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"Mamma Mia" here they go again! Take a chance on this ultimate tribute band that recreates the look and sound of the world's most phenomenal pop ensemble.
Country-pop trio with a fiery rock 'n' roll edge whose streak of No. 1 singles includes "If I Die Young" and "Better Dig Two."
Smooth, soulful hits from genre-busting saxophonist Boney James and sensual R&B crooner Eric Benét.
Extraordinary "Rock and Roll Band" with enduring guitar-driven anthems and "Smokin'" harmonies that spark "More Than a Feeling."
In a world of female belters and ingénue sopranos, two talented musical theater "brothers," Stephen Gregory Smith and Chris Sizemore, try to find common ground based on beer, high notes and pure male testosterone.
World-class musicians take one giant leap through the entirety of Pink Floyd's concept album and other hits from the seminal band.
Grammy Award-winning "Bubbly" pop star charms with carefree tunes such as "Realize" and "Brighter Than the Sun." Don't miss Caillat's June EP release, Gypsy Heart – Side A, including "Try," co-written with R&B legend Kenneth "Babyface" Edmonds.
With a "fanatical attention to detail" (Rolling Stone), this ultimate Grateful Dead tribute band has been "Truckin'" on a long, strange trip to resurrect the spirit and sound of psychedelic rockers
It's a "Great Day" to sing and dance "Just Like a Rockstar" with Kiki, Marina, Twist, and Shout from Nick Jr.'s sensational TV band!
Irresistibly catchy and chart-topping jams by three princes of pop rock.
"On Broadway" icon, jazz guitarist, and silky-smooth singer jams on funky favorites ranging from pop to bebop.
Get ready to rumba to the explosive guitar rhythms of flamenco's reigning royal family!
Power ballads and melodic hard rock—including "Barracuda" and "Alone"—from ultimate "Magic" women who've released 20 unforgettable Top 40 singles.
Multiplatinum vocalist charms with inspirational pop ballads and lush arias including "You Raise Me Up," "You're Still You," and "You Are Loved."
Bring the kids and join in the fun as the talented Helen Hayes Award winning actress/singer Lauren Williams leads an evening of Disney song favorites (including the smash hit Frozen!), familiar summer camp and popular songs that the whole family will enjoy, and some that you can even get up and dance to!
Grammy-winning jazz master Wynton Marsalis and an all-star orchestra hailed as the "finest big band in the world today."—The Daily Telegraph
Texas's beloved "Cowboy Man" and his all-star band blend wry humor with blues, gospel, and swing for an eclectic alt-country songbook.
Spellbinding orchestral arrangements from an intimate country/rock Grammy winner's new album, Songs From The Movie.
Chain & the Gang is led by Svenonius, the prime mover behind the bands Nation of Ulysses and The Make-Up, and author of two books, Psychic Soviet and Supernatural Strategies for Making a Rock 'n' Roll Group, not to mention online talk show host and auteur filmmaker. The band deals in a new genre called CRIME ROCK that updates rock 'n' roll, blues, and gospel music or vocal quartets from the late 50s /early 60s for the discerning few. As Ian himself puts it: "If asked about it by a prospective fan, I would say 'Watch out; it might hurt your feelings.' Or 'Be careful...there's no telling what might happen if you put it in your ear.'" Why? Because Chain & The Gang isn't for everyone. It's not designed for the victims of Ikea who rely on robots to choose their background muzak, but it can also prove to be addictive and has some disturbing side effects.
The Lentils are former Happy Jawbone mastermind Luke Csehak's new project. Bizarre and quirky pop with hooks from this Brattleboro Vermont-based group.
In Boston's smoky basements and smaller rock clubs, Fat Creeps have played tirelessly over the past year, surfacing as one of the city's best new bands, with their dark, grungy riffs and distant harmonies. Their self-titled, self-released debut EP — released last month — teeters between the moodier, Mazzy Star-inspired end of the dreamy garage-pop spectrum, and snappier, deadpan grrrl-punk moments. It's one of the most promising debuts I've heard recently.
"Hard-charging bluegrass with sweetly sung acoustic pop" (The New York Times) by a Grammy-winning trio and a singer/songwriter's heartfelt Americana.
Spellbinding live music with song and dance reveal the essence of flamenco at its most authentic.
