Entries tagged with: Fly Golden Eagle
Tuesday night (9/1), Alabama Shakes frontwoman Brittany Howard surprise-released the debut record from her other band, Thunderbitch. Also featuring memebers of Fly Golden Eagle and Clear Plastic Masks, the band's bio reads, "Thunderbitch. Rock 'n' Roll. The end." You can watch a trailer for the album below and listen to the whole album over at Thunderbitch's website.
In other news, the title track to Alabama Shakes' new album Sound & Color was used in the closing sequence of last night's Mr. Robot season finale. That's all we'll say about that, but you can watch the song's video below.
You can still get tickets, by the way, for Alabama Shakes' show at Forest Hills Stadium on September 19 with Drive By Truckers.
You may know Nashville's Fly Golden Eagle thanks to their Alabama Shakes associations. They're ATO labelmates and have toured together, the Shakes called their debut one of their favorites of 2012, and FGE members back Shakes singer Brittany Howard in her Thunderbitch side project. The band's latest album was last year's Quartz Bijou, and they've more recently made a video for its track "Tangible Intangible."
Lead singer Ben Trimble directed the video himself and shot it all on his iPhone, and he added lots of trippy visuals that go well with the song's lightly psychedelic vibe. That video premieres below.
The band are also touring, and hitting NYC with Langhorne Slim on July 23 at Brooklyn Bowl. Also on that bill is Traveller. Tickets are on sale now.
All dates are listed, with the new video, below...
Sturgill Simpson at Joe's Pub in July (more by Chris La Putt)
The 2015 Forecastle Festival take place July 17 - 19 in Louisville, Kentucky. The fest has just announced the first round of performers, which include Modest Mouse, My Morning Jacket, Tweedy, Desaparecidos, The Gaslight Anthem, Sturgill Simpson, Sam Smith, Alvvays, JEFF The Brotherhood, Speedy Ortiz, Big K.R.I.T., and lots more. Tickets go on sale Friday (1/30) at noon EST. All announced Forecastle Fest 2015 performers are listed below.
Now in its fifth year, the Savannah Stopover has established itself as a smaller, genteel alternative to SXSW, happening March 5 - 7 in Savannah, GA right before Austin's megafest, featuring bands on their way there. This year's full lineup was just announced and includes Generationals, San Fermin, Matthew E White, Diarrhea Planet, Southern Culture On The Skids, Hiss Golden Messenger, Ryley Walker, Gap Dream and 100+ more. Shows happen at various venues in Savannah's Downtown Historic District, and festival passes are $65.
Full 2015 Savannah Stopover line-up is listed below...
tUnE-yArDs at ACL 2014 (more by Tim Griffin)
You can browse our full NYC show calendar for all of tonight's shows, but here are some highlights...
Strand of Oaks @ Ace Hotel (5 PM)
Strand of Oaks made the switch from a somber folk singer to an upbeat folk rocker this year and it's boosted his career more than ever before. Last night the band played their biggest NYC show yet at Bowery Ballroom and tonight they hang around for a free one, part of Ace Hotel's 5 at 5 series.
tUnE-YaRds, Cibo Matto, Beep! @ Music Hall of Williamsburg
tUnE-yArDs dove further into their world of quirky, eccentric pop on this year's Nikki Nack, and Cibo Matto returned with their first album since 1999 which had them still in good form. Tonight's night 2 of their 4-night run at MHOW.
The Blow, Zambri, Cookies @ Glasslands
Tonight two bands (The Blow, Zambri) who've graced Glasslands' stage many times over the years will say goodbye to the venue which closes at the end of the month. It's the first show in a long time for Zambri.
Flatbush Zombies, The Underachievers, Obey City @ Best Buy Theater
This is a killer double bill with two of NYC's finest drug-rap groups, Flatbush Zombies and The Underachievers. It wasn't too long ago you could catch either of those in smaller venues around the city, but tonight's co-headlining gig at the larger Irving Plaza is sold out.
