Rateliff and the band are returning to Philadelphia to perform the rowdy western version of blue-eyed soul they are known for, especially after enjoying success from their self-titled album and the single, “S.O.B.” Continue reading →
As we head into the last month of the year, next week WXPN will begin asking for your best songs of 2015 for WXPN’s Best of 2015 week, when XPN hosts will be sharing with you our favorite songs and albums and new music discoveries, as well as playing back the Top 100 songs of the year as voted on by the XPN community. One of our favorite albums of 2015 was Strange Trails by Lord Huron. Continue reading →
Just as Lord Huron expanded from the solo project of Ben Schneider to the five piece band that it is today, the LA-based folk rock group has expanded from the Marina Stage back in 2013 to the River Stage here at XPoNential Music Fest 2015.
Relying on a mix of some freshman effort favorites and sophomore album standouts, Schneider and co. got the River Stage crowd to their feet and dancing as soon as their first note hit the airwaves. Starting with a rocking track off their latest release Strange Trails, “Until the Night Turns” reminded everyone at the River Stage why Lord Huron is one of the most exciting names in indie rock. Continue reading →
Four days and counting! This weekend is the XPoNential Music Festival at Wiggins Park in Camden, NJ. The festival starts on Friday, July 24th with The Word, JD McPherson, Madisen Ward & The Mama Bear, Dawes and more. There’ll be 32 bands performing over the weekend including First Aid Kit, My Morning Jacket, George Ezra, Delta Rae, Indigo Girls, Calexico, Hop Along, and on Saturday, Lord Huron. Continue reading →
Today’s Free At Noon concert featured folk rockers Lord Huron. The LA natives climbed on stage to a packed house downstairs at World Cafe Live. Frontman Ben Schneider remarked that they may be looking funny with just the four of them seated across the stage, explaining that their bus had broken down in New York earlier that day so they had grabbed what they could and made off for Philly. “We couldn’t miss World Cafe,” he said. Continue reading →
Building on to the exciting Saturday-night XPoNential Music Festival roster at Susquehanna Bank Center with St. Vincent and My Morning Jacket and Sunday-night with Grace Potter, George Ezra and more – it’s time to announce the core crew of bands that will be hanging out with us at Wiggins Park and Susquehanna Bank Center from July 24th through the 26th.