Miramar brings nostalgic love songs to a new generation. They revive the bolero, a traditional Latin American song form, by following in the footsteps of the great Puerto Rican troubadours of the 1950's and 60's. They perform a mix of original and classic tunes drawing upon such great artist as Sylvia Rexach, Felipe 'La Voz' Rodriguez and duo Irizarry de Cordova. A portion of Miramar's repertoire also includes Portuguese and Greek pieces that emerged from similar international song movements that paralleled the Latin American bolero revolution.
Yeni Nostalji is a music group based in Richmond, Virginia. Their mission is to share timeless music and performances inspired by Turkish pop of the 1960's and 70's. Founded by singer Christina Marie, who initially joined forces with Turkish American guitarist Evrim Doğu and keyboardist Jeff London. "I believe that we were brought together for a reason," Christina says. "This is my calling. To help preserve the spirit of the music coming from Turkey during these decades."
The CooLots are the original all female Rock and Soul band hailing from the Washington, DC area. A melting pot of different styles and talents, The CooLots come together to create feelings never experienced before. These creations embody sincerity, musicality, rock, funk, and soul, with influences including: N.E.R.D, Me'Shell N'Degeocello, Sade, Staind, Erykah Badu, Kanye West and System of A Down. You can hear all these influences on The CooLots EP - their debut effort, released January 7th, 2014.
What do you call a musical gumbo that recalls the ancestral strut and joie de vivre of the New Orleans' Tremé, the drama and ecstasy of the church's wailing floor, and the suited-up sophistication of jazz threaded with the party funk of Parliament? What do you name sounds that hail from Africa, Brazil, the Caribbean, and the red dirt South all at once? How do you label music that simultaneously evokes all of the uncontainable energies and passions exploding from so many disparate musical legacies? Here we call it Water Seed. Funk is a feeling, a groove, and a vibration. Funk is a state of mind. And Chocolate City, as DC is affectionately known, is home to some of the world's thickest funk vibes.
The Good Thing is a funk band from the Nation's Capital; soul, rock and blues can also be heard in their unique sound. Featuring lead vocalist and bassist Kim Jade Fry, the Good Thing came to get down!
Contemporary ballet, indie rock, and stunning film from Pacific Northwest Ballet, Band of Horses, and Oregon Ballet Theatre.
Boundary-pushing jazz quintet meets genre-hopping pop pianist and songwriter behind '80s hit "The Way It Is"
Audiences will be treated to a tempest of talent when Sherri Edelen Simpson, Rachel Zampelli and Felicia Curry present an evening of iconic musical theater featuring songs that brought together just the right singer, with just the right songwriter to create a "perfect storm."
Sizzling bilingual bachata and pop combine in "the most successful breakout Latin act in recent years."—Billboard magazine
Supercharged pop vocalist won't be dancing on her own when she's joined by a hypnotic synth duo for an electric evening of hard-hitting beats.
Nimble-fingered Mexican guitar duo presents rhythmically supercharged instrumentals, with influences ranging from heavy metal to salsa.
With emotional ballads and ethereal vocals, this Grammy-winning "Angel" has become "pop's voice of compassion and consolation" (The New York Times).
An original tribute celebrating Stephen Sondheim and Signature Theatre's special partnership over the last 25 years. With special permission from Sondheim himself, this completely new revue created by Artistic director Eric Schaeffer and David Loud plays only at Signature and will never be seen again.
Whether you'd like to race "Into the Woods" with "Sweeney Todd" and a few "Assassins", enjoy "A Little Night Music" at the "Follies" on a "Saturday Night", or simply relish a "Sunday in the Park with George", you'll be in good Company when six Signature favorites and a gorgeous 16-piece orchestra take the stage to honor the genius himself, Stephen Sondheim.
Maria, the Von Trapp family, and even the lonely goatherd are back to bring you a few of your favorite things: the classic film shown on huge screens with lyrics and an unforgettable costume contest.
Nationally featured trio and Creative Cauldron favorites, Three for a Song, Karin Paludan, soprano, Doug Bowles, tenor and Alex Hassan, pianist will treat audiences to "The Greatest Songs You've Never Heard" an evening of exciting, recently re-discovered songs and beloved familiar tunes from the 1920s and 30s.
Globally acclaimed composer whose epic orchestrations fuse otherworldly synthesized sound with gorgeous instrumentation.
World's most famous cellist stirs the imagination with expressive performances that have earned him more than 15 Grammy Awards and the Presidential Medal of Freedom