Photo via the Grammys' Facebook The 58th Annual Grammy Awards air February 15 on CBS. Today, the latest round of lineup additions has been announced. Ice Cube and his son O'Shea Jackson, representing Straight Outta Compton, will join Ariana Grande and Selena Gomez as presenters, Billboard reports. Show More Summary
The Grammys are this coming Monday night, and there is a lot of speculation about the biggest category of the evening: Album of the Year. Taylor Swift, Kendrick Lamar, Alabama Shakes, Chris Stapleton, and The Weeknd are the nominees, and all five of them have proven themselves worthy of the [...]
Former indie and major label musician (The Lemonheads, Blake Babies) turned music attorney John Strohm who represents, among others, The Alabama Shakes and Bon Iver shares his optimistic vision for the future of streaming and the music business in general. ________________________________ Guest post from Songspace The last 15 years have...
Kendrick Lamar, Taylor Swift, The Weeknd, The Alabama Shakes, and Chris Stapleton may be facing off the Grammys, but they sound pretty good when they band together. See also: Super Bowl advertisers just want America to have fun thisShow More Summary
Alabama Shakes have announced the North American leg of their world tour. After some dates in South America this March, they'll tour theaters and stadiums across North America. They've also announced appearancs at a few music festivals including Sasquatch, Hangout, and Forecastle. Show More Summary
One of our favorite queer reality shows is back for a second season tonight -- and there's nothing else quite like it currently on television. "The Prancing Elites Project" follows a group of queer, black, gender non-conforming individuals...Show More Summary
In continued support of their Grammy-nominated album, Sound & Color.
Alabama Shakes will kick off a North American headline tour on April 21 at Nashville’s Ascend Amphitheatre. The spring outing will include evenings at Uptown Amphitheater in Charlotte, NC (April 22) and Volvo Cars Stadium in Charleston, SC (April 23). Show More Summary
The organizers behind Sasquatch Music Festival have announced the lineup for the 15th edition, taking place May 27th - 30th, with over 120 artists including performances by The Cure, Florence & The Machine, Disclosure, Major Lazer, Alabama Shakes, A$AP Rocky, Sufjan Stevens, M83, Grimes, Chet Faker, and Jamie xx. Show More Summary
Sufjan Stevens, M83, Alabama Shakes, ASAP Rocky, Grimes will also head to the Gorge over Memorial Day Weekend.
Pink Floyd and The Beatles top the likes of Arctic Monkeys, Sufjan Stevens, and Alabama Shakes.
The Alabama Crimson Tide (13-1) looked unstoppable in the Cotton Bowl, beating Michigan State in the semifinal round of the College Football Playoff. The Clemson Tigers (14-0) needed a little bit of time to shake off Oklahoma in theShow More Summary
The season 41 premiere also features LA soul maestros Vintage Trouble.
The stellar 41st season of Austin City Limits picked up where it left off Saturday night as the Alabama Shakes, fresh off their Album of the Year Grammy nomination, delivered a six-song set featuring tracks off their 2015 LP Sound & Color. The hour-long ACL episode was split between Brittany Howard's...
After making their first appearance on Austin City Limits three years ago in support of the their 2012 debut, blues-rockers Alabama Shakes returned to the PBS music show last night to kick off its 41st season, playing songs from last year’s great Sound & Color. We’ve already previewed “Gimme All Your Love,” “Don’t Wanna Fight,” […]
Roots rockers perform six songs from their sophomore album, Sound & Color.
SERIES Austin City Limits Hard-rocking R&B group Alabama Shakes, fronted by powerhouse singer-guitarist Brittany Howard, plays songs from their latest album, "Sound & Color." 8 p.m. KVCR, midnight KOCE MythBusters Hosts Adam Savage and Jamie Hyneman offer a sneak peek at the show's upcoming final...
YouTube Vintage Trouble is the latest excellent band to come out of the R&B revival movement, joining performers like Leon Bridges, The Alabama Shakes, Lianne LaHavas and many others, and here's a great example of their stripped-down live show from Austin City Limits. Ty Taylor (vocals) Nalle Colt (guitar) Richard Danielson (drums) Rick Barrio Dill (bass)
Next week, Alabama Shakes will open the forthcoming season of "Austin City Limits" on PBS. Before it airs, they're rolling out a few previews and web exclusives. Watch the band perform tracks from Sound & Colour below, including "Gimme All Your Love", shared today via Stereogum.
Alabama Shakes killed the late-night circuit this year. First Fallon, then Conan, then Colbert. The band’s brand of blues rock makes for an oh-so-soulful live show with Brittany Howard’s heartfelt wails commanding the stage. The Shakes will take their talents to the Austin City Limits stage to kick off season 41 of the show. They […]