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With a new single and video for “Christmas Everyday” just released, they'll play next year's You Are Going 2 Hate This Fest at Soma on February 18.
The indie rockers will tour Europe in January, announcing "If anyone has family in southern England, Brussels, Amsterdam, Berlin, or Paris that would love to have their living rooms invaded by a couple of well-mannered American lads, they're in luck!"
She received the Powerhouse Award at Billboard's Women in Music ceremony on December 9, where she performed her hit single "Rise Up."
The debut album from Justin Pearson, Gabe Serbian, and Luke Henshaw will feature collaborations with Martin Atkins (Ministry, PIL) and Brian Evans (Retox).
21 years after the death of Country Dick Montana, a recording of a 1988 concert will be released as an album, Beat Farmers Heading North In Bremen, Germany.
Following a five-year trademark fight, the U.S. District Court in California has ruled against Ratt drummer Bobby Blotzer's WBS Inc., ruling that original member Juan Croucier can legally call his rival project "Ratt's Juan Croucier" featuring "the other voice of Ratt."
Their sophomore album So Many Hoops/So Little Time
, due February 3 via Small Plates Records, is already preceded by singles for "Doctor" and "I Got Your Message." Catch a preview at Soda Bar December 23.
The trio announced a 10-date UK tour for summer 2017, opening in Cardiff on July 3 and wrapping up in London on July 19.
They're working on a joint LP with Chaz Bundick (of Toro y Moi), Star Stuff,
due March 31 on the Company Records label.
"It's not blues" he says of his new album Then & Now: Compilation 1988-2016.
"Behind closed doors, I've been tinkering away with synthesizers, computers, tape machines, drum machines, funk bass, chicken scratch guitar, plus jazz composing and arrangement."
After over thirty years playing bass and singing with the band Chicago, he announced that he is leaving the group.
With Nate Barcalow quitting the band for the third time, drummer Alex Pappas and guitarists Alex Linares and Daniel Wonacott have formed Speak the Truth... Even If Your Voice Shakes, alongside Buddy Nielsen (Senses Fail).
Rafter's new XYZ
album features guest turns from Jason Crane (RFTC, Beehive & the Barracudas), Lizeth Santos (Smile Now Cry Later), Chris Cory (GoGoGo Airheart), Gabriel Sundy, and Nathan Hubbard.
Watkins was named Instrumentalist of the Year at the Americana Music Association’s 15th Annual Honors & Awards.
The singer earned three Latin Grammy nominations, including Album of the Year and Best Pop/Rock Album for her seventh studio full-length Algo Sucede (Something’s Happening)