Posts tagged multi-instrumentalist
Native Tongue Tour with SWITCHFOOT

SWITCHFOOT is a Christian Alternative Rock band from San Diego, California. Made up by Jon Foreman as lead vocals, Tim Foreman on bass guitar and backing vocals, Jerome Fontamillas and Drew Shirley on guitar and Chad Butler on drums. After an early success within their career, SWITCHFOOT gained their first mainstream recognition by contributing four songs the movie soundtrack, “A Walk to Remember.” This recognition led the band into receiving their first major record deal that led to their debut album, “The Beautiful Letdown” which featured their overall top hits “Meant To Live” and “Dare You To Move” and selling over 2.6 Million records. “Hello Hurricane” was their seventh album that received a Grammy award in 2011 for the Best Rock/Rap Gospel Album.

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Lilac Kings: Artists on the Rise

Moderation within itself can be deceptively complex. But when you find balance, everything can fall into place with a somewhat intrinsic harmony.

Cue Lilac Kings, an up-and-coming Tulsa-based outfit who’ve clearly run with this sentiment and elevated it to new heights.

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Japanese Breakfast captivate Miami at their debut show

Japanese Breakfast, the solo project of Korean-American musician, Michelle Zauner, played their first Miami show in the Wynwood Arts District.

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Straight From France and into my Heart: French Kiwi Juice the One Man Band

FKJ, born Vincent Fenton, is a French multi-instrumentalist; in other words he’s a one-man band. His style of music is unique to the electronic genre in that it has heavy organic instrumental elements including profound saxophone solos and accompaniment on the keyboard. At times FKJ’s music is reminiscent of an underground Paris club with everyone dancing and swaying to the beats, and at other times it evokes a beautiful Parisian café with a lovely saxophonist playing in the background as you’re sipping a latte.

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