The Electric Rag Band’s sixth album is a guaranteed good time.
Enid-born singer-songwriter Karen Dalton released only two albums before her death in 1993, and neither contained anything she wrote.
The Conservatory is now 89th Street Collective, but it still offers live music for all ages.
Lead vocalist Erin Ames spits out the lyrics to its title track with a heaviness and determination reminiscent of Alison Mosshart or Janis Joplin: angry and pointed.
If you like quirky fusion acts like Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey or genre-defining lyricism and piano-based artists like Leon Russell, it’s totally fair to say you’re going to love [PEACH].
Translating a live performance to an album is perhaps the most difficult thing for a band to do, especially when that band is excellent live. And particularly when that band has such a frenetic level of energy that just being in the venue with it induces a state in which it’s impossible not to laugh…
Hurry up. That’s the gist of JD McPherson’s second solo album, Let the Good Times Roll.
The video was made on the heels of the announcements that the duo is working on new music and will soon embark on its first overseas tour.
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No more fucking mainstream ninny-gagging for this band.