Live Video of the Day: Chris Stapleton – Amanda (Live at the Grand Ole Opry)

Chris and Morgane Stapleton absolutely tear up the Waylon Jennings classic live and on stage at the Grand Ole Opry. Just seeing Chris Stapleton without a hat on is worth the price of admission alone.

 

 

Video of the Day: Foxy Shazam – Tragic Thrill

If you are wondering what happened to Foxy Shazam, after their break though album, The Church of Rock & Roll, they broke with their major label and were on a forced hiatus and eventually disbanded in 2014. RIP Foxy Shazam, come back soon.

See the message from the band on their web site October, 2014:

After more than ten years of our lives completely revolving around Foxy Shazam, it is time to disband for an unknown amount of time. Performing more than two thousand shows together around the world has been life changing, but also has kept us from spending time with our families and pursuing our own passions and ways to grow individually as artists.
It has been an honor sharing ourselves and our music with all of you. Thank you to all of our fans, family, and friends that have supported us through everything to make this previous decade the best times of our lives.
We truly believe there is a future for Foxy Shazam, that our best art is yet to come. We don’t know how long this will take but we plan on someday returning more powerful than ever.

Foxy Shazam

 

Video of the Day: Foxy Shazam – Holy Touch

The band Foxy Shazam is actually from Cincinnati, Ohio but you would never know it. Based on the amount of coolness in this band they should be from Los Angeles, or even San Francisco. Sort of a wicked hybrid of Queen and The Darkness meets Slade. “Holy Touch” is from The Church of Rock and Roll, a few albums back, but no less groovy.

 

Video of the Day: Israel Nash – Lucky Ones

Relocating from New York to Dripping Springs, just outside of Austin, seems to have done wonders for the wandering spirit of Israel Nash. His latest record, Lifted, is a marvel. Part Beach Boys part Laurel Canyon Psychedelic Rock, this record is a throwback to the future in all the best possible ways.

Video of the Day: The Essex Green – Don’t Leave It In Our Hands

 

This Brooklyn by way of Burlington, Vermont is a Classic Rock sounding band with a distinct 60’s and 70’s vibe to them. Their newest record, Hardly Electronic, is one of he best Power Pop records of the year.