Paleface’s new video premiered via Magnet Magazine and is currently up for regular on-air rotation on MTV’s college TV station mtvU, with unlmited voting until March 15, 2013, 2pm est. http://PalefaceOnline.com
Song: You Will Get What You Want, by PALEFACEAlbum: One Big Party (Ramseur Records), October 2010Video Director: Scott McKibben Wishing you a Happy and safe New Year and hoping you reach for the stars! http://Pa…
PALEFACE : One Big Party (Ramseur Records, Oct 12 2010) After releasing his Ramseur Records debut The Show Is On The Road just over a year ago, Paleface and girlfriend drummer Monica “Mo” Samalot are back with One Big Party. […]
PALEFACE’s ode to his longtime home New York City. MAGNET Magazine premiered the video on April 19, 2010. “Paleface was a fixture on the downtown-NYC anti-folk (indie-folk) scene in the early 90s and put out two major-label records before his […]
After just having showcased at South By Southwest Festival and doing some really super duper fun shows with our friend Kimya Dawson, as well as supporting shows w/ new friends Joe Pug, & Todd Snider, we’re back on the road […]
High-energy Americana / Indie-Folk duo, featuring Paleface himself and darling drummer Monica “Mo” Samalot, will be showcasing at SXSW 2010 March 17th, 10pm (@ Intercontinental Hotel’s Stephen F’s Bar…, on the corner congress and 7th) as part of their ongoing […]
Bombadil recently made a stop at The Horseshack in downtown Rock Island, Ill for a Daytrotter live session, which is now available for your listening experience. Learn more about Bombadil and listen to the live session HERE.
The Avett Brothers‘ new album I and Love and You comes out TOMORROW on American / Columbia. They are doing a bunch of stuff to promote the record, one of them being two national TV appearances! They will be on […]
PALEFACE released a brand new live video “Hank Williams From His Grave” on Sept. 17th, the day of Hank Williams’ Birthday. The song was written by PALEFACE and the original version of the song was a track on Paleface’s self […]
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