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Song Of The Week | Feb 01, 2016

Alex Dezen – This Is The Last Song (I’ll Ever Write On This Guitar)

alexdezenAlex Dezen is a solo artist and the lead singer and songwriter for the American rock and roll band The Damnwells. He is also a multi-platinum selling songwriter. He holds an MFA degree in English from The University of Iowa’s Iowa Writers’ Workshop, which he attended from 2008-2010 as a Jeffrey G. and Victoria J. Edwards Fellow.

As a songwriter, he has written and released songs for artists such as Justin Bieber, Matt Hires, Court Yard Hounds, The Veronicas, and others. He has also written for and worked with a number of additional artist such as The Dixie Chicks, Dave Grohl, Gary Louris of The Jayhawks, Sara Bareilles, Jason Derulo, Christina Perri, Genevieve Schatz of Company of Thieves, Kelly Clarkson, Simple Plan, Jesse & Joy and many others.


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Song Of The Week | Jan 25, 2016

Tedeschi Trucks Band – Anyhow


When Derek Trucks and Susan Tedeschi decided three years ago to dispense with their much-loved individual bands and pool their talents, they had no way of knowing what the public reaction might be to the new hybrid. They found out quickly enough when Revelator, Tedeschi Trucks Band’s 2011 studio debut, excited their sizable, devoted fan bases and the movers and shakers of the music industry alike, landing TTB both a Best Blues Album Grammy and a Blues Music Award for Album of the Year. Their live followup, Everybody’s Talkin’—documenting what many were already regarding as one of the most superb concert acts around not even two years into their existence—continued that forward momentum and picked up a Blues Music Award for Best Rock Blues Album (Susan, Derek and TTB itself each took home separate Blues Music Awards in 2012 as well). There’s nothing Susan Tedeschi and Derek Trucks would rather do than create music with this band. “We all work hard,” says Derek, “and we’re all working toward making it even better. We are very fortunate to do what we do.”


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Song Of The Week | Jan 18, 2016

Run River North – Run or Hide

RunRiverNorthBased in California’s San Fernando Valley, Run River North is a six-member indie pop ensemble that originally formed in 2011 under the name Monsters Calling Home. After filming a unique video for their song “Fight to Keep” in the back seats of their small Honda cars, they caught the attention of the marketing department at Honda, which used the song in a commercial. Working with producer Phil Ek (Fleet Foxes, the Shins, Band of Horses), they recorded their self-titled debut album, which was released in February 2014. After a busy year touring and promoting their debut, the band began to alter both their sound and their creative methods. Writing more as a group, they adopted a newfound electric sound and a slightly darker tone on their follow-up album, which they recorded with producer Lars Stalfors (Cold War Kids, HEALTH). Recorded in Los Angeles, Run River North’s sophomore album, Drinking from a Salt Pond, was pegged for a February 2016 release. ~ Timothy Monger, Rovi



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Song Of The Week | Jan 11, 2016

Alberta Cross – Ghost Of Santa Fe


Alberta Cross are an Anglo-Swedish rock band formed in 2005 by singer-guitarist Petter Ericson Stakee and bassist Terry Wolfers, currently based in Brooklyn. In 2013 Wolfers left the band, leaving Stakee as the only permanent member of the band. Stakee, originally from Uppsala, Sweden, and Wolfers, from Waltham Forest, North East London, met in Shoreditch, East London in the early 2000s. Wolfers joined Stakee’s band Historia at a time when Stakee was writing new material that didn’t suit the band, leading to the duo to work on the songs together in Wolfers’ home studio in Highams Park, Waltham Forest and ultimately to them leaving that band. In March 2013 Stakee debuted a new lineup featuring drummer Fredrik Aspelin and members of New York band The Candles, bassist Josh Lattanzi, guitarist Jason Abraham Roberts and keyboardist Pete Remm. In May 2013, new press shots taken to promote their tour of mainland Europe in June and July 2013 were posted online featuring the new lineup and it was finally announced in June that Wolfers had left the band amicably and that Stakee was now the only permanent band member.


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Song Of The Week | Jan 04, 2016

Them Vibes – Mamma’s Got A Secret

Photo by Sundel Perry

Photo by Sundel Perry

Them Vibes’ roots run deep through the veritable ground of music; influences ranging from the gritty rock of The Rolling Stones and Led Zeppelin, the rhythmic sway of The Black Crows and Tom Petty, and the intimate harmonies of Simon & Garfunkel and The Everly Brothers. The songs themselves vary from the ballistic to the intimate, but through it all runs a vein of raw, unapologetic honesty.
In January 2013, the band, consisting of Larry Florman Aka Brother Love and Alex Haddad, began writing and recording their independent debut record, Shine On, in their backyard of Nashville TN. Currently residing in East Nashville, Them Vibes are doing what they do best, playing live and letting the music do the talking; performing in rock venues, from The Mercy Lounge and The Basement, to the world renowned Blue Bird Café. See the show and get gritty with Them Vibes.


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