Singer-songwriter Matt Nathanson will be featured on the Lifetime TV series ;Celebrity Bucket List this Saturday, March 8th at 8:30am ET/PT (check local listings for additional times across the U.S.). In this episode—taped in his hometown of San Francisco—Nathanson fulfills one of his lifelong dreams, meeting iconic singer Chris Isaak.
Bob Dylan In The 80s: Volume One will be released on March 25. The brainchild of producers Jesse Lauter (Elvis Perkins, The Low Anthem) and Sean O'Brien (Dawes, PAPA), the mission of Bob Dylan In The 80s: Volume One is to shed new light on a large cache of Bob Dylan songs that have long gone ignored, covering the period starting with 1980s Saved and ending with 1990s Under The Red Sky (including unreleased material -- the "80s Basement Tapes" -- and The Traveling Wilburys).
Emerson Hart, lead singer for the multi-platinum selling group Tonic, debuts the video for “The Best That I Can Give.” The first single from his sophomore solo album Beauty In Disrepair, out 4/15 on BMG, “The Best That I Can Give,” premiered on USAToday.com in January and is currently climbing the Hot AC charts, jumping more than 50 spots in three weeks.
Joyful Noise Recordings is pleased to announce the release of violinist, singer and composer Kishi Bashi's sophomore album titled Lighght, which will be released worldwide on Tuesday, May 13. Taking its title from the one-word poem by minimalist poet Aram Saroyan, Lighght (pronounced "Light") continues and expands the sound of his critically acclaimed debut, 151a, which earned Kishi Bashi the title of "Best New Artist" for 2012 by NPR.
Martin Guitar presents a special event presented by Martin artists. Join us for an evening of music, information, and an opportunity to test drive various Martin guitars. During the Martin Experience, buy one set of Martin SP Lifespan strings and the Martin String Patrol will put a free set on your guitar for you!
Thirty-five rare guitars that illustrate the early history of the instrument in America are on view at The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Drawn from the Museum’s own holdings as well as from the Martin Guitar Museum in Nazareth, Pennsylvania, and several private collections, Early American Guitars: The Instruments of C. F. Martin will trace the birth of the American guitar by shedding light on the contributions of Christian Frederick Martin.
The Howlin’ Brothers had a very good year in 2013, following the release of HOWL, their first nationally and internationally released album. HOWL, featuring Warren Haynes (on one track, “Big Time”), brought instant success to the band. The trio toured their brand of “old-time string country blues with an indie-rock edge” throughout the U.S. and into Canada. The majority of the 13 original songs that comprise Trouble, due out April 29, 2014, were influenced by the people they met and struggles they encountered on the road over the past year.
It's getting to be that time of year. You know what we're talking about...Festival Season! Here's one with a nice mix of really great acoustic, hip-hop, rock acts, and more. Something for everyone you might say! The Forecastle Festival returns this summer led by hip hop royalty, Outkast; 21st-century rocker Jack White and alt-rock renaissance man, Beck.
Acony Records is proud to announce Willie Watson's debut solo album Folk Singer Vol. 1 to be released on May 6, 2014. The album was produced by the legendary David Rawlings, longtime friend and producer of Watson's previous band, Old Crow Medicine Show.