Tag: The Revivalists

Weekend Showcase 4.30

Weekend Showcase 4.30

The Weekend Showcase 4.30 edition is another doozy, featuring plenty of summertime fare. Thirty-nine (39) songs are on the mega-playlist, featuring artists and band representing 9 countries. They come from: Australia, Canada, Cuba, England, Germany, Italy, Mexico, Sweden, and the United States. The playlist and tracklisting, as usual, follows the list of articles from the past week. The SoundCloud version […]

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The Matinee ’18 August 3rd

The Matinee ’18 August 3rd

It’s Friday, so it’s time for some upbeat and raucous fare, which fills up The Matinee ’18 August 3rd edition. Let’s get rocking and rolling! Don’t forget to check back tomorrow for our Weekend Playlist which includes all of the awesome new tunes from this week. Baked – “A Hartlett Anthem” (Brooklyn, USA)  RIYL: Dinosaur Jr., Pavement, Pixies Most […]

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Madeon

RBC Bluesfest 2016 – First Half Review

For the first time in the history of the RBC Bluesfest, a two-day break has been provided. In some respect, it is disappointing to not be heading out to the grounds of the War Museum and anticipating hearing a new artists. At the same time, the two days allows everyone to recharge their batteries, get errands done (like wash the […]

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RBC Bluesfest July 8th Picks

RBC Bluesfest July 8th Picks

There will probably be a huge flock of people descending upon the City Stage to catch Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds with many likely there to hear what might he say during the show and whether he and his band will break out a few, classic, Oasis tunes. There are, however, plenty of other acts to catch this evening.   […]

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The Revivalists – “Keep Going”

The Revivalists – “Keep Going”

  Formed back in 2007, The Revivalists have established a loyal following over the years, much of it derived from their energetic live shows. Like many bands, they hit the festival circuit hard early on and continue to do so, especially around their hometown of New Orleans. Their music, too, also drew people in. On one song, they could be […]

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