We finally get OCEAN IS THEORY to sit down and play an acoustic set for us on the Mercer University campus just before their energized set at Bearstock 2012.
“Clearly, the emotion and sentiments that Foster evoked resounded through the city, as he was recently invited back to Mercer University’s Bearstock 2012 to perform a set of songs from his upcoming solo record, where we managed to snag him for an Acoustic Alley session”
The band follows up their popular Acoustic Alley set from last September with three new songs on a rooftop in Middle Georgia.
All the way from New York, Chris Bell showed up in Macon for a short Alley session with his electric cello and made it work out nicely
Macon’s Mag Tard debuts their video for “Stayed at Home” with TheBlueIndian.com and chats with us about the artistic community in the city.
What’s better than Lost in the Trees videos? LOST LiTT videos from their set in Macon last year! Check out 3 alternate versions of songs from their 2010 release and get a preview oh their upcoming album, due out March 20th.
We caught up with brothers James and Jon Duke of ATBL in the middle of their whirlwind of a tour with John Mark McMillan and David Crowder*Band.
Kansas City, Missouri’s SCOUTS run through an alternate version of their song “Cult Classic” following their show with Last Year’s Men, oh dorian, and Alec Stanley Seven.
It was last Fall that Tampa, Florida’s Marksmen rocked the stage at Macon’s The 567. Despite the lapse of time, we couldn’t let our video footage and photos of their performance collect dust on our digital desk. So here’s a sample of the energy they brought to the stage as they opened for Eisley. Enjoy! *UPDATE* We […]
John Mark talks about touring with David Crowder, his new album Economy, how he deals with criticism, and the importance of personal relationships.
Last Year’s Men gives us one of the most unique Alley videos of the year! Enjoy!
Boxcar Fair follows a wandering explorer who stumbles upon a magical fair in the middle of a desert. The piece was created by Brock Scott and artist Tom Haney for the band Little Tybee. The entire video was shot in one take with no cuts or edits.