Hello, hello. Come on in. Get settled in for another dose of the Weekender. Here’s how it’s going to work this week: This weekend, especially Thursday (tonight) is nuts and there is simply too much to write about. For the most part my blurbs are unnecessary for these things. For example, I think we all […]
This week on Little Village Live, local favorite Samuel Locke Ward played a full set and, as it turns out, we’re still picking up jaws off the floor. This episode marked Ward’s second appearance on the show, having played a unique set back in April 2010 consisting of two 20-minute chunks of non-stop acoustic rock. […]
Another lovely Tuesday Night Social Club at the Mill has come and gone. This week offered a lineup of great local singer-songwriters that I am sure you will have many opportunities to catch in the future. Maybe you should just start coming to Tuesday Night Social Club every week so you don’t miss anything good…ever. […]
On Friday Night, the Mill hosted Sam Locke Ward’s release party for his new album, “Barely Regal Beagles” and the kickoff for his west coast tour with the unparalleled Simon Joyner. Joining Sam was a lineup of one-man-acts including Douglas Kramer Nye, Ed Gray and Alex Body.
Local Albums: May 2010 – The fact that you can hold this album in your hands is astounding. From the Privilege of the Grave faced nearly every hurdle imaginable–from technical and logistical issues to legal and financial difficulties. That it was worth the wait, is still more astounding. […]
From KRUI Studios in Iowa City, Iowa, we are happy to present a performance by one of Iowa City’s most celebrated musicians, Samuel Locke Ward. Locke Ward has released too many tapes (such as Boombox by Bedside, reviewed here on Cassette Gods) and albums to mention them all. He has toured extensively with The Bassturd […]
Samuel Locke-Ward Sacrilege, Treason, Treachery & Thyme Self released If there is a party at the end of the world (and there will be, right?) then count on Samuel Locke-Ward to send out the invitations. With his new record, Sacrilege, Treason, Treachery & Thyme, he further establishes himself as not only a harbinger of doom […]