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If you frequent Wolf Trap shows or Kennedy Center performances, you may think of D.C. audiences as somewhat subdued. But is Washington –a home of go-go and punk music- really that uptight when it comes to experiencing live performances? It depends on who you ask and where you look. Bandwidth.fm editor Ally Schweitzer and two members of D.C.’s local music scene join us to discuss.
- Ally Schweitzer Editor, WAMU 88.5's Bandwidth
- Michelle Blackwell Go-go performer, @ChelleBwell
- Dante Ferrando Owner and promoter, Black Cat
Are Music Audiences In D.C. More Subdued Than Others?
Michelle Blackwell At The Howard Theatre
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