Johnny MarrSo, in the news this week Pope Francis said that he would allow sinners time off of purgatory if you follow him on Twitter. No joke. Just thought everyone should know. You can Google it after you read this less confusing post about show announcements in DFW.
It's been a year of reinvention for Eisley, the family band based in Tyler, TX. As we've written about extensively over the course of the year, the band left Warner Brothers Records to sign with Equal Vision Records late in 2010. And, earlier this year, they released a solid come back record called ... More >>
Roger CaldwellFinally, another excuse to use this photoMost all of us know the deal when it comes to new music from a famous, old school rock artist: It's a waiting game. A waiting game daunted with a lot of vague answers, and sometimes pretty flaky behavior. Some would say this is due to ... More >>
The Valley (Equal Vision Records)
EisleyIf you've already picked up a copy of this weeks Dallas Observer, you might have noticed our music feature on Tyler band Eisley, who will be in town at The Loft on Saturday night with Ives The Band, and Christie DuPree. The story sheds light on the ups and downs that the band has experience ... More >>
Chris PhelpsAfter an eight-year run at Warner Bros., Tyler's Eisley will now call Equal Vision Records home.Today, after a two-year battle with Warner Bros. Records, Eisley, the Tyler-based, indie rock family band, is moving forward with plans to release their long-awaited third record. And, for ... More >>
In November, when we spoke last with Eisley's Stacy Dupree, the singer implied that she and her family/bandmates weren't necessarily all that stoked with their situation at Warner Bros. Records. But, she asked at the time, she said she'd rather not talk too openly about that situation on record. ... More >>
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