A special sneak preview takes place Thursday at Fingerprints
The politically passionate new band Prophets of Rage, currently on a 35-city tour which includes a stop at Ozzfest in San Bernardino on November 4, brought the noise to Long Beach Friday night at Fingerprints Music.
While the new album is layered in uplifting melodies and heartbreaking lyrics that feel comfortable in the vein of Bruce Springsteen’s Tunnel of Love, fans were treated to a solo acoustic performance featuring nine tracks from Adams’ latest effort.
Long Beach singer-songwriter Kirk Jordan only has eight good fingers. He is preparing for his first official release, next Friday, under the moniker 8 Good Fingers.
Cage The Elephant began its eventful weekend in the L.A. area with an acoustic show Friday night at Fingerprints Music in Long Beach, treating a roomful of fans to songs from its soon-to-be-released album Tell Me I’m Pretty, which drops December 18.
Silversun Pickups, an L.A.-based band with an ever-expanding reach, made its third visit to Fingerprints Records Wednesday night to celebrate Friday’s release of the band’s fourth album, Better Nature.
Three and a half years after visiting Long Beach’s Fingerprints Records and signing copies of his album “Smile,” Brian Wilson returned to the shop last night to greet a huge throng of fans, many of them holding copies of his newly released album “No Pier Pressure.”
Supporting its latest album, Everything Will Be Alright in the End, (EWBAITE), which was released Tuesday, Weezer performed acoustic versions of songs from the record at Fingerprints Music. The show was split into two sets, each with about 250 fans who had pre-ordered the album in order to gain access to the show.