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  • Afghan Whigs

    Oct 26, 2017

  • The English Beat

    Oct 29, 2017

  • Iron and Wine

    Nov 3, 2017

  • Penny and Sparrow

    Nov 12, 2017

  • Delbert McClinton

    Dec 15, 2017

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Afghan Whigs

October 26, 2017

The Afghan Whigs dealt in some of the smokiest, seediest rock 'n' roll to emerge from the 1990s. Happily, this richly hued atmosphere of menace was all present and correct on The Whigs' 2013 effort Do To The Beast, the band's first album for 16 years. They're touring Do To The Beast, along with the rest of their noir-flavored catalogue, across North America and Canada this summer and fall.

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The English Beat

October 29, 2017

The English Beat (or The Beat as they're known in their native UK) surprised fans in 2016 with the announcement of a new record in the works - their first studio album since 1982's Special Beat Service! Their current line-up features original singer and principal songwriter David Wakeling, who lent the group his unmistakable vocals throughout their 80s heydey.

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Iron and Wine

November 3, 2017

Iron and Wine, aka Sam Beam has been hard at work making folk rock over a decade now, with his work compared to the likes of Simon and Garfunkel, Nick Drake, Elliott Smith, Neil Young and John Fahey.

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Penny and Sparrow

November 12, 2017

Redefining modern Americana one record at a time, Texas natives Penny and Sparrow are known for wrenching lyrics and soft sound in songs that cover topics as diverse as the everyday grind to characters from Les Miserables. Now they delve into the dark for Wendigo, a series of aural landscapes that question the supernatural in their trademark quietly devastating style.

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Delbert McClinton

December 15, 2017

Delbert McClinton is a multi-talented American blues musician and songwriter, whose instrumental repertoire includes the guitar, piano, and harmonica. McClinton began his solo career in the 1970s and has released almost thirty albums since then. He was born in Lubbock, Texas, but relocated to Los Angeles in 1972 to pursue his career in the music industry.

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