March 01, 2015
Hill & Dale is located in Canal Square at 1054 31st Street NW, Washington DC, next to the Sea Catch Restaurant. We can be reached from M Street (look for the corridor between Kiehl's and Dawn Price Baby Store) and from 31st Street (look for the signs to the Sea Catch Restaurant and Canal Square).
January 16, 2015 in
We're celebrating the reissue of U.S. Royalty's "Mirrors", on vinyl for the first time since the album was released in 2011. The event includes a special in-store acoustic set by U.S. Royalty and an exhibit of Polaroid photos by Luke Adams. 7-9pm at Hill & Dale. Drinks courtesy of Original Sin Cider and Pabst Blue Ribbon.
September 26, 2014 in
Hill & Dale will feature Los Angeles artist Zox in a one-day pop-up exhibit of his current work, "Idol Icon Avatar", a series of paintings inspired by the historic journey of portraiture. The exhibit will be on Wednesday, October 1 from 4-8pm.
July 10, 2014 in
Hill & Dale and Marvin Restaurant present a pop-up event on Wednesday, July 16 featuring photography and vinyl records from Hill & Dale Records. The photography exhibit will feature the work of acclaimed photojournalist and music historian, Peter Simon. Mr. Simon’s iconic photographs include images of Bob Dylan, Robert Plant, Bob Marley, Mick Jagger, Jerry Garcia, and James Taylor. Date/Time: July 16, 6-9pm; Location: Marvin Restaurant, 2007 14th Street NW, Washington, DC 20009
This is U.S. Royalty's 2011 debut album "Mirrors", for the first time on vinyl. Only 300 copies of this special limited edition have been pressed on colored vinyl. The LP includes a free digital download with several unreleased tracks.
This is the 2 LP reissue of Led Zeppelin IV. The second record contains previously unreleased versions of the 8 original album tracks.
This is the 2 LP reissue of Led Zeppelin's "Houses of the Holy". The second record contains 7 previously unreleased tracks.
Twenty songs written by Beck and played by other artists (except "Heaven's Ladder", which is played by Beck). Contributors include Jack White, Tweedy, Jack Black, Norah Jones, and Eleanor Friedberger.
This is the full-length version of The Garden Spot Programs, 1950, featuring 24 performances from Hank Williams. Rescued from obscurity, these shows originally aired more than six decades ago; The Garden Spot Programs, 1950 collects material from the four episodes now known to exist.
"With her bold, gritty sound, she comes off like nothing so much as a female Howlin' Wolf, and one can't imagine her not being an influence on the full-throttle blues of Etta James, Aretha, Janis Joplin and countless others." - Pure Pleasure Records
This is Jack White's second solo album. The record has a bunch of special features - one side plays inside to outside, there are hidden tracks, and a hologram.