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Monday. Back to the grind. Have to wear real pants. At least it only happens once a week. So, tips on how to beat the Monday blues: Strong coffee. Donuts. Or bacon, if you're into that. Be positive. Make someone happy. Come out to party! Unwind and feel fine with the Oxymorons tomorrow night as we take the Blues Monday stage at Republic, a new neighborhood bistro in Takoma Park. Dine at this seafood-centric American eatery with an oyster bar, and enjoy a bluesier-than normal Oxymorons show. Shake up your Monday routine and check out this cool new spot for live music.
New venue for the Oxymorons, psyched to play here, cover and additional details TBD.
Happy New Year Morons Fans! We hope your 2015 is off to a rollicking start! Keep the celebration going this Saturday as the Oxymorons return to the fabulous Clyde's of Chevy Chase! Resolve to hear some great music, connect with friends, and pay absolutely no cover charge in the classy downstairs Race Bar. Ring in the new year with the Oxymorons eclectic party groove mix of rock/funk/blues.
As you bask in the afterglow of your Thanksgiving feast, mark your calendars for another cornucopia of sensory delights…. Come out next Friday, December 5, as the Oxymorons bring their smorgasbord of sounds to the ¡fabuloso El Golfo Restaurante in Silver Spring. Head on out after work for an early show at this fine neighborhood joint offering quality Latin and Mexican dishes, cerveza and margaritas, and the picante rock/funk/blues combination platter presented by the Oxymorons. Admission is only $5 at the door, and you get a coupon for a free drink or desert, making this a bargain too good to pass up. Come early, eat dinner, drink a margarita, and then dance till last call! The Oxymorons are so thankful for our families, friends, and fans. We had a ball at our sell-out 25th anniversary show and are eager to come out and play for you again!
Oxymoron's 25th Anniversary Show @ the Mansion at Strathmore
Sounds Like: Eric Clapton, The Meters, Allman Brothers Band, Macy Gray, Spottiswoode & His Enemies
Bio: The Oxymorons take the stage with a mix of the hottest new songs, the best of the old, and their award-winning originals, giving audiences a night of hip-shaking New Orleans funk, soulful blues, Americana roots, classic rock, and cutting-edge guitar driven songs to entertain like no other.
“Grown-Up Garage Band A lot of people dream of becoming rock musicians. But the middle-aged professionals who make up the Oxymorons never became super stars. The band members told Rachel McCarthy that their wonky Washington day jobs don't stop them from making rock-n-roll.”