Colony House played at the WorkPlay Soundstage in Birmingham, and here is what it looked like.
Hudson Honeywell reviews Chasing Happiness, a documentary that follows the Jonas Brother from before they began to the height of their fame, and then from their breakup to their rebirth.
In honor of the recent Oscars, we are looking back at the remarkable Titanic, one of the highest grossing films ever.
In honor of the recent Oscars, we review The Return of the King, the conclusion to the revolutionary film series based off the iconic novels by J.R.R Tolkien.
On January 16, the sacred and the profane were on display when Liz Brasher visited Standard Deluxe in Waverly, Ala. It was the first time the Memphis soul singer had returned to the funky printer and music venue since last spring’s 280 Boogie music festival.
Indie pop stars Saint Motel roared into Atlanta Thursday night, bringing with them a high energy and extremely enjoyable show (along with the explosive KOLARS as an opener)
Just Mercy is the latest movie from director Destin Daniel Cretton and tells the story of Walter McMillian's (played by Jamie Foxx) journey for freedom from the help of Bryan Stevenson (played by Michael B. Jordan).
Skyfall director Sam Mendes joins forces with legendary cinematographer Roger Deakins to bring one of the most revolutionary films in years to the big screen. While the premise of a war movie based around two soldiers delivering a message does not sound like a hit, this movie brings a lot more to the table. Mendes decided that the movie would benefit if the viewer could go with the two soldiers, Lance Corporals Schofield and Blake in real time to deliver their message. So the idea for a movie that looks like one long take was born. A period accurate World War I movie filmed to look like one continuous shot, once I heard this I was immediately on board.
Now that 2019 has ended we can look back and see the albums that made this year special. Here are some of WEGL’s top 3 albums and why they are so special
Lilly Hiatt and her crack band played at Standard Deluxe in October.
Curated by WEGL's own Mary Francis Garner and Katie Gorman, the new music hour is your way to catch up on whats been happening these past few weeks. Listen to the playlist and be sure to read the artist bios to learn more about who is featured this week.
Concert Review: Kacey Musgraves, Oh, What a World Tour-Closing Show
We had Neutral Snap come through the studio to preform their songs Butterscotch, Bed Sweats, and Westin House
Are you like us at WEGL and counting down the days until Buku Festival? This two-day festival is quickly approaching, and official after-parties are springing up left and right. So far, there are three official Buku Late Shows. If you want to keep the party going on March 22nd and 23rd, check out the events below!
The dynamic lineup for the eighth installation of this festival dropped last week, and it is one you can’t ignore.
Jack Hart and Justin Thomason sat down and discussed the upcoming election with the U.S. Representative for Alabama's 3rd congressional district, Mike Rogers.
Jack Hart and Justin Thomason sat down and discussed the upcoming election with candidate for U.S. Representative of Alabama's 3rd congressional district, Mallory Hagan.
Compact Discourse will be welcoming the two candidates for Alabama’s third congressional district into the WEGL studios this week, here’s what you need to know.
By definition, a silent disco is a group of people at a concert where everyone has headphones on and that is the only source of music. No speakers. Usually including 2-3 DJs on stage and the ability to switch between “channels” that each DJ is playing on on your headphones.