Posts Tagged ‘lucero’

Photos of Ryan Bingham and Lucero at the 9:30 Club

"When I go out on a Saturday night, I like to dance. Who am I kidding, I like to listen to sad songs and drink whiskey."

Photos of Clutch at Baltimore’s Shindig Festival

A 10-year-old girl sang every single word to every single Clutch song.

Director Jeff Nichols on Fugazi, Southern Literature, and Mud

Jeff Nichols isn’t the type of director to make a light film. His first feature, 2007’s Shotgun Stories, a terse family drama about a blood feud between two sets of half brothers in rural Arkansas, became one of the most talked-about films of the year and established him as a fresh new voice in the [...]

ToDo ToDay: 4,000 Miles! Cherry Blossoms!

An elderly grandmother and slacker grandson who suddenly move in together sounds like the plot of a terrible sitcom. But cross-generational relationships, when told with the right balance of humor and emotion, have a way of resonating with audiences. Amy Herzog’s 4,000 Miles, now playing at Studio Theatre, examines this connection between family members and brings [...]

Photos: Lucero @ 9:30 Club

I always walk away from a Lucero show thinking how the Memphis band is able to make every gig feel like a house party full of friends. I've seen them in small places like Ottobar, on outdoor stages at South by Southwest, and the Black Cat. And while the 9:30 Club feels a bit more [...]

Photos: Social Distortion, Lucero, and Frank Turner @ 9:30 Club

"Social D is up next. Hell fucking yeah y'all." —Lucero lead singer/guitarist Ben Nichols.
Hell fucking yeah, indeed. For more than two hours an hour and 45 minutes last night, Mike Ness and his band Social Distortion shook the sold-out crowd at the 9:30 Club to its core. Still as agile and sharply dressed at 48 [...]