Before his show at Turner Hall Ballroom this evening, we were lucky enough to have McMorrow and his band in our home in Walker's Point for session, where he performed 3 songs and talked a little about the tour, the album, and more. Watch the video above of them peforming the song "Cavalier." If you want to watch the entire session click here.
April 15 2014
We have a wonderful performance from Lost In The Trees today with music from their new albumPast Life. The band is from Chapel Hill, N.C., and is lead by the charismatic Ari Picker.
Their new album is quite different from their more orchestral folk-pop. It is stripped down, relies on more electronic elements and represents a major evolution for the band. One thing that remains the same is Picker's intensity. We're happy to welcome them back.
His music is celebratory, comical, angry, emotional, wild and wildly intelligent. The stark setting of hearing the songs with just guitar and voice showcases the intricacy, nuance and punk intensity that he puts into his writing.
Omaha singer-songwriter Conor Oberst, the driving force behind Bright Eyes returns to The Pabst along with very special guests Dawes.
A dirt kickin’, boot stompin’ great time with one of the finest bands in alternative country! Don’t miss the trailblazing Old 97’s live at Turner Hall!
Garnering enormous acclaim from fans and critics alike, Vampire Weekend hit another home run with their latest album ‘Modern Vampires of The City’ and continues to be one of the premier artists in indie rock today. This one’s going to go fast. Get your tickets for Vampire Weekend’s at the BMO Harris Pavilion before they’re gone.
Their live shows are legendary.
Their angst-filled hybrid channeling of Van Morrison, the Band, and R.E.M has created a beautiful legacy of not only hit songs, but great songs. “Mr. Jones,” “A Long December” , “Accidentally in Love,” “Round Here,”
Spend an evening with Counting Crows, playing their hits
Their honey-coated harmonies carry the weight of both the beauty and the world-view of their music. Amy Ray and Emily Saliers cascading vocal lines elegantly fit round each other’s delicate altos, lighting a spark that creates all the light that you will need on this night
There is NOTHING like Rod y Gab! The Mexican duo of Rodrigo Sanchez and Gabriela Quintero quite simply tear into their acoustic guitars. Freakishly fast fingers attack the strings. Complex rhythms combine with a percussive deluge and smooth style, picking and strumming rich jams.
Boy & Bear’s rootsy combination of indie pop, soulful folk and soaring harmonies have made them one of the most buzzed about bands of the year. Don’t miss their Milwaukee debut live at Turner Hall