You Should Go: The Pushovers Are All-Lesbian Pop Rockers, All Ready to Perform in DC

The Pushovers are “an all-lesbian” pop-rock crew gearing up for a “gender bending” festival performance. Are you sold yet?

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Guitar, bass and drums. 3-part harmonies. Beatboxing and songwriting. When three experienced singer-songwriters come together from Brooklyn, Washington, DC, and Baltimore, it’s gotta have promise. Mara, Nancy and Liz have all toured nationwide but are just now recording their first EP together (and need YOUR HELP to produce it!) as The Pushovers versus individually. When their combined starpower is among us, I think shit’s gonna get bright.

And if you want proof, you can see ‘em for yourself.

The Pushovers are performing at the Atlas Theater’s INTERSECTIONS festival on March 9 in Washington, DC for an hour spot. After the show, Out @ Intersections happy hour will provide for solid boozing.

The Pushovers: Live at the Atlas is 15 dollars (10 for students and seniors). The performance takes place at the Atlas Performing Arts Center at the Lang Theater, at 1333 H St NE in Washington, DC, on March 9 at 5:30 PM. Ages 12+. Buy tickets today! (PS — hit up Dangerously Delicious pies while you’re over there. Safe bet for an amazing night.)

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Carmen is the Feminism and Straddleverse Editor at Autostraddle, a Contributing Writer at Everyday Feminism, and Communications Coordinator / Tweeter-in-Chief at the Feminist Majority Foundation. She's mother to the most adorable dog on Earth and hates paying more than one dollar for a good slice of pizza. At times, she self-identifies as "the baddest bitch." She tweets @c_rios and writes vague paragraphs about her feelings on Tumblr. You can send her hate mail, love notes, and/or photos of your dog via carmen [at] autostraddle [dot] com.

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