Watch as Austin, Texas-based roots-rock band Sons of Fathers steam up the Guild Lounge with this rocking performance of “Sons of Fathers.”
A reunited John Mayer Trio enjoyed their first TV performance in nearly five years with an appearance this week on the new Late Night with Seth Meyers.
Mayer, bassist Pino Palladino and drummer Steve Jordan were joined by Chick Corea, Manolo Badrena and Wallace Roney for a jazzy cover of JJ Cale’s “After Midnight.”
Mayer, who recently returned to Twitter after quitting the social media platform in September 2010, sent out this tweet:
“Watched it back and I have to say: cool on the part of @latenightseth to feature 4:30 of a song from the ’70s played mostly instrumental.”
The trio is also working on a new album.
Watch the performance clip below, featuring Mayer on the new Guild American M-75 Patriarch Aristocrat.
When UK singer/songwriter Scott Matthews came by the Artist Showroom in London, he performed this lovely version of “Eyes Wider Than Before,” which appeared on 2006′s Passing Stranger. In the clip, Matthews also shares his thoughts on the Guild F-30 Standard acoustic guitar.
Seattle’s indie folk-rock outfit the Head and the Heart recently took to Late Night with Jimmy Fallon to perform new single “Shake” and “Another Story.” The tracks appear on their upcoming sophomore album Let’s Be Still, due out Oct. 15.
Rolling Stone is now streaming the album in its entirety here.
Irish singer-songwriter Foy Vance couldn’t have been more gracious or entertaining when he came by our Guild Lounge to play his new song “Regarding Your Lover.” The ballad appears on his new album, Joy Of Nothing, out now on Glassnote Records.
For more from Vance, visit foyvance.com.