Charlie Faye & The Fayettes are bringing back the 60’s girl group in a fresh and fun new way. That’s not to say that this girl-trio, which is composed of Charlie Faye, BettySoo and Akina Adderley, doesn’t stay true to the classic soul pop sound.
Riders Against the Storm (RAS) will be preforming on June 7th alongside Oxymorrons at 3TEN ACL LIVE. Doors open at 8 p.m., and admission is $12. The show comes at the tail end of their tour this June.
RAS is pure soulfulness. Composed of husband and wife duo, Chaka and Qi Dada, these two are making waves in the local music scene with their upbeat hip-hop rhymes.
Hooka Hey mixes a heavy blues growl with the thrash of rock n’ roll to bring something unique to Austin’s indie music scene. Their one of a kind sound can only be matched by their style–something their music videos are a testament to–displaying the sex and booze vibe that percolates your mind as you watch them perform.
The Health Alliance for Austin Musicians (HAAM) is one of the many non-profit organizations in Austin that fights for musicians’ rights. Many of these non-profits offer a large variety of services.
As of April, Austin now has a new outlet for women of color to share their art and express themselves. The Coloured Collective is a bi-weekly podcast that aims to showcase the art and creative pursuits of the talented ladies of color that live in this city.
Ethan Boley is the eldest sibling and the main vocalist and guitarist for the band The Boleys. Emma Boley, the drummer, and Jovian Boley, the bassist, complete the band as a sibling powerhouse of rock music. They play all original songs and their style is influenced by bands like the Tool, Nirvana and the Beatles.
Tomorrow is the big day. That’s right, it’s the one year anniversary of Easter 2015! All joking aside, tomorrow is April 20, a day infamous for its parties and associated shenanigans, as well as being the eve of National Surprise Drug Test Day.