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.
Tampa’s indie rockers DieAlps! released a new album today and will play at Birmingham’s Secret Stages Music Festival Saturday. A new lineup means new style and a heavy live performance.
Birmingham’s two-night live music block party returns Aug 4-5! Secret Stages is the city’s prime opportunity to discover new music and see rising bands from around the U.S. It all happens in the Loft District this weekend.
Birmingham is bursting with awesome live music all week, and the Secret Stages music festival returns this weekend!
This Frday, three traveling songwriters will share their music and their stories at Moonlight on the Mountain, Birmingham’s own listening room.
New York’s Swanky Tiger carries on the best parts of ‘80s sleaze and hard rock while forging ahead with the vitality of a modern band. They’ve got guts, a new EP called Mechanical Nightmares, and a date at The Nick on July 26.
Rain or shine, there’s great live music all around the Magic City!