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DoYouHarTheMusic.com – July Oh My! 2017 playlist

24 Jul

Click play and crank it to 11. I know it’s the end of the month and I have been sitting on this DoYouHearTheMusic.com playlist for sometime but at least the wait allowed for a few more summery gems to wind up on this playlist. Hopefully this mix let’s you listen to some new music from familiar names and discover new tunes from your soon to be favorite artists.

Peace + Love + Music

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RIP Butch Trucks

25 Jan

Sad day to learn of the passing of Butch Trucks, original drummer of the legendary Allman Brothers Band. This one stings a bit more as ABB are one of my favorite bands and nothing will take away from that first time I got to see them play in 1999 at Mesa Amphitheater in Arizona.  The band like many of their songs (including my #1 song) stick with us on a daily basis. Legendary band, legendary songs, legends of music. You will be missed, Butch, rest easy.

 

New Music: Dead Man Winter – “Red Wing, Blue Wing”

13 Jan

Trampled by Turtles fans listen up and give a listen to Dead Man Winter aka TBT frontman Dave Simonett. Click play below to listen to “Red Wing, Blue Wing” off his upcoming album, Furnace, set for release on January 27. More words and tour dates from Rolling Stone can be found HERE.

 

NEW MUSIC: ROYAL BLOOD – “Where Are You Now”

4 Apr

Everyone’s favorite rockers of 2015 are back again and this time with a new track used in the HBO series, Vinyl. Give a listen below to Royal Blood’s “Where Are You Now” and get ready to nod your head up and down. Rock on, friends!

R.I.P Phife Dawg

23 Mar

These are getting really sad to keep writing in 2016. Gone way too young, R.I.P. Phife Dawg.

My love of hip-hop I can say was sprouted from listening to A Tribe Called Quest. Sure there were others too but there was always something about ATCQ, a realness and authenticity. Like other groups, they had their issues and eventually disbanded (and got back together on special occasions, lastly I believe in Nov. 2015 on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon) but together, they were simply the best.

“You on point, Tip?”

“All the time, Phife.”

New Music: Big Gigantic – “The Little Things”

2 Mar

New music from Big Gigantic. Give a listen and then head over to biggigantic.net to download the track for free!

Words from Billboard, HERE.

 

Ray LaMontagne + some friends (My Morning Jacket) are coming to Vegas! September 16!

1 Mar

Vegas, time to wake up, set your alarm and make sure you get tickets to see the man, Ray LaMontagne, on September 16 at the Pearl at Palms. Normally I wouldn’t be this excited about a show (okay, who are we kidding, I freaking love Ray LaMontagne) but this one is going to be a special one as LaMontagne will be joined by his backing band consisting of Tommy Blankenship, Carl Broemel, Bo Koster, and Patrick Hallahan … aka the gents from My Morning Jacket (another band I love) minus Jim James. As a music fan you have to be salivating at the prospect of what this show will be like! Add in that the Pearl’s acoustics are off the charts amazing and that this is a big underplay and you have something special.
Tickets go on-sale Friday, March 4th at noon.

 

New Music: The Lumineers – “Ophelia”

5 Feb

The wait is over, new music from The Lumineers!  Four years since their debut album brings “Ophelia,” the first track off the forthcoming Cleopatra which is due out April 8.

RIP Maurice White

4 Feb

I still can’t accept that musicians seem to be dropping like flies this year. Crazy and sad but there has to be something to be done in their honor and that is celebrate their lives and the music they gifted us. This one, this one strikes me in a whole different way, I grew up listening to Earth, Wind & Fire because of my parents. They were a staple on rotation in the car, on reel to reel, cassette to CD to iPod, etc., really for my whole life thanks to my parents (and where I get my music tastes from) and this one hits us hard as a family but we’ll raise a glass, crank up the stereo and pay respect to Maurice White. Your music and place in history will never be forgotten. Now go enjoy that amazing concert that’s happening in a far, far away place!

via Rolling Stone, Remembering Glenn Frey: Cameron Crowe on Eagles’ Teen King

21 Jan

2016 has taken quite the musical legends thus far and I encourage anyone who’s a fan of Glenn Frey, The Eagles, Almost Famous, Fast Times at Ridgemont High, etc. to read THIS piece Cameron Crowe penned about his history with Frey. It’s short, quick and perfect. Enjoy!

On a personal note. Thank you, Cameron Crowe, thank you. Ever since I read his foreword for Ben Fong-Torres’ book, Not Fade Away (which is an amazing read), I have been hooked. I’m enamored with Cameron Crow, the true rock star.