LivingSocial, the local marketplace to buy and share the best things to do in your city, today announced that Aerosmith, America’s greatest rock and roll band, will headline LivingSocial’s Backyard Festival on Randall’s Island in New York City on Saturday, July 13th.
While Aerosmith, Joan Jett and the Blackhearts, Yeasayer, and other music stars rock the [...]
The house lights dimmed and the stage lights rose, spotlight on singer-songwriter Anna Rose. With a growl in her voice and a heart full of soul she belted out her opening tune, “Behold a Pale Horse.” The intimate crowd sipped their drinks, bopped their heads and swayed to the music.
It was the second night of [...]
Episode 74: The Vim Dicta
LA’s own groovy psycho rhythm innovators, The Vim Dicta, are ready to shake things up. Vocalist Cori Elliott and Matt Tunney, lead guitarist and backing vocalist, call in to discuss their summer plans which include an East coast tour and living in a Brooklyn loft. Listen to us discuss the [...]
Episode 73: Creed Bratton
Undeniably Creed Bratton is one of the funniest guys on television. The Office star calls in to discuss life after the hit NBC show, his new album, “Tell Me About It,” a three part album released as Acts (Act I & Act II are available now with Act III releasing on [...]
Lauren Graham, “Someday, Someday, Maybe” (release date: April 30th)
Lauren Graham is best known for her work on the small screen (Gilmore Girls and Parenthood) but soon readers will come to know her as a brilliant author. In her debut novel, “Someday, Someday, Maybe,” set in New York City in 1995, protagonist Franny Banks must make [...]
Episode 72: Natti Natasha
When we spoke to Don Omar’s protégée Natti Natasha she was in Miami in the middle of a promotional tour. The songstress was a day away from walking the red carpet for her 5 Billboard Latino nominations for her collaboration with Don Omar on the track, “Dutty Love.” Listen to Natti and [...]
Due to unforeseen logistical conflicts, the Styx/REO Speedwagon/Ted Nugent concert originally scheduled for Friday, April 26 at IZOD Center has been cancelled. Unfortunately, as a result of production miscalculations on the part of the promoter, Metropolitan Entertainment, complications arose between college graduations scheduled for earlier that day and the concert [...]
Episode 71: Stars In Stereo
Los Angeles-based rockers Stars In Stereo spend most of their time on the road. While on the tour bus on their way to Vegas Bec Hollcraft (vocalist) calls in to discuss the band’s self-titled debut album, living out of a suitcase and keeping in touch with fans via the internet.
The podcast’s [...]
Brandon & Anne met at university in southern California. After graduation Brandon took to the road and the studio; he co-produced Greg Laswell’s 2008 release “Three Flights From Alto Nido” and has recorded for and toured with a host of singer-songwriters including Joshua Radin, Cary Brothers, Greg Laswell, Ingrid Michaelson and Tristan Prettyman. Anne began [...]
Episode 70: Alabaster
Seattle-based rockers Alabaster are ready to unleash their latest EP, “The Villain In Me.” The band’s explosive stage presence and undeniably-melodic-hardcore pop punk sound nabbed them 6 showcases at this year’s SXSW. Listen to lead guitarist Kate Orlowski and I discuss the band’s formation, SXSW, what drew the Chicago native to Seattle and coffee!
The podcast’s [...]