Listen... Listen... LISTEN!
Posted on 07-28-2014 @ 01:37:04PM By ProdJohn
Coming to the Paragon Casino in Marksville!
Posted on 07-28-2014 @ 01:36:00PM By ProdJohn
The Red Stick Summer Concert Series Welcomes:
Posted on 07-28-2014 @ 01:34:56PM By ProdJohn
Coming to Sam's Place in Crowley this August!
Posted on 07-28-2014 @ 01:33:54PM By ProdJohn
Coming to the Cajundome Sept. 15th!
Posted on 07-28-2014 @ 01:32:58PM By ProdJohn
Queens Of The Stone Age News!
Posted on 07-09-2014 @ 09:35:52AM By ProdJohn
Queens Of The Stone Age will finish up their ...Like Clockwork world tour with a big Halloween bash in Los Angeles. The band scheduled an October 31 gig at The Forum in L.A., which will see a headline set from QOTSA with support from former band member Nick Oliveri and his new project, Uncontrollable, as well as The Kills and JD McPherson. The event also will feature "Side Show attractions, Costume Contests and the horrifying Blackout Haunted House," according to the band's website.
Jack White's new singles!
Posted on 07-09-2014 @ 09:34:56AM By ProdJohn
In the lead-up to a new album from The Dead Weather, due in 2015, Jack White is releasing a series of two-song singles. The first installment arrived back in January, and now White has announced the next release. Featuring songs called "Buzzkill(er)" and "It's Just Too Bad," the new 7-inch will be available first as part of the Third Man Records "Vault" subscription series. It will be released digitally at a later date.
Pink Floyd News!
Posted on 07-09-2014 @ 09:33:46AM By ProdJohn
After it was reported yesterday that Pink Floyd will release a new album called The Endless River, the band issued a statement confirming the October release. The brief statement says: "It is an album of mainly ambient and instrumental music based on the 1993/4 Division Bell sessions which feature David Gilmour, Nick Mason and Richard Wright. The album is produced by David Gilmour with Phil Manzanera, Youth and recording engineer Andy Jackson. Work is still in progress, but more details to come at the end of the summer."