Wilson recently opened for Todd Rundgren, telling the Reader
"During our final song, after whipping my keyboard player with a large plastic bag, Todd Rundgren's manager jumped on the stage and started yelling in my ear 'get off the stage now.' It was a good night."
Sande Lollis won the West Coast Country Music Association competition for Best Female Vocalist of the Year and Best Female Entertainer of the Year, earning a slot at the national competition at Pigeon Forge, Tennessee in March 2018.
They're streaming a demo of "Only Dying," a previously unreleased song that will appear on the September 29 release of multiple 25th anniversary deluxe editions of their debut album, Core.
His Colorful Radiation
album, due in November, is preceded by a single and video for the track "Rise," which he describes as "my reaction to the Trump phenomena."
The Rock and Roll Hall-of-Famer and former Byrd/Flying Burrito Brother has a new album, Bidin' My Time
, recorded with Tom Petty.
Mark Hoppus' song “Not Every Dog Goes To Heaven,” inspired by National Lampoon’s Vacation,
appears on the charity album Dog Songs,
released to raise money to help dogs affected by Hurricane Harvey.
The Pearl Jam/Soundgarden drummer is streaming "Time Can't Wait" as the lead single from his forthcoming debut solo album, Cavedweller.
Richard Filaccio recorded a new version of his 1986 solo track "The Night of the Hunter," which he describes as "A tale of a nightmarish escape scene from a vampire, running and hiding, but also realizing it is too late. Things have happened...horrible things."
After nearly two decades with the management team run by former local concert promoter Bill Silva, Mraz has parted ways with the firm.
While touring with Lifehouse, they teamed up with that band at a Nashville studio to record a benefit single for Hurricane Harvey victims, “Shine Like Gold.”
A split 7-inch with another local husband-and-wife band, the Oxen, debuts at the Casbah October 12. "We'll be releasing two videos for each of the tracks and cameo in each other videos, as well as some guest appearances from other North County bands," says guitarist Dave Matthies.
The band has a new music video for their song "Sex in the Bathroom," off their new album Decomposure
and featuring scenes shot at Live Wire by director Bridey Hicks.
Their new We Don't Need to Whisper – Acoustic EP
reworks four songs from their 2006 debut album.
A fully animated video is streaming online for the track "The Edge," off his most recent album The Gift Horse.
The reactivated band featuring Rick Froberg and John Reis has signed to Sub Pop Records and will release a new album in 2018.