montoya and Buddy Whittington. Attracted by the West Coast climate and culture, Mayall then made his permanent move from England to Los Angeles in 1969 and began forming bands with American musicians. Throughout the next three decades, Mayall became further revered for his many jazz/rock/blues innovations featuring such notable performers as Blue Mitchell, Red Holloway, Larry Taylor, and Harvey Mandel. Mayalls popularity continued with a succession of dynamic albums including the Grammy-nominated Wake Up Call that featured guest artists Buddy Guy, Mavis Staples, Albert Collins and Mick Taylor. In 2008 Mayall made the decision to permanently retire the Bluesbreakers name and in 2009 started a new era of touring with band members Rocky Athas on guitar, Jay Davenport on drums and Greg Rzab on bass. They toured together for over seven years, averaging about 100 shows a year, and are featured players on Johns last four studio albums. John has also recently released a couple of never before heard live albums from 1967 featuring Peter Green, John McVie and Mick Fleetwood, which along with the new studio albums have been enthusiastically received by critics and fans alike. In August 2016 there was another big shift when thunderstorms prevented Rocky Athas from attending a festival, compelling John, Greg and Jay to perform as a trio. The sound they came up with lent an amazing new slant to Johns music and he made the bold decision to move to the trio format. They have toured the USA, India and Europe in this format, and have had enthusiastic responses from audiences everywhere. A sample of the fireworks they create onstage was released in February entitled Three For the Road. Recorded in Germany in 2016, this live CD has been very well received, garnering excellent reviews!Always one step ahead, John has now hired a new member to be added to all live shows starting in May. Her well-known name is Carolyn Wonderland and she will be the first ever woman to hold the position of lead guitarist in any of Johns bands. She will also be one of the featured guitar players on Johns next studio album that will also feature Todd Rundgren, Joe Bonamassa and Larry McCray on selected cuts. The road continues!

Location: The Hamilton Live 600 14th St NW Washington, DC. | Start: 8/22/2019 7:30:00 PM End:
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Emmy-nominated, UNESCO American Music Innovator award-winning Gangstagrass brings their infectiously melodic sound to The Hamilton Live.

Location: The Hamilton Live 600 14th St NW Washington, DC. | Start: 8/24/2019 8:00:00 PM End:
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with Opening Act TBA Mipso is born from North Carolinas broad range of disparate musical influences, their distinctly unique sound an undeniable alchemy of the historical musical traditions of the rural south and their progressive home of Chapel Hill.A discernible and rising force in the upstart musical genre known as Americana, Mipsos music is lush and forward moving. A tender, harmony-laden river runs through the bands core, but the rocky outcroppings change with every album outing. Appalachia melds with modern alt-country, hints of folk-rock are leavened with a sly and subversive sense of humor, and underneath it all is a genuine and moving passion for the ever-evolving traditions of Americana. With the recent release of the bands fifth album, Edges Run (April 2018/Anti-Fragile Music), Mipso continues the complex dance of looking back and moving forward with grace and beauty.

Location: The Hamilton Live 600 14th St NW Washington, DC. | Start: 8/29/2019 7:30:00 PM End:
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