Pull the Plug is an all acoustic / unplugged podcast, broadcasting from Kitchener, Ontario. It is hosted by Shannon Bryan, Justin Godelie and Justin Briner (ft. We're Really Angry feature with Mike Hawkins).
The central resource for the Liverpool acoustic music scene
Chicago's best songwriters and musicians join host Michael Teach each week for a quick interview and a few songs.
Ryan Spearman from the Acoustic Living blog gives you a weekly peek behind the curtain, sharing with you tips, inspiration, interviews, and practical guidance to help you make a living as a musician. Learn first hand, the strategies, tools, and lifestyle philosophies that many of today's top acoustic musicians are using to get better gigs, make more money, and find more satisfaction in their musical lives. Spearman is a nationally known folk musician, teacher, and promoter who has enjoyed a comfortable life of self-employment since 2007. Gaining fans, selling more merchandise, making money on tour, making money online, licensing your music, designing your lifestyle, optimizing your website, managing your social media presence, developing passive income, knowing what to charge for your services, and so much more will be covered in the show. No stone will be left unturned as Ryan and his guests tirelessly explore the ins and outs of creating an ideal musical life.
Opening, Woman Takes Photos Of Her and Her Dog Having Sex, Movie Update, Music News, Which Harry Potter Family Do You Belong In?, Closing Music Cocaine - Meghann Wright Two As One - Johnee Moore Ignite the Sky - Justin Briner Good Manners - Meghann Wright Sing Along - Kevin Foster
‘Long lost’ Tim Buckley song to be performed at lyricist’s rare Liverpool gig Liverpool is set for a memorable night of live music and poetry when respected American poet and lyricist Larry Beckett visits for one of only two UK shows. Larry Beckett, who was Tim Buckley’s lyricist right up until his untimely death in 1975, will be reading some of his poetry and lyrics on the evening of Friday 26th June 2015 in the intimate performance space in Mathew Street’s View Two Gallery. Larry wrote the lyrics to Song to the Siren, first released on Buckley’s 1970 album Starsailor and subsequently covered by a diversity of stars including George Michael, Half Man Half Biscuit, Robert Plant, The Chemical Brothers, Sinéad O’Connor, and Bryan Ferry. Joining Larry will be The Long Lost Band who will be performing Song To The Siren, plus new song On The Hook. Larry wrote the lyrics for On The Hook in early summer 1975 but Tim died before composing the music. Four decades later Larry Beckett gave the lyrics...
Nick Dittmeier is a singer-songwriter from southern Indiana. He fronted the alt-country band Slithering Beast for five years. In early 2013, he branched out and started performing under his own name and established a new band. His first release was an EP called "Extra Better." It garnered local and regional attention and radio play, while earning him a nomination for "Songwriter of the Year" at the inaugural Louisville Music Awards. Relentless performances ensued, while writing a new record. The new album, "Light of Day" was released in late April of 2014, as his tour schedule expanded and more attention was given to the project. Check out his new album "Light of Day" and others at his Website StoreCome join us and see this amazing performer live Saturday, June 19th, Chicago, IL-- Honky Tonk BBQ, 10 pmView all the songs from his Podcast on Vimeo
Opening, "Lovely" Sex Toy, Pornhub Wants To Go to Space, Movie Update, Ivory Hours Interview, Music News, Talking Sex Doll, Closing Music Back to the Start - Johnnee Moore Alcohol and Nicotine - Trouble & Daughter Second Wind - Chad Price The Priest - Ivory Hours Sleep Alone - Ivory Hours Strange Disease - Paul Federici Stars - Quite Articulate
David PaigeDavid joined us for a night of his original music, playing his beautiful Gibson guitar. He presented a stong solo acoustic performance. David, in a live environment, rocks out on an electric guitar also and if thats not enough, catch his amazing and creative cover band called "The Student Body"Touring rock singer and featured finalist on VH1's "Make a Band Famous". http://youtu.be/mQBJf8WYrxYDavid Paige has a sound that rocks harder than pop and is more accessible than much of today's alternative rock - his music is a must for any fans of either genre. With memorable melodies, powerful grooves, and energetic live performances, David and his band will give you a show that you won't soon forget. For information on how to blast David Paige's music in your car with the windows down, please visit www.davidpaigemusic.com "Inside Out - Single Available Now!" http://bit.ly/1dD3jRb Check out all the videos from David's Podcast
Jarod Facknitz and Erin Flynn have created very unique Puppet Show called How Do We Sing. Jarod has been on the Podcast show before and when he called me about this show I didn't quite know what to expect but his previous show was amazing, so I figured what the heck, they are obviously very creative, so let's record a Puppet show.Well, I became a fan and felt the joy of childhood that I so long ago forgot. It is a wonderful show. I want to record their next show, because I now know better how to record the video. I am certain that you too will love this creative duo. Check out all the videos from this Podcast here.
