Host of Face The Nation & Slate Magazine political correspondent John Dickerson returned to The Hamilton Live as a special guest for last night's live taping of Slate's Culture Gabfest podcast... and he treated us to a surprise rendition of Dylan's "Don't Think Twice It's Alright" on guitar!
Our friends Flow Tribe teamed up with Mannie Fresh in their video for "You Know What It's About," off the upcoming album BOSS. Can't wait to have these NOLA funk masters back to The Hamilton Live in June!
New music from Charlie Worsham is previewing on NPR First Listen this week. Just in time to listen up before he and Brandy Clark join us this Sunday night! Listen below & get your tix before they're gone.
The grass is always greener... well at least in California it is. Check out the new music video from The Band of Heathens that premiered on Rolling Stone Country last month. They'll be back at The Hamilton Live this June.
Wait until the last minute to make Easter plans? Lucky for you, we still have tickets left for 10:00am, 12:30pm, and 3:00pm seatings of our annual Gospel Brunch down in the Live! Featuring performances by Wilbur Johnson & The Gospel Persuaders. Get yours here: [ Ticketf.ly Link ]
If you're a fan of THE BAND, you'll wanna catch The Weight Band when they return to The Hamilton Live this Friday night. Try your chance at winning a pair of tickets from our friends at Thrillcall via the link below.
Philly rockers Low Cut Connie's new single sounds like "the New York Dolls had done a session with Jerry Lee Lewis" according to Rolling Stone. Hear it below and decide for yourself. They're here Monday with Skribe for the first show of our Craft Brew Concert series, presented by Lagunitas Brewing Co.
Next week we launch our Craft Brew Concert series in association with this year's Craft Brewers Conference. Enter to win tickets to Wednesday's Roadkill Ghost Choir show plus a Terrapin Beer Co. prize pack below!
We are proud to announce that John Grace, The Hamilton General Manager, has been nominated for a 2017 RAMMY Award for "Manager of the Year" by Restaurant Association Metropolitan Washington. John is one of five finalists for this prestigious award that will be awarded at The RAMMYS on July 30, 2017.
Veteran of the New York City rock scene Willie Nile sat down with WTOP News recently to talk about Saturday's show here at The Hamilton. He also shared an incredible, never before heard story about being in the same studio as John Lennon the night before he died. Listen to the full interview at the link below!
Sunday night The HillBenders perform their acoustic, bluegrass rendition of The Who's iconic Tommy album. Get a preview earlier that day when they visit the studios of our friends at Bluegrass Country Radio. Set your dial for 105.5 so you don't forget!