If you wondered how Death Cab for Cutie was going to replicate the swelling strings found on its 2011 release Codes and Keys, here’s your answer: They’re bringing friends along on their just-announced tour. Lots of them.
Archive for January 18th, 2012
The fans have been restless. The E Street Band came back to life in the form of an announcement of a completed album and tour to follow.
Before the Beatles, before he put on that first Little Richard record and saw a whole new world open up before him, Paul McCartney listened to this kind of music.
Sprouting forth from the San Fernando Valley, located in Los Angeles County, the Strawberry Alarm Clock acquired instant success when their debut single, “Incense and Peppermints” zoomed to the No. 1 spot
One of my college roommates had this record. He made me listen to it one time in the middle of the the Friday night campus radio punk show. I guess he was trying to show me that there was a brighter side of life, one not so nasty as what the Dead Kennedys and the Sex Pistols had to offer.Read More
One listen to Shara Worden’s voice and it should come as no surprise that she’s actually a trained singer, pulling off with ease the kinds of things most rock singers can only dream of attempting.
Following in the New Acoustic tradition of David Grisman, Tony Rice and Mike Marshall, the Matt Flinner Trio likewise starts with the tempo and cadence of bluegrass and injects the soul of folk, the elegance of chamber music and the thrill of jazz.