Tag Archives: country

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Father John Misty Brings Pure Country Soul Swagger to Sold-Out Show at The Observatory

Wednesday’s show was the first night of tour for Father John Misty, and the first night out of two consecutive performances at The Observatory. Fans of all ages piled in, filling in any possible space allotted. In fact, packed may even be an understatement. The evening began with close friends of FJM—Long Beach natives, Tess […]

J.D. McPherson
The J.D. McPherson train rolls into Long Beach’s Alex’s Bar

Stepping into Alex’s Bar in Long Beach to see Oklahoma rocker J.D. McPherson was like walking into another world. We were actually at a train station, standing on the platform filled with bellowing steam. Hardshell suitcases in delicately gloved hands rushed to meet pompadours and rolled jeans. All to the soundtrack of swinging blues rolling […]

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Ryan Bingham
An Interview with Ryan Bingham: Becoming a father, relationships, new tour and what it’s like being a cowboy in Los Angeles

Ryan Bingham has an unmistakable voice. It’s grungy and raw like truck tires on a gravel road and at the same time airy and crackling like a wise man telling stories on his back porch. He has a quiet way about him. His eyes are deep and caring and when he smiles, his entire face […]

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The Kills at El Rey Theatre: a fierce and alluring performance with moments of pure beauty

Alison Mosshart of The Kills As I walked up to the El Rey Theatre last night, excitement was in the air for The Kills’ highly anticipated performance. I had missed out on their Halloween show at the Forum due to a last-minute trip to Puerto Rico, and although the comped trip was an amazing experience, […]

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Shakey Graves charms a sold-out Belasco with his powerful one-man-band prowess (and good looks)

It was a packed house at the Belasco Theater in downtown Los Angeles this past Wednesday, as the brawny Austin Texas singer-songwriter, Alejandro Rose-Garcia (aka Shakey Graves), took a sold-out Belasco Theater by storm with his anthemic blues rock. Rolling out a fierce one-man-band performance, Shakey Graves makes it look all so effortless. With eyes […]

Scott H. Biram and Jesse Dayton bring the South to The Echo in Los Angeles

The Southern belles, dudes and Angelinos gathered around the front porch that we will just call The Echo in Los Angeles. The only thing missing was ma’s chili cookin in the kitchen, but the Budweiser was flowing in place of it. Scott H. Biram and Jesse Dayton brought the deep south to Los Angeles on […]

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Ryan Bingham gives charming performance at GRAMMY Museum in support of new album, Fear and Saturday Night

Singer/Songwriter/Rocker/Grammy-Golden Globes-Academy award winner Ryan Bingham is about to release his 5th studio album, Fear and Saturday Night, on January 20th. In anticipation of the album release he gave a small and lucky crowd at the Grammy Museum a preview of the new material. The evening began with an interview where Bingham talked about why […]

Anne Marie Schiefer |
jesus sons
Video Premiere: Watch Jesus Sons’ new video for “Better Times”

Jesus Sons bring their 70s whiskey rock to life with their new video for “Better Times.” Continuing with their throwback spirit, the video appears to be shot on film with a fisheye lens giving off a psychedelic mind-bending vibe. Filmed, edited, and directed by Olivia Jaffe, the video has that black and white silent film-feel due […]

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Win tickets to Lucero’s SOLD OUT show at The Echo!

Grab your girl or grab your best friend, Memphis country punk-rocker Lucero are hitting the Echo this Sunday, November 16 as night one of their country hattrick at the intimate East side venue. As part of Lucero’s ‘By the Seat of Our Pants’ tour, hitting New York, Boston, Los Angeles and San Francisco — the dates […]

Conor Oberst and John Prine at Greek Theatre: modern day meets the old days

If you were in high school anywhere from 2000 to 2008 you may have found Conor Oberst’s music to be of a kindred spirit. The angst ridden ballads of “lovers tied together” or the crushing too-close-for-comfort of “It’s Cool We Can Still Be Friends” may have tore out your heart strings. (Seriously, the latter is […]

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Deer Tick rowdy the Echoplex with beer-spittin’ rock ‘n’ roll

The Echoplex was packed this past Thursday for a night of rowdy rock ‘n’ roll with heavy elements of folk, blues and country. The raucous boys of Deer Tick left their Rhode Island digs to embark on an epic tour performing tracks off their latest album Negativity (Partisan Records) along come classic heavy hitters that had the crowd […]

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10 Best Free Summer Concert Series in Los Angeles

While every other blog and weekly is listing every free summer concert series under the sun, we here at Grimy Goods like to weed out the crap and deliver only the best handpicked selections. You won’t find any generic bar bands on this list or family fun day Journey cover bands, but you will discover […]

Stream Jack White’s new solo album, Lazaretto

You can now stream Jack White’s entire new solo album, Lazaretto, one week before its official release date. The album features 11 tracks of blues, country, and even songs that come off like rap-rock. The title track, “Lazaretto” and “That Black Bat Licorice” are songs that have that annoying rap-rock appeal — a combo I never enjoy — however, […]

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Way Over Yonder 2014 lineup
Way Over Yonder 2014 lineup announced

The Way Over Yonder festival at the Santa Monica Pier has revealed its 2014 lineup! Staged after the East Coast’s esteemed Newport Folk Festival, this year’s Way Over Yonder will feature more than 20 incredible acts including: Jackson Browne (Saturday headliner), Local Natives (Friday headliner), Lucinda Williams, Heartless Bastards, Houndmouth, The Barr Brothers, Linda Perhacs, […]

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