Band of the Week: Who: The Lonely Biscuits What: Rock meets hip-hop Where: Nashville, TN Why: These boys know how to blend rock and hip-hop making for some energetic and entertaining tunes. This talented group has even landed the opening spot on Moon Taxi‘s tour. Waves:”Chasin’ Echoes”
I cannot express the severity of my obsession with this band; if The Black Crowes canoodled with Zac Brown in a sweet makin’ love kinda way, the end result would be this harmonious six piece mannish boy flow. I followed these guys all over the state of Georgia during my two-year residency, and every show just seemed to get better. This band’s passion for their fans and music is overflowing in every show they play. My fingers
Paste Magazine Image Paste Magazine and Rolling Stone released their picks for the best albums of 2014. There were some surprises and some not so surprises; you can check out both lists here and here. Collectively, I think both lists cover a lot of awesome music, and I wanted to provide my favorite albums from the two lists: Gary Clark, Jr., Gary Clark, Jr. Live Benjamin Booker, Benjamin Booker Miranda Lambert, Platinum Sturgill Simpson, Metamodern
Band of the Week: Who: Gary Clark, Jr. What: Blues Rockin’ Soul Where: Austin, Texas Why: Clark’s guitar playing rivals Jimi Hendrix, Stevie Ray Vaughan and John Mayer. Waves: “When My Train Pulls In”
I know, I know I have been MIA for about a week and I’m sorry, Team DT. A lot of life has come at me at once, and sadly, I have neglected one of my favorite things…this blog 🙁 However, during this time, I was reminded why I love music so much. There are times when you feel like life’s dart board, and the only thing that keeps you from falling apart are certain songs,

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