Les Sages – Touring Acoustic and Being a Family Band

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Last Saturday night Les Sages performed at Sammy’s Café in Rexburg, ID. One of the band members, Joseph Larsen, served his mission in my home ward. After my own mission and connecting with him via facebook he sent me a link to his band’s web page (www.lessages.com) and I downloaded their album “Share This.” I liked it a lot, especially the tracks Nomads, The League War, and Red Lights.

The most interesting thing about Les Sages is that they are a family band made up of four brothers and one sister. Right now they perform without their sister because she joined a Canadian Rugby team. However the Larsen brothers still put on a great show with great energy and musical talent without her. Continue reading “Les Sages – Touring Acoustic and Being a Family Band”

Les Sages – Touring Acoustic and Being a Family Band

“Teach Me How To Jimmer” official video

Young Sim sent this to me two days ago and put it up on YouTube yesterday.  Within a day it’s gotten tens of thousands of views.  I give you “Teach Me How To Jimmer” by the Feel Good Music Coalition, featuring Quinn, Kai, Kalin, Definit and Young Sim, and edited by Nic Goodfellow.

“Teach Me How To Jimmer” official video

The Neighbors – “I Wanna Know” video

I just got a message from Adam Kaiser, who said that The Neighbors have just shot their first music video. This one’s a live performance of their song “I Wanna Know” and it’s a ton of fun. Directed by Brent Geisler, shot and cut by Alan Lucchetti, produced by Marcie Gibboney & Kelly King. I really want to see these guys live one day.

The Neighbors – “I Wanna Know” video

Robert Plant covers Low on newest album

Fans of Low might be surprised to hear that two Low songs, “Silver Rider” and “Monkey”, have appeared on Robert Plant’s newest solo album Band of Joy.  “Monkey” happens to be one of my favorites actually.  I haven’t heard the covers but it is definitely exciting.  Who knew that Robert Plant was a Low fan?

I am sure you’re all wondering how the Led Zeppelin singer interpreted such a signature Sparhawk/Parker song, here’s a fan video of the song being performed on Plant’s recent tour: Continue reading “Robert Plant covers Low on newest album”

Robert Plant covers Low on newest album