Hyryder is a Grateful Dead Tribute Band formed in Indianapolis, Indiana in the summer of 2008 and currently consists of Charlie Morgan (lead guitar and vocals), Nick Neureiter (drums and vocals), Eric Thompson (rhythm guitar and vocals), Scott Jackson (keyboard world and vocals) and Blair Ping (bass and vocals). The band was born out of an intense love and appreciation for the music of the Grateful Dead and a desire to help carry on this rich musical tradition.
After more than a year of long nights at the studio in between rehearsals and relentless legs of touring, Cousin Earth is ready to share their first full-length album, "Human Music." Known for their blistering ukulele solos, intricate rhythms, soaring vocal harmonies and unconventional instrumentation, the band showcases a broad spectrum of musical influences on this ten-song album, which will be available on all platforms Friday, April 27th.
"There are certain shows on any given tour that really stand out," says Mike Gantzer, vocalist and guitarist of the Buffalo-based quartet, Aqueous. He elaborates, "Maybe we were sleep-deprived, maybe it was a full moon – whatever it was, the Kalamazoo, MI show last November had that MAGIC."
Eurus, the new EP from acclaimed brother-sister duo The Oh Hellos is out now. The lead single, “Grow,” recently premiered on American Songwriter, who proclaim, “The track ponders personal growth and open-mindedness, building from a gently delivered opening verse to a full-band singalong—a hallmark of the duo’s sound—by its midpoint.” Listen to the EP here.
Legendary guitarist Peter Frampton and The Steve Miller Band are on the road together again, adding new U.S. dates throughout the summer, in addition to their previously announced Canadian run. Frampton has also confirmed select headline dates this spring—see below for full routing details or visit www.frampton.com.
NYC trio Consider the Source defy easy description. If intergalactic beings of pure energy, after initiation into an order of whirling dervishes, built some kind of pan-dimensional booty-shaking engine, powered by psychedelics and abstract math, it’d probably just sound like a CTS tribute band. Drawing from progressive rock, fusion and jazz, with alien sounds soaked in Indian and Middle Eastern styles, CTS blends disparate parts into a striking, utterly original whole.
R&B-infused reggae songstress/guitarist, Leilani Wolfgramm, drops her latest single, “The Trail,” from her upcoming album, "Live Wire,' which was produced by Wolfgramm, Fredro Odesjo (multi-platinum producer for Tohoshinki/TVXQ) and Joshua Sadlier-Brown (John Legend, Gogol Bordello, Kelly Buchanan). Already making waves in her genre, she has shared the stage with Ziggy Marley, Incubus, Dirty Heads, Tribal Seeds, Sublime ft. Rome and New King. “LiveWire” the album is a memoir.
This Valentine’s Day will be extra special for Griffin Tucker, a 16-year-old musician from Dallas, Texas. His music video for his new tune “Some Kind of Love Song” will be released. Griffin is a child prodigy who began playing drums at the age of 5 and guitar at the age of 8. He also plays piano, bass guitar, and the ukulele.
Spirited, deep, and thought-provoking are just a few words to describe the artist known as TREVOR GREEN. The solo singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist--whose music is something fresh and distinctly new, yet deeply woven in the spiritual fabric of our ancient ancestors--will embark on his headlining Elevate Tour beginning March 7 in Idaho, in continued support of his latest album, VOICE OF THE WIND.