Railroad Earth embarks on their journey into the festival season following a wildly successful Spring Tour that reached both coasts and left a trail of venue sell-outs in its wake. After a month long break, the band returns for a summer of performances, including: Mighty High Mountain Fest,
Catfood Records announces a June 19 release date for Soul Survivor, the new CD from Blues Music Award–winning singer Johnny Rawls, with national distribution by City Hall Records. Soul Survivor is the follow-up to Johnny’s 2011 CD, Memphis Still Got Soul, which has received three nominations for the upcoming Blues Music Awards to be presented in Memphis on May 10. Johnny is nominated for Soul Blues Male Artist and Soul Blues Album, as well as Song of the Year for the title track from that CD.
What do you do when the guitar you wrote all your songs on gets stolen mid-tour and you’re too practical to run out and jack up your credit? This might not seem like a major problem for most bands, but when you're the sparse duo of Eternal Summers and you are relying on that Parker Nitefly to compensate for high and low end, you can’t help feeling a bit exposed.
97.3 KBCO & Z2 Entertainment are proud to present Richard Thompson to the Boulder Theater on Saturday, June 16th, 2012. Tickets go on sale Friday, May 4th at 10:00am for $22.50 general admission, $30 reserved & $40 gold circle.
New York City's Catalpa Festival announces additional artists, including Girl Talk, Matt & Kim, Cold War Kids, Hercules And Love Affair, Matisyahu, Dirty Heads, The Sheepdogs, Hook N' Sling and Many More.