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Beloved, admired, and adored host of Wadio Show since Fall 2022 and Local Music Director of WGMU since Fall 2023.

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Jeff Draco Announces Upcoming EP, Attitude

Jeff Draco Announces Upcoming EP, Attitude By: Alexandra Henriques On May 31st, Jeff Draco, a D.C.-based indie-pop artist, released the single “Attitude (I Want More),” alongside the announcement of his upcoming EP, Attitude, dropping September 13th. WGMU had the opportunity to talk to him about his career and the new era he is entering. Jeff …

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She’s ‘Doing It Again, Baby!’ – Girl in Red Concert Preview

She’s ‘Doing It Again, Baby!’ By Graham Boyle …and it’s so good, she had to add a second night. After selling out her first D.C. date in a matter of days, Norwegian singer-songwriter Girl in Red added a second night at the Anthem, taking over The Wharf from April 20-21. The 25-year old will embark …

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Elliot Moss – Concert Preview

Elliot Moss at DC9 Go To This Because We Asked So Nicely – A Concert Preview  By Alexandra Henriques Elliot Moss, an indie-electronic artist based in New York City, will kick off his How I Fell tour in Washington, D.C., on April 17 at DC9 Nightclub. The tour celebrates his newest album of the same …

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Cris Jacobs at Lincoln Theatre: Concert Recap

Cris Jacobs at Lincoln Theatre: Concert Recap By Graham Boyle Photographed by Emily Gill   On the evening of March 28, the seats of Washington D.C.’s Lincoln Theatre were full of people wearing tie dye and drinking beer, awaiting an opening performance from country musician Cris Jacobs before the main set by folk band Kitchen …

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Loving and Fog Lake at DC9: Concert Recap

Loving and Fog Lake at DC9: Concert Recap By Alexandra Henriques Photographed by Alexandra Henriques   On March 19, Loving, with support from Fog Lake, performed a sold-out show at DC9 Nightclub. The venue is nestled into a strip of various eateries, bars, and shops, and is only a five-minute walk from both the Shaw-Howard …

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