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Dallas band Party Static make danceable, sneery punk that is in the same general sonic universe as Priests, The Gossip or Romeo Void. The five-piece's new single is "Wasted Waster" that's dripping wet with attitude... Continue readi...
Mish Barber-Way, the lead singer of the punk band White Lung, lounged by her pool in her Arcadia backyard. Peacocks screamed across the street as her husband brought out Mason jars of iced coffee, and a gentle Southern rock record played from the living room stereo. Everything seemed pretty sunny...
Jun-Hyuk Choi studies doublebass in Seoul. He saw a vacant instrument in a long-established Florentine and asked, respectfully, if he could join in. Almost four million people have now watched the video.
In 1969, high priestess of funk Betty Davis recorded two legendary sessions produced by her then-husband Miles Davis at Columbia's 52nd Street Studios in Manhattan. The band consisted of Mitch Mitchell (Jimi Hendrix Experience drummer),...Show More Summary
The band raged on, playing vintage rhythm-and-blues hits inside what was designed to appear as a New Orleans street corner. From the balcony above, men and women tossed beads to the onlookers. Now in its second decade, the Electronic Entertainment Expo, which concluded Thursday night at the Los...
Finally, we close out our live performance week of Never Found bands playing Minneapolis' legendary nightclub First Avenue & 7th Street Entry with the band Trip Shakespeare. Trip Shakespeare was a poppy, trippy, neo-psychedelic band out of Minneapolis. Their songs were just packed with catchy hooks, but mainstream charting …
Today's Never Found live performance by a Minneapolis band at the legendary nightclub First Avenue & 7th Street Entry (sounds like an award) features the avant-garde band The Wallets. Led by artist/accordion player Steve Kramer, The Wallets have been described by the Minneapolis Star Tribune as a "mix of polka, rock, …
Continuing our look at Minneapolis bands performing live at the legendary nightclub First Avenue & 7th Street Entry we find The Mighty Mofos. The Mofos were (and are still) the quintessential bar band.
If the E Street Band are to the last stadium rockers standing, maybe we’ll concede that stadium rock was alright after all
A whole army of indie bands took part in Day Of The Dead, the National’s triple-disc Grateful Dead tribute compilation that came out last week. Many of the versions of songs that appeared on the album were fairly faithful and solemn, but one band that really took liberties was Unknown Orchestra, the all-over-the-place trio. Their […]
In New Orleans’ historic Tremé neighborhood, a sea of “rainbow children” in purple wigs, sequins and sparkles saturated the streets. People of all ages, races, gender expressions and backgrounds followed the buoyant brass band horns and booty-shaking drumbeats of the second-line parade honoring the Purple One. We clapped, shouted and sang to the heavens. There […]
Post by Jenny Erikson. When Prince Harry attended a Bruce Springsteen concert recently, he had no idea he'd end up with a girlfriend! Olivia Tallent, the daughter of the bassist for Bruce Springsteen's E Street Band, posted a selfieShow More Summary
The Beatles had only been in America for 11 days when they found themselves herded into Miami Beach's 5th Street Gym for a photo op with a 22-year-old boxer named Cassius Clay. It was February 18th, 1964, and the band was in town to film their second appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show. Clay...
Waiting on a sunny day in Glasgow can often be a forlorn task, but three in a row is unusual to say the least. Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band opened their gig at Scotland's national football stadium last night with Waitin' on a Sunny Day - and the sun is still shining today. Show More Summary
I can hardly believe that a whole three years have passed since I went to see Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band play at Hampden Stadium in Glasgow. I suppose it's because time flies by so quickly when you're fighting the good fight...Show More Summary
The Boss was in the Irish capital with the E Street Band on the current leg of his 'River' tour.
Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band swung by Dublin for a tour stop this weekend, and guess which famous Dubliner showed up for a surprise appearance? Yup! Bono. Watch the gentlemen perform a fun cover of Patti Smith's classic "Because The Night," because the night — and the spectators ... More »
Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band were joined onstage by Bono last night during their second show at Dublin’s Croke Park. The U2 frontman performed a rendition of “Because The Night,” which Springsteen co-wrote with Patti Smith and was originally released as a single off of her album Easter in 1978. Bono and Springsteen […]