Scarbrough is at it again, shaking off defenders for two first-half touchdowns
It's been a crazy lead-up to Monday's title game, with Alabama's Nick Saban shaking up his coaching staff by removing offensive coordinator Lane Kiffin. That's just one of several major storylines to the rematch...
Skyway Man is a Nashville-based James Wallace. He's a member of Promised Land Sound, a favorite of Alabama Shakes leader Brittany Howard (thanks to his other project James Wallace & The Naked Light), and a friend of fellow Richmond natives Matthew E. White and Natalie Prass. White's Spacebomb Orchestra is all over Wallace's new Skyway…
ESPN did a weird thing on Saturday ahead of the Peach Bowl when it circulated a clip online showing Alabama’s captains refusing to shake hands with their Washington counterparts after the coin toss. Alabama wasn't interested in the pregame handshake today.https://t.co/kYXvQi89kN — ESPN (@espn) December 31, 2016 The clip went viral quickly, inspiring hundreds of […]
Although Captains from Alabama and Washington came out on the field and shook hands before the coin toss, it was what happened after that had social media talking. After the Coin toss was over, the head ref instructed both teams to shake hands – Washington players complied, but Bama players did not.
Captains from Alabama and Washington were instructed to shake hands after the opening coin toss. The Huskies complied. Their Crimson Tide (...)
Maybe it means something. Maybe it doesn’t. What will the children think when they see the Peach Bowl’s pregame handshake, (or lack thereof)? The cynic in me hopes this is a savage intentional snub. Alabama thumbing their nose at these westerners to assert pregame superiority with a mind game. Show More Summary
Lynneice Washington won an historic election this November even as Donald Trump destroyed Hillary Clinton in Alabama. Here's what she has planned.
Today, John Legend released his new album Darkness and Light via Columbia. It includes the previously released Chance collaboration “Penthouse Floor,” as well as previously announced contributions from Miguel, Alabama Shakes’ Brittany Howard, Kamasi Washington, and more. Show More Summary
John Legend released his new album, Darkness And Light today, and it has credited guest spots from Chance The Rapper, Kamasi Washington, and Alabama Shakes’ Brittany Howard, writing credits from Will Oldham (aka Bonnie “Prince” Billy) and Tobias Jesso Jr., and apparently an uncredited vocal contribution from Perfume Genius’ Mike Hadreas, according to a tweet […]
Following this year’s collaborative album Love Letter For The Fire with Iron & Wine’s Sam Beam, Jesca Hoop is continuing her relationship with Sub Pop via a solo LP called Memories Are Now early next year. Blake Mills (Alabama Shakes, Fiona Apple) produced the project, which is teased today with a video for lead single […]
Sounds like: Kings Of Leon, Alabama Shakes, Arctic Monkeys, Young The Giant Song: The Georgia Flood - Whistle King What's so good? Besides the killer guitar in the beginning, and then the thunderous thumps that follow, this next rocked...Show More Summary
John Legend is covered in shadows in the just released artwork for his fifth studio album Darkness and Light! The 37-year-old singer’s new 12-track collection, produced by Blake Mills (Alabama Shakes), is set to include the lead single “Love Me Now,” and appearances from Chance the Rapper, Miguel, and Brittany Howard of Alabama Shakes. A [...]
'Darkness and Light,' out Dec. 2, features Chance the Rapper, Alabama Shakes and Miguel.
Alabama still a near-unanimous No.1 followed by Michigan, Clemson, Washington and Louisville.
When Alabama couldn’t shake Texas A&M in a battle of unbeaten, top-10 teams, it was Jonathan Allen’s scoop-and-score defensive touchdown that effectively brushed aside the latest would-be challenger. What else? A star defensive end, Allen returned a fumble 30 yards for a touchdown in the final...
Nick Saban now takes his 8-0 record into the bye week, with really only two tests left.
Sounds like: MIllions, Alabama Shakes, Saint Motel Song: Of Empires - Baby Darlin' Sugar What's so good? If you've been craving some classic British rock and roll, then you've certainly come to the right place. Brighton quartet Of Empires...Show More Summary
Hillary Clinton’s running mate, Senator Tim Kaine, is a big music fan. He’s revealed his love of the Replacements (namely, Let It Be), as well as David Bowie, Alabama Shakes, Lucy Dacus, and others. Kaine is also an avid harmonica player, and like any great musician, he deserves a moniker. Show More Summary
Last night, John Legend released a new song called “Love Me Now.” It’s the first track from his upcoming album Darkness & Light. Along with releasing the song, Legend took to Facebook Live to answer a few fan questions. He revealed that Chance the Rapper, Miguel, Alabama Shakes’ Brittany Howard, and Kamasi Washington will feature on the new album. Show More Summary