Opening, South Korea's Music Library, Movie Update, Music News, The Grateful Dead's New Box Set, Closing Music American Marriage - That Awful Rhythm Shaded In - Jordan Léser Ever - Discover Atlantic Dream - Jaclyn VanHappen No Time (The Guess Who Cover) - Kevin Foster
Opening, Coffee Is Good For Your Boner, That Awful Rhythm, Movie Update, Music News, How Old Will YOU Be On Your Last Fuckable Day?, Closing Music Forever's Temporary - Chris Nicholls Amadeus - Jojo Worthington Sink or Swim - Megan Colley Jolene (Dolly Parton Cover) - Jaclyn Vanhappen We Once Thought - Trouble & Daughter The Man Who Never Says Goodbye - Brenan Clarke
Opening, KFC's Bluetooth Keyboards, A Middle School Sex-Ed Test, Movie Update, Music News, Missing Man Found in Basement, How Well Do You Know '90's Music?, Closing Music Silhouette of a Cigarette - Justin Briner Lucky Love - Connor Graham Gordie - The Glorious Sons Amy Whinehands - Lust for Words I Won't Stay Up - Discover Atlantic Oh Luna - Mark Martyre Oh, Winter - The Ending To This Story
Worry Dolls relieve the stress with return of LIPA favourites Liverpool Acoustic are delighted to welcome back LIPA alumni Rosie Jones and Zoe Nicol with their band Worry Dolls on Friday 22nd May 2015. Rosie and Zoe were last seen at the View Two Gallery in 2010 when they performed alongside Rachael Wright and Tina Refnes in a LIPA Special. Since then they’ve moved to London and made a name for themselves on the national folk and acoustic circuit with their infectious songs and playful performances. Joining Worry Dolls will be touring support Alex Bayly, popular local performer Neildsy, and teenage singer-songwriter Katy Galloway. Now there’s no need to worry about what to do on Friday 22nd May – Worry Dolls have got it sorted! Event: Liverpool Acoustic Live, featuring Worry Dolls, Alex Bayly, Neildsy, Katy Galloway Date: Friday 22nd May 2015 Times: Doors 7.45pm, start 8.15pm, finish 10.45pm Venue: View Two Gallery, 23 Mathew Street, Liverpool Tickets £5.00 advance (+50p booking) or £6...
Opening, Florida Parents Bribe Kids With Drugs, Movie Update, Porn Star Birthday Celebration, Music News, The Longest Road Trip, Closing Music Yorkshire Lady - Old Kid I Know What It's Like - Mark Martyre Everything Is Arbitrary - Discover Atlantic Treats - Trouble & Daughter Always (blink-182 Cover) - Justin Briner Sail On - Pail Federici
Opening, True Stories About Popular Music, Guess Who's Dead, Movie Update, Music News, Jordan Leser, What Harry Potter Book Are You?, Closing Music Jolene (Dolly Parton Cover) - Jaclyn VanHappen What's Good Is Gone - Trouble & Daughter Love - Kendall Thompson Happy Again - Lumberjunk Battle of New Orleans (Johnny Horton Cover) - Jake Brenneman Shaded In - Jordan Leser Love Me Back - Megan Colley
Chicago Singer/Songwriter, Dave Tamkin, currently resides in Boulder, CO. He has created his own unique style of rhythmic- acoustic rock that's based around a fresh musical vision. His shows vary from intimate solo acoustic performances to a full band experience encapsulating a mixture of personal lyrics and skilled songwriting set against a high-energy percussive backbone.Dave is a personal friend and we had a blast recording this show. As always, he puts his heart and soul into his performances. You are going to love this show. Click here to see 4 videos from this show.
