About Lazlo HoLLyfeld
Lazlo Hollyfeld formed in the winter of 2003 in Buffalo, NY. The groups first release, 2004, “Our Universe Is Feeding” is a raw, one-take-recorded, instrumental journey spanning melodic happiness to lethargic, hypnotic rhythms. In late 2005, the group released, “The Pacer EP”, which contains rock songs with a very electronic, soulful and moody feeling. The first track, “Everything You Know Is Gone” is almost breakbeat rock, with its uplifting changes leading to a guitar that screams echos. Th Pacer Ep then changes into something much different. With the heavily electro-inflected “Miss Hong”, which then seamlessly blends into the title track, “The Pacer”, The Pacer EP is sexy. Lazlo Hollyfeld followed this release with 2 long United States tours, marked by showing their faces @ sxsw, and two nights in a row @ The Boom Boom Room in San Francisco with Mike Clark and Robert Walters. In November 2007 finished recording the third release “Elimination”, an energy packed album, with a 70’s rock feel, while keeping the bands instrumental and harmonious sound in tact, only, with violence, and anger-driven instrumental themes. More recently, Lazlo Hollyfeld has shared the stage with Tortoise, Mogwai, Bonobo, The Rapture, to name a few. The fourth album is called “Desert”, a post-rock-electro concept album. Release date was May 29th, 2010. Lazlo Hollyfeld is now recording more music and playing shows, and also running its own music festival.
The Del McCoury Band welcomed guitarist Billy Strings for a pair of songs on Friday at the Whimmydiddle Country Music Festival in Hamilton, Ohio.
Aaron Schafer of the Osiris Podcast network’s ‘No Simple Road’ profiles fellow Osiris podcast, ‘Daddy Scripted Podcast.’
Acclaimed singer-songwriter Arlo Guthrie started plotting dates for his “20/20 Tour Featuring Alice’s Restaurant” in early-2020.
The Okeechobee Music & Arts Festival returns in March 2020 after a one-year hiatus.
Joe Russo’s 200th Joe Russo’s Almost Dead concert on Saturday at Frost Amphitheater in Palo Alto featured a pair of debuts, special guest Stuart Bogie on the whole show as well as a full horn section on the finale.