The 2016 Sasquatch music festival returns to Quincy, WA this Memorial Day Weekend, and as usual, there's a lot of good stuff to see. Big names include Florence + the Machine, Alabama Shakes, Grimes, Sufjan Stevens, M83, Disclosure, A$AP Rocky, Leon Bridges, and more. Show More Summary
Dave Matthews Band fans are raising their DMB Flower Series Pint Glasses to celebrate DMB’s 25th Anniversary. Cheers to Dave Matthews Band for 25 years of rock n’ roll magic and landing the number one merch item this month. Alabama Shakes, a Merchbar favorite, is coming in strong with a...
Sounds like: Thee Oh Sees, Alabama Shakes, Heartless Bastards Song: Seratones - Chandelier What's so good? After losing myself in Seratones' rockin' debut album Get Gone, I keep fantasizing about a night where I finish a massive, messy,...Show More Summary
John Paul White has been keeping busy. Post Civil Wars split he founded the Florence, AL based indie label Single Lock Records and Single Lock Records’ live music venue 116 E. Mobile with Ben Tanner from Alabama Shakes and Will Trapp. The label that has released the acclaimed debut of St. Paul And The Broken […]
It’s been reported today that a private service was held with friends and family at Paisley Park for Prince, after his body was cremated. The Associated Press reported that Sheila E., a former protege of Prince’s, was sighted at his home. Show More Summary
Here are the five best events going down in Charlotte and the surrounding area today, April 22, 2016 as selected by the folks at Creative Loafing. • Cherry Pie exhibit at Union Shop Studio • Alabama Shakes at Charlotte Metro Credit Union...Show More Summary
Grammy Award-winning rock band Alabama Shakes are the latest musical act to speak out on North Carolina's controversial HB2 law, commonly referred to as the "bathroom bill." "I think it was wrong what the lawmakers did," singer Brittany Howard said in a music festival podcast interview for CRN International. Speaking about the LGBT community, Howard...
Sounds like: Sallie Ford, Shakey Graves, Alabama Shakes Song: Esme Patterson - Feel Right What's so good? I am beyond elated to hear that Esme Patterson is back and fiercer than ever with her new track “Feel Right.” With a hop and leap...Show More Summary
In the hours following the announcement that Prince was found dead this morning at his Paisley Park estate in Minnesota at the age of 57, countless people have taken to social media to pay tribute to the icon. Below, find reactions from...Show More Summary
Toronto’s Darcys have just released their new single “Miracle,” produced by JUNO and Grammy award winner Shawn Everett (Alabama Shakes, Julian Casablancas). “Miracle” is the first release since 2013’s Polaris and JUNO-nominated album Warring. The band draws influence from Prince, The Killers, MGMT and Chromeo. Show More Summary
Dawes has announced plans for a busy summer season, highlighted by a major US headline tour. The dates begin Sunday, July 3rd at Manteo, NC’s Waterside Theatre and then continue through late July (see itinerary below). Dawes will be...Show More Summary
Nashville’s annual music festival, Live on the Green, is set to run on Thursday nights on August 11, 18 & 25 and Thursday-Saturday, September 1-3. Acts appearing include: Alabama Shakes, Cage The Elephant, Passion Pit, Ben Folds, Rodrigo y Gabriela, Band of Horses, Cold War Kids, The Wallflowers, Citizen Cope, The Wailers and more. Show More Summary
Also includes Passion Pit, Death Cab, The Decemberists, Alabama Shakes, Kacey Musgraves, Chris Stapleton, Ryan Adams, Cheap Trick, Weird Al, and... Sir Mix-A-Lot, plus many more. Continue reading…
Sting with Peter Gabriel, Alabama Shakes, Weezer, Passion Pit, Ryan Adams, Death Cab For Cutie, Garbage, The Decemberists, and many more.
A Bay Area concert-goers dream come true.
Panorama will make its debut with headliners Kendrick Lamar, LCD Soundsystem and Arcade Fire. The lineup for the inaugural music, art and tech festival is stacked, featuring artists like Sia, A$AP Rocky, FKA twigs, Alabama Shakes, Sufjan Stevens and more. Show More Summary
Plus: The National, Sufjan Stevens, Sia, Alabama Shakes, Broken Social Scene, Run the Jewels, and much more.
Alabama Shakes, Duran Duran, Steve Aoki, Death Cab for Cutie, and more in West Palm Beach.
Here we go behind the scenes of Alabama Shakes' Grammy nominated and critically acclaimed album Sound and Color to hear the band, producers, engineers, and others from the production team discuss the creative and technical process behind assembling the album. __________________________ Guest Post by Bill Forman on Medium Alabama Shakes:...