Live Performances

Leon Bridges

Leon Bridges played “Beyond” from his new album Good Thing on the Late Show with Stephen Colbert. Check out Leon’s soulful performance accompanied by his backup vocalist’s harmonies in the video below.

Leon Bridges and his band play Classic Rock and Roll Slinkys, Regular Slinkys, and they use Ernie Ball Coiled Guitar Cables.

 

Courtney Barnett

Courtney Barnett performed her single “City Looks Pretty” on Live from Here with Chris Thile. This is the third single from her upcoming album, Tell Me How You Really Feel, releasing May 18th. We can’t wait to hear the rest of it!

Courtney Barnett relies on Power Slinkys, Earthwood 80/20 Medium Acoustic 12 Strings, and Super Slinky Bass Strings.

 

 

You can also watch Courtney Barnett’s Ernie Ball: String Theory film here:

Bush

Bush played “Comedown,”  a hit from their 1995 debut album, Sixteen Stone, on Conan. Bush is also prepping for a Summer U.S. Tour! Watch the performance below and check out their website for more updates from the band.

Bush relies on Regular Slinkys, Beefy Slinkys, and Cobalt 7 Skinny Top Heavy Bottoms.

 

Post Animal

Post Animal performed a set on Audiotree Live Sessions. They played several psychedelic inspired songs from their album When I Picture You In A Castle. The band consists of six members who shift taking control of each song, giving their music a diverse hazy-rock feel. Visit their website to see where they are on their current tour.

Post Animal play Regular Slinkys and Bass Regular Slinkys.

 

Shame

Shame, one of the U.K.’s hottest new punk bands, recently performed a set at KEXP. They played songs including “One Rizla”, “Dust on Trial”, and “Concrete.” You can find these tracks on their album Songs of Praise which released in January 2018. The full performance is in the video below.

Shame uses Regular Slinkys and Bass Regular Slinkys.

 

New Releases

The Coathangers

The Coathangers released the Official Music Video for their song “Hurricane” off their album Larceny and Old Lace. The music video captures the dystopian vibe of the song in an amazing, theatrical way. Check out the video below and click this link to see where they are playing on their International Tour.

The Coathangers use Regular Slinkys and Bass 6 Baritone Guitar Strings.

 

The Frights

The Frights have released a new single titled “Crutch.” Listen to this new track from the San Diego punk band in the video below. The Frights are currently playing shows in the U.K. Check out at their website for upcoming tour dates.

The Frights play Power Slinkys and Bass Super Slinkys.

 

Daniel Jakubovic

Check out Daniel Jakubovic’s jaw-dropping talent in the new music video for his song, “Occupy.” Daniel creates, writes, produces, performs, and programs the entire production of this video.

Catch Daniel Jakubovic playing with his Ernie Ball Music Man John Petrucci JP7 guitar.

 

Tour Announcements

Bad Religion

Bad Religion has officially announced their International Summer Tour. Stay tuned to hear more news on their upcoming album.

Bad Religion play Power Slinkys and Hybrid Stainless Steel Bass Strings.

 

Body Count

Ice T’s heavy metal band, Body Count had officially kicked off their International Summer Tour. They will be starting off in the United States and then heading to Europe shortly after. You can stay up-to-date on Body Count’s tour on their website.

Body Count play  Heavy Top Skinny Bottom Slinkys and Bass 5 Power Slinkys.

Photo: Music Waves, Phillippe Barielle

Lauren Ruth Ward

Lauren Ruth Ward is going on tour with Shakey Graves this Summer! She will be performing songs from her 2017 album, Well Hell. Check out her website to see if she’ll be performing at a venue near you.

Lauren and her band rely on Cobalt Regular Slinkys, Paradigm Regulars, Stainless Steel Regular Slinkys, and Everlast Coated Acoustics Strings.

 

SWMRS

SWMRS have announced their 2018 European tour, music festival goers will be excited to know that the tour will wrap at Leeds Fest! SWMRS are also working on their upcoming record which is a follow-up to their successful debut album Drive North. 

SWMRS play with Regular Slinkys and Hybrid Bass Slinkys.

 

Welcome To The Family

Halestorm

We’re excited to announce that Halestorm is now part of the Ernie Ball Family! The Grammy Award winning, American Hard Rock band Halestorm is led by badass female vocalist/guitarist Lizzie Hale. Halestorm have had a great amount of success playing for countless people all over the globe as headliners on their own tours and at major festivals.

Halestorm play Paradigm Skinny Top Heavy Bottom , Power Slinky Bass 5 and Super Slinky Bass

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