Band of Horses release holiday-inspired single
Band of Horses hasn't released a new album since 2012's "Mirage Rock," but that hasn't stopped lead singer Ben Bridwell from getting in the giving spirit.
Neil Young at Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Night 2 (photos, review)
The Neil Young who showed up at Red Rocks on Thursday night was not entirely different from the Neil Young of the previous night: a classic folk-rock lifer whose energy and activism built as the night grew darker.
Neil Young announces new album, tour, Red Rocks appearance with Willie Nelson’s sons
Neil Young has announced a new album and tour with Willie Nelson's sons that will stop for two nights at Red Rocks Amphitheatre this summer.
The 10 best indie-rock love songs for Valentine’s Day
Valentine's Day isn't only for lovers. It's also the day where people are anti-love. Or maybe, they've been in a relationship far too long so Feb.
Outside Lands 2013 photos Friday: Chic featuring Nile Rodgers, the National, Pretty Lights and more
The first day of Outside Lands 2013 brought performances by Naia Kete, Smith Westerns, Houndmouth, the Heavy, the Men, Band Of Horses, the National, Rhye, Chic featuring Nile Rodgers, Wyatt Cenac, Chromatics, Pretty Lights and more to San Francisco.
Outside Lands 2013 live stream Friday schedule: Watch Pretty Lights, the National and more
If you’re not in San Francisco this weekend, don’t worry. You can still catch performances by some of the best acts at Outside Lands 2013.
Best Denver shows this week: Sigur Rós, Band of Horses and more
You can really open up some new horizons this week — the best Denver shows are going to be straight up weird. Icelandic atmospheric rock?
Coachella 2013 lineup announced: Blur, Red Hot Chili, the Lumineers and more
The Coachella 2013 lineup has been announced and along with the main headliners like Blur, the Red Hot Chili Peppers and Phoenix are two Colorado acts, the Lumineers and Pretty Lights.
My Morning Jacket at Red Rocks Amphitheatre, 8/4/12 (photos and review)
My Morning Jacket, well-known for its ability to play long, loud and hard, presented fans with a marathon performance at Red Rocks Amphitheatre on Saturday, its second show of the weekend in Morrison that inched toward the four-hour mark.
My Morning Jacket returns to Red Rocks this weekend
My Morning Jacket may be the best live rock ’n’ roll band in America, period. The Kentucky-bred quintet headlines Red Rocks Amphitheatre Friday and Saturday for what will surely be two of the venue’s loudest, hardest, most butt-kicking evenings in the historically busy concert year.
My Morning Jacket returns to Red Rocks with Band of Horses, Trombone Shorty
The latest summer concert announcement is a big one: My Morning Jacket is on the road with Band of Horses as support. And the band is kicking off the tour in Colorado – at Red Rocks, in fact.
Live review: Band of Horses @ the Ogden Theatre
“We took a little break from that weird-ass tour,” said Band of Horses singer Ben Bridwell, and that was the only reference made to the fact that here we were –- again –- at the Ogden Theatre Sunday night, listening to the alt rock band headlining instead of opening for Kings of Leon last week at Red Rocks, after KOL also “took a break” following Caleb Followill’s weird-ass display in Dallas in July.
Can’t Hardly Wait: Free tickets to Band of Horses at the Ogden Theatre, and a toast to … Ford?
It's rare that an automobile manufacturer uses a song to its full potential, but a few years ago, Ford edited Band of Horses' best-known song, "The Funeral," into a comparatively potent commercial.
Pop & Circumstance: Under the Cover of Popness
P&C does its best to bring you the best in pop gossip and news every week. Today, we bring you a few of our favorite indie/pop crossovers in the form of cover songs.
Photo essay: Band of Horses @ the Fillmore Auditorium
Band of Horses failed to capture the magic and electricity of this year's "Infinite Arms" last night at the Fillmore Auditorium. While keeping in mind that the South Carolina five-piece struggled through some early technical difficulties, as a whole, they seemed a bit anti-climactic following strong sets from each of the two openers.
This Week: Brooklyn beats to Carolina twang
TONIGHT -- Fabolous, a.k.a. Brooklyn native John Jackson, is coming up on a decade of semi-stardom since the 2001 single "Can't Deny It." And while he's still grasping for the artistic and commercial heights of many of his East Coast idols, it's impossible to deny the infectious nature of numbers like "My Time" and "Throw It in the Bag" from his 2009 album, "Loso's Way." Monday at the Ogden Theatre with Black Pegasus and B-Simp.
CD reviews: The Dead Weather, Rusko, Band of Horses, Pearly Gate Music
The Dead Weather, “Sea of Cowards” (Warner Bros.) The Dead Weather’s blues-debted rock music is loud, but there are quiet ruminations deep in the lyrics.
Live review: Band of Horses @ the Ogden Theatre, Day 2
The indie-rock and South Carolina based alt-country Band of Horses made their second Colorado stop - in as many days – on March 16 at the Ogden Theatre.
Live review: Band of Horses @ the Fox Theatre, Day 1
Strong, unique vocals, catching - haunting - melodies, shimmering reverb drenched guitars and anthemic rhythms - this is a recipe for beautiful, ecstatic pop, or so it would seem.
SXSW 2008: Julio Enriquez's journal
[photopress:el_guincho.jpg,full,pp_image] El Guincho was the first band (of many) that Reverb contributor Julio Enriquez caught during his four, jam-packed days at SXSW. Photos by Julio Enriquez.