For most rock bands, fame and success leads to change — and usually not the good kind. The Weeks haven’t forgotten where they come from, however. Their hair is still long, their clothes are still torn, and their sound still seems to be steeped in something smooth, sweet and distinctly Southern.
Every night is a party when LUTHI takes the stage. The band believes in “keeping it weird” by honing in on what they believe to be their unique sound and drawing from soul, funk, psychedelic and R&B influences to create their own modern dance music.
Drew Holcomb joined us in the Attic Lounge at the historic War Memorial Auditorium to play us a few songs off his album, “Souvenir,” and discuss his writing process.
It’s the fairytale story of three boys all studying at Belmont University together, two into music and one the star baseball player. Judah & the Lion […]