The Last Nouveau Riche
On March 28th, we celebrate 7 years of Nouveau Riche. It will also be our last monthly party at U Street Music Hall. A humongous THANK YOU to everyone who has ever come to one of our jams. You've changed our lives for the better. Hopefully we've returned the favor.
No, we're not "breaking up" - Nouveau Riche never dies - but for now we're turning our attention to our individual music making and party making efforts.
We want to thank Bill Spieler at DC9, who believed in us even when we were lucky to have 30 friends come out to see us DJ. And we want to thank Jesse Tittsworth, WIll Eastman, and the whole U Street Music Hall crew for seeing that we wanted to take it up a notch, and bringing us on board with the best nightclub in the entire world.
Now gently wipe away those tears and mark your calendars for the 28th and let's do this one more time. We're joined by special guest BIRD PETERSON and we intend to get casual.
Bird Peterson, or Texas born Andrew "Old Shep" Hoke, is just what the doctor ordered. He prides himself as the Elegant Gentleman King of Hot Jams, and retains this title by his own doings. He's a scholar in the art of bass, a pundit of booty shaking, and an authority on what makes the youth of the nation bounce. Working through a mix of contemporary rhythm, low end madness, and classic freshness, Peterson can only be limited by the amount of speakers in a venue. His originals have made him known across the globe. His remixing of artists like Three 6 Mafia, MSTRKRFT, Tiesto, The Wu-Tang Clan, Robin Thicke, Ocelot, Felix Cartal, Gucci Mane, Wale, and soooo many others have set the planet's ears aflame. He's shared the stage with such greats as MSTRKRFT, Diplo, Tiesto, DJ AM, Craze, The Bloody Beetroots, Rusko, Chase & Status, and soooo many others. He's a proud member of the acclaimed Undocumented Mgmt family and reins as art director for Teenage Riot Records. He's a publicly proclaimed "Wizard Of The Dance Scene" and it shows! Ladies and Gentlemen, use all the contraception you can, because Mr. Peterson came to spread his hot noise all over the crowds. BOOM!