TVD Recommends:
The Revivalists at The Hamilton, tonight, 11/14

A revival is defined as the moment of returning to life or consciousness; a return of one’s energy. It can often be associated with one’s faith or a new awakening of sorts. The New Orleans band, The Revivalists, sing true to their name, exuding the spirit of revival to the masses—and tonight for your own revival at the The Hamilton.

TVD Pro Tip: Prior to tonight’s show, The Revivalists are playing a last minute live set at noon today at DC’s Som Records. Grab lunch early and hit up Neal’s shop at 14th and T, NW!

The seven piece band come fully prepared to shake your soul. David Shaw, Ed Williams, Zack Feinberg, Rob Ingraham, George Gekas, Andrew Campanelli and Michael Girardot, create a choir of southern charm and soulful funk.

The Revivalists have been compared to the likes of Kings of Leon and Alabama Shakes, yet unique in their own right. Recently playing at CMJ ay TVD’s own showcase and supporting their Spring release, City of Sound, a record touted as an “energetic, down and dirty,” they are sure to make you stand up and lift your hands in a triumphant celebration.

The Revivalists swing by DC with a long resume, having already played at Voodoo Fest in New Orleans, DeLuna Fest in Florida, B.O.M.B Fest in Connecticut, The Kennedy Center Millennium Stage series in Washington, DC and the legendary New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival.

I don’t anticipate any sitting or stand still patrons at this show, so come on and get your revival on in the middle of the week, you’ll need it! Get there early for the opener, Chicago band, Van Ghost.

This entry was posted in TVD Washington, DC. Bookmark the permalink. Trackbacks are closed, but you can post a comment.
  • SUPPORTING YOUR LOCAL INDIE SHOPS SINCE 2007


  • Alternative Text Alternative Text Alternative Text Alternative Text Alternative Text Alternative Text Alternative Text Alternative Text
  • Alternative Text Alternative Text Alternative Text Alternative Text Alternative Text