Opening, Average Penis Size, The Smell of Your Dead Relative, Movie Update, Jukely, Music News, What Song Are You?, Closing Music Pumped Up Kicks (Foster the People Cover) - Chad Price Calling All Cars - Father Figure Should Have Known Better - So Much for Subtle Ontar-i-o - Chris Nicholls Heroine - Connor Graham Needle and the Damage Done (Neil Young Cover) - Marcy Playground Selfish Lover - Jaclyn Vanhappen
The genre-bending, multi-instrumentalist songwriting duo Frances Luke Accord (Brian Powers and Nicholas Gunty) are changing the dynamic of Chicago's folk scene one DIY venture at a time. From their debut project, the non-profit benefit record Kandote, to their house-concert/video series Fluke Takes, FLA have grounded themselves beyond any ordinary indie-folk band. Brian Powers and Nicholas Gunty came to Chicago in 2013 from another burgeoning midwest music hub, South Bend, Indiana. They currently operate the production wing of the band from their northwest-side Chicago apartment, where they've recorded and produced all their present material, as well as a growing collection of work by fellow Chicago DIYers.When Brian and Nicholas came in to record this show I became a Fan immediately. Their lyrics and harmonies are soaring and beautiful. It is impossible not to compare them to Simon and Garfunkel. They have honed their voices into this beautiful music machine. I was a 10 on the goosebump...
Ask Your Folks is a Chicago-based trio comprised of vocals, guitar, fiddle, and string bass. Owen Burton (guitar), Libby Weitnauer (fiddle), and Eli Broxham (bass), began playing together during their freshman year as music students at DePaul University. In August of 2013 they started playing at local farmer's markets and formed Ask Your Folks. Since their founding they have done a southern tour, released their debut album, and played in countless venues around Chicago. Trained in a variety of styles, each member has brought aspects of their favorite genres--such as folk, old time, bluegrass, jazz, and rock--to the group. With a goal of creating new, relevant music by drawing on traditional American styles, Ask Your Folks' eclectic style is as intriguing as it is entertaining.This is one from our lost and found department. My apologies to Ask Your Foks. This was a wonderful Podcast and, even though it's late, I am certain you will enjoy the show. All the Videos from this show on Vimeo
Opening, Weirdest Game Show Ever, We're Really Angry with Mike Hawkins, Movie Update, The Worst Way to End a Relationship, Music News, Buzzfeed Quiz: What Tom Hanks Character Are You?, Closing Music Yorkshire Lady - Old Kid The Man Who Never Says Goodbye - Brenan Clarke Life In Stereo - Justin Briner & Jake Brenneman Ain't No Rest for the Wicked - Crumbled Cookie Happy Tiger - Trap Tiger I Won't Stay Up - Discover Atlantic Where Is My Mind (Pixies Cover) - Jojo Worthington
A native of the Missouri Ozarks, Jodee Lewis was raised on folk songs and honky-tonk, and her music reflects the best of both worlds. The Chicago Tribune says she is "a singer-songwriter whose outsized talent is as big as her voice," and calls her first album, Whiskey Halo, an "impressive solo debut". Already this year, her single from the album, In The End, was chosen as the first place winner in the 16th annual Great American Songwriting Contest. Another single from the album, From A Bottle, took runner-up in the 2014 International Acoustic Music Awards (IAMA) in the country category. Whiskey Halo has also been nominated for country album of the year in the 14th annual Independent Music Awards (IMA). Lewis trained in classical piano and began playing guitar and writing music after moving to Chicago in 1999 with her husband, Chad. Growing up in a small town, Lewis sang in her church gospel choir and with her grandfather's country band, eventually attending Washington University in St...
