Kendall Beard fell in love with singing as a child, and begged her parents until they finally agreed to let her make her professional debut at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo. But now she’s all grown up and riding toward bigger horizons with ALL AROUND GIRL, her debut album on VMG, set for release Sept. 17.Produced by AJ Vallejo, ALL AROUND GIRL showcases Beard’s unique style of soul-influenced, rock-sprinkled Texas country.
Coming up in October & November 2013, Yonder Mountain String Band appears at select venues and music festivals in the Deep South, Midwest and Northeast, including Greenfield Amphitheater (Wilmington, NC; October 9), Amos' Southend (Charlotte, NC; October 10), The Georgia Theater (Athens, GA; October 11), Track 29 (Chattanooga, TN;
Lock up your daughters and hide your sisters, the five-piece Americana outfit Rose’s Pawn Shop is hitting the road this fall on a fourteen-day west coast tour that will take the band along the pacific coast and through the mountain west including stops in Oregon, California, Washington, Montana, Utah and Colorado.Known for watertight musicianship and soaring harmonies, the LA based string band has been blowing the roof off of basement dives and packed theaters since the release of their 2010 album, Dancing on the Gallows.
The sounds of fiddle, mandolin, banjo, guitar, bass, dobro, and accordion blend in Trout Steak Revival’s bluegrass-inspired mountain music. While each member of the band composes original tunes, harmonic contributions are added by the entire band, following in the bluegrass tradition and creating a unique sound. In just a few short years the band has built a steady and spirited fan base across Colorado and beyond.
Grammy Award-winning multiplatinum hard rock innovators KORN--Jonathan Davis [Vocals], James “Munky” Shaffer [Guitar], Brian "Head" Welch [Guitar], Reggie "Fieldy" Arvizu [Bass] and Ray Luzier [Drums]--have announced dates for their upcoming U.S.
David Bromberg is a flat picker on par with Doc Watson and Clarence White, an inimitable, expressive singer, a witty songwriter and a gifted interpreter. His mastery of American vernacular music as a guitarist and vocalist, fluid in country blues and Dixieland, bluegrass and fingerpicking folk, is widely envied as is his "storied career" (Rolling Stone) that began in the late 60s. Now, the multi-instrumentalist's full range of Americana roots are on display on ‘Only Slightly Mad,’ (September 24, Appleseed) -- an album shot through with an unhinged intensity that is unmistakably Bromberg.
City Parks Foundation proudly announces the 21st edition of the beloved late summer jazz favorite, the Charlie Parker Jazz Festival. In the world of modern music, few figures loom as large or cast as long a shadow as saxophonist Charlie Parker, best known as “Bird” (short for “Yardbird”) to generations of musicians. He was born in 1920, and almost sixty years since his death in 1955, he is universally celebrated for single-handedly inventing bebop and bringing jazz into the modern era. The Charlie Parker Jazz Festival is an annual salute to the legendary saxophonist.