Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Announces Chuck Prophet, Patty Griffin, Birds of Chicago, Los Coast, and Shakey Graves for Let The Music Play On
Hardly Strictly Bluegrass announces the third round of musicians in this year’s Let The Music Play On, with HSB veterans Chuck Prophet, Patty Griffin, and first-time performers Birds of Chicago, Los Coast, and Shakey Graves. Let the Music Play On is a celebration of roots music, honoring the 20th Anniversary of Hardly Strictly Bluegrass, airing the first weekend of October featuring new performance footage, archival sets, and fans’ festival memories from previous years.
The Austin, TX-based Los Coast will release “A Change Is Gonna Come” featuring Gary Clark Jr. tomorrow. Their version of the iconic Sam Cooke song follows the psychedelic alt-soul outfit’s 2019 debut Samsara which Rolling Stone said “... nods to the funky 1970s, mixing the gospel influenced vocals of frontman Trey Privott with steady grooves, fat keyboard and clouds of reverb.” Building a grassroots buzz through their mesmerizing live performances supporting Gary Clark Jr., St.
Psychedelic soul ensemble Los Coast has announced national tour dates in support of their upcoming album Samsara, due out June 14th on New West Records. Austin’s best kept secret, Los Coast will be opening dates for Lucas Nelson, St. Paul & The Broken Bones and Black Pumas over the next few months.
Visionary Austin band Los Coast has announced the June 14th release of their eagerly anticipated debut album Samsara on New West Records. The brainchild of charismatic lead vocalist Trey Privott and multi-instrumentalist/arranger John Courtney, Los Coast has created a sound that captures the spirit of Austin, delivering a blast of psychedelic-pop-soul infused with lyrical twists and a heavy dose of jazz, gospel and world music.