Psych/Rock/Garage/Punk trio Bummers Eve celebrates the release of its excellent debut full-length Friday with a free MOTR Pub show, while The Grove presents over a dozen area
artists Saturday at the Southgate House Revival for the Rock N’ Revival for a Cure concert, a benefit for cancer research at the UC Brain Tumor Center.
It shouldn’t come as a surprise that Jukebox the Ghost is
touring despite not releasing a record of new material in nearly two
years. By their own calculations, the Washington, D.C. trio has played “almost 1,000 shows” since unveiling its
full-length debut, Let Live and Let Ghosts, in 2008.
Plus, a musical tribute to Kevin Donahue, late singer for Garage Rock favorites The Pariahs,
is now set for this Saturday at The Comet. Also on Saturday, more than 40 musicians who support Bernie Sanders will perform for Southgate House Revival's "Bernin Down the House" concert.
Recordings of "outer-space type music" heard by astronauts orbiting the moon in 1969 released; a young Metal bassist is to be reunited with his patch-covered denim vest after it's discovered hundred of miles away in a Macy's display case; and so many influential musicians died in the past year, the Grammys couldn't fit tributes to all of them into the ceremony.
Local singer/songwriters Andrea Cefalo and David Kisor
have teamed up for an interesting new project dubbed Ancient News. Plus, The Almighty Get Down will be recording a performance Saturday night at Woodward
Pop culture’s microscopic focus on fame
and celebrity means that Anderson East’s recognition has risen more
because of his recent status as Miranda Lambert’s boyfriend than for his
incredible musical abilities.
Voivod could be considered the musical
equivalent of the post office: The Canadian Progressive Metal quartet
cannot be stopped by wind, rain, snow, sleet, dark of night (in fact,
they rather prefer it), death, break-ups, lawsuits or stylistic shifts.