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De’Wayne Jackson grew up in Spring, Texas, before finding his way to Los Angeles. There, he crafted a unique blend of musical influence and style from R&B to indie rock resulting in a smooth bed…
Winter 2018 touring news from Keller Williams, plus SweetWater 420 Fest headliner updates.
All Our Exes Live in Texas is the collaboration of four of the best singer-songwriters from Sydney, Australia -- Elana Stone, Katie Wighton, Hannah Crofts and Georgia Mooney. Their talents combine beautifully with four-part harmonies around mandolin, ukulele, accordion, and guitar and while their music certainly has some sweet subtleties, there’s nothing soft about the band’s vibe, which tends toward badasserie. We caught up with them on their recent trip to New York City for this intimate performance in Prospect Park, Brooklyn. When We Fall, the debut album from All Our Exes Live In Texas, is available now.
Thanksgiving announcements from Lettuce, Railroad, Keller Williams and more.
Domino Kirke has returned. Her music career began early when she was “discovered” at just 17 and over the years she’s taken several turns through various projects and genres that have ultimately led to her current endeavor and a new record.  Her first release in 5 years -- and first under her own name -- it arrives with a heavy dose of inspiration from her friend and musical collaborator, Luke Temple. It’s worth noting that Domino comes from quite a unique family of talented folks: her father is the drummer from Free and Bad Company, her mother runs a SoHo boutique, and her sisters Jemima and Lola are both successful actresses. Domino stopped by Serious Business Music in DUMBO, Brooklyn, with guitarist Jen Turner to share this intimate take on some of her new music.
Domino Kirke has returned. Her music career began early when she was “discovered” at just 17 and over the years she’s taken several turns through various projects and genres that have ultimately led to her current endeavor and a new record. Her first release in 5 years -- and first under her own name -- it arrives with a heavy dose of inspiration from her friend and musical collaborator, Luke Temple. It’s worth noting that Domino comes from quite a unique family of talented folks: her father is the drummer from Free and Bad Company, her mother runs a SoHo boutique, and her sisters Jemima and Lola are both successful actresses. Domino stopped by Serious Business Music in DUMBO, Brooklyn, with guitarist Jen Turner to share this intimate take on some of her new music. Domino Kirke’s Beyond Waves is available now. Listen to the audio podcast for more music and interview.
De’Wayne Jackson grew up in Spring, Texas, before finding his way to Los Angeles. There, he crafted a unique blend of musical influence and style from R&B to indie rock resulting in a smooth bed for his poetic style. In this unique session, he brought his rich vocal style, accompanied by just an acoustic guitar, to Serious Business Music in DUMBO, Brooklyn. De’Wayne Jackson’s debut EP, Don’t Be Afraid, is available now. Listen to the audio podcast for more music and interview.
De’Wayne Jackson grew up in Spring, Texas, before finding his way to Los Angeles. There, he crafted a unique blend of musical influence and style from R&B to indie rock resulting in a smooth bed for his poetic style. In this unique session, he brought his rich vocal style, accompanied by just an acoustic guitar, to Serious Business Music in DUMBO, Brooklyn. De’Wayne Jackson’s debut EP, Don’t Be Afraid, is available now.
Bluegrass, jamgrass, and general strings music in the jam band scene is the focus of this week’s episode.
Acoustic Reggae Vibes! - It's Patrice and Jahcoustix on DJ Drew's Reggae Hour on BTR
Brian Chillemi is a Brooklyn musician known for his garage rock work in the bands Junk Boys and Organs. CHILLEMI is his acoustic, folk solo project, floating very much in a Dylanesque realm. Brian joined us for this intimate session at Serious Business Music in DUMBO, Brooklyn to show us how it’s done. CHILLEMI’s I Went To Town EP is available now.    
Brian Chillemi is a Brooklyn musician known for his garage rock work in the bands Junk Boys and Organs. CHILLEMI is his acoustic, folk solo project, floating very much in a Dylanesque realm. Brian joined us for this intimate session at Serious Business Music in DUMBO, Brooklyn to show us how it’s done. CHILLEMI’s I Went To Town EP is available now. Listen to the audio podcast for more music and interview.
3-track spotlight on the new album from Lucy Woodward, “Til They Bang On The Door,” out now.
Enter the Listening Booth this week for a spin of the new album by Foxygen, electro crossover alt with Jeen., and acoustic from Lila Blue!
Checking out the new album from Keller Williams’ latest ensemble, KWahtro. “Sync” is out now and we have a 3-track spotlight.

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