By Erik Maza
The Baltimore Sun
10:19 AM EST, January 25, 2012
The Boss is playing DC this Spring, so is the Bawse. On Tuesday, Rick Ross announced he'll play DAR Constitution Hall February 23.
Ross is promoting new album "God Forgives...I Don't," which was described in the show's press release as "his highly predictable upcoming fifth solo album." Their words...not mine.
Ticket information is not yet available. Ross was last in the region last March, when he performed at 1st Mariner Arena onLil Wayne's American tour.
Pitting fans of Jon Ehrens against Ross', White Life will be at the Ottobar that same night with DDM and Dope Body. Ehrens, who also records under the names Art Department and Repelican, started duo White Life last year.
Its self-titled debut was released in May by Ehse Records. Tickets, at $8, are already on sale.
The Jagermeister Music Tour, which featuresPortugal. The Manand The Lonely Forest, is stopping at Rams Head Live April 19. Jagermeister, "a brand as deeply rooted in music as it is in mythology and lore," has been sponsoring music tours for two decades, according to the press release.
Portugal. The Man released its sixth album, "In the Mountain in the Cloud," last year. Tickets, at $20, go on sale Friday.
The Red Hot Chili Peppers, who'll kick off in their first tour in four years in March, will perform at the Verizon Center May 10. So now you have Van Halen in March, Springsteen in April and Red Hot Chili Peppers in May.
The band is promoting new album "I'm With You," which was released in August. Tickets, starting at $54.90, go on sale Friday. The best news? Opening for the band is SLEIGH BELLS.
The hugely successful Mac Miller - here's our profile from November - is going on tour. He'll perform at the Patriot Center in Fairfax March 31.
Miller, who topped the Billboard charts without the traditional support of radio or a major label, is promoting "Blue Slide Park," his debut.Tickets, starting at $25, go on sale Friday.
Andrew W.K. is going on tour in honor of the 10th anniversary of his major label debut,, "I Get Wet." The 22-city tour wraps up at the 9:30 Club in DC April 1. Ticket information is not yet available.
Death Cab for Cutie is doing a tour of intimate venues and historic theaters that will stop at the Strathmore Center in Bethesda April 30. The band is promoting album "Codes and Keys." Tickets, starting at $54.70, go on sale Friday.
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