"The band’s third album, Howl, is a gritty and vulnerable album of R&B cuts that sound like a gritty soul take on Ryan Adams’ Heartbreaker."
Have a listen, read the full interview and check out an in studio performance of Awake from their last album Want More filmed when the band stopped by last year.
Q: What's better than Luke Winslow-King performing with his awesome band?
A: Not much. But definitely Luke Winslow-King performing with his awesome band on a horse and carriage driving through the French Quarter in New Orleans!
If THIS VIDEO from the Bloody Sunday Sessions doesn't charm you and brighten your day, you have a heart of tar.
Firecat Projects will be featuring Austin-based gallery, Yard Dog, and a collection of their “best of” works on Saturday, June 8 from 5-8PM, followed by a musical performance by the WACO BROTHERS at Fitzgerald’s in Berwyn, IL. at 9PM.
Firecat will be presenting Yard Dog art gallery and a showcase of 7 folk artists including two Chicago locals, Tony Fitzpatrick and Jon Langford. Other headliners will include Kurt Herrmann, Mike Egan, Camp Bosworth, and Bill Miller.
A pre-showing of the work will be made viewable to the public on Tuesday, June 4.
Firecat’s doors will open at 5PM with food and hors d’oeuvres provided by Red Door. There will be an option to purchase wine or beer, provided by 3 Floyds Brewing and Red & White Wines Chicago.
Firecat is located at 2124 North Damen, Chicago, IL.
For more information, call (773) 342-5381, visit their website at firecatprojects.org, or email them at FirecatProjects@gmail.com.