I See Hawks in L.A. have released five critically acclaimed albums since they began writing songs in their Echo Park living rooms 11 years ago. The band’s sound layers electricity and Southern California psychedelia over acoustic guitars and rich vocal harmonies.
With the release of his fifth album, Jackie Greene said in an interview that he was tired of being labeled as the “new Dylan.” Now almost four years later with another record under his belt, Greene’s live performance has placed him in a realm outside of the more simple acoustic guitar and harmonica playing solo artist that gave Greene his start.
In support of their upcoming new album, "Awkward Breeds," out February 21st on Red Scare Industries / Really Records, Columbus indie-punk band The Sidekicks have premiered the first new single from the album entitled "Grace" currently streaming exclusively at AltPress.com.
The band has also added additional live dates to the previously announced March US tour with Cheap Girls, full itinerary below.
Yoshi's SF is very excited to announce that for their first show in San Francisco in more than three years The Motet will be paying tribute to the music of one of the most influential rock bands of the last 40 years: THE GRATEFUL DEAD!
The Allman Brothers Band headlines a great line-up of outstanding performers for what is fast becoming one of the most popular Festivals in the country, the 2012 Wanee Music Festival, Thursday April 19th through Saturday April 21st at the Spirit of Suwannee Music Park in Live Oak, FL.
You always know you’re in for a treat when Reed Foehl takes the stage. He has been providing an intricate blend of heartfelt soul and smooth jams for more than two decades. A Boston transplant he quickly gained local fame after moving to Boulder with his former band, Acoustic Junction, in the early nineties. He has become largely known for his lyrical ability as an artist. He possesses a talent that is very seldom seen (or heard) nowadays.
Upon hearing that G. Love and Special Sauce planned to ring in 2012 in Boulder, CO’s Fox Theatre, I was initially surprised. A lot of bands generally try to play big holiday and New Years Eve run shows in, or in close proximity to, their hometowns, so it initially seemed odd that G. Love (a.k.a.
After a lengthy pursuit of the rights, renowned documentary filmmaker, Malcolm Leo and veteran personal manager John Hartmann have secured an agreement to produce a feature length documentary on music icon Jerry Garcia.
The band of brothers known far and wide as Sleepy Sun don’t sit still for long. Though they remain real and spiritual citizens of the Northern California hive that birthed the band in the latter half of the last decade, Sleepy Sun is a rambling band—a certifiably vagabond unit that built a reputation among American and European audiences as fine-tuned, ironclad locomotive and candy sweet heavy pop machine.