Americana alt-rock band The Gaslight Anthem have premiered a new video for their song “Here Comes My Man” from their latest album, Handwritten, released this past summer by Mercury Recordings. The video stars actress Elisha Cuthbert (The Girl Next Door) daydreaming about finally meeting a man who will treat her right, matching the theme of the song. While she’s off on imaginary dates, the band is playing back at a barn show rigged up with dim lights. Slow-mo shots and good vibes abound. Check it out below:
If you like The Gaslight Anthem, then you might also like OurStage’s own Bradley Wik.
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Put on your boots and get ready to rock. This month, Ernie Ball is asking music fans everywhere to help them find the best alt. country act on the rise. In order to decide who will be crowned this month’s victor, we need YOU to help us by judging in the channel to ensure the best music makes it to the top. What’s at stake? A year’s supply of Ernie Ball strings and accessories, of course. Hurry over to the Alternative Country Channel now to judge before it’s too late.
Are you an aspiring country star whose not afraid to add little rock and roll to the mix? Do you compose whiskey-soaked jams about endless summers and times with friends, but know there is always room for a good ballad? If so, OurStage and Ernie Ball have an opportunity for you.
Submit your best track to our “Ernie Ball Alternative Country Competition by June 22 and you could win a year’s supply of Ernie Ball strings and accessories to help you further chase the dream. Just upload your track, tell your fans to sign on and judge for you, and we’ll let our fans and the judges at Ernie Ball decide who has the chops to be alt-country’s next heartbreaker.
What are you waiting for? Click here and enter now!
Admit it. You’re a sucker for a good piano melody. No matter what genre of music we’re listening to, the sound of a piano is always nice to hear. Well, guess what? It’s National Piano Month, so we recently asked all of you OurStage artists to submit your awesome songs (featuring the piano, of course) to our “Kick Up The Keys” Competition, and now it’s time for all you piano lovers to judge!
Head over to the “Kick Up the Keys” Channel to discover some new favorites and judge the music you love! There’s something for everyone, from R&B to indie pop to traditional country. You can start right now, but remember that judging ends on September 30th. So to all of you who love the keys, show us what you like”your picks could end up on our “Kick Up The Keys” Playlist which will be available to download for free!
September is National Piano Month, and frankly, we’re all in the mood for a melody. If you’ve got a track that shows off your prowess of the eighty-eight keys, then enter the Kick Up The Keys Competition by September 22nd.
Talent that catches the ear of the OurStage Editor at Large could be featured in our Kick Up The Keys Playlist, which will be promoted and offered for free download to the entire OurStage community. So what are you waiting for? Step up and sing us a song.
Eligible submissions are limited to those featuring piano as the primary instrument throughout the composition.
Accepted genres: r&b, soul, pop, indie pop, modern rock, soft rock, singer songwriter (male), singer songwriter (female), indie rock, rock, alternative, southern rock, traditional country, country, alternative country and acoustic
Strings are the oil that keeps the alternative country engine running. Whether in the studio, on the road or on stage, shiny new strings keep the music blasting well into the night. In February, Ernie Ball lent a helping hand to artists in the Alternative Country Channel, offering one Grand Prize Winner a chance to earn a year’s supply of free strings and accessories.
Coles Whalen, a songstress hailing from Denver, Colorado took home the cake with her song Go Child. One look through Whalen’s OurStage profile is all you need to know that she has alternative country in her blood. Whalen spent her early days touring the country in her pick up and camper, spreading her voice and music across the country. In 2007, she parked the camper permanently in Denver, and has been cranking out the tunes ever since, opening for artists the likes of Rufus Wainwright, The John Butler Trio and Paula Cole. Join us in congratulating Coles Whalen on her win, and stay tuned to the OurStage Magazine for our upcoming interview with her.
Artists in the Hard Rock Channel are currently competing for this month’s Ernie Ball prize. Head over to the channel now and show those artists some love!