Legendary singer Art Garfunkel is excited to announce a Carnegie Hall performance in his New York City hometown. The Saturday, October 3 show dubbed "At Last" is part of his in-progress array of domestic and international "In Close-Up" concerts. Tickets for the Carnegie Hall show go on sale Friday, August 14. Garfunkel has also announced more U.S. shows including Los Angeles' Wiltern Theatre on Sunday, November 8.
British alternative musician, Reuben Hollebon, is thrilled to announce the release of his debut album, Terminal Nostalgia, which will be released in early 2016 on Bright Antenna Records. Today, Reuben has unveiled the music video to his haunting, cinematic debut album single “Faces.” The largely self-produced 12-track LP is colored by Reuben’s discovery of music as a therapeutic outlet for him.
Bobby Long has built a dedicated fan base around his hauntingly poetic lyrics and catchy melodies. On his new record, Ode to Thinking, Long returns to the basics: a guitar, sturdy songs and his singularly plaintive voice. The album’s 11 original tracks showcase a hard-won maturity that belies Long’s 29 years. A prolific songwriter who has been compared to his own heroes—Elliott Smith, Leonard Cohen, Bob Dylan– Long’s vision for Ode to Thinking was honed in a live setting, where each song found its place on the album after being perfected on stage.
The new music video for Matt’s Nathanson’s single “Gold in the Summertime” premieres today on Vevo. “Gold in the Summertime” is the first single from Nathanson’s upcoming new album Show Me Your Fangs available on October 2. The album is now available for pre-order via iTunes and www.mattnathanson.com.
Joseph in the Well is an original music project led by violinist-looper Joe Kye. Featuring violin, lush string loops, upright bass, and percussion, the band’s unique sound has been influenced by artists including Andrew Bird, Sufjan Stevens, and Miles Davis.