It was a tough ticket to get your hands on the other night at the Cannery Ballroom, Denver’s own The Lumineers sold out the venue in a matter of days. If you’re a big fan of the band, you might want to check out their Lightning 100 in-studio performance. The band was kind enough to play for 20 lucky listeners. Listen for “Classy Girls,” “Ho Hey” and “Stubborn Love.” You can listen to the audio below or click here to see the HD videos from right outside our studio!
Lightning 100 is giving one lucky listener and a friend the chance to see a private performance with The Black Keys! The recent Nashville transplants will be playing a super secret show for a very small number of fans. Leave a comment on the photo above and you could win this awesome experience! Let’s be honest, this is the coolest caption contest we’ve had yet!
Winner: Have you sen the Keys? No, check the couch. – Bennie
Congratulations to The Apache Relay on their #1 showing in Deli Magazine’s fan poll for Nashville bands (#7 on the overall poll and it’s interesting to note that the Jury was oddly, literally out for this terrific little group. But I digress). To celebrate, they threw a house party at guitar player Mike Harris’s Granny White Pike home and major celeb sightings abounded with members of Mumford & Sons and Cadillac Sky showing up to perform, and a late night jam with actor Jake Gyllenhaall made the gossip websites, lol.
Look and listen for The Apache Relay to show up on Lightning 100’s airwaves on March 11 and be a part of our next Anniversary month (yeah, that’s March) celebration. And keep an eye out for their new album, American Nomad, due to arrive in April.