Posted: August 15, 2014
It’s impossible not to get drawn in by the distinctive Gretsch Roots Collection resonator guitar, singer Bonnie Paine’s washboard playing and the lush work on the fiddle from Bridget Law.
Posted: June 13, 2014
The band ripped through “Son of An American,” a track featured on latest album Blowout.
Check out that clip and an interview below.
Posted: April 15, 2014
Having released the album Rev on Jan. 21 via Victory Records, Reverend Horton Heat recently debuted a music video for the track “Scenery Going By.”
The clip surely lives up to the song’s title, as live footage of the band is cut with scenes of their travels, whether it is the view from a car window or a line of fans waiting for autographs.
Behold all the scenery in the video below.
Posted: March 24, 2014
When CALICO the Band stopped by the Gretsch Lounge, they brought out their Gretsch Chet Atkins and Gretsch Rancher to perform a few songs from their self-titled 2013 EP.
Watch the all-female trio play “High Road” and “Fool’s Gold” in the clips below and visit their official Facebook page for more information.
Posted: March 6, 2013
And to complete it, Matera launched a Kickstarter campaign to raise a final $10,000 with rewards that include a digital download of the album to the opportunity to have the artist play a private 45-minute set at a fan’s home.
“I’ve been playing guitar with Katy Perry since the 2008 Warped Tour,” he wrote on his Kickstarter page. “When we had a little time off last summer, I began working on this solo record, writing songs and recording demos. It’s pop music, I’d say… electronic/guitar/vibey singer/songwriter stuff. I’ll be singing, playing guitar and keyboards on it and just need a little help from my friends to finish it and get it out there to you. I’m raising funds so I can pay all the musicians, studio owners, engineers, mixers, etc., that I need to help complete the project.”
To learn more about Matera’s mission, click here.
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