“Move” hit the airways, funk-filled and falsetto-laced.
Justin Symbol & Co. have created the sound of a creepy, carnal journey through the mind of a lost soul.
When you hear “Sunday Mornin’ Comin’ Down,” you feel the weariness and sadness written by a man who’s been there.
Simple Plan has embarked on an anniversary tour to play their debut album in its entirety.
And for the 11th year in a row, I serve as your humble guide through the bands playing both the showcase at SXSW and the national tour that follows.
“We jumped out of the spaceship into ‘The Greener Side’ forest, started writing songs, and all lived happily ever after.”
The mood for this album is easy listening and sexy, two feelings that go hand in hand.
There’s a beautiful, responsible honesty in these songs that cuts to the heart of mature loss.
Williams is teaming up with legendary folk and delta blues guitarist Leo Kottke for a unique evening of music and storytelling.
It falls into the category of albums that get more engrossing the more you listen.