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9 thoughts on “ Old Friend - Rancid - Black Cat, Washington, Dc, August 18, 2006 (File)

  1. In the early ‘90s, DC suffered from a lack of good concert venues, especially spaces that catered to the area’s underground music scene. Hoping to revive the tradition of independent music in Washington, a group of investors (most of them musicians) opened the Black Cat in September
  2. The Black Cat is a nightclub in Washington, D.C., located on 14th Street Northwest in the Shaw/U Street neighborhood. The club was founded in by former Gray Matter drummer Dante Ferrando, along with a group of investors (including D.C. area native and Nirvana drummer and future Foo Fighters leader Dave Grohl) and quickly established itself as a venue for independent music.
  3. The two bands eventually became close friends and later toured the U.S. and Europe together. In the early s, a similar band from the DC area, The Skunks, asked The Pietasters to play a local ska night at a bar in Georgetown. Soon, they were playing every dive bar in DC, Maryland and Virginia.
  4. Oct 08,  · Rancid were formed in in Berkeley, California, by Matt Freeman and Tim Armstrong, both of whom were former members of Operation Ivy and Downfall (6). Rancid includes Armstrong on guitar and vocals, Freeman on bass and vocals, Brett Reed on drums and Lars Frederiksen on guitar and vocals. Reed left the band in and was replaced by Branden Steineckert, former drummer of The .
  5. Oct 27,  · National Black Cat Day aims to eliminate the stigma by celebrating black cats for the cute, loveable, furry friends they are. Here are five things everyone should know about black cats: In .
  6. Jan 04,  · The case of the black cat of Washington DC has plagued employees of this great building over the last couple of centuries. It has been given the nickname ‘DC’ by workers at the US Capitol building and it always seems to be an omen for tragedy Washington’s Demon Cat.
  7. Located near the heart of the U Street Corridor, Black Cat has earned the acclaim as D.C.'s top venue for indie rock bands since opening its doors in The club's 7, square-foot "Mainstage" has featured big names like Blur, Foo Fighters, Rancid, The Hives, Garbage, The Offspring, Pennywise.
  8. The Black Cat is a nightclub in Washington, DC on 14th Street, NW in the U Street-Cardozo neighborhood, a few blocks from the Club. It is served by the U St/African-Amer Civil War Memorial/Cardozo stop on the Washington Metro. The Black Cat was founded in by a group of investors (mostly musicians, including Dave Grohl of Nirvana and Foo Fighters fame) and quickly .
  9. Save time and avoid hassles with this full-day Washington DC tour that provides priority access to landmarks such as the United States Capitol and the National Archives Building.3/ TripAdvisor reviews.

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