EXCLUSIVE: The Heavy — “Curse Me Good”

The Heavy drop into Guitar Center for an interview and short performance. Check it.

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This just in from the At Guitar Center Podcast, which features both exclusive performance videos and audio podcasts of artist interviews that aim to tell the stories of the artists, their background, their music and more.  On this edition, we’ve got Brit rockers The Heavy performing “Curse Me Good” from their most recent album.

Always good to hear Kelvin Swaby sing pretty much anything, so this is a great mid-day treat.  If you want to hear the interview, too, check that out here.

You’ll also find interviews and performances with a lot of artists, such as The Alabama Shakes, RZA, and Quincy Jones, to name a few.

 

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