Video: Micah Schnabel – “The Interview” The internet is failing me lately. I didn’t realize that Micah Schnabel of Two Cow Garage had a new solo album out until I heard a song on satellite radio in the car. That’s not how this is supposed to work, guys. I should know about these things before … Continue reading New Micah Schnabel video: The Interview
Video: Have Gun Will Travel – “Thirteen Miles to Empty” This video is pretty funny. Micah from Two Cow Garage plays the grouchy bus driver while the band sings of the joys of a cross-country touring. The vocals might seem a little put on at first, but they’re from Florida so I guess they can … Continue reading New Have Gun Will Travel video: Thirteen Miles to Empty
Watch the irresistible new video from the upcoming album, Sweet Saint Me.
New releases from Two Cow Garage frontman, et al.
Three acoustic songs filmed live, including a Springsteen cover.
Two Cow Garage‘s Shane Sweeney talks to (614) Magazine about touring non-stop for eight years, including their recent jaunt with the Hold Steady: [H]e told us of one of his favorite moments on tour, when he turned to the Hold Steady’s bassist Galen Polivka one night on the bus after the show, quietly thanking him … Continue reading Two Cow Garage on touring with the Hold Steady
The Hold Steady have invited GLONO faves Two Cow Garage on a leg of their upcoming October tour. Two Cow Garage gladly accepted, continuing to tour in support of their latest release, Speaking In Cursive (Suburban Home Records). TWO COW GARAGE TOUR DATES (all with THE HOLD STEADY): 10/17 – St. Olaf College – Northfield, … Continue reading Two Cow Garage Opening for Hold Steady
I briefly met Michael Dean Damron when he opened for Two Car Garage at Dante’s in downtown Portland. He’s a great hairy beast of a man who leans into the mic as he belts out dusty ballads and scornful tales. He rides close to his heroes, including Steve Earle, Alejandro Escovedo, Townes Van Zant and … Continue reading Cool Band: Michael Dean Damron
We get a road report from one of our all-time favorite bands and find out if it’s still worth it.
Suburban Home/Vinyl Collective has announced its new Under The Influence Series where they’ve asked several bands to record cover songs that have influenced their songwriting. They’re being released as split 7″ singles that will include coupons to download mp3s. Cool idea. So far they’ve got Mustard Plug covering Fugazi, Bomb the Music Industry! doing Pavement, … Continue reading Under the Influence Vinyl Singles