Tag Archives: blues rock

Black Pistol Fire
Black Pistol Fire to headline Troubadour West Hollywood, stream new single “Lost Cause”

Riotous bluesy-rockers from Austin, Texas, by way of Toronto, Canada, the duo that is Black Pistol Fire, have announced a Los Angeles headline date at the Troubadour in West Hollywood. The  ear-shattering, heel-stomping duo composed of Kevin McKeown (finger-bleeding guitarist) and Eric Owen (head-rushing drummer) will take on the Troubadour on Saturday November 18. Supporting […]

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The Dead Ships
Los Angeles Bands that Kicked Ass in 2016: The Dead Ships

With 2016 quickly slipping away, it’s time we highlight some of the best Los Angeles bands that really made the most of themselves in 2016. As the first in our Los Angeles Bands that Kicked Ass in 2016 series, we’d like to highlight The Dead Ships. It goes without saying that The Dead Ships are […]

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The Record Company
The Record Company keep the real and raw spirit of rock ‘n’ roll alive at El Rey gig

“We are The Record Company and we play Rock N Roll!”   This clear, concise, and honored mission statement is the battle cry that starts every live performance from The Record Company. The three-piece Los Angeles band, ended their first headlining national tour with a string of 32 out of 41 sold out shows, and […]

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Barns Courtney
Hot Artist Alert: Barns Courtney talks going from sleeping in his car to viral sensation — LA date at Troubadour

Interview Feature by Steven Ward Wandering around the Warner Bros. studios, gawking at all the Harry Potter memorabilia, Barns Courtney is on top of the world. With a Conan O’Brian appearance slated to air that night, a debut album on the way, and two viral hit singles, you would be hard pressed to believe that the […]

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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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Cows, priests and bananas crowd surf at Delta Spirit’s thrilling Halloween show at the Observatory

As part of their 4-pack of Halloween shows, Delta Spirit went out with a ghoulish bang on Halloween night at the Observatory in Santa Ana. The band had previously blasted Los Angeles with their Americana-infused indie rock at The Satellite on Oct. 28, followed by The Troubadour on Oct. 29, then the El Rey Theatre […]

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The Black Diamond Heavies Vs The Black Keys

I do love The Black Keys (as if anyone who reads this blog religiously couldn’t tell) but I do love the raw gritty blues of The Black Diamond Heavies. Although Dan Auerbach helped produce these guys, many are saying they surpass the Keys. Hmmm … I came by this blog and the writer wrote: “The […]

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