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.
When singer/songwriter Scott Matthews recently visited the Guild Lounge, he played a brand new song called “Virginia” and the title track off his 2009 album Elsewhere. In both clips, Matthews is playing a new Guild Orpheum Jumbo.
Watch both performances below and visit Matthews’ website for more information.
At a recent Band of Horses show in Nashville, the group stripped down one of their biggest hits, “No One’s Gonna Love You,” with frontman Ben Bridwell’s memorable voice highlighted by guitarist Tyler Ramsey’s subtle strumming.
Ramsey, who also performs as a solo artist, decided to take out his Guild guitar for the performance, which can be seen in fan-shot footage below.
When Seattle singer/songwriter Noah Gundersen stopped by the Guild Airstream, he played “Dying Now,” a darkly sweet song about life and death.
“Dying Now” was recorded as part of last year’s Protosong project, which is a charity event that let fans donate what they want for a playlist of 21 exclusive songs. Seventy percent of the proceeds from the event went to acquire clean water to those who need it most, while the rest went to the artists.
As for Gundersen, he currently has several dates scheduled through April with the To Write Love on Her Arms Heavy and Light tour. Heavy and Light is an evening of hope that looks to encourage people through great music and powerful words, to stay alive and to get the help they need. Continue reading →