Brooklyn-based band The Lone Bellow perform live in front of a sold-out crowd at the legendary Paradise Rock Club in Boston, Massachusetts. Playing most of the tracks from their self-titled debut record, this is a band on a mission to leave it all on the stage. There's no denying their exuberance, passion, showmanship, and musical synergy. Layering beautiful harmonies and yet fully capable of rocking out with the best of them, this is a band headed for a remarkable career.
Zach Williams, a native Georgian, first came to songwriting via near tragedy. While still living down south, Williams' young wife was catastrophically injured in a horseback riding accident. Physicians initially told Williams that, at best, his wife would leave the hospital a paraplegic. But doctors at the pioneering Shepard Center in Atlanta thought otherwise and after months of rehab there she ultimately regained the ability to walk. Throughout the ordeal, Williams had been scribbling his thoughts into a journal; good friend Caleb Clardy, co-writer of "Teach Me To Know," suggested he turn his writing into songs.
This performance was recorded on November 20, 2013.
You Can Be All Kinds of Emotional, 02:28
Zach, Brian & Kanene talk about their start as a band, 06:32
Green Eyes and a Heart of Gold, 07:40
Heaven Don't Call Me Home, 13:42
Kanene talks about whey she wanted to be in TLB, 17:25
Zach talks about his wife's accident and how music helped, 22:48
You Don't Love Me Like You Used To, 26:34
Brian talks about becoming a band, 30:41
Bleeding Out, 31:20
The One You Should've Let Go, 37:08
Zach talks about recording Teach Me To Know, 45:17
Teach Me To Know, 46:47