Last week's Chevy Music Showcase featured The Effinays, an exciting & uber-tight indie rock band that has made huge waves in Texas Reggae & Funk Rock scenes.
You can check out the Effinays high energy show in Fort Worth this weekend at Lola's Saloon as part of the 3rd annual Lolaspalooza. Their set on Saturday at 4:20 will be one of the highlights of the weekend!
With a voice that is both strong and vulnerable, this week's Chevy Music Showcase Artist of the Week, Madison King commands a western-tinged blues that proves a bit deeper than any common trend.
There’s a burn inherent to the songs that does not belie the sweet subtleties, and the sound runs somewhere between honky tonk and boogie woogie. Don’t miss this up and coming new Dallas based talent, who had a Deep Ellum mural before her first record dropped.
Her latest album, featuring great talent like Ryan Thomas Becker and members of The King Bucks, “Darlin, Here’s To You” is a sultry country rocker that curls around your ear drums.
Between the sway and the shake of this young lady’s debut album, you’ll find yourself humming along to her tunes.
Tune into Jimmy Kimmel Show tonight or tomorrow on WFAA Channel 8 at 11pm to learn more about this sultry metroplex chantreuse, Madison King. The Chevy Music Showcase segment has been running just before the Kimmel Show's musical guest a tad after 11:45pm.
Here was last week's episode on the Effinays! See ya Saturday at Lola's Saloon in Fort Worth!
What a cool deal last weeks Chevy Music Showcase was! Watching Hanna Barbarians interview Eleven Hundred Springs at Lola's Saloon was pretty righteous. Not to mention that lead singer Matt Hillyer's song I'm an S.O.B. when Im S-O-B-E-R would give Buck Owens or Roger Miller a run for their money.
This Wednesday and Thursday night during Jimmy Kimmel Live, which is broadcast on WFAA Channel 8 at 11pm, Chevy introduces North Texas to Dallas' rockers The Effinays.
Fermenting a stew of Reggae, Roots and Rock, the Effinays bring a helluva live set to the stage. “Funky” is the watchword for this outfit, swinging with sharply cut bass lines and grooves that make you want to get off your feet and dance.
The exuberant boost of the horns is undeniable, calling out in response to frontman “Big Spook” Martinez. Running the show, pointing attention to his outlandishly tight band, Martinez helms the bouncing ship with resplendent alacrity.
2012’s self-titled debut shows the outfit’s developing heavy sound undercut by chill out breakdowns. Whether fulfilling a rock steady opening or jamming out a jazz riff, The Effinays fold enormous soul into their deft grooves.
Be sure and tune in tonight, another big night for North Texas music!
Here was last week's episode with Eleven Hundred Springs!
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