Wilbraham, MA act The Gallery who Kings of A&R profiled multiple times has now been selected by Rolling Stone mag for their “So You Want To Be A Rock & Roll Star” contest.
The contest was announced on Monday night’s Late Night With Jimmy Fallon and today in The New York Times. The winner of the competition will be the first unsigned band to appear on the cover of Rolling Stone Magazine, in addition to getting a record deal with Atlantic Records and performing live on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon.
The Gallery will be profiled in Rolling Stone’s March edition, on newsstands February 18th.
They will be releasing their new EP Come Alive on February 22nd, produced by Warren Huart (The Fray, Augustana, Hot Hot Heat).
The band will be performing live at Arlene’s Grocery on Friday, February 25 at 7:00pm
Check out the track The Catalyst which happens to be our favorite.
Check out the track NO by Edelweiss who hail from Northern PA.
This indie 4 piece act falls in between Crystal Castles, The Prodigy, and Arctic Monkeys.
The songs have received airplay on NPR affiliate WNTI and the station has an interview with the band set to air this Sunday morning.
They will perform at Highline Ballroom (NYC) on February 5th.
Rock act Eye Empire who consist of rock veterans from former bands such as Stereomud,
Dark New Day, and Evanescence will showcase tonight at the Gibson Guitar Showroom in NYC tonight – January 6th. Several music labels will be attending.
Check out the track I Get High by New Jersey pop rockers Hot In The City.
This pop/rock act will perform at The Bowery Electric in NYC on November 20th.
Check out the track Shine by The Honeymoon Thrillers.
Jared Followill from Kings of Leon played bass on this project. This garage rock 5 piece consist of former members of pop/rock group Luna Halo who Kings profiled years ago.
For fans of Neon Trees, The Strokes, etc.
The band will perform at Webster Hall in NYC on October 20th.
Check out the track Unforgettable and You Don’t Wanna Know by The Best Week Ever.
For fans of Paramore, Hey Monday, etc.
The band will perform at The Bowery Electric in NYC on October 12th.