Tuscaloosa Music

  • Golden Monica to play at Druid City Brewing Company to benefit public radio

    Golden Monica to play at Druid City Brewing Company to benefit public radio

    Alabama Public Radio and the Druid City Brewing Co. team for a fundraiser Saturday, “Putting the Pub in Public Radio.”

  • Mulligan Brothers return to Tuscaloosa

    Mulligan Brothers return to Tuscaloosa

    The Mulligan Brothers return to Tuscaloosa Thursday for its second Acoustic Night at the Bama performance in the last three months.

  • MEET THE BAND: Blackberry Breeze

    MEET THE BAND  Blackberry Breeze

    This week, meet Blackberry Breeze. This young band was founded in 2012 but has since grown to be a go-to band for the Tuscaloosa area. Vocalist and rhythm guitarist Trey Foshee answered some questions, on behalf of his band members — Wesley...

  • MEET THE BAND: Trotline

    MEET THE BAND  Trotline

    This week meet Trotline, a band that is no stranger to the Tuscaloosa area. The band frequents fraternity houses in Tuscaloosa, but it has been playing since 1999 and has opened for big names including Kenny Chesney. The band has been playing music...

  • MEET THE BAND: T.U.B.: The Unknamed Band

    MEET THE BAND  T U B   The Unknamed Band

    This week, meet T.U.B. the Unknamed Band. With inspiration from bands such as The Grateful Dead, Phish and Widespread Panic, T.U.B.’s set list is always changing; it’s a popular group at Greek events and other places around town. The...

  • MEET THE BAND: Mother Funk

    MEET THE BAND  Mother Funk

    This week, meet Mother Funk, including Josh Ferrell on guitar and vocals, Burnham Hawk on lead guitar and vocals, A.C. DeMoss on keyboards and vocals, Casey Peranich on drums and Davis Hudson on bass. Ferrell and DeMoss answered some questions for...

  • Walter Parks: Sounds of the swamp at the Bama

    Walter Parks  Sounds of the swamp at the Bama

    Over a decades-spanning career, Walter Parks has been pegged as a blues or jazz guitarist, while playing with fusion group Sneakers, or as sideman to the legendary Richie Havens. Or possibly he's a folkie, as half of the duo The Nudes, with cellist...

  • MEET THE BAND: The Park Band

    MEET THE BAND  The Park Band

    This week, meet The Park Band. These Alabama natives are a popular pick among University of Alabama fraternity and sororities, but also enjoy playing at various bars on The Strip. The band celebrated six years together in June. Though they stick to...

  • MEET THE BAND: The Mobros

    MEET THE BAND  The Mobros

    This week, we're talking to The Mobros. This band of brothers, Kelly and Patrick Morris, recently played at their favorite Tuscaloosa venue, the Green Bar. They are now working on booking more shows for an upcoming tour from New York City to...

  • Southbound Music Festival promotes vibrant music scene

    Southbound Music Festival promotes vibrant music scene

    Four and a half years ago, brothers Michael and David Seale built the idea for a podcast, which featured musicians strictly local to the Birmingham area. The podcast grew into a radio show when Birmingham Mountain Radio (107.3 FM) got started in...

  • MEET THE BAND: Dr. Robinson Band

    MEET THE BAND  Dr  Robinson Band

    This week meet the Dr. Robinson Band, a cover group that plays a variety of venues, including fraternity and private parties, though it likes to call Harry’s home. You can also catch them at The Booth, The Red Shed, Steamers, Moe’s...

  • Don Felder talks to Tusk about what makes him tick

    Don Felder talks to Tusk about what makes him tick

    Don Felder is a happy guy. Mostly he’s been that way, starting with childhood in Gainesville, Fla., where he was rocked by Elvis — via Ed Sullivan — into a lifelong obsession, and where he went to high school with Tom Petty, played...

  • Foreigner singer Kelly Hansen opens up to Tusk

    Foreigner singer Kelly Hansen opens up to Tusk

    Foreigner singer Kelly Hansen was working with his own group in California about the time Foreigner’s biggest hits were breaking out, in the late ’70s.

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