IN-STUDIO ALERT: The Walking Sticks (DC), Friday April 11th, 3 PM

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This Friday, The Walking Sticks (DC) will grace the WRGW studios in the basement of the Marvin Center for a very special in-studio performance, before they head over the The Rock and Roll Hotel to headline a kick-ass local bill with The Sea Life and Brenda.

The performance will air on DC Live with Jordan Grobe at 3 PM, and can be streamed at http://www.gwradio.com/, through the TuneIn app/website, and on iTunes.

Originally from Silver Spring, MD, the Walking Sticks have blended their folk roots with dreamy synths and intoxicating vocals to create beautiful, dynamic pop music. Consisting of brothers Max and Spencer Ernst and singer Chelsea Lee, the band has exploded over the past year, playing all kinds of venues and expanding their local and national fan base. Their dream pop sound and vivid instrumentation guarantees an engaging, lively performance – whether they’re on the radio or on stage.

Check out their video for Send The Night.

Tickets and more information for their Rock and Roll Hotel show can be found here.

The Walking Sticks will also be playing at The Lot at Union Kitchen on April 26th, with Baby Bry Bry, Haile Supreme and Sun Cycle. This FREE show is co-sponsored by WRGW and Brightest Young Things. For more information click here.

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Published by: Quinn Myers

Quinn Myers is the Music Director at WRGW and a journalism major at George Washington University in Washington, D.C. A seeker of the hot n' spicy, he can usually be found in the campus radio station, napping. After college, he hopes to write long articles on dead musicians. Email him at qmyers@gwmail.gwu.edu.

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