When Texas rocker Alejandro Escovedo stopped by the Guild Lounge, he performed a pair of tracks off 2012′s Big Station. Watch “San Antonio Rain” and “Man of the World” below.
Kansas-based six-piece band Quiet Corral brought out some incredible harmonies on this version of “Where the River Ends” when they stopped by the Guild Lounge.
Check out their performance below and visit Quiet Corral’s official Facebook page to keep up with the guys.
When Sublime with Rome singer Rome Ramirez stopped by the Guild Lounge, he played an acoustic version of his song “Oz of Love” from his 2012 debut EP Dedication.
Check out the performance below and visit Rome’s official website for more information.
The fingerstyle legend played “A Call to Freedom,” and then was joined by son Caleb on “Bridging the Gap.”
Watch both after the jump and visit his official website for more information.
When Lucero stopped by the Guild Lounge, they were kind enough to play “Juniper” and “Who You Waiting On?” off their 2012 album Women & Work.
Watch both performances after the jump. Continue reading
When Texas rockers Electric Touch stopped by the Guild Lounge, they offered up two tracks off their 2012 album Never Look Back. Continue reading
Hayley recently stopped by the Guild Lounge to perform “Nothing To Me” on her acoustic guitar. Continue reading
Minneapolis-based indie rockers Now, Now recently stopped by the Guild Lounge to perform two tracks off their 2012 album Threads. Continue reading
During their recent appearance at the Austin City Limits music festival, British indie rockers Bombay Bicycle Club stopped by the Guild Lounge to play a stripped-down version of “Shuffle,” the hit single off 2011′s A Different Kind of Fix. Continue reading
With their fourth album Enjoy the Company coming out earlier this month, the Whigs stopped by the Guild Lounge at the Austin City Limits music festival to perform their latest single, “Waiting.” Continue reading