Celebrated roots rock band Dispatch have announced the launch of an extraordinary multi-part project that will be released in a series of phases, and today fans can stream “Phase 1.” PRESS HERE to listen to “May We All,” “All This Time,” and “One By One.” This series of phased drops will culminate in the band’s eighth studio album in 2021.
Calling All Crows has announced the second Unlocked Voices livestream fundraising event, next Thursday, October 8 at the ONCE Ballroom in Somerville, Massachusetts. The event is co-presented with Nine Athens Music, a company dedicated to helping musicians take the next step and to building the local music community.
Singer-songwriter and activist Chadwick Stokes will join a Facebook Watch Party and live Q&A with Boston public media producer WGBH on Thursday, June 24 at 7pm ET. Together with Chadwick, fans will be able to watch his 2019 performance in WGBH’s intimate Fraser Performance Studio and engage in the comments section.
Boston born indie-folk powerhouse Chadwick Stokes Urmston has made his impact on music over the last few decades. Known for fronting bands such as Dispatch and State Radio, his newest undertaking, touring with musical group “The Pintos” proves to have given his resume further depth and opens a new chapter in his life.
Today, Chadwick Stokes (Dispatch, State Radio) and his band The Pintos officially kick off their winter tour in Holyoke, MA. The band will be touring their recently released self-titled album making stops in major markets including New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Nashville, Philly, and more. They will be joined by Mihali (of Twiddle) and Daniel Rodriguez (of Elephant Revival) for select shows.
Chadwick Stokes will release a self-titled record with his band The Pintos that tackles personal and political territory in ways that feel intimate and urgent. Set for release November 15, 2019 Worldwide via Thirty Tigers, Chadwick Stokes and The Pintos brings the complications of history into conversation with the turbulent yet—from Stokes’ perspective—hopeful present. “We’re living in a crazy time, a very upsetting time,” says Stokes.
As Monterey woke up for day two of Cali Roots, there was a heavy overcast throughout the neighborhood. Thankfully clouds and thick fog are nothing new to reggae enthusiasts, and the festival proceeded without missing a beat. Day two was a day which focused on roots, both of Reggae and heritage. The artists that played Saturday had a much more thematic tie to family bonds, both those that we are born with, and the family we chose as we go through life.