The Band of Heathens

The Band of Heathens' free download 'Clams & Jams'

The Band of Heathens have released a free eight-song download of live tracks recorded during their most recent East Coast record release tour. The download, Clams & Jams Vol. 1, is available through the band’s website, http://www.bandofheathens.com.
 

The Band of Heathens' Sunday Morning Record Streets 9/17

In the course of their evolution from loose assemblage to world-class rock ’n’ roll outfit, The Band of Heathens has built a potent body of recorded work that’s won the Austin, Texas ensemble a reputation as one of its hometown’s most vital musical resources. They’ve won a fiercely loyal fan base and a reputation as one of America’s hardest-working touring acts, while revealing a musical and lyrical depth that consistently enriches the band’s infectious songcraft.

On the Road Again: The Band of Heathens return to Denver

The Band of Heathens is a touring machine. Friday night was their third trip to Colorado this year, the second in support of their 2011 LP Top Hat Crown & The Clapmaster’s Son (released March 29th).

Band of Heathens | Top Hat Crown & the Clapmaster's Son | Review

The latest release from the Band of Heathens shows the group taking things further in terms of versatility of style, and demonstrating a certain maturity in songwriting and production. Top Hat Crown & the Clapmaster’s Son is a refined melding of the five member’s individual talents, and a step into some new territory.

Band of Heathens offer free online song, a catchy summer oil spill song

While the Band of Heathens’ new song “Free Again” will keep fans happily humming and tapping, it will probably raise some eyebrows as well. The track — available for free on the band’s website on July 15 — references the Gulf of Mexico oil spill. “It’s sure to be the feel-good hit of the summer,” quips band member Ed Jurdi.

The Band of Heathens on 'Austin City Limits' with Elvis Costello

The Band of Heathens, whose new album One Foot in the Ether the webzine AmericanaRoots.com ponders as "the best record of 2009," will appear on PBS' Austin City Limits on November 7 on a bill headlined by Elvis Costello.  On the program, the band performs five songs: "Jackson Station," "L.A. County Blues," "Shine a Light," "Golden Calf" and "You're Gonna Miss Me When I'm Gone."