Adam McDonough grew up in the little beach town of Cape May, NJ. After graduating Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA, Adam quickly made his way working the music industry building his chops and honing the business skills playing the cover band scene and collaborating as much as possible. His influences include artists such as Tom Petty, Stevie Wonder, Bob Marley, Jackson Browne, and Paul Simon to name a few. Adam has worked his way up to pack some of the most prestigious venues throughout New York City and the greater area. Adam has been fortunate enough to share the stage and studio with international artists such as James McCartney, Foy Vance, Nicole Atkins and even work with Producer Aaron Johnson (The Fray, Secondhand Serenade...) at Swinghouse Studio in Hollywood, CA. He is now living in Nashville, TN building his career through the industry by writing, playing shows, working the social media scene, and recording as much as possible. His debut album was released Oct. 1st 2013 and...
Opening, Release Date Change, "We're Really Angry", Movie Update, Get Better at Sex by Watching Porn, Music News, What Actress Would Play You in a Movie?, Closing Music I Won't Stay Up - Discover Atlantic Five Feet Deep - Evan Michael Luce Warning (The Notorious B.I.G Cover) - Jake Brenneman Try (Blue Rodeo Cover) - Kevin Foster What's Good Is Gone - Trouble & Daughter Ontar-I-O - Chris Nicholls Watering Hole - Jay Pollmann Get more Pull the Plug at our website. It's good, I guess.
Brooklyn based husband wife duo Jillian Speece and Nathaniel Paul Hoff are The Bergamot. This is their second performance on Chicago Acoustic Underground. Since their first Podcast back in 2012, they got married, moved to Brooklyn, New York, and most recently had a highly successful fundraising campaign for their soon to be released album "Tones". They are dear friends and I am so proud to watch them grow and evolve. Their harmonies are flawless. I am most certain that you are going to enjoy this show. If you see that they are coming to your town, do not miss them.The Bergamot Podcast Videos
Opening, Favourite T.V Show Theme Songs, We're Really Angry with Mike Hawkins, Jaclyn VanHappen, Paul Federici, Movie Update, Music News, Closing Music Oh Winter - The Ending to this Story Paperbag - The Estatics It's Time - Kendal Thompson Jolene (Dolly Parton Cover) - Jaclyn VanHappen Dream - Jaclyn VanHappen Sail On - Paul Federici One Day You Will Be Right - Paul Federici It's All So Loud - Among Millions I Don't Give a Fuck - John Doherty I'm Good - Chad Price
Last August, from Louisville, Kentucky into the studio comes Ted Stevens. My first take was here's a Rocker dressed up and ready to take the stage. I thought, this is gonna be fun, and I was not disappointed. Ted, the leader of "Ted Stevens and the Third Rail", just had that look where if you saw him walking down the street you'd say to yourself "that guy has to be a rock star". Well, guess what, you would be right with one exception, he is not an asshole. He is one of the nicest guys I have met in ten years of recording these shows. Perhaps the 4 years he lived and played in Scotland had a positive influence on his persona, but, make no mistake; this musician is a credit to Louisville. Here he is in a stripped down solo acoustic set that kicks ass! Obviously, I love this guy! Enjoy!!!Check out all 4 videos from Ted's show on the CAU Vimeo Channel
Opening, St. Bernards at SXSW, "We're Really Angry", Movie Update, Music News, St. Patrick's Day Facts, Closing Music Dirty Back Country Revenge - The Jukebox Romeos 4 A.M (Our Lady Peace Cover) - Justin Briner Watering Hole - Jay Pollman Loving You - Kendal Thompson No Time (The Guess Who Cover) - Kevin Foster Trying to Explain - Mark Martyre
Opening, Whiplr, We're Really Angry, Movie Update, Dad Talk, Music News, Buzzfeed Quiz, Closing Music Amadeus - Jojo Worthington Too Afraid To Love You (The Black Keys Cover) - Megan Colley We Once Thought - Trouble & Daughter Forever's Temporary - Chris Nicholls Without You - Paul Federici The Man Who Never Says Goodbye - Brenan Clarke Selfish Lover - Jaclyn Vanhappen
Originally from Clayton, Missouri, now hailing from Toronto, Canada Matt Morgan came into the studio sans his band Matt Morgan & The Mayday. He proceeded to demonstrate his songwriting and singing skills, and they are formidable. We hope to bring Matt and his band down to Chicago this summer. In the meantime, enjoy this Man's music. Matt Morgan's videos from the Podcast Congratulations to CAU on another milestone 600 Podcasts!!!
