Three rivers, two stages, one great event happens at Good People Brewing Co. this Saturday.
It's St. Patricks week, and we would be foolish not to honor our local Irish punk rock band, Jasper Coal.
Martin Sexton arrives back in Birmingham on Thursday, March 16th, to perform in the intimate Workplay Theatre.
One part Stevie Nicks, two parts Joan Jett, newcomer Alabama Rose is coming on to the Birmimgham scene, in a strong way.
Lines in the Sky return to Birmingham on Thursday, March 9th, at The Nick.
Birmingham has always been a breeding ground for raw musical talent. Our Band of the Week: Heath Green & The Makeshifters
Did you feel the ground rumble Saturday night? It wasn't the Arsenal. No worries though, it was just me and a whole lotta friends hitting it hard for "Mayhem in Madison".
Band of the Week: Jesse Payne
This week’s hand-picked featured band is House of Curses. A gloomy yet irresistible metal band from Decatur, HOC is quickly picking up interest from all over.
Mayhem in Madison is a showcase for North Alabama’s best metal & hard rock bands at 11th Frame Live. House of Curses, Vaalbara, Noir, Dark Before Dawn, and FireWater Revival will be featured.
Some artists can not, and should not, be defined. Our Band of the Week is: The Murder of Jane Crow.
The 6 piece power house, Big Something, will hit the stage THIS Friday in Birmingham at WorkPlay.
Blackberry Smoke is on tour, and coming to Iron City on February 4th. The band is supporting their latest album, Like an Arrow, released back in October.
Dark Before Dawn: New front man brings new life to this hard rock band from North Alabama
Cloud Cult's front man, Craig Minowa, stops in to talk about the band's latest album and film, and growing up in Minnesota, ahead of their tour stop at Saturn on January 25th.
Let me start by introducing myself: Hi, my name is Vaiden Jones and I’m a comic from Birmingham, AL. I’m basically just a “kind of funny” guy, living in the Magic City.
Stoned Cobra: Birmingham Stoner Rock at it's Finest!
Our band of the week: GT
Alabama boys, Shallow Side, are set to play Cullman Civic Center on Jan. 13th, with Saving Abel, Beitthemeans, Dark Before Dawn, and Downsouth.