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Anyway, onto this week’s Songs You Should Hear…
Hear What You Should
You may know Chris Shiflett for his work as the lead guitarist of modern rock legends and first-ballot Rock & Roll Hall of Famers, Foo Fighters.
What you should also know is that Shiflett is building an impressive solo catalog of his own. He just added to it on Friday with his latest single, “Born & Raised.”
Hear the single
Los Angeles-based rock band Greg in Good Company is preparing to release their second album, and are getting us ready with the song that prompted frontman Greg Gilman to “keep singing my songs in public and take music more seriously.”
Hear the Single
Let’s check back in with that show we had with Borrowed Sparks and Stray Nova on May 7.
Watch the Performance
We have a reschedule date for our Live from the 615 Virtual Showcase featuring Stray Nova and Borrowed Sparks!
You can’t… you really shouldn’t… but you want it. Go ahead. It might hurt, but hell, it’s probably worth it. You’ll never know unless you try. You want to, don’t you? Of course you do…
Read more & listen
Good news, everyone! We’re on time this week!
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Imagine yourself on a lonely prairie far from home. You light a campfire and settle yourself in when, in the distance, a lone cowboy appears from the darkness. You welcome him into the light and warmth, and he begins to sing to you his tales of love, triumph, and daily strife.
Read more and Listen
Over the past few months, we’ve seen musicians become more innovative, finding ways to create and collaborate together, despite varying periods of isolation.
Watch Thursday’s Daily Spinn
Folks… it’s been a month.
There’s no denying that March 2020 was an odd time for just about all of us. But, we must also remember the outstanding art we’ve had a chance to enjoy.
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