Doomriders, Black Black Black, Humanless, Mammal @ Saint Vitus
Converge bassist Nate Newton's a busy guy these days. That band's touring next year, his band Old Man Gloom recently put out an album, Cavalera Conspiracy recently put out an album he played bass on, and the stoner metal band he fronts, Doomriders, are celebrating their 10th anniversary with a few shows this weekend. They're in NYC tonight.
The Randy Fuller Four, Andy Shernoff, The A-Bones, Daddy Long Legs, Miriam and Nobody's Babies, Bloodshot Bill @ Bell House
Tonitght's the Norton Records Holiday Spectacular, featuring Randy Fuller (brother of Bobby "I Fought the Law" Fuller) and the label's stable of groovy garage bands.
Richard Buckner, Jessi Robertson, Dan Abraham @ Union Hall
Long-running alt-country singer Richard Buckner may not have gotten as big as some of his Merge labelmates (you may remember one of Arcade Fire's earliest NYC shows was with him) or some of the people he's influenced (like Bon Iver), but he's consistently kept it, releasing his tenth album Surrounded last year.
Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings, Antibalas, Charles Bradley and The Menahan Street Band @ Apollo Theater
Tonight's the second of Daptone's three-day holiday extravaganza, the "Super Soul Revue" at the iconic Harlem venue.
Philip Glass (The Etudes) @ BAM
Philip Glass' 20-years-in-the-making project is performed in full tonight with help from nine other pianists, including Nico Muhly and Timo Andres.
The Feelies @ Asbury Lanes
Hoboken indie rock legends, The Feelies opened for Yo La Tengo at Town Hall last night and decided to play another area show while they had their gear out anyway.
Single Mothers, Show Me The Body, Basic Bitches @ Baby's All Right
Single Mothers make angry, attitude filled punk that kicks right into full gear and never lets up on the aggression until they leave the stage. It may finally be getting colder out, but you're most likely leaving this one covered in sweat.
Foo Fighters @ Irving Plaza
Foo Fighters have a new stadium rock record out and their tour next year hits NYC for an actual stadium show at Citi Field. But tonight they're in town for something a tad smaller. You have to line up at the box office like the old days to get tickets. Good luck.
Lemonade, Cut Copy (Tim & Ben), JDH (DJ sets) @ Glasslands
Your chances to dance the night away at Glasslands are running out -- this is a good one, a tag team DJ event featuring members of Cut Copy and Lemonade.
Lagwagon, Swingin' Utters, This Legend @ Gramercy Theatre
Because you just can't escape '90s punk nostalgia, Fat Wreck Chords labelmates Lagwagon and Swingin' Utters both have new albums out this year and they're now celebrating them on a tour together.
Elvis Depressedly, Told Slant, Bellows, Yours Are The Only Ears @ Shea Stadium
Elvis Depressedly first began generating some buzz in the Orchid Tapes DIY scene (Alex G, RIcky Eat Acid, Foxes In Fiction, etc), and he's now made the move to larger label Run for Cover (Tigers Jaw, Pity Sex) who will put out his debut full length next year. The rest of tonight's bill is all in the family -- Told Slant, Bellows and Yours Are The Only Ears come from their own DIY community, a collective known as The Epoch, and frequently collaborate/share members.
Potty Mouth, UNiiQU3, The Guests, LADD @ Barnard College
This mutli-genre bill at Barnard College features indie/punks Potty Mouth, electronic producer UNiiQU3 and more.
The Waldos, Dogmatics, Heap @ Bowery Electric
If you're in the mood for some old school punk tonight, head to Bowery Electric where Walter Lure's band The Waldos plays. Before forming this band, Walter was a member of Johnny Thunders' Heartbreakers.
Alberta Cross, Fly Golden Eagle, The Candles, Invisibleman @ Brooklyn Night Bazaar
Brooklyn Night Bazaar is open with a night of folk rock. It's free to get in and watch the bands, and there's plenty of not-free fun too like arcade games, shopping, good food, drinks and more.
