posted Nov 3rd 2012, 21:51
24 Hour Distribution partner Josh Weathers Band saw their third full length album Big Night In The City hit the number two position on iTunes Blues sales chart today. A well deserved achievement for the hardest working man in Fort Worth's music scene!
The third full length from Josh Weathers Band, Big Night In The City melds and updates the warm soulful sounds of Stax Records, Bruce Springsteen, Elton John, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Chicago & The Rolling Stones into a unique masterpiece without wearing the influences on its sleeve. With stellar songwriting, playing & production, sequenced perfectly for repeat play, this album gets better with every listen. An audio treat!
Tim Halperin Releases "Shining Like The Stars" Benefit Single For Kidd's Kids Walt Disney World Vacation
posted Oct 16th 2012, 11:07
24 Hour Service Station distribution partner Tim Halperin has recorded a brand new single for the Kidd's Kids Family Trip of 2012, with all iTunes proceeds going to the charity. Syndicated Texas radio personality Kidd Kraddick started Kidd's Kids as an organization to take terminally / chronically ill children and their families to Walt Disney World each year.
posted Oct 4th 2012, 10:04
PLS PLS storm the Star Bar in Atlanta, GA tonight for a free show to celebrate the release of their debut, EP EP on Tampa indie label 24 Hour Service Station, which features a bluesy David Bowie cum Mick Jagger inspired dude-ette featuring Elijah Jones of Southern Gothic stompers The Constellations.
PLS PLS (pronounced Please Please) conjure heady electronic-laced future rock anthems. Singer, songwriter & instrumentalist Dan Dixon’s self-produced debut, EP EP, spans musical styles from the 60’s Wall of Sound to 70's Rock to 80's Dance to Future Pop. The lulling hypnotic shuffle of "River Song" summons tribal ghosts downstream where they revive via the immigrant song of the wild “Here Come The Wolves.”
Four songs from PLS PLS are featured in Magnolia Pictures' horror sensation V/H/S, in theaters Friday October 5th and called by Rolling Stone "...the scariest, rawest horror movie of the year.”
posted Sep 3rd 2012, 20:03
posted May 24th 2012, 01:07