Following the announcement of Lake Street Dive’s new album, the band is getting the videos out there. Here’s a live take on the opening track of “Obviously”. Bridget Kearney lays down the solid grooves while also providing amazing backing vocals.
Following up on their hit album, “Free Yourself Up”, Lake Street Dive has released another incredible record called “Obviously”. The band’s blend of pop, Americana, and soul once again propel their thoughtful lyrics and grooves.
We’re stoked for the new Lake Street Dive album dropping next month. The band is prepping for the release of “Obviously” with some videos. “Hypotheticals” is a fun, upbeat tune, driven by the great Bridget Kearney.
Lake Street Dive took Halloween to a whole new level this weekend with a rooftop remake performance of the Beatles’ “Don’t Let Me Down”. Bridget Kearney and the band not only nail the tune, but also the costumes.
It has been a while since we’ve seen a video by Lake Street Dive, but they’ve just released a new and powerful song about the times we’re in.
Back in 2016, Lake Street Dive visited NPR to record a Tiny Desk Concert, in support of their album, “Side Pony.” I love the different feel of the music in this setting!
Lake Street Dive has announced a new leg of tour dates for this summer. The band, anchored by bassist Bridget Kearney, will be splitting their time with dates headlining as well as co-headlining with The Wood Brothers, featuring Chris Wood on bass.
Bridget Kearney is a huge favorite around No Treble HQ, and her episode of Groove was the #1 interview this year. Add in some killer videos by Lake Street Dive, and Bridget makes the annual “reader favorites” list for the first time in our history.
Lake Street Dive has announced a new set of tour dates that will take them into 2019. After covering the Northeast in November, the trek will head down the East Coast through the Carolinas and into Florida. The band, which is anchored by bass great Bridget Kearney, is touring in support of their latest album, Free Yourself Up. Check out...
Bridget Kearney doesn’t talk much about the electric bass (mostly because that’s not her instrument of choice). The musician and composer is a double bass player that graduated with a dual degree from Tufts University and New England Conservatory of Music. She started playing the bass when she was nine years old and fell madly, deeply in love with the...
The members of Lake Street Dive met in the early 2000’s at the New England Conservatory. NEC had the group visit the campus as part of the conservatory’s ongoing concert series, in support of the band’s new album, Free Yourself Up. Here’s the group – featuring once again the terrific bass lines and backing vocals of Bridget Kearney – performing...
Lake Street Dive is back with another live performance of a tune from their new album, Free Yourself Up. Here’s “Baby Don’t Leave Me Alone With My Thoughts”, once again featuring the great bass lines by Bridget Kearney.