For all of tonight's shows, and tomorrow's, check out our NYC concert calendar.
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It took us a minute to fully realize it, but since losing Webster Hall, Bowery Presents has been booking shows at the similarly sized Manhattan venue Stage 48. You may already realize this. You may not care. Regardless, it's happening. Is it temporary? We don't know. Have you been to the venue? What do you think?
We actually have a pair of tickets to give away for the 9/9 Justin Townes Earle show. Want them? Details on how to enter to win below...
(photo by @1908club)
Machine Head, Children of Bodom, Epica and Battlecross are playing Terminal 5 on October 16. Tickets for that show go on AmEx/Machine Head Ticketmaster presale today at noon with general on sale Friday (8/1) at noon.
J. Roddy Walston & The Business and Fly Golden Eagle are playing Stage 48 on November 7. Tickets for that show go on AmEx presale today at noon with general on sale Friday (8/1) at noon.
Shakey Graves is playing Bowery Ballroom on October 26. Tickets for that show go on AmEx presale today at noon with general on sale Friday (8/1) at noon.
This year's Fashion Rocks concert happens September 9 at Barclays Center. It will be headlined by Jennifer Lopez and also among the lineup is KISS, Duran Duran, Usher and others. Tickets for that show are on AmEx presale now. General on-sale begins Friday (8/1) at 10 AM.
Browse our 'Tickets On Sale' tag for more recently announced NYC shows.
Speedy Ortiz at Brooklyn Night Bazaar in February (more by Ebru Yildiz)
Bonnaroo happens from June 12 - 15 in Manchester, TN this year, and since we last spoke they've announced the lineup for the Club Stage, which showcases smaller artists. The lineup includes Speedy Ortiz, The Orwells, Diarrhea Planet, Kins, Syd Arthur, Kevin Devine, Asgeir, The Bots, Cayucas and more. Full Club Stage lineup below.
The rest of the main lineup includes Kanye West, Elton John, Vampire Weekend, Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, The Flaming Lips, Neutral Milk Hotel, Damon Albarn, and many more. Tickets for the festival are still available.
Bonnaroo Club Stage lineup below...
Lollapalooza 2014, which goes down from August 1-3 in Chicago, announced its 2014 lineup. Artists include Eminem, Outkast, Kings of Leon, Arctic Monekys, Skrilex, Broken Bells and tons more. 3-day passes are sold out, but single day tickets go on sale today at 10 AM.
Full lineup below...
Sasquatch! Music Festival is returning for two weekends in 2014 to The Gorge in Quincy, Washington, and the lineups (which are different both weekends) have just been announced. The May lineup (5/23 - 5/25, aka Memorial Day Weekend) includes Outkast, The National, Queens of the Stone Age, M.I.A., Haim, Neko Case, Foals, Cut Copy, Violent Femmes, Elbow, Mogwai, Tyler the Creator, Chance the Rapper, Rudimental, Phantogram, tUnE-yArDs, First Aid Kit, Rodriguez, AlunaGeorge, Panda Bear, Phosphorescent, Bob Mould, Washed Out, Austra, Parquet Courts, Deafheaven, Big Freedia, Liars, Waxahatchee, Tacocat, Princess (feat. Maya Rudolph), Bridget Everett, Eric Andre and more.
The July lineup (7/4 - 7/6, aka Independence Day Weekend) includes Soundgarden, Kraftwerk, New Order, Frank Ocean, Royksopp + Robyn, Neutral Milk Hotel, Spoon, Broken Bells, Tegan & Sara, Local Natives, Gogol Bordello, Rhye, Black Angels, Deltron 3030, The Horrors, Junip, The Notwist, Kurt Vile, Talib Kweli, of Montreal, Action Bronson, Punch Brothers, Sharon Van Etten, Casey Veggies, RL Grime, Fuck Buttons, Courtney Barnett, Cloud Nothings, Foxygen, Palma Violets, Mikal Cronin, Mac DeMarco, Jon Hopkins, Gold Panda, Majical Cloudz, Duke Dumont, Oneohtrix Point Never, Death, Black Prairie, Latryx, Metz, John Grant, Reigning Sound, Young & Sick, Chad VanGaalen, Mutual Benefit, Helms Alee, Demetri Martin, Eugene Mirman, Kurt Braunohler, John Hodgman and more. There will also be fireworks for the 4th of July.