Sam Luna, Born on the Navajo Reservation in Tuba City, AZ. Started making art from a young age. Picked up the guitar at age 23 and has not put it down since. He has spent the last ten years touring the states sharing his art and music everywhere he goes. Recorded his debut album in the Midwest with the help of the amazing musicians he met along his journey. Sam Luna and his band are currently working on their sophomore album due out mid 2015.
Don Pedigo will be joining us this coming Tuesday night March 3, 2015 at the Act One Pub as our special guest for the CAU Singing For Your Supper Showcase Series. Come join us in welcoming Don to the Chciago Music Scene'Don Pedigo's latest project THE CROSS EYED SESSIONS is a musical composition reflective of the life experiences of peaks in heartfelt love and valleys in endured hardships of the everyday working man. A presentation crafted in a devotion to the art of creating a style unique, the collection of songs reveals one of the Americana movement's most honest and compelling talents. Born in Freetown, IN, Pedigo's mid-western charm is matched by his ability to capture a listening audience with handcrafted lyrics, expressive vocals and Chet-like pickin'. With the will and work ethic of a Heartlander, Pedigo's passion led him to the heart of Music City where life as a recording artist, songwriter, musician, husband, father and friend shaped a sonic chapter of Pedigo's life called THE...
Opening, Icy Poop on a Highway, Movie Update, Music News, Heavy Metal Addiction, Closing Music If I Die Young (The Band Perry Cover) - Jaclyn VanHappen Rainy Day - Kevin Foster Sink or Swim - Megan Colley Happy Tiger - Trap Tiger Ontar-i-o - Chris Nicholls
Opening, Star Wars Funeral, Movie Update, Briner's Dad Talk, Music News, Chocolate Vinyl/Buttholes, A Buzzfeed Quiz for Briner, Closing Music Rough Around the Edges - Trouble & Daughter Oh Luna - Mark Martyre It's Time - Kendall Thompson Love Me Back - Megan Colley Another Day - Chad Price Needle and the Damage Done (Cover) - Marcy Playground Gordie - Glorious Sons
With nearly a decade behind a Nashville honky tonk bar and countless nights playing solo shows on the road under her belt, Samantha Harlow has plenty of stories to tell. A true raconteur, Harlow's storytelling is marked by mild exaggerations, tongue-in-cheek declarations, and sweeping truths about being a strong woman making her way in the world. Backed by a steel guitar and twangy riffs, Harlow shares tales of heartbreaks past and present - and, more importantly, her resolve to move past them. She's a country artist, to be sure, but not in the folksy, teary-eyed connotation of the title. Fueled by strong and pragmatic Midwestern roots, Harlow's lyrics are equal parts heartbreak and pulling oneself up by the straps on a pair of boots. Previous albums (Boxcars and Other Obsolete Dreams, Love Letters) have detailed her childhood memories of broken family bonds and lofty dreams torn down by the reality of divorce and blue-collar woes. But on her latest cut (Give and Take), Harlow turns over...
Opening, Musical Food Feuds, Movie Update, Charles Manson's Failed Engagement, Music News, A Cool Music App and a Sad Dating App, Closing Music Point of No Return - Sarah Bernardo Forever's Temporary - Chris Nicholls Colours - Among Millions Cry Me A River - Lust for Words The World Out There - Lumberjunk Bump in the Night - The Dickens
Chicago based singer/songwriter and front-man, MER, is a seasoned veteran of the music industry having toured the nation playing over 2,000 live shows supporting dozens of national acts. A melodic, pop overtone streamlines MER's original music ranging from the intimate, acoustic ballads to the powerful, rock anthems. MER's recent collaboration with Chicago producer, Sean O'Keefe (Fallout Boy, Plain White T's, Less Than Jake) turned out two new singles, "Bulletproof" and "Heart Attack" officially released in September of 2013. MER continues to record with plans to release a five song EP in the spring of 2014. Joining MER for this show former guitarist with 3 and Counting, Matt Hines. Their colaboration is amazing. The fit is perfect. Check out all the videos from their Podcast at the CAU Vimeo Channel
Opening, A Teddy Bear Sex Toy, A Kid Brings The One Ring To School, Movie Update, Music News, A Guy Doesn't Pay the Toll Roads, A Cat Rises From the Dead, Closing Music Justin Briner - Ignite the Sky Trouble & Daughter - Is It Bad? Trap Tiger - Boys Built Them Guns Mark Martye - Trying to Explain Kevin Foster - Try (Blue Rodeo Cover) Spencer Teeter Band - Glad to be Home Lumberjunk - Procrastination
Hailing from Texas Music Mecca, Austin, Dwight Smith and Julia Lucille joined us in the CAU Studio to record this Podcast. Both with solo careers, found each other about a year ago and put together a show that featured both their songwriting skills and together some truly beautiful harmonies.Enjoy the Show!!!
