Update: Merriweather Post Pavilion has announced its second show of the season: Lady Antebellum, the hugely successful pop-country trio.
The band, out with "Own the Night," which was released last year, will perform May 20. Darius Rucker, the guy formerly known as Hootie and a headliner at Pier Six a couple of years ago, opens. Tickets, starting at $40, go on sale Friday.
Common will be at Sound Garden Thursday to sign autographs.
The Baltimore R&B singer and rapper has a couple of projects out, starting with his autobiography, "One Day, It'll All Make Sense;" a recently released album, "The Dreamer, the Believer;" and a collaboration with rapper Nas that is scheduled to be released sometime this year. His appearance at Sound Garden is set for 5:30 p.m. Admission is free.
Nickelback is back on tour to promote new album "Here and Now," which was released in November. They've enlisted 90s alternative rock bands Bush and Seether as support.
The long-running tour that enlists some of the country's best guitarists to pay tribute to Jimi Hendrix will hit the Music Center at Strathmore March 6.
Jonny Lang and Susan Tedeschi spoke to the Sun about the concert when it played Baltimore's Hippodrome last year. While Tedeschi won't be at Bethesda, the bill includes Lang, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Dweezil Zappa and Brad Whitford of Aerosmith. Tickets, starting at $55, are already on sale.
Sleigh Bells will release its highly anticipated sophomore album in February - here's the first single, appropriately titled, "Comeback Kid."
To promote the album, they'll be performing at the 9:30 Club February 16. Tickets, at $25, are already on sale.
'Curb Your Enthusiasm' actors are on the road while Larry David decides if he wants to do another season. J.B. Smoove was at the 9:30 Club last week, and Jeff Garlin, who plays Larry's agent, will be at the Lincoln Theatre in DC April 18.
The show is part of a night of comedy and music that will also feature Guster. The alternative rock band's last batch of new material, the "On the Ocean" EP, was released last August. Tickets, at $35, are already on sale.