Host Ingrid Michaelson, You Oughta Know alum Tove Lo, and more took Palladia‘s Epic Awesome SXSW Showcase by storm on Wednesday evening at Austin’s Cedar Door Grill. In case you missed it, hit the gallery for a photographic journey through the event.
Festival season has arrived, and Palladia is joining the flock of festival-goers. The hi-def music television network is heading down to Austin, Texas for SXSW 2015, and they’re putting on an Epic Awesome Showcase, hosted by indie pop darling Ingrid Michaelson. The showcase will take place on Wednesday, March 18 at 7 p.m. at Cedar Door Grill, and will feature Milky Chance, Years & Years, Robert DeLong, Seinabo Sey, Elle King, and You Oughta Know alum Tove Lo.
With over 100 bands performing at Lollapalooza this weekend, there’s a lot of music to digest at the three-day festival. Everyone from Kings of Leon to Calvin Harris are performing representing a variety of genres from EDM, alt rock, hip-hop and indie pop.
Among the performers on the festival’s eight stages — one being Palladia, marking its debut at Lolla — are a number of VH1 You Oughta Know alums, including Lorde and Foster the People, that have been storming up the charts over the past year. Many are first-time performers and sure to bring a new flavor and sound to the long-running festival.
You know his songs even if you’re not familiar with his name. “After Midnight,” “Cocaine,” “Call Me the Breeze,” these are just some of the rock n’ roll standards that came from the pen and tattered guitar of Tulsa, Oklahoma songwriter JJ Cale. Now the man responsible for making his music a staple of classic rock radio is celebrating his music on a new album of his songs and in a new half hour show, both entitled Eric Clapton – The Breeze: An Appreciation of JJ Cale, which aired last night on VH1 Classic and will air again tonight on Palladia at 9/8C. In the show, the storied English blues rock guitarist explores Cale’s life and music along with famous friends like John Mayer as well as live performances of some of JJ’s most well-known songs. Watch the full presentation now and learn the impact of one of America’s greatest songwriters.
Get your festival gear ready because VH1 + Palladia are taking over the Northside Festival. During the 8-day long event, VH1 will be hosting the Make A Band Famous competition and screening some of this year’s best Rock-umentaries, Palladia will be taking over The Knitting Factory from June 12-15, and much more.
Fall Out Boy fans have a lot to be happy about this past year. From the release of their hit comeback album Save Rock and Roll, to their ongoing music video series The Young Blood Chronicles, the band has been staying busy and showing why they deserve a place on rock’s center stage. Now the band is poised to release the Chronicles final two installments, which will premiere this Wednesday May 21st at 9/8C on the Palladia network.
Palladia is airing Ed Sheeran‘s full Live From The Artists Den concert Wednesday, April 30 at 9/8C. We’ve got a sneak of this English singer/songwriter flaunting his dreamy voice and edgy tattoos during his hit “Drunk” – and believe us, it’s intoxicating. Born and bred in Framlingham, Suffolk this European sensation is taking the US by storm. In 2011 he achieved quintuple platinum in the UK, and now American audiences are learning why. He’s chummy with country/pop starlet Taylor Swift and he’s toured with Snow Patrol. The guy really knows how to make a rockin’ social circuit! Find out what all the fuss is about in this sneak peek.
Palladia is airing The Killers‘ full Live From The Artists Den concert Wednesday, April 23 at 9/8C. We’ve got a sneak of the foursome rocking their platinum synth-pop hit “Human” from the first single from the band’s third studio album Day & Age at Capitale in New York City’s Chinatown.
Palladia is airing The National‘s full Live From The Artists Den concert Wednesday, April 16 at 9/8C. We’ve got a sneak of these indie rockers jamming their faces off with the hit “Fake Empire” – but there’s nothing fake about it. These guys originated in Cincinnati, Ohio and have taken the world by storm since. Some might even say they’ve formed their own empire, heh. In the 2014 Grammys they were nominated for Best Alternative Album and this past March, the awesome crew performed on Saturday Night Live. Pretty awesome stuff. In case you haven’t already fallen in love with this Brooklyn-based band (yeah, they moved there) – you’re about to.