Mothers’ 2016 Release Still Making Tracks

What started as a solo musical endeavor of Athens, Georgia native Kristine Leschper has turned into a promising band that we now know as Mothers. Earlier this year they released their rather lovely debut offering, “When You Walk a Long Distance You Are Tired”, via Grand Jury Music. The group first caught my attention last […]

via MOTHERS – ” When You Walk a Long Distance You Are Tired ” Best Albums Of 2016 — The Fat Angel Sings


Explore Reinhardt’s Music Through Mark Morris and Friends at Django in Georgetown November 11-12

IDAHO SPRINGS Mark Morris hopes his new Django in Georgetown event will do for gypsy jazz what his Clear Creek RapidGrass festival has done locally for modern bluegrass. He is bringing the world’s “hottest” gypsy swing band to the Georgetown Heritage Center, Nov. 11-12, in an effort to spread the genre of music, its audience […]

via Explore Reinhardt’s gypsy music at concert, workshops — MMAC Monthly – Mountain Music, Arts & Culture

Norah Jones at Queen Elizabeth Theatre

Photos by: Timothy Nguyen – Jazz artist Norah Jones, who released her sixth solo album, Day Breaks, on October 7th, 2016 via Blue Note, which followed up her 2013 album, Foreverly, which served as a collaborative album with Billie Joe Armstrong of Green Day.

via Photos: Norah Jones @ Queen Elizabeth Theatre — Aesthetic Magazine | Album Reviews, Concert Photography, Interviews, Contests

Temple of the Dog: 25th Anniversary Tour


25 years after the lone album from a group who shook and stirred the Seattle music scene (Hell. This was such a milestone for the Seattle music scene, bringing together crucial pieces to an entire era of music still channeling listeners today), I’m proud to announce the band of grunge prophets confirming a US tour for 2016. Continue reading “Temple of the Dog: 25th Anniversary Tour”

James Vincent McMorrow: Albert Hall Performance

What a glorious venue the Albert Hall, Manchester is. Having never stepped foot inside this hidden gem, it quickly became one of my favourite venues to visit. The recently renovated Chapel, housed above the quirky German inspired beer palace Alberts Schloss, is a real treat for gig goers. I couldn’t think of a more fitting venue for James Vincent McMorrow to perform a medley of his beautiful tracks in.

via Gig Review; James Vincent McMorrow — Hansays_

The Shimmer Band: Neighbourhood Festival — The View from Chloe Armelle


The first act of the day for me were the psychedelic rockers from Bristol, The Shimmer Band, at Underdog. Having supported Blossoms and Milburn on their recent tours, it is definitely true to say that these 4 lads from Bristol are already being recognised for their musical prowess. The best way I can think of […] Continue reading “The Shimmer Band: Neighbourhood Festival — The View from Chloe Armelle”