Tickets (including a 2-weekend pass option) go on sale Saturday at 10 AM.
Full lineups for both weekends below...
The 2014 SXSW Festival is coming up soon -- March 11 - 16 in Austin, Texas -- and they've just announced the third round of showcasing bands which is a massive update. That includes Mary Timony's Ex Hex (who we just speculated about), Dum Dum Girls, Natural Child, Ratking, Buffalo Daughter, Action Bronson, Perfect Pussy, Nothing, Windhand, Angel Olsen, Sharon Van Etten, Vic Mensa, Deniro Farrar, Roosevelt, Pure Bathing Culture and a whole lot more. Full list of third round bands is listed below.
Alabama Shakes at Central Park Summerstage in June (more by Chris La Putt)
One of the biggest success stories of 2012 was blues rockers Alabama Shakes, who quickly escalated from selling out relatively small shows to much larger ones in a matter of months. They're already showing up on multiple year-end lists, and are sure to end up on more, but we reached out to them to see what their year-end list is.
Alabama Shakes' Best LPs of 2012 list includes some associates like Fly Golden Eagle, who they took on tour with them, and Jack White, who took the Shakes on tour with him. It also includes another supporter of theirs, Patterson Hood, who also took them on tour, and Deer Tick/Los Lobos side project Diamond Rugs, who they played with at Central Park.
Some other great albums are on there too. You can check out the whole list and a performance and interview video of the band filmed in Chicago. below...
photos by Tracy Allison
"Hearing every person in Terminal 5 sing every word of Alabama Shakes' "Hold On" is an extremely emotional experience." - J. Edward Keyes
"The reason people talk about them like they descended from the firmament in a golden chariot is because they've emerged at a time that is starved for purist rock and roll. The popular music market consists almost exclusively of glossy, big-budget EDM; the Shakes, on the other hand, sound like they were born during a jam in your living room. Like Jack White (for whom they served as an opening act back in the spring), they are a refreshing reminder that bare-bones rock music used to be a big thing, and can still be a thing if you're persistent enough." [EW]Alabama Shakes are out on tour, playing huge venues across the country with Nashville's Fly Golden Eagle. That tour came to NYC Thursday night when the band headlined Terminal 5. Missouri's Riley Downing opened the night. Here are some pictures of all of it.
The band are now down in Maryland to play Virgin FreeFest this afternoon (10/6). If you're not there, you can watch the livestream. The tour ends in Austin at the ACL festival, and you won't be there, you can stream their set that day too. On 10/25 the Shakes open for Neil Young & Crazy Horse in their home state of Alabama. On 12/1 they return to Chicago where they last played on 9/11 as part of a free American Family Dream show.
All tour dates, more pictures from Terminal 5, and the band's new video for "I Ain't The Same", below...
Alabama Shakes at Central Park Summerstage in June (more by Chris La Putt)
Alabama Shakes have been having a pretty great year. In only a matter of months, they went from having some out of nowhere success to selling out Bowery and Music Hall to filling a free Central Park show to capacity, and then appearing on Fallon right after. Now they've announced another tour which brings them back to NYC for a headlining show at Terminal 5 on October 4. The tour is being supported by Fly Golden Eagle. A pre-sale begins Wednesday (7/11) at noon and Tickets for the T5 show go on sale to the general public on Friday (7/13) at noon.
The band are also set to perform on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" on August 13.
A list of all dates and a video below...