The Birmingham-based band has been together for just over a year, but as their place on the SlossFest lineup shows, they’re already attracting major attention.
Jessica Maros talks moving through music scenes and the process behind her band’s latest album, 'Walking with a Stranger.'
On their upcoming second album, the band behind “Gooey” move from peanut butter vibes to something more complex.
Thirty years on, the Oklahoma-based band of “weirdos” continues to evolve and push against the boundaries of what music can be.
The ‘Tenth of December’ writer will sign copies of upcoming novel, ‘Lincoln in the Bardo,’ at the Alabama Booksmith.
The singer-songwriter performs at the Common House on Saturday, July 9.
A display at the Birmingham Museum of Art features a dyeing technique that ties much of the world together.
A team of muralists takes vibrant swipes at city buildings to breathe life into downtown.
The Americana singer-songwriter brings his music to Saturn on Thursday, June 30.
The Nashville-based songwriter discusses his first album, having his music on TV, and the time Thom Yorke gave him a stick of gum.
The band talk about their storied history with Birmingham ahead of their Friday night WorkPlay show.
The band behind “Wagon Wheel” sets out to reshape country music.
The husband-and-wife duo come to Seeds Coffee on Saturday, June 18.
The Zmed brothers pay homage to the pop music pioneers.
The Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job! co-creator challenges audiences — and himself — with his stand-up routine and Bedtime Stories.