THE DIRTY HEADS TO PERFORM ON ”JIMMY KIMMEL LIVE!”’S BUD LIGHT OUTDOOR STAGE TONIGHT
SoCal alt-rockers The Dirty Heads are set to celebrate the release of their top 20 album Cabin By The Sea with a visit to ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live! tonight, which airs at Midnight in most markets.  The appearance will feature the first-ever nationally televised performance of their hit “Spread Too Thin” from JKL’s famed Bud Light Outdoor Stage. Cabin, which features guest Del the Funky Homosapien, KyMani Marley and Rome, and Matisyahu (with whom the band is currently on a co-headline North American tour) was globally released on Five Seven Music on June 19th to fantastic reviews.

THE DIRTY HEADS TO PERFORM ON ”JIMMY KIMMEL LIVE!”’S BUD LIGHT OUTDOOR STAGE TONIGHT

SoCal alt-rockers The Dirty Heads are set to celebrate the release of their top 20 album Cabin By The Sea with a visit to ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live! tonight, which airs at Midnight in most markets.  The appearance will feature the first-ever nationally televised performance of their hit “Spread Too Thin” from JKL’s famed Bud Light Outdoor StageCabin, which features guest Del the Funky HomosapienKyMani Marley and Rome, and Matisyahu (with whom the band is currently on a co-headline North American tour) was globally released on Five Seven Music on June 19th to fantastic reviews.

Will Hoge, made his late night TV debut this past week (Tuesday January 10th) on Jimmy Kimmel Live! He performed two songs from his recent, acclaimed album Number Seven. Catch that footage below:

There is a good chance you’ve heard Kina Grannis’ music — maybe while grocery shopping or at your local McDonald’s or at LAX. Or perhaps you’ve caught her beautifully innovative and incredibly time-consuming video for the song “In Your Arms,” which turned 288,000 choreographed jelly beans into 4.5 million views on YouTube.

The Lonely Forest is set to end 2011 on a high note, with their acclaimed album Arrowsfeatured on several year-end lists, including NPR and Amazon, and their single “Go Outside" climbing the SiriusXM ”Alt Nation" chart.