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DCW’s Weekend Opening Act 5-25-2018

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WASHINGTON, D.C. - This weekend's Opening Act is The Fuss, a dynamic ska, rocksteady, and early reggae band from Washington, D.C.

Their sound pays tribute to the music of 1960’s Jamaica and the British Mod scene, while putting modern slant on these timeless styles. The group is comprised of 3-part female harmonies, a 3-piece horn section, and 4-piece rhythm section.

Since the band formed in 2014 and they’ve had the pleasure of sharing the stage with bands such as The Skatalites, The Toasters, The Pietasters, Eastern Standard Time, The Interrupters, Save Ferris, Steady 45’s, and many more.

The band performed at The Dew Drop Inn, a housed in a rustic stone industrial building that used to be the workspace for stonemasons and metal workers. They are open seven days a week, with a traditional bar menu and a  happy hour that includes $2 off all draft beers, wines by the glass and all spirits. DJs are featured on Friday and Saturday nights. Don’t miss their monthly Full Moon Freakout specials!

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