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Local Music News
With a new video for their track "Floral & Fading," the band just embarked on a headline tour of North America with support from Falling In Reverse and Crown the Empire.
Their upcoming album Daze of Gray
(due in March and produced by Marcos Curiel of P.O.D.) is being promoted with a 24 page comic book illustrated by Marvel artist FranzDG.
Porter's Take Me to the Alley
full-length took home the prize for Best Vocal Jazz Album at the 56th Annual Grammy Awards
His song "Without A Bang" is featured in the new Sharon Stone film Running Wild.
They'll tour with Blink 182 and the Naked and Famous, beginning March 22 in Austin and wrapping up May 9 in New Orleans.
The video for his new song "Hey God I'll Trade You Donald Trump For Leonard Cohen" includes the lyrics and chords, in case you want to play or sing along.
Her upcoming album, due in May, features guests like Jason Mraz, Jeff Johnson, and Jeff Berkley of Berkley Hart.
"I have a week coming up in Holland by end of March with Sue Palmer," Lundeen tells the Reader. "Pretty excited about that!"
The punk reggae rockers have reportedly pressed their single “Dabbington” onto a slab containing $6,000 worth of smokable hashish, to promote a brand of hash being marketed by Stoopid manager Jon Phillips.
An EP collection, Some Offcell Voices,
is due via Temporary Residence in March, with a limited vinyl edition of 1,000 copies.
Warren DeMartini, Juan Crocier, and Stephen Pearcy have formed yet another version of Ratt, this time without longtime drummer Bobby Blotzer, who recently lost his lawsuit seeking control of the band's name and music.
A new Manganista track "Mr. Who" will be released on a split single featuring Unsteady’s song "Liar," pressed on randomly colored vinyl to make every record unique.
He's collaborating with producer/songsmith Dan Penn on an album featuring guests like Muscle Shoals bassist David Hood, blues guitarist Colin Linden, and gospel singers the McCrary Sisters.