Local Favorites Crooked Coast Get down with an indie-rock, dance infused power-house of an album, "Thanks for the Memories," independently released, shattering recent controversial remarks that local bands are trash
Starting with Afroman the Beach House Restaurant has begun to draw in national acts giving local audiences a chance to enjoy quality music in the Cape's backyard.
Psychedelic Latin Funk band GoosePimp Orchestra, an 8-piece set with saxes, trumpets, drums, guitars and everything else will be at the Beach House Saturday
Angela Miller is making a name for herself this season on American Idol. And those who knew her when she was growing up in Falmouth could not be more proud of her success.
The Cape rocks hard, but who on the Cape rocks the hardest? A weekly live-band karaoke contest, with $2,000 on the line, will determine the region's biggest and baddest rock star.
What better way to kick off Mardi Gras than with live music from Po Boyz, a New Orleans style funk band that will bring a little bit of the bayou to the Cape.
The local duo releases "Can't Stop", a lyrical tour de force that features lively tracks mixed with slow-grooved electric blues music.
Richard James and the Name Changers are a self-describe, Whiskey Infused Roots Rock band and will probably be the only music playing this weekend.
iO catches up with the former lead guitarist for Sheryl Crow who will be performing at Harry's at the Depot tonight in Hyannis.
Cape Cod's Crooked Coast releases their newest music video "Ritalin" just before heading south to play a five-day tour of St. John and St. Thomas.