Alabama Shakes perform onstage during The 58th GRAMMY Awards at Staples Center on Feb. 15, 2016 in Los Angeles

Alabama Shakes Announces Summer 2016 Tour Dates with Dawes After Big Grammy Wins

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Fresh off three Grammy wins, Alabama Shakes have announced summer 2016 tour dates. On Tuesday (Feb. 16), just one day after dominating the rock categories at music's biggest night, the "Don't Wanna Fight" band has revealed eight new North American shows.READ MORE

The Weeknd performs onstage during the 2015 American Music Awards

25 Best Songs 2015: The Weeknd, Drake, Justin Bieber, Kendrick Lamar & More

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Among your “Pretty Girls” and Vine stars, you had real gems in 2015. From some surprise pop breakthroughs from the likes of Jason Derulo and The Weeknd to touching indie songs from Braids and Sufjan Stevens and some of the most fiery rap in years from Kendrick Lamar and Kanye West, this year was not wanting for great songs.READ MORE

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Dawes, Keyboardist Tay Strathairn Part Ways in Middle of Tour

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Dawes may have just released the new single and music video for "All Your Favorite Bands," in which the California rockers hope for their beloved that "all your favorite bands stay together," but that doesn't mean all will stay the same for them. On Wednesday (Sept. 30), Dawes announced that keyboard player Ty Strathairn have parted ways.READ MORE


Dawes Gathers 'All Your Favorite Bands,' Brandon Flowers, Conor Oberst & more on Music Video

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Dawes' heartwarming song about lasting friendships, "All Your Favorite Bands," is the title track off the group's 2015 album, now has an equally cute music video to match the songs' content.READ MORE

Dawes at Hangout 2014 (credit: Nick Snyder)

Dawes Announce New 2015 Tour Dates After 'All Your Favorite Bands' Release

Buzz 20:21PM EDT

Los Angeles-based rock/folk band Dawes are going for broke in 2015. The foursome released their fourth studio album All Your Favorite Bands on June 2 and after a flurry of various media appearances on radio across the country, have geared up to for an expansive four-month tour that will take them all over North America and Europe.READ MORE

Taylor Goldsmith of Dawes

Stream: Dawes' New Album 'All Your Favorite Bands' Online Ahead of Planned Release

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There are still a week and a day to go until Dawes' new album All Your Favorite Bands arrives in stores, but fans of the "Things Happen" band can now enjoy the follow-up to 2013's Stories Don't End now.READ MORE


Listen to Dawes' New Song "Right on Time" from 'All Your Favorite Bands'

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Dawes is getting ready to release its fourth studio album, All Your Favorite Bands, which is due out June 2. So far the band has given fans a taste of the effort with lead single "Things Happen," and now they've moved on to the LP's eighth track, "Right on Time."READ MORE

Taylor Goldsmith of Dawes

Dawes Perform 'Things Happen' on 'The Late Show' as David Letterman Joins the Band

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For Dawes, sometimes "Things Happen," and last night (April 22) that thing was a performance on one of the final episodes of The Late Show with David Letterman. Ahead of its new album All Your Favorite Bands, the Los Angeles rockers took the stage on CBS to play for Letterman, who had only glowing things to say.READ MORE

Taylor Goldsmith of Dawes

Dawes Announce New Album 'All Your Favorite Bands,' Release Song & Music Video "Things Happen"

Buzz 14:05PM EDT

According to Dawes, "Things Happen." And now the Los Angeles rockers are exploring that idea in a new single. Today (April 6), Dawes announced that it will be following up its 2013 album Stories Don't End with a new LP, All Your Favorite Bands.READ MORE

No Doubt

No Doubt, The Killers & Zac Brown Band Lead Lineup for San Diego's Kaaboo Festival

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It seems like every city is trying to get in on the festival game these days, so why not San Diego? Today (Feb. 23), a new multi-day musical extravaganza the Kaaboo Festival was announced and the inaugural lineup includes some of the best players from every genre, including No Doubt, Zac Brown Band and The Killers.READ MORE

Jenny Lewis

Ryan Adams, Jenny Lewis Perform on 'Austin City Limits' with "Stay with Me" and "Just One of the Guys" [WATCH]

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Ryan Adams and Jenny Lewis performed on the PBS series "Austin City Limits" Saturday, Jan. 24, kicking off the show's 40th season. While Adams's set spanned recordings from 2002 until last year ("Stay with Me"), Lewis relied heavily on her recent "The Voyager" LP with tunes like "Just One of the Guys." Some welcome surprises were Adams doing "When Summer Ends" from 2014's "1984" EP and Lewis digging into Rilo Kiley's "Silver Lining," "Consequence of Sound" noted.READ MORE

Deer Tick

Deer Tick Cover 'Meet the Beatles!' in Its Entirety at Brooklyn Bowl with Taylor Goldsmith and Tommy Stinson [WATCH]

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The rambunctious boys of Deer Tick decided to celebrate their 10th anniversary in style, forgoing a straightforward celebration and opting for shows where they play covers by their favorite artists. The band kicked things off the day after Christmas with NRBQ's "Tiddlywinks" followed by Lou Reed's "Transformer." They used the midpoint of their Brooklyn Bowl residency to pay homage to The Beatles by playing the group's second record, "Meet the Beatles!," with the help of Tommy Stinson of The Replacements, Taylor Goldsmith of Dawes and James Felice of The Felice Brothers. "Rolling Stone" reviewed the gig, which had John McCauley screaming on classics like "It Won't Be Long" and "Till There Was You." Goldsmith joined in on "Don't Bother Me," Felice busted out the accordion on "Little Child," and Stinson hit the stage for what had to be a rowdy version of "I Wanna Be Your Man." Check out some of the videos below.READ MORE

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Rhiannon Giddens Sings Bob Dylan's 'Spanish Mary' in Lyric Video, from 'New Basement Tapes' Album [WATCH]

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On Nov. 11, an album of lost Bob Dylan lyrics set to new music, titled "Lost on the River: The New Basement Tapes," will be released and feature Elvis Costello, Marcus Mumford, Jim James of My Morning Jacket, Taylor Goldsmith of Dawes and Rhiannon Giddens of Carolina Chocolate Drops. Today, the lyric video for one of the album's songs, "Spanish Mary," was sung by Giddens and released. You can check it out below.READ MORE

Conor Oberst

Live Review: Conor Oberst, Dawes Get Folky and Full in New York City's Central Park with Career-Spanning Setlist

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As the sun set in New York City's Central Park last night (July 29), singer-songwriter Conor Oberst was talking about cannibalism and the looming demise of humankind. "This song is about when all the water and oil runs out and we turn into cannibals. It's not that far away," the frontman warned the sizable and enthusiastic crowd before easing into the Bright Eyes track "No One Would Riot For Less."READ MORE

Conor Oberst

WATCH: Conor Oberst, Dawes Perform 'Hundreds Of Ways' on 'Letterman' [VIDEO]

Genres 17:02PM EDT

As if performances from Jenny Lewis and Beck didn't inject enough indie rock into your nighttime schedule last night (July 28), The Late Show with David Letterman got a dose of Conor Oberst. With the backing of his tourmates/bandmates Dawes, the Bright Eyes frontman performed his Upside Down Mountain single "Hundreds Of Ways."READ MORE

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