Z2 Entertainment is proud to present Heartless Bastards at the Fox Theatre on Wednesday, October 17th. Tickets go on sale Friday, August 17th for $17.00 in advance and $20.00 day of show.Brimming with confidence and creativity, Arrow sees Heartless Bastards pushing their distinctive sound forward with their most eclectic, energetic collection thus far.
Canadian pop-rock icons Tegan and Sara are hitting the road this Fall. Before linking up with The Black Keys for the west coast leg of their arena tour, Tegan and Sara just announced that they'll be playing a handful of club shows leading into it. They'll hit Vancouver, Seattle, Boise, and Eugene before playing at the Harmony By The Bay Festival in San Francisco. Additionally, the band is confirmed to play Austin City Limits this October.Tegan & Sara have completed their new album, which is set to come out in early 2013.
Ben Sollee is excited to announce that he will be performing at eTown's brand new facility, eTown Hall, on August 23rd, 2012 for an intimate evening of music and conversation. The concert will be taped in front of a live audience for future broadcast, and will also feature Australian songstress Missy Higgins.
The members of Elephant Revival and video artist Anna Cosper invite the community to share the very first screening of their new video for the song “Go On,” plus a potluck dinner and post-screening jam session hosted by members of Elephant Revival, at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 21, at the Backdoor Theater, 740 Highway 72 N. The event is free, but donations will be accepted.
Complete with a custom blend of synth-pop and stomps, The Mynabirds share “Disarm,” their second video from their recently released GENERALS (available now on Saddle Creek). The video just premiered on Rolling Stone and was co-directed by the album's producer Richard Swift. Laura Burhenn explains the strong political and personal message behind the track.
Z2 Entertainment is proud to present Other Lives at the Fox Theatre on Friday, October 19th. Tickets go on sale Friday, July 20th for $15.00 in advance and $17.00 day of show.Other Lives’ latest release ‘Tamer Animals,” unlike their self-titled debut, was tracked in the privacy of the band’s own space in Stillwater, Oklahoma.
Brooklyn’s beloved They Might Be Giants changed the face of children’s music in 2002 with the release of their first family album, No! Now, the band is calling on fans to help create a new music video for a bonus extended version of album track “Alphabet of Nations,” and they need your help!
Brooklyn’s beloved They Might Be Giants have been carving out their own path for three decades, continuously pushing the envelope and creating entirely new approaches to music along the way. The release of their first family album No! in 2002 opened new doors for the band and paved the way for other acts in the kid’s music genre. Today, the band releases a very special re-issue of the album on Idlewild Recordings to celebrate its 10-year anniversary.