Seattle's 8-piece progressive outfit The Complex Dialect are thrilled to announce the official details for their debut album, Change, which was released today, December 1st. Produced at Seattle's infamous London Bridge Studios by Eric Lilavois (Saint Motel, Atlas Genius, Surfer Blood) and mastered by Ed Brooks (Fleet Foxes, Death Cab for Cutie, Pearl Jam), Change is a representation of both "problem" and "solution" perspectives when engaging with the ever-changing world we deal with in present time.
The iconic Texas songwriter Robert Earl Keen is currently on tour in his most extensive holiday tour yet, with the all-new REK’s Fam-O-Lee Back to the Country Jamboree.
Now in its sixth year, the holiday tour delivers a tip of the hat to legendary musicians like Bob Dylan, Tom Petty, Dwight Yoakam, and Neil Young. “It is country but we explore the rock side of things and we even mashup a couple of tunes,” Keen says. “If you’re not in the holiday spirit now, you will be when you leave this show.”
In the improvisational spirit of the musical community that surrounds the building at 23 East Lancaster Avenue, the Ardmore Music Hall presents “Everyone Loves Ardmore” featuring two nights of Everyone Orchestra on December 8 & 9.
Fresh off a month long tour of Europe, including sold out shows in Holland, Germany and Italy, Grayson Capps returns to the U.S. to release his new album, 'Scarlett Roses,' on December 1 via Royal Potato Family. The nine-track effort is the acclaimed Alabama-based songwriter's sixth studio recording and his first new solo release in six years. Throughout the collection, Capps showcases the kind of understated brilliance that can blossom when creativity is detached from expectation, when songs are truly given the space and time to find their writer.