Talking with Penny and Sparrow, who is playing at WorkPlay on March 23.
Talking with southern rock band the Drive-By Truckers before they perform at the iconic Lyric Theatre this April.
Blues musical duo Johnnyswim talks with B-Metro before stopping by Iron City on January 23.
Matthew Mayfield is coming back home to play Saturn Dec. 10. “Birmingham is my safe haven. It’s a beautiful, growing town that has always been good to me and the fans here are so loyal,” he says.
Talking to Ben Folds, who is coming to the Alabama Theatre on November 11.
“Shut Up and Dance” might be the (awesome) song that got everybody and their mamas into WALK THE MOON, but the band has been making moves forward for quite a while.
Dawes is coming through Birmingham (not for the first time—they were a part of 2011’s Secret Stages) on Sept. 29 at Iron City, and you should go.
One thing I ask every musician (or band) I interview is this: Why music? I asked the members of Good Old War, who are playing a show for us Birminghamians at Saturn on Aug. 8, the question, too.
Brother and sister duo the Oh Hellos—Maggie and Tyler Heath—hail from Texas. Evident in their music is not the country drawl or musings about cowboys that Texas is known for, but that big Texas spirit shows up brightly.
A few years ago, if you mentioned you liked listening to Lord Huron, somebody was bound to call you—dare I say it—the h word (hipster, not hamburger).
If there’s anyone who feels like an old friend (besides, say, all my old friends), it’s Ingrid Michaelson.