#HappyBirthday to the great Hank Williams! Enough said.
Lake Street Dive performing a sold-out show at The Beachland Ballroom and Tavern on September 16, 2014. Easily among the best shows of the year! Didn’t get a lot of pictures thanks to the insane crowd, but here are a few we did manage to capture. Go ahead, tell me Lake Street Dive ain’t the greatest live band on earth and I’ll call you a liar and a scoundrel right to your face!
Headed to The Beachland Ballroom and Tavern tonight to see one of the most incredible bands on the planet, Lake Street Dive! Gonna have some great company in the form of #NoSurfFriends Kate Kooser and Tony & Haley Schaffer from The Womacks, too! Gonna be a great one! Here’s the title track to the band’s latest album, “Bad Self Portraits,” as sung in studio by one of the only people on Earth who MAY have a more powerful voice than Haley, the otherwise inimitable Rachael Price.
Today’s #MovieMonday features #NoSurfFriend Alice Wallace performing her song “A Little Yodel” at HonkyTonk HouseConcerts back in July. Join Alice at Rhythm of Life Festival this weekend where she’ll not only be performing this song, but teaching a yodeling workshop, as well! You, too, could be this frikkin’ awesome!
Diana Chittester is a progressive folk artist whose album Find My Way Home examines her personal struggle for self-acceptance and understanding in a universally relatable way that demands to be heard.
Our September #FeaturedReview focuses on the new album Find My Way Home from Cleveland progressive folk singer/songwriter and #NoSurfFriend Diana Chittester. With a compelling, unique guitar style and a clear, forceful voice she relates her own personal struggles in a way that demands to be heard. This is a review you don’t want to miss.