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Thievery Corp Biography:

Thievery Corp is a duo composed of Eric Hilton and Rob Garza. The duo was formed in Washington D.C., in which both referred to as the real Babylon. Hilton grew up in suburban Maryland, playing guitar under the influence of punk and all it ushered in; first rocking around with a pre-teen garage band, then warmed by the glow of the District's hardcore revolutionaries, Minor Threat.

 

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Events near Ashburn, VA

Event Date Venue Availabilty
Thievery Corporation
December 13, 2018
Thursday - 7:00 PM
9:30 Club
Washington, DC
Thievery Corporation with The Suffers
December 14, 2018
Friday - 8:00 PM
9:30 Club
Washington, DC
Thievery Corporation with The Suffers
December 15, 2018
Saturday - 8:00 PM
9:30 Club
Washington, DC

Events in other locations

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Thievery Corporation
December 12, 2018
Wednesday - 7:30 PM
The Orange Peel
Asheville, NC
Thievery Corporation
December 27, 2018
Thursday - 7:00 PM
Commodore Ballroom
Vancouver, BC
Thievery Corporation
December 28, 2018
Friday - 8:30 PM
The Showbox
Seattle, WA
Thievery Corporation
December 29, 2018
Saturday - 8:00 PM
Roseland Theater
Portland, OR
Thievery Corporation with The Suffers
December 30, 2018
Sunday - 8:30 PM
The Masonic
San Francisco, CA
Thievery Corporation
December 31, 2018
Monday - 9:30 PM
The Masonic
San Francisco, CA

Eric Hilton was sonically liberated by UK two-tone crews such as the Specials and Brit-soul sides such as the Style Council, after cutting his teeth on DC and UK punk. After checking the references of those bands, he was turned on by the roots and soul music of Jamaica and America. His first deejay gig was playing ska and Northern Soul as an opener for his friend's Mod band. Later, he asked to spin house music at DC's top super-club of the '80s, the Fifth Column. By the early 90's he helped throw a warehouse weekly called Exodus, where Hilton tapped a young deejay Dubfire to spin a multi-culti mix of hip-hop, soul jazz, dancehall and dub.