VER LA LUZ, Scott Tournet's first solo album since 2006's Everyone You Meet Is Fighting A Hard Battle, hits streets today. The self-produced and independently released effort was recorded and engineered by Mike Kamoo (The Stereotypes, The Loons, Lights On), who engineered and mixed VER LA LUZ at his Earthling Studios in San Diego.
The 18th annual Gathering of the Vibes announces their initial line-up, keeping their track record – for nearly two decades as the premier music, arts and camping festival in the Northeast.
The 17th Annual All Good Music Festival & Campout continues its exhibition of distinct and internationally recognizable talent as the festival unveils its initial 2013 lineup. Over 40 celebrated bands and musical artists hit the stages July 18-21 at the Legend Valley Concert Venue & Campground - located 30 minutes east of Columbus - in Thornville, OH.
There are a number of outdoor festival sites in the US that have that extra special 'something' that makes people come back year after year. Florida has Spirit of the Suwanee Park, for example. What usually sets a festival location apart, for me at least -- is a mix of breathtaking natural beauty, and of course -- the music.. But for me to come back year after year, it's gotta have a little something on top of that.. Something that's a little different.. Perhaps a bit comically-odd, at times. Something one can't quite verbalize.
The KahBang Festival is proud to announce the initial music lineup for the 2011 KahBang music | art | film Festival. The third-annual KahBang will be held August 5th – 13th along the Bangor Waterfront and in multiple venues throughout the historic downtown area. During the festival’s 9-day span, KahBang will showcase over 40 bands on multiple stages along the Waterfront as well as additional performances in Bangor venues, clubs and bars.
Saturday started out with the residual natural high that one could only experience from live music that had lifted spirits the night before. Walking into Zilker park you could hear different sounds floating around from all different directions. The Very Best was belting out reggae tunes while
My father used to call it ‘blowing out the carbs..’ I was a little girl, in Northeast Texas, in the middle 70s. We had old cars, my entire childhood, often hotrods, or in leaner times at least a family car with a big-assed surprise under the hood..
Some of those older hot rods of his were high-performance cars that had four-barrel carburetors. If you drove slowly around town, you'd use only two of the barrels. To exercise the other barrels and keep them from sticking, you'd have to get the car on the highway and accelerate hard for at least a short time.