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L.A. indie rock band, Dawes, have been racing up the charts with their hit “Time Spent in Los Angeles.” The band is part of the Laurel Canyon sound, which often cites influences such as Crosby, Stills, and Nash and Neil Young, among others. At the invitation of producer Jonathan Wilson, the band joined a local informal jam session that included Conor Oberst, The [...]
Country outlaws, soul divas, college rock heroes, experimental indie rock legends… oh my! This weekend is ridiculously packed with the best music the past five decades have given us. We’re not sure how you’re going to make all these choices, so let us know what you decide on in the comments below.
By Amanda Miles Rich Robinson has lived a lifetime on the stage. The Georgia bred guitarist played alongside his brother in the soulful rock band The Black Crowes for over twenty years. Rich’s initial foray into a solo album began during a Crowes’ hiatus. When the Crowes announced their “Say Goodbye to the Band Guys [...]
Smith’s Olde Bar has some incredible shows coming up in July. And we’ve got some ticket giveaways to make sure you don’t get too lax with your music this summer. Georgia rockers The Industry play Smith’s Olde Bar on July 7 with Modern Paranoia and Afua Richardson. Long-time local rock hero James Hall plays with [...]