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Coda: D.C.'s best dressed; Howard Homecoming and Stewart/Colbert hit town; Zef or not zef?

marvin gayeMarvin Gaye topped our list of D.C.'s best dressed musicians. Obviously.

Two big events take over D.C. this weekend -- Howard Homecoming and the Jon Stewart/Stephen Colbert Rally. We surveyed the many big names performing homecoming-related concerts and drafted teams, because that's what we do at Click Track. Chris Richards is also reporting live from Friday's Yardfest on the Howard campus. The musical lineup for the Stewart/Colbert rally? Predictable. (The Roots? In D.C.? Shocking!) Our picks for who should play? More interesting. Local rockers U.S. Royalty were named best-dressed band at CMJ. But they didn't crack the top 10 best-dressed in D.C.'s musical history. Kings of Leon sure like to feud with other bands (and themselves). And just how "zef" are Die Antwoord's local fans?

By Click Track  | October 29, 2010; 6:00 PM ET
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