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Alabama Shakes’ Brittany Howard Releases Surprise Debut As Thunderbitch

10 hours agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

Alabama Shakes released their sophomore LP Sound & Color earlier this year, and now frontwoman Brittany Howard has just followed that up with the surprise self-titled debut from her side-project Thunderbitch. The band also includes members of Fly Golden Eagle and Clear Plastic Masks, and you can stream the whole thing on the Thunderbitch website […]

Alabama Shakes' Brittany Howard Made a Sick Punk Album With Her Thunderbitch Side Project

Earlier this summer, Alabama Shakes frontwoman Brittany Howard told Vulture that "there's no way to be original," in reference to the myriad influences on her band's latest album, Sound & Color. While that may be true, if there's any way to keep things fresh, it's to never stop moving forward... More »

Alabama Shakes' Brittany Howard Releases Album as Thunderbitch

Photo by Ashley Boyd Jones Earlier this year, Alabama Shakes released their new album Sound & Colour. Now, as Rolling Stone points out, frontwoman Brittany Howard has released another new album, this time under the name Thunderbitch....Show More Summary

Alabama Shakes' Brittany Howard Releases New LP as Thunderbitch

Brittany Howard has wasted no time following up Alabama Shakes' remarkable new record, Sound and Color, releasing an 10-track, self-titled new LP under the moniker Thunderbitch, Fuse reports. Thunderbitch is available to stream in full on the band's website, while a vinyl copy is available to purchase for $15 via Alabama Shakes' merch shop. Digital...


Alabama Shakes frontwoman, Brittany Howard, has a side project that surfaces from time to time in the Nashville scene called Thunderbitch. Well, Thunderbitch went and dropped an album this week and it’s everything I wanted the new Alabama Shakes album to be but wasn’t. Check out the video below, stream the entire album over on […]

SONG PREMIERE: The Pollies – “Jackson”

Few states have been cranking out musical talent like Alabama these days. Jason Isbell, Alabama Shakes, and even Lee Bains III and the Glory Fires may ring a bell, but one group that is sure to have a presence on the national scene in the coming year is The Pollies. Show More Summary

In Photos: Alabama Shakes at Alpharetta’s Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre (08/21)

Brittany Howard and co. delivered an intimate and inspired performance deep in suburban Atlanta.

Concert review: Alabama Shakes dazzle in Alpharetta

It takes a lot of chutzpah for a band to leave off its setlist the song that first put them on the map. A group has to be pretty confident in the rest of its...

How Tate Martell's Commitment Shakes Up 2017 QB Recruiting Class

Less than two weeks shy of his junior season, 5-star quarterback prospect Tate Martell committed to Texas A&M on Thursday evening. The 5'11", 180-pound prospect picked the Aggies over fellow finalists Michigan, Washington, Alabama and USC. Show More Summary

Alabama Shakes singer gives Instagram guitar lesson

Rock music history is rife with musicians who developed a sort of God complex from money and fame. A posting on Instagram recently indicates fame is unlikely to corrupt Brittany Howard, the lead singer and guitarist for the Alabama Shakes, who used the photo and video sharing platform to give a fan a guitar lesson. […]

Mark Ronson - Daffodils Ft. Kevin Parker (Foals Cover)

Sounds like: Mark Ronson & The Business Intl, Alabama Shakes, Jungle Song: Mark Ronson - Daffodils Ft. Kevin Parker (Foals Cover) What's so good? Triple J's Like A Version has at this point established itself as the premiere source of huge-bands-doing-huger-covers. Foals' rendition of "Daffodils" is no exception. Show More Summary

Alabama Shakes - Todd Boone's "Sound & Color" Infomercial

2 weeks agoHumor : Funny or Die

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Alabama Shakes knock out two-song performance on Conan — watch

Roots rockers "Gimme All Your Love", with "Future People" as an added bonus.

Watch Alabama Shakes Absolutely Own The Stage On Conan

2 weeks agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

Alabama Shakes released the adventurous and pretty great blues-rock album Sound & Color earlier this year, and they’ve been building a reputation as a volcanic live act since long before then. Last night on Conan, they brought the full force of their live presence, playing two songs and showing just how ridiculously badass they can […]

Gary Clark Jr. - The Healing

Sounds like: Black Joe Lewis, The Black Keys, Alabama Shakes Song: Gary Clark Jr. - The Healing What's so good? Guitar virtuoso Gary Clark Jr. is back with two new singles, "Grinder" and "The Healing." Readying the release of his long-awaited sophomore album, The Story Of Sunny Boy Slim, Clark Jr. Show More Summary

Watch Paul McCartney Do “FourFiveSeconds,” “Get Back” With Alabama Shakes’ Brittany Howard

A lot of great performances came out of Lollapalooza this weekend, including these two from Paul McCartney, who headlined the festival Friday night with a mix of crowd-pleasers old and new. McCartney followed up his solo performanceShow More Summary

Watch Paul McCartney Play “Get Back” With Alabama Shakes’ Brittany Howard And “FourFiveSeconds” At Lollapalooza

During the encore of his headlining set at Lollapalooza last night, Sir Paul McCartney brought out Alabama Shakes frontwoman Brittany Howard to assist on “Get Back.” Howard played guitar and sang harmonies and even took lead on the second verse. And in addition to his setlist of Beatles and Wings classics, Macca also busted out […]

Paul McCartney Performs "Get Back" With Alabama Shakes' Brittany Howard, "FourFiveSeconds" at Lollapalooza

Photo via Twitter Last night, Paul McCartney headlined Lollapalooza. His set included a bunch of solo and Beatles classics, of course. He also performed "FourFiveSeconds", his collaborative single with Kanye West and Rihanna. Though neither of his collaborators on that song appeared, he did bring out Alabama Shakes' Brittany Howard during "Get Back". Show More Summary

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