If it wasn’t for Chicago’s ridiculous live music scene, Tula would not exist. After several projects on their own, the band met eachother while attending various local concerts, soon realizing they had a common interest in creating fresh, uncompromising improvised music. The band drew together on a mission to move bodies, officialy forming Tula in May of 2008. Diverse influences combined to form a unique sound that is all their own. Tula strives to create a new and different experience with each show, and brings high energy performances with a chill atmosphere. The band has been hitting the road bringing their music to venues and festivals throughout the Midwest. So please, come out and hear for yourself…then stick around for more.
Watch Joe Russo’s Almost Dead welcome Fruit Bats’ Eric D. Johnson as well as Stuart Bogie of Antibalas at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles.
Watch The Avett Brothers perform “High Steppin'” and “Trouble Letting Go” on ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live.’
Full Show Friday presents the late great Queen Of Soul Aretha Franklin performing live during her legendary run at the Fillmore West in 1971.
The Band guitarist Robbie Robertson unveiled “Let Love Reign,” the latest single from his forthcoming ‘Sinematic’ studio album.
Anders Osborne performed originals and a Dr. John cover on the latest installment of ‘eTown’ and also contributed to the episode’s grand finale of “The Last Time” featuring the house band, Chatham County Line and the McIntosh County Shouters.