The release of “Bitch I Love You”—the standout track to this soul revivalist’s 2007 self-titled debut, on Shake Yo Ass Records, with The Cold Breeze—gained him critical acclaim and opening slots touring with Spoon and Okkervil River.
His voice slurs like James Brown. And, the backbeat? Pure Stax Record’s Southern soul. Black Joe Lewis & The Honeybears narrows The Difference Between Me & You at 191 Toole. With the indie rockin’ soul of Amasa Hines. Details here.
Punk rockers The Offspring unplug for a special acoustic show.
“We’ll drink some beer, tell some stories and maybe do a few fun cover songs.” Lead singer/molecular biologist Dexter Holland expands, “And, Jonny Two Bags from Social Distortion will be with us performing a solo set.” At the Rialto Theatre. Details here.
This Texas singer-songwriter transports the flavor of Gulf Coast country soul found in his solo debut The Change to Club Congress.
“It’s a love letter, and a promise to my newly formed family,” says Kevin Galloway.
With the light-hearted yet fuzzed-out rock of Birds and Arrows. Details here.