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At Roberta's Back in Town, singer-songwriter Roberta Flack will play songs from her newest album, Let It Be Roberta, a Beatles' cover album.
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At Roberta's Back in Town, singer-songwriter Roberta Flack will play songs from her newest album, Let It Be Roberta, a Beatles' cover album.

Oct. 25: Paul Huang, violin
Acclaimed violinist Paul Huang makes his D.C. debut tonight at The Kennedy Center, where he will perform pieces by Beethoven, Ravel, Debussy and more.

Oct. 25: Side FX and Kim Cameron
Billboard Top 40 band Side FX and lead singer Kim Cameron perform at Blues Alley tonight. The jazz and rock-influenced dance-pop band will play songs from their latest album, Spin Me Ever After, which features "an electro club feel" that promises to get you dancing.

Oct. 25-27: NSO Pops: Roberta's Back in Town
Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter Roberta Flack is at The Kennedy Center through Saturday, performing songs from her newest album, Let It Be Roberta, a tribute to The Beatles. At Roberta's Back in Town, you can hear the D.C.-area native's rendition of such classic hits as "Here Comes the Sun" and "Hey Jude," which she infuses with her own blend of folk, soul, and jazz.

Music: "And I Love Her" by Ron Eschete Ensemble on The Beatles Instrumental Jazz Tribute

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