Alabama commitment Deionte Thompson is a 2015 recruit, so there's plenty of time for his recruitment to shake up. That said, there's little reason for the Crimson Tide to worry they will lose Thompson's commitment. Sure, anything can happen—this is college football recruiting, after all—but Alabama is, well, Alabama. Show More Summary
Believe it or not we’re approaching the 10th anniversary of the formation of Bustle In Your Hedgerow. As the story goes, our own Aaron Stein dreamed up the idea of having guitarist Scott Metzger, drummer Joe Russo and keyboardist Marco...Show More Summary
Superjam is an annual tradition at Bonnaroo, and this year the fest hosted three of them. One was led by Jim James and John Oates, with appearances by R. Kelly, Billy Idol, Larry Graham, and Brittany Howard of the Alabama Shakes. R. Kelly covered Sam Cooke. Billy Idol covered T. Rex. Check out some videos [...]
Plus, Larry Graham and Alabama Shakes' Brittany Howard.
Los Angeles band Leftover Cuties has announced their sophomore full-length The Spark & The Fire, set for release this summer. The band has performed alongside bands like The Alabama Shakes and Shelby Lynne, and the band has been featured...Show More Summary
The TV sport immediately follows their album release via Rough Trade, and anticipates a national tour with fellow Southern rockers The Alabama Shakes and harmony maestros Dr. Dog.
Track comes from the most recent True Blood soundtrack.
After the positive reaction Alabama Shakes got for their contribution to the Silver Linings Playbook soundtrack, it’s no wonder they’ve been tapped to work on the latest True Blood soundtrack.… Read more articles like "Alabama Shakes – “Pocket Change”" on PMA - Pretty Much Amazing.
Tonight as part of BlackBerry Live, Alicia Keys as well as musical guests Alabama Shakes, Miguel, Maria Gadu and Cedric Gervais will be webcasting a concert beginning at 7:30 pm.
My talented friend, Chris Hershman, who filmed some of our standout HearYa Live Sessions with Alabama, Shakes, Plants and Animals and Mates of State keeps his days busy filming guitar porn and live sessions over at Chicago Music Exchange on Lincoln Ave. CME is one of the sexiest damn music stores I’ve ever spent time [...]
New soundtrack also features My Morning Jacket, Warpaint, Alabama Shakes, The Flaming Lips, and more
When I saw the lineup for the brand new Bottle Rock Napa Valley festival, my jaw dropped. The Black Keys, Kings of Leon, The Shins, Flaming Lips, Alabama Shakes, Andrew Bird, Edward Sharpe, Dirty Projectors, Iron and Wine, Mavis Staples, Sharon Van Etten, Best Coast… the list went on and on. Show More Summary
Our St. Louis readers are in for a treat this September, when HT faves Wilco, Jim James, The National and Alabama Shakes head up the lineup for this year’s LouFest. The event takes place in St. Louis’s Forest Park on September 7 – 8. Other...Show More Summary
Alabama Shakes, Ed Sharpe, Jim James, Local Natives, too.
Visit Indie Shuffle to download. Sounds like: Fruit Bats, Blitzen Trapper, Alabama Shakes Song: Dr. Dog - Lonesome [download here] What's so good? Here’s the thing about the Greek Theater in Berkeley: it’s pretty difficult to have a bad show-going experience there. Show More Summary
This week our playlist includes music by Beck, Yma Sumac, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Earlimart, Van Halen, Tori Amos, Alabama Shakes and more.
Two fuel barges blew up on the Mobile River in Alabama, shaking the ground and sending a percussion that could be heard some 20 miles away. At least three people were hurt.
This week's encore episode of Saturday Night Live hosted by Christoph Waltz and with musical guest Alabama shakes averaged a 1.8 adults 18-49 rating in the 25 markets with local people meters
Joshua Casher is a 3-star center recruit from Mobile, Alabama, and he's currently committed to the Auburn Tigers. The world of college football recruiting is often times very unpredictable though, and a commitment can be shaken up by one single offer, especially if that offer comes from Nick Saban and the Alabama Crimson Tide. Show More Summary
A celebration of Memphis soul music occurred at the White House yesterday and ended with a star-studded concert that included Mavis Staples and Alabama Shakes as well as Booker T. Jones and Justin Timberlake. “Let’s face it, who does not love this music?” President Obama said when opening the event. Show More Summary