Tag Archives: Live Performance
Posted: February 10, 2014
Hard Working Americans is a new supergroup that includes Neal Casal (above) of the Chris Robinson Brotherhood, singer/songwriter Todd Snider, Dave Schools from Widespread Panic and Duane Trucks.
Earlier this year, the band released a self-titled debut album covering 11 tracks by a wide range of well-known artists. As such, the Hard Working Americans recently stopped by the set of Conan to perform a rocking version of “Stomp and Holler,” which was written by country luminary Hayes Carll.
Posted: January 15, 2014
The legendary Cheap Trick’s recent feature performance on Guitar Center Sessions is set to air on Jan. 17 at 9 p.m. ET (10 p.m. PT) on DIRECTV’s Audience Network.
But, fans can get a sneak peek of the episode with a clip of the band playing “Surrender.” Make sure to note Tom Petersson’s incredible 12-string Gretsch White Falcon bass as the band turns in an energetic version of their classic hit.
Posted: December 31, 2013
When Seattle-based artist King Dude recently stopped by the Gretsch Artist Showroom, he put a solo spin on two of his haunting tracks.
The multi-faceted artist’s dark-themed folk is highlighted in these performances of “Watching Over You” and “Lord I’m Coming Home.”
Watch King Dude in action below and visit his official Facebook page for more information.
Posted: December 17, 2013
Fading West offers a behind-the-scenes look at the band as they travel to disparate surfing destinations. The film is also accompanied by an original album of new tracks, including “Who We Are” which saw its way to Leno.
Posted: December 11, 2013
When we caught up with Chicago folk rockers Rivals of the Peacemaker, they performed an excellent version of the track “Let It Rain,” which comes off their recent self-titled album. The Gretsch Roots uke and resonator, played by frontwoman Alex Watson help add to the rootsy feel of the track.
Watch the band in action below and click here for more information.