I had the great opportunity to go see Valerie June's show. I found that when I got to the Regent Theater in Los Angeles, no one was around in pure la fashion. So, in opposite fashion, I sat on the floor in the middle of it all.
La Bouquet is a Los Angeles based band who just released their EP Heavy Sunshine from Washington Square Music, an imprint of Razor & Tie this past fall year.
Magic Giant has taken the music scene by storm with their pop, idyllic lyrics and infectious voices. Their music video captures what it's like to have a yearning to be young and rebellious.
Skin Wings out of New York City play the blues and spice up the joint wherever audiences are found.
"When My Time Comes" performed at the Arroyo Seco Weekend is beautiful and haunting. The lead singer Taylor Goldsmith has a somber but powerful approach that welcomes the crowds to sing along. Taylor's brother Griffin takes the audience to subtle yet explosive sounds on his drums and vocals.
The lead singer Taylor Goldsmith though is under the impression nobody actually knew who his band was. He was happy so many people decided to listen to him before the Alabama Shakes and Tom Petty concert.
His voice is solid and his band seems to love the idea of jamming on stage. People love music no matter how big or famous they are.
This magazine exists to showcase bands like Dawes to bring in how incredible they are of storytellers.
Here's a collaboration with Andrew Bird that Taylor did recently.
Formed in 2013 Con Brio is hip and bursting at the seems with energy. There soul funk sound will electrify stages with their fun lyrics and throwback to another era.
Lauren Marsh is a singer with a pure soul and you feel her heart as she sings.
Jake Davis is a native Angelino who sings with his soul while telling his stories to the people.
On an excitedly wonderful Saturday I stumbled onto the grounds of The Ambassador Auditorium in Pasadena, CA on October 15, 2016. I had no idea who I'd meet or what I would find. Little did I know this festival was a passion project of a one Alex Wisner.