Last summer’s release of the hit “Are You Gonna Kiss Me or Not” was Thompson Square’s first big step into the world country music.
Country music cover band Chasin’ Mason played a show at Rooter’s Nightclub in Waukesha on Feb. 26. The band covered several different artists including Jason Aldean, Jimmy Buffet and Keith Urban. Since it was Johnny Cash’s birthday, they threw in a song by the Man in Black.
From med school to the radio waves, Florida band Junior Doctor’s first full-length album is a resounding success.
When Riley Etheridge, Jr. releases “Powder Keg” March 8, it will be his first with Rock Ridge Music.
Benjy Davis Project’s “Sincerely” is the first album release of the year for Rock Ridge Music. “Sincerely,” which came out Jan. 18, is largely a collection of acoustic versions of pre-released songs.
It’s been quite a long four-year wait for Guster fans. Their newest album, “Easy Wonderful,” features a lot of the same melodies and lyrical themes that fans will recognize, but will also be introduced to a lot more electrical instruments and “fa-la-la’s” than what their previous album, “Ganging Up On The Sun,” brought to the table.