Wild Nothing is the band from Virginia-born Jack Tatum. Produced entirely in his bedroom, Tatum started with the music before writing lyrics to his Smiths-inspired shoe-gaze songs. While on tour, Tatum brings a long band members to recreate the sounds live.
At the age of 21, singer-songwriter Jessica Lea Mayfield has been in the music business nearly her entire life. She began touring with her family at the age of four and then began singing with them when she was eight. Then at only sixteen, she started working with fellow Ohioan Dan Auerbach - one half of The Black Keys - when she was just sixteen.
The Great American Songbook is a compliation of American music, including ethnic American folk music, Ragtime, classical, and American and European musical theater from 1925 to 1960. Some have dismissed it as an older body of work that has no bearing on contemporary rock music; however, Adam Levy of the Honeydogs begs to differ.
17 years after the original members started playing together, the founding members of Fauna are back together. After a core lineup change in and a temporary period of extinction in the 1990's Fauna went into hibernation. Zachery Vex and crew are breathing new life into Fauna with a new EP Cellophane which will be released at Cause on Friday, February 11th.
With a long career of ground-breaking music that began in the early '90s, singer-songwriter Liz Phair has moved from indie label goddess with the release of her debut "Exile in Guyville" in 1993 to selling over three million records across the globe including her latest, "Funstyle."