Hi everyone. If you’re in Austin, you’re no doubt enjoying some very springlike temperatures. We’ve got a lot of news to pass along, so in addition to a number of Soulhat shows in town, this month, listen up. Soulhat is working on finishing up a new record, for release in Spring 2013. Stay tuned for […]
LA songwriter Robbie Gennet penned an article for the Huffington Post called “Underrated Albums of the 90s”. In Part 2, Gennet identifies Soulhat’s “Good to be Gone” as one of those albums. “Your air guitar and air drumming skills will get a workout, though your real musical skills could have a ball with these grooves…Good […]
This week on June 9 (check local listings), many PBS stations will be re-aring the final Austin City Limits shows taped at the old Studio 6A in the Communications Building at UT. The bill on this show includes Lyle Lovett and Bob Schneider, the latter’s band which includes Soulhat’s Bill Cassis on guitar. Its a […]
Kevin McKinney was mentioned in the Austin Chronicle’s review of the new LP, Light Shines Through (Freedom Records), by ex-Storyville drummer Don Harvey. McKinney appears as a guest alongside Harvey and other music staples like Ephraim Owens, Stefano Intelisano, David Grissom and Glenn Fukunaga on an LP that Alejandro Escovedo says “has a romantic quality […]
Kevin McKinney and Bill Cassis will perform at Sahara Lounge (formerly TC’s Lounge at 1413 Webberville Road, Austin, 512 927-0700), at 10pm just prior to the John Branch EP Release Party. On Facebook, Kevin revealed that he and Bill are working on their own EP, though its not done yet.