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Jesse Hale Moore's 'Green End' Streets 4/7

Submitted by Tell All Your … on Tue, 01/31/2017 - 10:45 am

The 405 has shared Jesse Hale Moore's newest single entitled, "Calling You Out". When discussing the track, Moore says, "Calling You Out" is a song about finding the strength to say the things that don't always come easy when facing a conflict with somebody you care about. It can be difficult and frustrating when a person in your life, especially somebody you love, is unable or unwilling to change.

The Les Paul Foundation Continues to Change Lives

Submitted by Mouth to Mouth PR on Wed, 05/15/2013 - 10:26 am

The Les Paul Foundation continues to change the face of music through various grants awarded to organizations around the country. The foundation's support of Guitars for Vets, a program headquartered in Milwaukee, helps in supporting veterans who graduate from its programs obtain guitars. Throughout his life Les Paul was an innovator who invented multi-track recording and the solid body electric guitar. He was interested in music education, engineering and medical research through his entire life.

Eric Lambert & Friends Winter Wallow Tour 2013

Submitted by Kimistry Media on Thu, 01/10/2013 - 1:54 pm

From the recording studio to the open road, Eric Lambert & Friends (ELF) kicks off a new tour this weekend. The Winter Wallow Tour will take the band through their home states of Indiana and Illinois, providing the opportunity to reconnect with family and friends, and play some well known haunts.The tour unfolds this week, beginning Friday, January 11 at Max’s Place in Bloomington, IN. The Stuttering Ducks will get the night started off right. Then it’s on to Indianapolis for a big Saturday night in the state’s capital.

My Morning Jacket | Red Rocks Amphitheater | 8/3/12 | Review

Submitted by Dave Papuga on Mon, 08/06/2012 - 4:52 am

Last year My Morning Jacket played a single night at Red Rocks Amphitheater, but as they are becoming more and more of a household name, one night wasn’t enough for this year. The Louisville, Kentucky boys came in strong for the opening night on Friday with a 29-song set. It’s been over a year since the release of their sixth album, Circuital, and as of lately they have shed the “Victory Dance”/Title track opener in favor of a more random choice of opening songs.