Tag Archives: Live Performance
Posted: May 11, 2013
Portugal. The Man recently appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live to perform their latest single from their upcoming album Evil Friends, a delightfully dark and poppy track called “Purple Yellow Red and Blue.”
In addition, the Portland, Ore., based band pulled out “People Say,” one of the hits off their 2009 album The Satanic Satanist.
Check out both clips below and visit Portugal. The Man’s official website for more information.
Posted: May 9, 2013
Guitarist/keyboardist Ted Sablay has known the guys in Las Vegas arena rockers the Killers for a few years, having joined them as a touring musician in support of 2006’s Sam’s Town.
Now, as the Killers embark on their North American tour on behalf of their supremely powerful Battle Born, Sablay can still be seen on stage with the Killers playing keys and his (left-handed) guitars.
The Killers’ tour recently ran through Tucson, Ariz., where they appeared at KMFA Day at Kino Stadium with Cake and Bad Religion.
With frontman Brandon Flowers holding the rabid crowd in the palm of his hand, Sablay added depth to the lush anthems the Killers have created over their accomplished career. (more…)
Posted: May 8, 2013
Perhaps that was because of their excellent opener of ”Sleep Alone,” which was the first single off their 2012 album Beacon.
Posted: May 6, 2013
New York-born, Massachusetts-bred singer/songwriter Willy Mason has a busy summer planned, as he will be joining Mumford and Sons on their Gentlemen of the Road festival tour.
Mason came into 2013 on a roll, too, with the December 2012 release of his third album Carry On.
Mason recently stopped by the Gretsch Showroom in London to perform a few songs from that record, and his distinctive voice lends itself well to accompaniment from his Gretsch Electromatic guitar.
Watch Mason perform ”Into Tomorrow” and “I Got Gold” in the videos below and visit his official website for more information.
Posted: April 19, 2013
Allan’s signature blend of country and rock were featured perfectly with his live versions of ”Pieces” and “Every Storm (Runs Out of Rain).”
Check out the clips below and visit Allan’s official website for more information.