South Florida genre blurring rock/funk/disco fusion act, The Heavy Pets, announce their bi-annual return to Colorado for a four show front range run with stops in Fort Collins, Breckenridge, Denver and Boulder. Boulder-based Jet Edison supports all four nights.
Submitted by RJ Frometa on Wed, 01/30/2013 - 18:22
Is there an average age at which a person can be considered mature enough to be under the lights of a reflector or behind the camera? If it is because they become spoiled, adults entering the scene as such also do the same; if it's because of the level of experience, there are many children and young people who have an equal amount or more than any other adult.
Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Wed, 01/30/2013 - 18:12
Exploring your emotions can make for a good song, but it’s shining light on those which plague us all that builds the backbone of the truly great ones. Coupled with tireless melodies that seep into the small spaces between your bones; it's the kind of music that brings on little movements when life has gotten too stiff. This is what Caitlin Rose does best.
Submitted by RJ Frometa on Wed, 01/30/2013 - 18:00
How many members does a band need to create a good sound? Many may say maybe three or four, while those who are more aware of the music scene today could say that a duo is enough. But the fact is that even one single great musician can create what one group of six people are hardly able to do. However, few are those who can go beyond creating great music to creating something truly special. This is the case of Aron Lyrd.
Over the years we’ve seen rock, pop, and even hard rock slowly erode into over-commercialized, corporate puppet shows providing music that is extremely sing songy, predictable, popish and highly corporate.
Composer, multi-instrumentalist and modern bluegrass artist Conor Mulroy announces his show schedule for February. He’s finishing up several months of touring in support of his fourth independent release "Foxfire" before going back in the studio in March to record his next record.
Raleigh, NC-based singer/songwriter Kenny Roby has announced the release of Memories & Birds due April 2 on Little Criminal Records. The eight song effort is the first new album in over six years and fourth overall from the founding member of the acclaimed '90s alt-country/indie rock band, Six String Drag.
Henry Wagons last week released his first between-band-albums solo recording, Expecting Company?, on Thirty Tigers in the U.S. and Six Shooter in Canada. The release follows the artist’s critically acclaimed U.S.