When the band focuses on the music, it’s a clear example of how this group is still relevant.
The alt-rock band performed old favorites, covered chestnuts and debuted a new song during the first of three local shows.
“Jesus Loves You” from the current album is about as good a tune lyrically as you’ll find, combining great storytelling and humor.
The Pearl has persevered because its creators prioritized the two most important aspects of concertgoing: sight and sound.
The Huntridge Records label’s first band, The American Weather, releases its debut LP with a show at Vinyl on April 7.
"(Maynard’s) saying, 'Take out your scissors, cut the song up, put in these different pieces rearranged' ... So that’s where we’re at right now."
Don't worry; I won't "Dansplain." I'll just name 10 songs that might get you in the door.
Also: Simple Plan, X, Daughtry, Joe Bonamassa and more.
Thomas Rhett steals the show, and UNLV's marching band gets into the act.
Drummer Zach Velmer's choreography behind the kit compares to famously dramatic drummers like Dave Grohl and Ronnie Vannucci.
His small band created a more powerful sound than many polished country ensembles.
You could host a wine tasting to Damage and Joy, or maybe throw it on in the background while you whip up a dozen macarons.
The futuristic record is a debonair amalgam of sinewy R&B, polished synth-funk and glittering disco grooves.
Crowd favorite Sound Tribe Sector 9 plays two shows at Brooklyn Bowl
Also: Junefest, Matchbox Twenty, Rodney Atkins ... and Corey Feldman.