Posts Tagged ‘guitar’

Rock band, Doyle’s highly-anticipated U.S. tour began this week. The “Annihilate America Tour”, featuring headliners Doyle (which is Doyle Wolfgang Von Frankenstein on guitar, Alex Wolfman Story on vocals, Anthony “Tiny” Biuso on drums, and Left Hand Graham on bass), begins in Rochester, NY and tours through the U.S. f…

– By Austin Reed – “PUSH PLAY” Sure, snagging the Best Label nod from the 2013 Dallas Observer Music Awards back in November probably carried with it a little much-deserved pomp and circumstance. But the folks over at Hand Drawn Records have since acted relatively unphased. Which is weird. At the moment, they’re hummin…

Hand Drawn Records. A Compilation. Volume 3. Live Studio Session at Big Acre Sound (Copper Canyon, TX) – Words by Michal Elizabeth Smith // Photos by Ronnie Jackson – John Earle Mainord charmed the ears of many with his transcending vocals and humbling story. Maindord’s amiable personality combined with his distinguish…

Hand Drawn Records. A Compilation. Volume 3. Live Studio Session at Big Acre Sound (Copper Canyon, TX) – Words by Michal Elizabeth Smith // Photos by Ronnie Jackson – Owner of Big Acre Sound, as well as session engineer, Andrew Tinker affably lent his studio space to Hand Drawn Records for the tracking of their third c…

Verizon Theater (Grand Prairie, TX) – Words by Jordan Buford // Photos by James Villa – There’s one thing every music lover can agree on, and is that Jimi Hendrix was a guitar god, and most likely the best that ever has or ever will live. It would have been great if he were still alive today, and there’s no telling wha…

– Words by James Schultz – In the coming weeks we’ll be highlighting varied artists performing at Hand Drawn Records inaugural “Not-South By” showcase. First up, Arlington’s Bad Mountain. Bad Mountain is the solo project of The Roaming Soldiers guitarist, Jesse Anderson. The southern-fried act is brimming with a vintag…

ON TOUR // SOLD OUT Trees (Dallas, TX) – Photos by James Villa –

– By Dustin Blocker – “PUSH PLAY” Where to begin about Bruce Springsteen and his E Street Band’s 18th studio record, High Hopes? Let’s break it down one at a time: There are bagpipes, synthesizers, 80’s saxophone, Gospel choirs and feral lead guitar (courtesy Rage Against the Machine’s Tom Morello). It also includes so…