Australian country act Jetty Road, featuring twin sisters Lee and Paula Bowman and Julian Sammut, recently visited the Guild Lounge at our Artist Showroom in Nashville, Tenn., where they performed a mini acoustic set.
Watch “I’m a Dreamer,” “Serves You Right” and “Sweet Goodbye” below.
In honor of the 20th anniversary of their landmark album Superunknown, grunge rock titans Soundgarden took to The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon on Monday and rocked a few classic tracks in “Spoonman” and “My Wave.”
Watch “Spoonman” below and pick up the 20th-anniversary deluxe edition of Superunknownhere.
With a new album called Are We There coming out earlier this month, Sharon Van Etten recently played a show for WFUV at Rockwood Music Hall in New York City.
One of the definite highlights of the performance was the lead single off Are We There, the laid-back “Every Time the Sun Comes Up,” in which Van Etten sweetly sings about seeing double when the sun peeks over the horizon.
During a spring jaunt through the Netherlands, L.A.-based singer/songwriter Shane Alexander gave an unplugged performance for Mokum Sessions in Amsterdam, playing his haunting new song, “I Will Die Alone.”
When New York-based indie rockers We Are Scientists were recently overseas, they stopped by the Guild Artist Showroom in London to perform a few tracks off fifth studio album TV en Français.
One of those new songs, “Make It Easy,” is a slow burner with a sunny melody when plugged in, but the group puts a great twist on it with this acoustic version. In addition, the guys pulled out the bass-heavy “Dumb Luck.”
Enjoy the performances below and visit We Are Scientists’ official website for a list of upcoming tour dates.