Frank Erwin Center
"...Alpha RevBloom (Kirtland)..."
"...Alpha RevNew Morning (Hollywood)..."
"...Alpha Rev (pictured) is headed to Hollywood. The local alternative act signed a partial 360-deal with the Disney-backed label (and former home to Fastball and the Butthole Surfers) that will split a percentage of the band's touring and merchandise sales..."
"...Songwriting partner Casey McPherson of longtime Austin alternative rock outfit Alpha Rev sees this unmitigated transparency as a positive...."
"...Not play. Not try to wash over something so tragic, or cheapen its lessons by acting as if we can move on as previously planned...."
"...Alpha RevThe Greatest Thing I've Ever Learned (Sea Change)..."
"...23 at Antone's, with a VIP Cocktail Hour from 7-8pm with Mike Vernon and 3 Balls of Fire playing. 54 Seconds and Johnny Goudie will also perform, followed by Alpha Rev (www.alpharev.com), featuring Casey McPherson, former lead singer for Endochine..."
"...Air Review (Dallas)..."
"...[image-1] Batch used to be in the band Alpha Rev, and apparently developed quite the sandwich obsession while on the road. It makes sense: Sandwiches are the perfect band food because they’re cheap, portable, and the perfect accompaniment to a breakfast beer..."
"...“It’s going to become one of the most legendary live music venues Austin’s ever seen,” predicts Chad Goldwasser. The Pure Gold Realty founder beams over his lease acquisition for 607 Trinity, the building previously known as Chicago House, which will soon become his debut venue, Tellers..."
"...Tuesday 23 Last-minute shoppers at the 39th annual Armadillo Christmas Bazaar in the Palmer Events Center will be serenaded by fiddle ace Warren Hood (noon) and young blues trio Peterson Brothers Band (3:30pm). Alpha Rev, whose new Christmas album options a personalized greeting from singer Casey McPherson in Santa suit or Speedo, headlines (8pm)...."
"...Aerosmith, Hoodie Allen, Alpha Rev, Azealia Banks, Ryan Beatty, Bon Iver, the Boxer Rebellion, Bright Light Social Hour, Camera Obscura, Captain Beyond, the Cars, Johnny Cash, Daughter, Deep Purple, Die Antwood, the Doors, Sky Ferreira, Florence & the Machine, Foreign Fields, Aretha Franklin, Genesis, Waylon Jennings, Eric Johnson, King Crimson, Led Zeppelin, the National, Willie Nelson, Pearl Jam, Phoenix, Pink Floyd, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Rush, Matthew Ryan, Sex Pistols, She & Him, the Smiths, St. Vincent, Strokes, James Taylor, the Vaccines, Vamps, Velvet Underground, Amy Winehouse, Stevie Wonder, Yes..."
"...May 9: Jimmy LaFave May 16: Carolyn Wonderland May 23: Whiskey Myers May 30: Charlie Mars June 6: What Made Milwaukee Famous June 13: The Trishas June 20: Sons of Fathers June 27: Reckless Kelly July 4: Alpha Rev July 11: Ruby Jane July 18: Shinyribs July 25: Cari Hutson Aug. 1: Ray Wylie Hubbard Aug..."
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Biram (Austin, Texas) The Black Atlantic (Utrecht, The Netherlands) The Black Butterflies (Rosedale, N.Y.) Blackchords (Melbourne, Australia) Black Joe Lewis and the Honeybears (Austin, Texas) Black Moth Super Rainbow (Pittsburgh, Pa.) Black Violin (Miami, Fla.) The Blank Tapes (Los Angeles, Calif.) Blaudzun (Holland, The Netherlands) The Blind Shake (Minneapolis, N.Y.) Blondfire (Los Angeles, Calif.) Blood Diamonds (Kansas City, Mo.) Body Parts (Los Angeles, Calif.) Bombay Show Pig (Amsterdam, The Netherlands) Bonde Do Role (Sao, Paulo, Brazil) Bonobo (London, England) Borgore (Tel Aviv, Israel) Born Gold (Edmonton, Canada) Born Ruffians (Midland, Canada) Bo Saris (London, England) Brainticket (Los Angeles, Calif.) Brazos (Austin, Texas) Will Brennan (Atlanta, Ga.) JC Brooks & The Uptown Sound (Chiago, Ill.) Buffalo Killers (Cincinnati, Ohio) Jessy Bulbo (Distrito Federal,, Mexico) Max Burgundy (Brooklyn, N.Y.) Kathryn Calder (Victoria, Canada) The Cambodian Space Project (Taroona, Australia) Califmera (Berlin, Germany) Laura Cantrell (New York, N.Y.) Cazoniere Grecanico Salentino (Lecce,, Italy) Capital Cities (Los Angeles, Calif.) Ben Caplan & The Casual Smokers (Halifax Upper Harbour, Canada) Max Capote (Montevideo, Uruguay) Capsula (Bilbao, Spain) Chris, Carrabba (Boca Raton, Fla.) Califrtright (Austin, Texas) Chance The Rapper (Chicago, Ill.) Charan Po Rantan (Tokyo, Japan) Charli XCX (London UK-Wales) Cherub (Nashville Tenn.) The Chicharones (Portland, Ore.) Children Of The Night (Queens, N.Y.) China Rats (Leeds, England) Christeene (Austin, Texas) CHVRCHES (Glasgow, Scotland) Cinemacinco (Bogotá, Colombia) Alex Clare (London, England) The Coathangers (Atlanta, Ga.) Cold War Kids (Los Angeles, Calif.) John Wesley Coleman (Austin, Texas) Andrew Collberg (Tucson, Ariz.) 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"...This weekend, worlds collide. I have never attended an ACL festival that Alpha Rev has not performed, because honestly, I don't like paying to go to concerts when I spend 75 days a year playing them...."
"...It was our (very unpopular) opinion that Cousins was the best QB prospect of the group coming into the week, and was indeed the QB who elevated his draft stock most at the Senior Bowl. He showed consummate maturity as a leader, putting his previously underrated arm, footwork, and delivery on display for coaches, media, and scouts alike all week..."
"...On the day his “little” brother Baron got drafted by the Pittsburgh Steelers last April, we were onboard the VH1 Best Cruise Ever together performing with Alpha Rev. Baron was fishing with his old man in New Orleans, not knowing whether or not he would get a call in those last few rounds..."
"...As well as his work for the Chronicle, Alex is the host of RosterWatch on 104.9FM ESPN Radio Austin, founder of Rosterwatch.com, and a featured expert contributor to the FantasyPros.com network. When he has any free time, he can be seen performing with Alpha Rev...."
"...Much like local contemporary Alpha Rev, Sounds Under Radio elevates sincere melodrama to grandiose realms best suited to network television and film soundtracks, evidenced here by the American Idol-copped lead single "Sing" and overreaching piano ballad "Fire Escape." WMCHMMCM takes chances (lo-fi plea "Surrender") and skews favorably toward the angst of modern alt-radio with "The Arsonist" and "Effigy." F for FakeNew Hieroglyphic..."
"...That's certainly true in the Place 3 showdown between incumbent Randi Shade and Kathie Tovo. According to her 30-days-out campaign finance report filed April 14, Shade had raised more than $98,600 since the start of the year; coupled with previous contributions, she's left with about $106,000 going into election day..."