Mumford & Sons will release a new EP on June 17th called Johannesburg.
The five-song EP was recorded in several days with Senegalese singer and guitarist Baaba Maal, the musician/DJ and production duo The Very Best, as well as the South African pop band Beatenberg. Continue reading →
She may have missed out on the Best New Artist of the Year Grammy but Courtney Barnett is a hit with nearly anyone who’s seen or heard her music. Check out Courtney’s live-performance of “Nobody Really Cares If You Don’t Go to the Party” on last night’s Late Show With Stephen Colbert. Continue reading →
1955 – Little Richard sends his first audition tape to Specialty Records.
1960 – The Everly Brothers sign a 10 year contract with Warner Brothers worth $1 million.
1966 – Brian Wilson begins recording the Beach Boys’ “Good Vibrations.” Continue reading →
With the trade of Phillies’ All-Star second-baseman Chase Utley to the LA Dodgers, Phils’ fans also say goodbye to one of the greatest, walk-up songs of all-time: Led Zeppelin’s “Kashmir.” Continue reading →
Mumford & Sons have released a new video for “The Wolf” recorded while the band played Bonnaroo a few weeks back. Continue reading →
The Late Night TV shows featured a variety of performers last night. Check ’em out. Continue reading →
With a new song making the rounds, a new album in the pipeline and a big festival tour bringing them to Seaside Heights this summer, Mumford and Sons are poised to have a pretty excellent 2015. This morning, frontman Marcus Mumford called in to the XPN Morning Show to talk with Mike Vasilikos about how they spent their year off in 2014, what it was like playing first gigs in a while, the upcoming Gentlemen of the Road tour and the hotly-debated evolution of their sound. Continue reading →