Opening, A Sex Act Performed at a Concert, Movie Update, Selfie Stick Ban, Music News, The Canadian Citizenship Test, Closing Music Ignite the Sky - Justin Briner The Man Who Never Says Goodbye - Brenan Clarke Changes - Kevin Foster Remember Me - Paul Federici Comfortably Numb (Pink Floyd Cover) - The Boys Stars - Quite Articulate
Opening, Bill Gates Drinks Poo Water, An Indian Man Is (Finally) Fired, Movie Update, Music News, Snake In a Toilet, Craziest Deaths of 2014, Closing Music Amadeus - Jojo Worthington Kite - So Much for Subtle Sick and Tired - Jay Pollmann Sydney Swans - Lust for Words It's Alright - Paul Federici Knockout - Quite Articulate I Don't Give a F*ck - John Doherty
Daniel Connolly joined us to record a Podcast after he performed at Singing for your Supper at the Act One Pub in Mayne Stage and them performing on the big Mayne Stage along with Melanie Budd. Daniel brought in fellow CAU alumni Packy Lundholm lead guitarist for I Fight Dragons Daniel is the curator for the monthly songwriter's circle at the Oldtown School of Folk Music.What an amazing afternoon of music! I am certain that you will enjoy this show.
Opening, The Man With Two Penis', Canada's New Downloading Regulations, Movie Update, Music News, Why Shitty Music Sells Best, Weird Sex Laws, Closing Music The Warning Signs - Trouble & Daughter Heroin - Connor Graham Warning (Notorious B.I.G. Cover) - Jake Brenneman Shine - Jaclyn VanHappen Ontar-I-O - Chris Nicholls Someday - Lumberjunk Happy Tiger - Trap Tiger
Opening Hidden Jack White Recording Found Jake Gets Set On Fire Wife Finds Husband Cheating On Her With Her Twin We're Really Angry with Mike Hawkins Jake's Would-You-Rather Question Mike's Interview With Santa Claus and Mrs. Claus The Best Albums of 2014 Closing Music Cold Beer - Jake Brenneman Silent Night - The Pollyanna Band My Name Is... - Justin Briner Feels Like Christmas All the Time - The Pollyanna Band Joy - Jake Brenneman Fuck Her Dad - Jake Brenneman When the World Began - Dice What Are You People Made Of (Re-Imagining) - Jake Brenneman and Justin Briner Merry Christmas You Cunts - Frank Turner
Jodi and Dave Walker have been exploring the world of jazz and folk music as a duo for the past 12 years. Over that time we have called Atlanta, New York City, and Chicago home. I first met Jodi and Dave when they were guests on Jenny and Robin Bienemann's CAU/Mayne Stage Showcase. As soon as they walked off stage I invited them to come in and record a show. We had a wonderful time recording this Podcast.
