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We found 3 episodes of For Songs with the tag “#dc”.
Episode 24: A Conversation with Sandra the Pie Lady
March 26th, 2021 | Season 1 | 20 mins
#bars, #dc, #music, #pandemic, #pielady, #pieshop, #pieshopdc, #saveourstages
We’ve chronicled how hard the last year has been on the musicians, but what about the independent venue owners? So many have closed, and others are barely hanging on. Washington offered some hope in recent stimulus legislation, but will it be too late? In this episode, I speak with Sandra the Pie Lady, owner of the Pie Shop, a small live venue in Washington. Sandra talks about the last year, the struggles, and how the community has fought back and given her and others some much-needed hope. Listen in, and order some pies! www.pieshopdc.com
Episode 16: Another Word from Our Sponsor--The Pug
December 11th, 2020 | Season 1 | 18 mins 38 secs
#bars, #dc, #music, #pandemic, #playlists, #saveourstages, #spotify, #thepug, #virus
DC-based restaurant and bar owner Tony T of @thepugDC joins the show again to catch us up on the latest in DC #COVID19 news, its impact on local businesses and jobs (hint—it’s not good), and what not to joke about with your server if you are eating out these days. But most important, Tony dishes about music and how he creates playlists as a means to keep patrons in their seats at the bar. Yep, there’s a secret to it! So listen, find Tony’s latest playlists on Spotify and play along!
Episode 13: A Word from Our Sponsor--The Pug
November 18th, 2020 | Season 1 | 11 mins 49 secs
#bars, #dc, #music, #pandemic, #saveourstages, #thepug, #virus
Meet Tony T, owner of For Songs’ sponsor, the Pug, a bar on H St NE in Washington. Like many bars and restaurants in the area and around the country, the Pug has been closed since March. In this special edition of For Songs, we talk with Tony about how he’s been holding up and hanging on these last several months. What’s it like to own a bar that voluntarily shut down eight months ago, thinking and hoping the worst would pass, only to see the virus rage on stronger than ever as we enter the winter. What will it take to hold on? And how can you help the Pug and similarly situated venues? Find out by listening in…