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New Orleans-based band Dirty Bourbon River Show fuses rock, jazz, folk, gypsy, and circus styles, among other genres, to create its eclectic sound.
Dirty Bourbon River Show
New Orleans-based band Dirty Bourbon River Show fuses rock, jazz, folk, gypsy, and circus styles, among other genres, to create its eclectic sound.

Apr. 4-Jun. 30: Seeds, Pods and Saplings: The Convergence of Three
The DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities is currently hosting an exhibit of sculpture, paintings, and multimedia work in celebration of the National Cherry Blossom Festival. Seeds, Pods and Saplings: The Convergence of Three runs through June 30 at The Gallery at 200 I Street in Southeast.

Apr. 4: Hiroya Tsukamoto
Guitarist and songwriter Hiroya Tsukamoto is playing at The Hill Chapel in New Market, Maryland tonight at 7:30. Originally from Japan, the acoustic artist combines American folk music with Japanese influences.

Apr. 4: Dirty Bourbon River Show
Dirty Bourbon River Show is playing a free concert at Hill Country BBQ in Northwest tonight. You can check out the New Orleans-based band's unique blend of gypsy brass circus rock starting at 8:30 p.m.

Music: "From Coast to Coast" by Hiroya Tsukamoto

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