Early in the ZZ Top show Tuesday night at Wolf Trap – between “Gimme All Your Lovin’” and “I’m Bad, I’m Nationwide” – Billy Gibbons paused to address the audience.
John Fogerty started his Monday night show at Pier Six Pavilion with archival footage of the then-24-year-old Creedence Clearwater Revival leader singing “Born on the Bayou” in his distinctive howl. Then the 70-year-old man strode out into 2015, picking up the vocal in that remarkable voice that's...
Brian Setzer hunched over his boxy Gretsch hollowbody – feet spread, hair hanging over his eyes – and pulled out a twangy burst of notes. His hot Rockabilly Riot band – second guitar, standup bass and drums – thumped a freight train rhythm. “Blue Moon of Kentucky” was leaving the station, and all...
A trip that began in Baltimore ended Monday morning with two men dressed as women in a stolen SUV careening toward the entrance to National Security Agency headquarters, where police opened fire, killing one and wounding the other.
Twenty-two members of a mobile Army medical laboratory are returning to Aberdeen Proving Ground after four months fighting Ebola in West Africa.
Vice President Joe Biden, whose planned visit to Baltimore last month was postponed in advance of the first major snowstorm to strike the region this season, is now planning to come next Monday, the White House said.
Cambridge native James A. Adkins joined the Army in 1975. In the ensuing decades, he studied Russian, earned a commission, and served Cold War-era assignments in the infantry, the cavalry and intelligence.
Matthew Hay Brown, senior editor for national news and enterprise at The Sun, contributes music reviews to Midnight Sun. He last reviewed Queen with Adam Lambert at Merriweather Post Pavilion last July. On Friday evening, he saw The Smithereens at Annapolis' Rams Head on Stage and had this report: