Photo by Scott Preston
Following their performance at the GRAMMY’s last week, Denver-based band The Lumineers sold over 66 thousand copies of their GRAMMY-nominated self-titled debut album to achieve Platinum sales status. Since its release last April by Dualtone, the album has sold over 1 million total records, and this week was #6 on the overall Billboard chart. Read more
PNC Pavilion at Riverbend, 6295 Kellogg Ave., Cincinnati, OH 45230
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Singer-songwriter Jackson Browne has added a string of Fall dates to his 2012 U.S. Acoustic Tour. The tour, which begins this summer on July 14 in Charlotte, NC runs thru mid-August, before picking up again mid-October and ending on November 15 in Colorado Springs, CO. Playing guitar and piano, Jackson will perform songs from his entire body of work, with varying set lists each night. Singer-songwriter and fiddle player Sara Watkins will open the Acoustic Tour as a special guest. Tickets are on-sale now for the summer tour and the pre-sales for the fall tour begin this week; information is available at www.jacksonbrowne.com. Read more
(NEW YORK, NY) - EVERCLEAR has debuted a brand new single called“Be Careful What You Ask For” today exclusively from Spinner.com. Click HERE to listen.
EVERCLEAR is set to release its new studio album, “Invisible Stars,” onJune 26, 2012. The album is the group’s first collection of songs in six years, and it embodies the same qualities of sonic punch, sturdy song craft and edgy introspection that have long endeared Everclear to its large and loyal worldwide fan base.
Formed in Portland, OR in 1992, Everclear has gone multi-platinum with over 6 million albums sold in the U.S. and Canada alone, 8 Top 40 hit singles on the Billboard Mainstream Rock, Top 40, & Adult Top 40 charts, including: “Santa Monica,” “I Will Buy You A New Life,” “Wonderful,” & “Father of Mine.” Read more
Written by Bill Whiting
Widespread Panic’s return to PNC Pavilion in Cincinnati, Ohio one year later on October 16 gave Panic fans a riveting, surprise laden pearl of a concert. Beginning with a seven minute “North” that led into the explosive locomotions of “Love Tractor,” Widespread was firing on all cylinders, revved up and ready to take their folowers on a wild ride. Sunday night became a nice showcase for the always dependable bassist Dave Schools, and he delivered on thumping versions of “Sleepy Monkey” and “Jack.” John Bell engaged the Cincinnati audience with the spirited set ending run of “Travelin’ Man,” “You Should Be Glad,” and “Climb To Safety.” Read more