Scott Stapp of Creed announced the first month of his summer Survivor Tour. Check out the dates below and catch him in a city near you!
Tulip is a Texas-based metal band. They have a unique twist in their sound, bridging classic metal elements with melodic and symphonic aspects blended in.
Colorado-based post-hardcore band Tigerwine is one of the newest bands signed to Tooth & Nail Records. The announcement was made on March 20, and along with that came the release of Tigerwine's first single with the label, "Black Water."
Bayless has released their acoustic version of single "No More Suffering" to all digital platforms, including Spotify and Apple Music.
The Protest has gotten creative with their unexpected time off the road, releasing a special t-shirt to fund coronavirus relief efforts. The limited run of shirts is available for preorder now.
RED has just announced that they're moving the release of their album Declaration up from April 10 to April 3.
The Grizzly Awards has announced that their modified plans for an awards special will have them streaming live on the evening of April 1, at 7:00 CST. The special will feature performances from Disciple, Random Hero, Rusty Shipp, All Above Me, Adelaide, and more.
Live acoustic performances will quickly (hopefully) become a trend in a now virtually connected world. Remedy Drive announced on social media that they will livestream on Facebook tonight at 9 PM Eastern Time and 8 PM Central Time.
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Switchfoot's Jon Foreman has announced that he plans to share an acoustic song every day this week. The first one, a performance of "Vice Verses," is posted to the band's Facebook now.