BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Washington, D.C.’s historic 9:30 Club, which celebrated its 35th anniversary this year, is launching a music variety show this April on PBS television.

The show, “Live at 9:30,” will be a new “modern-day music variety show” airing on public television this spring.

The hour-long show, filmed at Washington, DC’s 9:30 Club, will combine live performances, comedy, interviews and short films.

Performers will include the Jesus and Mary Chain, the Arcs, Youth Lagoon, El Vy, Ibeyi, Garbage, and more.

Actor and comedian Hannibal Buress, frontman Henry Rollins, NPR’s Bob Boilen, writer Jill Kargman, and comedian Ralphie May are contributing hosts, with more guest hosts to be announced.

Squarespace will host the tv show online at www.LiveAt930.com and offer full episodes and exclusive content.