If you’re in Nashville, you may notice that you’re hearing the name Timothy Myles around town more often these days. The Chicagoland native is a musician on the rise; one whose engaging live performances and knack for songwriting are helping him grow a strong reputation.Read About Timothy
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The Beautiful Distortion combines outstanding vocal harmonies with top-notch musicianship, resulting in one of the most powerful and distinctive rock sounds on the East Coast.Watch the Video
Since we made this announcement back in November, a lot has happened. We changed our name. We moved to Nashville. And yes, we’ve met tons of incredible creatives of all disciplines in our travels.
Through it all, we’ve never forgotten where we came from. This past weekend, we had a chance to go back.See the Photos
For those who may have missed the memo on Facebook… we’re not in Nashville this weekend. In fact, we’re back home, where this all started in Bethlehem, PA.
This is where Musikfest — the nation’s largest free outdoor music festival — is currently taking place. Back in the day — like, a year ago, even — we’d be all over this thing. All day. Every day. For 10 days every August, nobody played harder in the paint than us. Don’t even @ me, bruh. But if you do @ me, do it with style!
Granted, 800+ miles worth of distance has made doing that a little bit harder this year. But, when in Rome, we will do as the Romans used to do. Or, something like that.
That includes mapping out where you need to be today, if you’re in the same vicinity as us and want to hear some brilliant artists for the price of Free.99. Also, because it’s good to be back, we’re going to focus this solely on artists from the region we call home, to give you just a taste of the Keystone State’s best.
Let’s kick it old school with a…
Musikfest Five-Point Preview: Saturday, August 10See the Hot Spots
There aren’t very many huge voices left in rock music, but Samuel Lee is one of those rare rock and roll voices that could make a permanent impact on the modern American music landscape.Watch the Video
He’s the thirty-something, dad-bod rocking, acoustic guitar-playing eponymous front-man of the second biggest band in his small town, and his name is Grover Anderson. Raised in the historic gold rush hills of Calaveras County, Grover writes songs that tell stories of love, loss, and frontier mischief.Watch the Video
The last time we had the chance to make it out to True Music Room, it was to see Chicagoland native Timothy Myles come away crowned the first-ever Top Writer Showdown champion.
Last Tuesday night, the champ was in the house on an evening that featured a strong candidate to win the next Showdown on August 27.See the Photos
Cat London is a New Jersey-based indie artist, backed onstage and in the studio with a dark pop conglomeration that includes Rich Aveo (piano/vocals), Paul O’Keeffe (bass), and Anthony Freda (drums). London’s sound, performance, and songwriting combines Ryan Adams and Damien Rice’s tender portrayal of love and conflict with electrified indie pop tunes, invoking the energy of Lana Del Rey and Lady Gaga. In fact, we might as well add in some Fiona Apple and Jewel, while we’re at it.Watch the Video
Rule #37 of running an online music publication: always have your camera nearby, in case a concert breaks out.
Or, in this case, in case you’re in your co-working space, plugging away for the upcoming week on the same night that some absolutely stellar female performers are set to take the stage in the room right next to you.See the Photos
Copper Fields‘ songs have powerful lyrics, a crisp and full sound, and a blend of voices that rise in harmony. There is a story told through both their lyrical content and their instrumentation, which is alt-Americana tastefully merged with indie rock and a splash of old soul. Your head and your heart are sure to be moved.Watch the Video