Nashville-based singer/songwriter Hailey Steele has appeared on The Voice and The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, but we were lucky enough to get some time with her in the Guild Lounge.
While there, Steele teamed up with bassist Annie Clements (Sugarland, Amos Lee) to play a few songs on her upcoming solo album. Clements’ dad Cranston Clements, a well-known guitarist in New Orleans, also pitches in one song.
Watch Steele and Clements perform “Lazy River,” Somebody Else” and “How Much Can One Take” in the clips below.
Midlake’s 2013 album Antiphon was a challenge to make.
The Texas-based low-fi band lost its lead singer in 2012, and they had to ditch two years of work and start over with guitarist Eric Pulido on vocals. What came out of that was a gem of ethereal rockers that can easily lull the listener into a trance.
Late last year, Midlake got the chance to stop by the St. Louis studios of KDHX to play a few of their new tracks. Watch acoustic performances of “Antiphon” and “It’s Going Down” after the jump and listen to their full set here. Continue reading →
Neal Casal has worked with Ryan Adams and the Cardinals and the Chris Robinson Brotherhood, but he also boasts a prolific solo career, having released his first solo album in 1995.
When Casal recently stopped in the Guild Lounge with artist Lauren Barth, he touched on two different periods of his solo catalog, performing the tracks “Need Shelter” from 2011′s Sweeten the Distance and “Too Much to Ask” from 2001′s Anytime Tomorrow.
Watch Casal and Barth below and visit his official website for more information.