Alabama Shakes play a free Sailor Jerry party for Fleet Week aboard the Intrepid on Wednesday, May 24. Continue reading…
Plus: Thundercat, Paramore, Seu Jorge, Swans, Phil Lesh, Lucero, Liars, and more tickets to NYC area shows. Continue reading…
When PBS gets done broadcasting American Epic, a documentary series about the beginnings of America's popular music recording business, it'll run a special called The American Epic Sessions. On the show, contemporary musicians will play their versions of American blues classics, and they'll do it in the last '20s-style recording studio that we've got left.
"One of our favorite early memories as a band was playing The Bowery Ballroom in NYC," the band says. Continue reading…
Sounds like: Fiona Apple, Alabama Shakes, Florence And The Machine Song: Huxlee - Ugly What's so good? Huxlee has really given herself to her latest EP, Appetite. "Ugly" is the opening track of the EP and sets the mood perfectly with...Show More Summary
Sounds like: Fiona Apple, Alabama Shakes Song: Huxlee - Marquee What's so good? On "Marquee," LA singer-songwriter Huxlee uses open-tuned warbly guitars and asks why we sabotage positive and loving relationships, and if that sabotage...Show More Summary
Sounds like: Radkey, Alabama Shakes, Hanni El Khatib What's so good? You know, I'm not even sure where Benjamin Booker went in between now and the release of his bluesy, rockabilly self-titled debut back in 2014. Based on the numberShow More Summary
Jack White, Alabama Shakes, and Willie Nelson also feature in 'American Epic'.
The soundtrack for the HBO drama series “Big Little Lies” has been announced. Out this Friday, Big Little Lies: Music From The HBO Limited Series features music played throughout the season, including songs by Alabama Shakes (“This...Show More Summary
Sounds like: Bill Withers, Alabama Shakes, Lee Fields and the Expressions What's so good? If you happen to watch HBO's Big Little Lies, than you likely already know this soulful, sexy, oh-so-fucking-catchy tune from Michael Kiwanuka....Show More Summary
Sounds like: Alabama Shakes, Adele What's so good? SXSW has ended and hordes of exhausted musicians and fans are pouring out of Austin. There is one question being asked of us zombies over and over: What is the best thing you heard? My...Show More Summary
Plus Patti Smith, Sufjan Stevens, Alabama Shakes, Ben Harper, and more sing "People Have the Power".
The 2017 edition of the annual Tibet House Benefit at Carnegie Hall happened Thursday night (3/16) with its usual impressive lineup of musical talent and some very interesting pairings. It also doubled as a birthday party for Philip Glass. Continue reading…
Every year, the Tibet House US nonprofit throws a big benefit show at New York's Carnegie Hall, and it always features a whole ton of rock and avant-garde legends, many of them performing songs they wouldn't ordinarily do. Last night was the 30th annual Tibet House benefits, and it doubled as am 80th birthday party…
Tonight, the Tibet House hosted its 30th annual benefit concert. This year’s extravaganza celebrated Philip Glass’ 80th birthday, and featured Glass on the bill of performers alongside Patti Smith, Laurie Anderson, Iggy Pop, Sufjan Stevens, New Order, and more. Show More Summary
Lorde, Alabama Shakes, MGMT, Broken Social Scene, Liam Gallagher Father John Misty, The Shins, and many more.
Sounds like: Of Empires, Millions, Alabama Shakes, Saint Motel Song: SATELLITE HEARTS - 16:12 What's so good? "16:12." That's eight minutes to 16:20 (4:20 for my American compatriots). Which means these are very prepared stoners. What does one do for those eight minutes? Joints take one person about two minutes to roll. Show More Summary
Plus: Kings of Leon, Usher with The Roots, Snoop Dogg, Alabama Shakes, Trey Anastasio Band, and Widespread Panic.
The lineup for the 2017 New Orleans Jazz Fest has been revealed and it includes headliners Stevie Wonder, Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers and Maroon 5. Other standouts include Usher and The Roots, Trey Anastasio, Dave Matthews and Tim Reynolds, Alabama Shakes, Widespread Panic, Kings of Leon, Lorde, Wilco, Earth Wind & Fire and more. Show More Summary