Nicki Bluhm and The Gramblers made their late night television debut last night with an appearance on TBS’ Conan. The band performed “Little Too Late,” the first single from their recently released self-titled album.
Jamestown Revival have announced a string of tour dates around the west coast this December. The band will be touring beginning on December 8 in San Diego at Lestats, before playing in Los Angeles on December 10 at the Troubadour. The tour continues with dates in San Francisco, Seattle, and other cities, before ending on December 21 in Denver at the Bluebird Theater. For the details of the full itinerary, see below.
KT Tunstall released an awesome song in 2005 called “Black Horse and the Cherry Tree.” It was inspired by a Bo Diddley beat. Here is the very cool video that I came across.This performance pretty much set her on the path to stardom.
Love's Crushing Diamond, the debut album by Mutual Benefit, aka the amorphous project of Jordan Lee's sometimes one-man-band, sometimes sprawling collective, is a powerful and heartfelt record of lush, watery, pop songs, inspired by the kinetic energy, goodbyes, and blurred landscapes of life on the road as Lee moved throughout the last several years from Ohio to Austin to Boston, and most recently, Brooklyn.
Alternative rockers Lullwater have premiered a stripped, acoustic video for their song “Get A Life.” Filmed on the sidewalk right outside of the 40 Watt Club in their hometown of Athens, GA, the band released the video in anticipation for their set at that famed venue this Saturday, November 23rd.
Takamine is pleased to announce the introduction of classical and bass models to its redesigned G Series line of guitars. Six classical styles are available in acoustic and acoustic-electric models, along with two new jumbo-style acoustic-electric basses.