The singer-guitarist from Niger played ecstatic vamps before a packed house.
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In addition to styles native to Mali, sounds from Senegal and Nigeria could also be heard.
The duo has spent a decade running away from their early hits but maintains a devoted fan base.
The group underlined ’60s, ’70s and ’80s sounds with gags and video projections.
Frontman Dan Bejar kept the chitchat to a minimum but the volume at maximum.
The elegant alt-rockers embrace a dirtier sound at the Anthem.
At her D.C. concert, she was at her best in quiet tunes recalling the weepy good old days.
Tommy Lepson, Ron Holloway and the Root Boy Slim All Stars bring the boogie to Bethesda.
Punk and girl-group pop mixed with personal reminiscences from singer Kathleen Hanna.
Musicians from the Congo hit the Lubber Run Amphitheater stage on Saturday.