The Nashville artist blurs the lines between folk, roots and rock with her longtime four-piece band, The Party Line. They preview music from upcoming album Champion (10/13 via Blue Pig Music). VICE Noisey calls the title track “a love song made for dancing…rock and bluegrass merge to create a joyous, celebratory feeling.”
A year ago, the LA-via-Philadelphia folk-rock five-piece uploaded a few songs onto Spotify on a whim. Now their music has tens of millions of streams, and they have played Newport Folk Festival, Bonnaroo, Made In America and Lollapalooza. The band performs ahead of an upcoming national tour with Neko Case and the release of a new album.
A year ago, the LA-via-Philadelphia folk-rock five-piece uploaded a few songs onto Spotify on whim. Now their music have tens of millions of streams and they have played Newport Folk Festival, Bonnaroo, Made In America and Lollapalooza. The band plays a hometown show ahead of an upcoming national tour with Neko Case and the release of a new album.
The experimental Americana trio features brothers Brad and Andrew Barr on guitar and drums, respectively, and Sarah Page on harp. They explore the farthest reaches of folk on their tour for new album Queens Of The Breakers (10/13 via Secret City Records).
The band ends its global tour for new album Painted Ruins (RCA Records) with two shows in its newly adopted hometown (most of the band is now based in LA). The shows will feature old favorites and music from the new album, which is already being hailed as “spellbinding” (Rolling Stone), “insistent” (The New York Times) and “a sonically ambitious return” (Pigeons & Planes).
GRAMMY-winning Ferguson trumpeter and Rolling Stone “Artist You Need to Know” headlines the “Jazz Is Dead” showcase hosted by Azul Amaral. The internationally acclaimed musician has worked with D’Angelo, Beyoncé, Jay Z and more, and the New York Times calls his latest LP The Mugician (Legacy Recordings/Mass Appeal Records) “a stirring piece that consolidates elegy and exhortation.”
The second night of the band’s back-to-back shows are a part of the band’s first tour in four years. Paste Quarterly has high praise for new album Painted Ruins (RCA Records), saying that "Grizzly Bear made an album for the times: something wild and alive, bucking assumptions and beaming color, their best yet.”