Band Bio

More about some of the artists 92ZEW plays

Jun 112014
 
Vance Joy

Australian indie folk singer/songwriter Vance Joy began his career playing the Melbourne open-mike scene at the end of the 2000s while completing his law degree.

Jun 032014
 
311 BIO

All five members of 311 grew up in the 1970′s in Omaha, Nebraska. Nick Hexum, Tim Mahoney and Chad Sexton lived on the west side of town and went to Westside High School together. P-Nut and SA Martinez lived on the south side of town and went to Bryan High School together.

Jun 022014
 
The Head and the Heart Bio

It wasn’t that long ago that the members of Seattle’s The Head and the Heart were getting acquainted with another at the local pub Conor Byrne, strumming their acoustic guitars, stomping their feet and singing in harmony as they attempted to attract the attention of customers.

Apr 162014
 
No Sinner Bio

Vancouver based band No Sinner, rockin’ electric blues with a vocalist that could be the reincarnation of Janis Joplin. Check them out 92ZEW Free Concert for Countdown to Hangout Festival.

Mar 232014
 
Phish Bio

Like the Grateful Dead before them, Phish have established an impressive reputation of tireless touring, dazzling improvisation and innovative rock ‘n’ roll.

Mar 172014
 
Sons of Fathers Bio

Sons of Fathers will follow up their critically acclaimed, self-titled debut with ‘Burning Days,’ helmed by legendary producer Lloyd Maines (Joe Ely, Uncle Tupelo), the record’s ten tracks find the band’s deep American roots blossoming with vines of sonic Texas power,

Aug 202013
 
Willie Sugarcapps, a Sweet Combination of Pure, Authentic Talent

Listen here to selections from the debut of Willie Sugarcapps, whose combined talent and experience form an instant pinnacle that soars higher than the simple stacking of their parts. Definitely a must-see and a must-listen. 92ZEW helps the band celebrate their cd release with a Free Show and live simulcast, August 20 at Soul Kitchen.

Apr 302013
 
About Matt Hires

On his debut album, Matt Hires emerged as a golden-voiced troubadour with a penchant for setting heart-on-sleeve lyrics to sweetly infectious melody. Now, on his sophomore release entitled This World Won’t Last Forever, But Tonight We Can Pretend, Hires weaves in grander arrangements, brighter hooks, and a more richly textured sound to assert himself as a formidable new force in the singer-songwriter realm.