With gritty country and soul reminiscent of Exile on Main St, the Lukas Nelson roll into Saturn this Friday on their high-energy tour.
On October 19, 2016, Chris Porter died in a van crash on his way to a show. One year later, his LP has been released: Don’t Go Baby It’s Gonna Get Weird Without You.
The fourth annual Pickin’ in the Park is this Sunday at 10 a.m. It’s an open jam for musicians of all skills and fortes, so come pick, strum, and sing to your heart’s content.
Three vastly different musical backgrounds convened in New Orleans to form this eclectic trio. Get to know the musicians before their show at Oasis this Wednesday.
Their improvisational expertise has taken them to Bonnaroo and back. Morning Teleportation plays Saturn this Saturday, bringing psychedelic jams, indie rock, and even some jazz to the space-age stage.
Birmingham is home to a fine music scene. We have incredible live acts all week, and a few open mic opportunities as well.
Part noise pop, part performance art, A Place Both Wonderful and Strange explore the dark and mysterious through their composition and delivery. Drawing inspiration from the work of director David Lynch, the metaphysical artists come to The Nick on August 15.
Birmingham has so much great music this week: singing, songwriting, jazz, rock, hip-hop, even open mics if you want to make some music yourself.
Counting Crows play at Oak Mountain Amphitheater with Matchbox Twenty tonight. Ahead of the show, singer Adam Duritz spoke about show, the net’s impact on music, touring health, and ties to Birmingham.
Pictured: Alabama Rose play their hearts out at Secret Stages.