Oh He Dead - Lonely (Sometimes) Tour

Oh He Dead - Lonely (Sometimes) Tour

Super City, Friends of Friends, ILL DOOTS

Fri Aug 9

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 8:00 pm

Union Stage

Advance GA $12 | Day of GA $15

This event is all ages

  • Full dinner and drink menu available

Oh He Dead
Oh He Dead
There's a little bit of magic and a whole lot of love in the rock 'n soul band Oh He Dead. Founded in 2014 by Andy Valenti and C.J. Johnson, the now five-piece group creates an "infectious and soulful sound" (The Washington Post) that leaves audience members wanting more of their "deliciously honest, raw, and sexy" music (The Dutch Guy, 2018). The D.C.-based band has captured the hearts of D.C. residents, and the feeling is mutual.

The way in which C.J. "...maneuvers her powerful voice — a combination of Stevie Nicks and Tracy Chapman" (NPR), in conjunction with the deft guitaring of Alex Salser, the arresting harmonies of Andy Valenti, and the soulful rhythm of John Daise (bass) and Adam Ashforth (drums), is quickly garnering national attention. Mixing in healthy doses of classic R&B vibes, funk, and folk, it is no wonder that when attending a show, one can't help but "... bop and sing along with band members to this infectiously groovy tunes." (All Songs Considered.)
Super City
Friends of Friends
Friends of Friends
Friends of Friends is a DC indie band that combines earnest songwriting with unique production, all while running the gamut of the rock genre. With one EP under their belt, and a second coming in early June, Friends of Friends aims to carve out their own unique space in the DC music scene. Their most recent EP sees FOF turning the dial up from their previous release, trading folksy mid-tempo rock for driving guitars, cutting synths, catchy hooks, and tight rhythms, while still maintaining their penchant for sincerity and songcraft. In a live setting, the band’s dynamic show provides something for everyone. Even familiar listeners will enjoy songs they've already heard as arrangements constantly morph and songs rewrite themselves.
ILL DOOTS
Venue Information:
Union Stage
740 Water Street SW
Washington, DC, 20024
http://www.unionstage.com/