Lesbian Poetry is the project started by Mumford’s member Elliot Burke.
The River Monks looks forward to MAMF to help gain fans and combine their separate group of fans they feel they have.
Trouble Lights is made up of producer and mixer Philip Rabalais and vocalist Adrien Daller.
Des Moines Music Coalition 80/35 Music Festival line up boasts a handful of Ames musicians, playing alongside national acts such as headliners the Avett Brothers and Death Cab For Cutie. Acts from the Ames scene playing in the festival include Christopher the Conquered, Derek Lambert and the Prairie Fires, Leslie and the Ly’s, Little Ruckus, [...]
Rueben Koroma casually smoked a cigarette outside of DG’s Taphouse, speaking with a couple of women who would soon witness his music, spreading the Sierra Leone Refugee All Stars’ message of love and experiences living in a war torn country. The other members of the band walked around Main Street sporting caps bearing the colors [...]
By Dale Johnson Ames247 Staff Writer Area musicians, booking agents and promoters met at the Orange Gentleman to exchange experiences and ideas on how to create a successful tour during the the Music University event in Ames. Chris Ford of Maximum Ames and Jill Haverkamp of the Des Moines Music Coalition organized and moderated the evening [...]
By Dale Johnson Ames247 Staff Writer The Greater Des Moines Music Coalition and Maximum Ames will host a Music University session on touring as a band at the Orange Gentleman on Friday at 7 p.m. “On the Road: Building a Tour and Surviving It” will cover how to book a tour and play one through [...]
By: Dale Johnson Local musicians will be recording albums throughout the summer which will release late summer and early fall. Trouble Lights Album Title: To be determined Anticipated Release: Aug. 25 Trouble Lights’ album will feature all dance music, according to vocalist Adrien Daller. “It features elements from my past and Phil’s (Rabalais) past,” Daller [...]
Stout is a senior in music who plays trombone, tuba, coronet and more. “Wildman,” as he is called when playing with many local bands, will soon record his tracks for Mumford’s latest album.
Locusic Live Ames this Saturday at DG’s Tap House will feature 7 local artists for only a $5 cover charge, to promote local music and start-up business Locusic.com.