All posts by Aaron Tyler
Iggy Azalea at ACL
She sings, she dances and has backup dancers. Does she have the appeal for a lasting career? Here are some photos from weekend 1 at ACL.
- Posted October 7, 2014
ACL Must See: Paolo Nutini
I was a fan of Paolo Nutini before I saw him perform live at Austin City Limits, yesterday for weekend one, but watching him give it up to a huge, jubilant crowd under the bright October sun...
- Posted October 4, 2014
KISS in Indianapolis Aug. 22, 2014 Reviewed
A few months back, I remember reading about how, despite the infighting among the founding members of KISS, the iconic group announced an ambitious 40th Anniversary tour, along with Def Leppard. I filed it away as potentially...
- Posted August 25, 2014
An Interview with the Wild Feather’s Ricky Young
These days, it seems like everyone wants to be in a band. While us at On Stage certainly don’t want to discourage the making of new music, it’s undeniable that the ease with which one can make...
- Posted July 1, 2014
World Class Prick by the Easthills: Review
Album: World Class Prick Artist: The Easthills Label: Campbell Barada Music Release Date: April 15, 2014 Run Length: 4 tracks – 12:55 Reviewed by Jack Smith You may or may not have realized it...
- Posted May 16, 2014
Big Gigantic – The Night is Young Review
Album: The Night is Young Artist: Big Gigantic (feat. Cherub) Label: Big Gigantic Music Release Date: February 11. 2014 Run Time: 8 Tracks – 35:27 If you’re even marginally involved in the electronic music scene, chances...
- Posted February 20, 2014
Album Review: Matt Schofield – Far As I Can See
Album: Far As I Can See Artist: Matt Schofield Label: Mascot/Provogue Records Release Date: February 18th, 2014 Track Count: 11 songs Reviewed by Jack Smith These days, playing the blues is tough, and not just...
- Posted January 30, 2014
Bare Bones by the Civil Wars – A Review
Yes, yes. There’s no need to adjust your glasses nor consult your optometrist; you read that headline correctly. Despite going on hiatus in November 2012, Nashville folk duo The Civil Wars have released a 6 track EP....
- Posted December 8, 2013
George Jones’ Tribute Concert: Review
Everybody loved George. That refrain, repeated infinitely throughout the night by everyone from the show announcers to fans to Trisha Yearwood, became in a sense the slogan for the evening. It was, after all, the George...
- Posted December 2, 2013
The Easthills Interview
Regular readers of On Stage should remember the Easthills, as we’ve been giving them quite a bit of coverage between our review of their set at WARMfest and a song by song analysis of their album, Death...
- Posted September 10, 2013