The dynamic instrumental quintet Toubab Krewe are excited to announce the upcoming release of their third studio album, Stylo, and coinciding tour. To celebrate the release of their new album, Toubab Krewe are offering an exclusive PledgeMusic campaign that allows fans to pre-order Stylo before it’s released to the public on March 2nd, 2018.
Cousin Earth, one of the rising stars of Brooklyn's current "Jam Renaissance," have announced the 2018 release of their long awaited full-length album, "Human Music." The album will feature artwork by Dean Arscott, a Florida artist known for his sand sculpture and illustrations, most notably, the album art for Dopapod's "Drawn Onward" and "Redivider."
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member John Oates, along with his group The Good Road Band, have announced the first dates of their 2018 tour in support of his album Arkansas set for release on February 2.
Jan 14 - Mountain Stage - Morgantown, WV
Jan 15 - Club Cafe - Pittsburgh, PA
Feb 5 - Joe’s Pub - New York, NY
Making a name for yourself in the music industry is no easy task, but some artists are up for tackling it with creative ways to get it done. The Bay Area's Americana mavens The Brothers Comatose are of this ilk. Following three critically acclaimed full-length studio albums (Songs From The Stoop, Respect The Van, City Painted Gold), The Brothers Comatose disrupts the traditional album cycle and focuses their 2017/2018 release schedule on a series of strategically released songs.
An ever-changing visionary, Matisyahu has mastered the art of blending reggae, funk, hip-hop, and soul into a one-of-a-kind artistic experience. Currently touring in support of his 6th studio album Undercurrent, Matisyahu has brought his friend's Common Kings and Orphan along for the ride on the second leg of the Broken Crowns Tour.
The longtime bass player of the Eagles, Timothy B. Schmit, headlined a classic rock marathon at the ornate Saban Theatre in Beverly Hills, California. Just getting to the event was a chore for music fans, as the entire block of Wilshire Boulevard directly in front of the teapot has been shut down for a massive construction project.
It was a spare crowd that greeted the band when they took the stage to play “Shakedown Street” but it grew pretty quickly. It seemed to me that a hundred people even on the last day of November was a fairly low turnout. Ashland is invariably a “slow show” crowd and soon afterward there was at least a couple hundred. They were treated to a show that was also a slow burner.