Country star Keith Urban’s new album Fuse edged out Weeknd’s Kiss Land to debut at no. 1 on the Billboard 200.
Prior to his album release, Urban dropped by WSJ Café for an acoustic performance of “Little Bit of Everything.” Watch Urban in action with his Guild Orpheum below, and click here to order his latest effort.
Since the release of their pop-rock gem When It Was Now in early 2013, Australia’s Atlas Genius has garnered accolades around the world.
The band has made capacity crowds dance along with their catchy anthems in small clubs and big festivals. But when frontman Keith Jeffery stopped by the Guild Lounge to perform their latest single “If So,” it was not the fast-paced mover that they typically play live. Instead, Jeffery grabbed a Guild 12-string guitar and slowed down the tempo, creating a dreamy way to enjoy the song.
Watch Jeffery in action below and visit Atlas Genius’ official website for more information.
Doyle Bramhall II has been on tour with Eric Clapton’s band on a series of dates throughout the United States and Europe this year, and that road recently ran through New York for Clapton’s Crossroads Guitar Festival.
Bramhall actually took the stage for a solo performance on a Guild 12-string guitar, which he played upside down.