“He sang the harmony of the song and played some Weissenborn slide guitar. That was really neat, to think that we’ve known each other for almost 15 years now.”
“Even when life isn’t always easy, it’s just nicer when you have somebody you can share it with,” he said.
“From what I hear, I sound like I’m in a good place on this album,” he joked this week in an exclusive interview.
Although Mumford & Sons bassist Ted Dwane was released from the hospital yesterday after emergency surgery for a blood clot on his brain, he will not be able to perform this weekend at Bonnaroo, thus forcing the band to cancel.
Jack Johnson will release his upcoming album, ‘From Here to Now to You,’ September 17. It will feature his new single “I Got You,” which he premiered on his official site over the weekend.
Ben Howard may not be a household name just yet, but a big tour with Mumford & Sons, two BRIT Awards for Best Male Solo Artist and British Breakthrough Act and a slot at this […]
Ben Howard may be opening for Mumford & Sons in America but that wasn’t always the case. In fact, it was the opposite. While touring in the U.K. years ago, Mumford & Sons opened for […]
Karmin, Florence + the Machine, Dave Matthews, Jack Johnson and more come together with shark facts and great songs.
Summer is officially here and with that so is the heat. Here are 10 tracks to keep you cool when the temperature proves unbearable.
When the Kindle came out, many of us bookworms were proclaiming “Long live the brick-and-mortar bookstore.” We never thought bookstores would go the same way as record stores, but alas, it seems they are well […]