GOSPELBEACH currently ON TOUR in the UK and Scandinavia

Great review of GOSPELBEACH “Another Summer Of Love” from BEARDED MAGAZINE

Steeped in the golden sounds of Buffalo Springfield, and particularly Gram Parsons and Chris Hillman’s contributions to The Byrds, while the LP title evokes rock music’s 1967 high tide, the band far beyond mere revivalists and the pool of influences runs wider than rock’s fulcrum year. – READ THE REVIEW HERE

GOSPELBEACH “Another Summer Of Love” reviewed by ROCK ‘N’ ROLL TRUTH

While it has been 50 years since the original Summer of Love enraptured the world in 1967, the Brent Rademaker-fronted troupe GospelbeacH conjures up that mythical season on its aptly-titled disc Another Summer of Love. With a shimmering sound that recalls the Laurel Canyon sound of the late 1960s and early 1970s, Rademaker’s pleasing voice and acoustic guitar is adorned with lush arrangements that make for folk rock that is melodic and ambitious. – READ THE REVIEW HERE

Nice GOSPELBEACH interview via LA RECORD

For almost 30 years, Brent Rademaker has been a presence in L.A. music, and his influence—infused with the legacy of country rock like Gram Parsons and Gene Clark—looms large over local artists as diverse as Ariel Pink, the Allah-Las, and Ryan Adams. Among his credits: founding the storied ‘90s indie rock band Further with his brother Darren; leading early-‘00s psychedelic country band Beachwood Sparks; and, in recent years, fronting GospelbeacH, whose music has drifted from rustic American Beauty-inspired rock to cozy late-‘70s AOR-inspired pop. GospelbeacH’s newest Another Sumer of Love is a warm collection of tunes about coming home, with nods to Tom Petty and Jackson Browne. On a sunny April afternoon, Rademaker sits on a rock in a strange little park that runs right down the middle of Santa Monica Boulevard in West Hollywood—literally through the middle of the road. Cars woosh by on either side; the Troubadour sits solemnly across the road, reflection of another more distant storied past. Rademaker wears sunglasses and a denim jacket, and a button with a modified Pepsi logo that reads ‘LSD.’ Here the man whose band once sang ’Your money tree won’t give you any shade’ talks about success, his deep love of music, and the significant trials behind him. He looks across the street and meets the Troubadour’s gaze as our interview begins. – READ THE INTERVIEW HERE

New MARK “PORKCHOP” HOLDER studio album coming after the summer!

August 11- Tom’s Bullpen – Dover, DE
August 12- The Wherehouse – Newburgh, NY
August 13- The Tudor Lounge – Buffalo, NY
August 14- The Warehouse – Syracuse, NY
August 15- The Anchor- Kingston, NY
August 16- The Stomping Ground-breaking Putnam, CT
August 18- Fellini’s- Charlottesville, VA
August 19- BT’s- Radford, VA
August 20- Darkest Before Dawn (solar eclipse festival)- Cookeville, TN
August 25- Indepencia- Guadalajara, Mexico
August 26- Indie Rocks- Mexico City, Mexico
August 31- Big Apple Cafe – Murray, KY
September 1- Schlafly Brewery, St. Louis, MO
September 2- Muddy Roots Festival- Cookeville, TN (2:30 p.m.)
September 14- Private Party – Chattanooga, TN
September 16- The Revelry Room- Chattanooga, TN (with Southern Culture on the Skids)
October 12-15- Deep Blues Festival- Clarksdale, MS