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If you did a YouTube search on Strand Of Oaks prior to 2013, you were likely to see a lot of videos of a lone Tim Showalter on stage or in a studio, chatty and engaging, wearing a guitar and possibly performing a cover. This was how Oaks got its start prior to expanding to full band status with the release of Dark Shores, and this was the Oaks we saw at Boot and Saddle this weekend for Showalter’s final shows in support of 2014′s HEAL.
For night one of the sold-out two night stand, Showalter played his breakout record in its entirety, backed by singer-songwriter Jason Anderson (of the band Tracks) on Rhodes keyboard, and introduced a few new Oaks cuts to the crowd.
Night two, however, was a bit looser. Continue reading →
Punk icon Iggy Pop star makes a guest appearance Kylie Minogue’s new Christmas album. Continue reading →
We definitely do not subscribe to the “celeb-grandstanding style” of reporting but this one we simply could not ignore: Jack White tried to fight Patrick Carney at a NYC bar last night. 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 →
Just a few weeks after their “fare thee well” concerts in Chcago, members of the Grateful Dead are planning to reform with John Mayer. Continue reading →
Ryan Adams performed in Sydney Australia a couple of nights ago and surprised fans at the Sydney Opera House with a tribute to Dave Grohl of the Foo Fighters! Continue reading →
The annual Governors Ball festival is held at Randall’s Island in New York, wedged in between Upper Manhattan and Queens. The rain trickled down on Friday but that didn’t stop the ticket holders from trekking through to make it over for their favorite acts, most especially Philly’s The Districts who started off the fest Friday afternoon at 12:15. A bit too early for most, one would think, but they ripped through their set with a medium sized but lively crowd cheering along to the words of “Young Blood.” Continue reading →