Acclaimed blues rock band Savoy Brown, led by its seminal guitarist Kim Simmonds, will kick off its 50th anniversary year celebration with a show tomorrow night (15) at B. B. King’s Blues Club in New York City, followed on Friday with the release of a new album of original material called THE DEVIL TO PAY from Ruf Records. The New York show will be the beginning of a worldwide concert tour to support the new album, with shows in the U.S., Canada and Europe.
Canvas Sounds are proud to introduce Irish singer-songwriter 'First Pope' via two new videos in their 'On a Whim' series. The Dublin-based 'First Pope' AKA Fabian Molloy unveils an original track, 'In the Dark' and a cover of Miike Snow's 'Animal' filmed at The Famous Crown in Didsbury, Manchester. Malloy has been writing music for only four years, describing his sound as 'alt-folk'.
Tomorrow, September 18, 2015 via Abstract Logix, the worldwide release of Black Light finds the relentlessly inquisitive, exploratory Guitarist John McLaughlin continuing to uncover new melodic and rhythmic pathways with the fearless zeal that has made him one of modern music’s most admired and influential figures.
Indie folk-pop husband and wifeduo Jenny & Tyler sign with upstart record label Residence Music and will team up to release Of This I’m Sure on October 16, 2015.
From the depths of the Bohemian mind comes a view of arguably the most historic musical event of all time, the Fare The Well shows. They travel to Chicago, where the original three shows were announced, and after much controversy surrounding tickets, without much hope of all getting into the shows. But as many Deadheads will tell you the best times they’ve ever had at a show have been in the lot. That was then, this is now and law enforcement along with the city of Chicago banned over night camping and swore to enforce.
VEVO has exclusively premiered the new music video from GRAMMY award-winning band Blues Traveler for the song “Blow Up The Moon” off their April 7th release of the same name, Blow Up The Moon. “Blow Up The Moon,” featuring Blues Traveler with JC Chasez and 3OH!3 – watch it
And you thought Real Gone’s first installment of 2015 Christmas releases was ambitious!
Wilco’s dBpm Records will release a limited edition marbled green vinyl 7” of “Random Name Generator,” the first single from the band’s Star Wars album, on October 2. A live acoustic version of “Bull Black Nova,” recorded at the Solid Sound Festival in June, is featured on the flip side. The single’s cover art is a photograph of Kusan Kampanile’s Tower of Musical Bells. The playful 1950s bell-ringing instrument sits today in the Wilco Loft, the band’s Chicago recording studio.