Opening Countries That Last the Longest Watching Porn Christopher Lee Is Perfect Movie Update Sex Workers Protesting in the U.K. Music News 2015 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Inductees Closing Music Last Time - Jaclyn VanHappen It's Time - Kendall Thompson Stand Your Ground - Jay Pollmann Is It Bad? - Trouble & Daughter Sink or Swim - Megan Colley Amadeus - Jojo Worthington Conveniently Yours - Paul Federici
Lance Brown is an artist, actor, musician and song writer who has lived by his wits and creativity since 1977. He holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Denver and studied music composition, theory and performance for 3 semesters at the University of Maine under Roswell Rudd, jazz trombonist of Berkley School of Music fame. His songwriting education came from 4 years in the US Navy, 4 years as a social worker in a state institution for the mentally challenged and the various life experiences he has gleaned from traveling as a working actor and musician for the last 22 years. His mainstay has been a one-person show called "Will Rogers Now" which he has toured nationwide for the last 22 years. During all this time he has been a prolific songwriter penning pieces ranging from the patently absurd to the deeply philosophical. On the absurd end he and collaborator Steve Wellman created the satirical "Somewhat Fractured History of the World Show" which was billed as a history of...
Show Breakdown Opening Snake Thrown Over Tim Horton's Counter For and Against Grumpy Cat Christmas Movie Update Overrated Sex Positions Music News Top 10 Richest Recording Artists Closing Music Graceland (Paul Simon Cover) - Chris Nicholls Train Song (Fest and Ben Gibbard Cover) - Megan Colley Warning (Notorious B.I.G. Cover) - Jake Brenneman Cry Me A River (Justin Timberlake Cover) - Lust for Words Part of Me (Katy Perry Cover) - Jaclyn VanHappen Fragile Bird (City and Colour Cover) - Paul Federici Ain't No Rest for the Wicked (Cage the Elephant Cover) - Crumbled Cookie
Opening, Family Waits for Corpse to Resurrect, Movie Update, A Pill to Make Your Farts Smell Nicer, Music News, Sex Acts Banned in UK Porn, Closing Music I Don't Give a Fuck - John Doherty Oh, Luna - Mark Martyre Changes - Kevin Foster Procrastination - Lumberjunk Let Go - Jaclyn VanHappen Inukshuk - The Dickens
Jen Reilly and Eddy Bluma aka The New Zeitgeist met as solo artists reentering the music scene in Chicago of 2009, but might as well have been around since 1929. "Old souls," they have been described by many, the two began collaborating as a folk duo with soulful harmonies and old spirituals. Their devotions range from Hank Williams and Woody Guthrie to Elvis, Joni, The Staple Singers, and Allison Krauss. Their upcoming first and full-length album attempts to capture the timeless and undying spirit of the ages, entitled the "New Zeitegists," (pronounced zÄ«Â¬Â¬-tÄ-gÄsts). Their coined word, New Zeitegists implies a revolution as well as a return to the simple things and things that matter; a return to "geist"-spirit, soul, and body. Previous to living in Chicago, in the spring of 2009 Jen Reilly spent four months living at an artists' colony developing her skills and experience in songwriting, performing, and recording at the Contemporary Music Center, an invitation-only community on...
Brittany Lee Moffitt is a professional vocalist, songwriter, and performer from the small town of New Carlisle, Indiana. Brittany moved to Chicago in 2005 to study music at Columbia College. During that time, Brittany was offered an opportunity to represent the music department as a participating singer/songwriter in the 2009 International Summer Music Camp, held by kraut-rock pioneer, drummer, and instructor Udo Dahmen at Popakademie School of Music in Mannheim, Germany. She also shared the stage with artists Earth, Wind, and Fire, vocalist Mina Agossi, and drummer Dana Hall while studying at Columbia. Graduating in 2010, Brittany soon found herself performing in several original and cover band projects, showcasing an array of vocal styles from jazz to hard rock, never missing an opportunity to entertain, experience, and learn. In December 2013, Brittany embarked on her first solo tour as a singer/songwriter along the east coast, performing in Boston, New York City, Washington, D.C., and...
Opening, Mark Martyre, Movie Update, Streaming Songs To Be Included in Billboard 200, Music News, Hangover Cures, Closing Music Lucky Love - Connor Graham I Know What It's Like - Mark Martyre Oh Luna - Mark Martyre Trying To Explain - Mark Martyre Rainy Day - Kevin Foster Hearts - Jojo Worthington Someday - Lumberjunk Buy the World - Chris Nicholls Rooftops - Trouble & Daughter