Quick Flicks: Pat Metheny Group - We Live Here: Live in Japan
However you describe the music of jazz guitarist Pat Metheny, one thing it almost always is is breezy, and that's how this live show begins with energetic and airy numbers "Have You Heard" and "And Then I Knew."
Singled Out: Surgeon
Today Sean Bolton (vocals, bass), Lydia Giordano (guitars) from Surgeon tell us about the title track from their brand new album 'Chemical Reign,' which was released today (May 21st).
MorleyView Christina Kartsonakis
Some of you will know Christina Kartsonakis as one half of the rock duo The Sugar Dames. What you might not know is that she is also a well-rounded musician / producer who also writes her own symphonic music.
Singled Out: Zed's Desperation Blues
Today Zed guitarist Greg Lopes tells us about the title track to their brand new album 'Desperation Blues,' which is set to be released tomorrow (May 21st).
Quick Flicks: Scissor Sisters - Live in London
Here's a solid show from these campy disco poppers. The concert opens with "Night Work," a buoyant pop tune where singer Jake Shears cranks up the falsetto vocals Bee Gees style.
Singled Out: Keyless
Today Keyless' Justin McKee tells us about the song 'Everything' from the band's debut album 'Hot Shot,' which is set to be released next Tuesday (May 21st).
Road Trip: Alabama Getaway: Hangin' Out in Gulf Shores and Orange Beach
There's always a guy or a gal ready with a guitar and a serenade, the tigers and lemurs that live in the area would like to meet you and flying machines of all vintages are standing by to show off as well. And there's a pretty good chance that you're gonna get bushwackered too!
Singled Out: Big B's Here Comes The Lightning (Pink and Butch Walker)
Today Big B tells us about his brand new single 'Here Comes The Lightning' which was co-written by Pink and Butch Walker. The track is featured on his new album, 'Fool's Gold,' which will be released in July.
Quick Flicks: Paul Williams: Still Alive
This film is an absolute hoot for anyone who remembers Williams' '70s heyday when he was a fixture on TV and his songs were all over the radio, performed by stars like the Carpenters, Three Dog Night and more.