Better Than Ezra are out with the video to their new single ‘Just One Day’, the second release off the New Orleans, Louisiana alternative rock group’s seventh studio album ‘Paper Empire’, in stores and online now on MRI/Megaforce Records. Watch the Van Alan Blumreich directed video via YouTube below.
Better Than Ezra performed during the 38th Annual New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival Presented by Shell on May 4th in New Orleans, Louisiana. Check out pictures from FilmMagic.
Better Than Ezra are out with the video to their new single ‘Juicy’, from the album ‘Before The Robots’. Watch it below.
Tragedy Andy, 5606, Better Than Ezra and Bowling for Soup performed at Channel 104.9’s Day on the Meadow #2 in Discovery Meadow Park on Sunday (July 3) in San Jose, California. Check out pictures from GettyImages.
Better Than Ezra performed in concert at Ceasars Circus Maximus Theater on June 8th in Atlantic City, New Jersey. Check out pictures from FilmMagic.
Better Than Ezra are out with the video to their new single ‘A Lifetime’. Watch it online below.
Better Than Ezra performed at the Seminole Paradise Hard Rock Hotel and Casino on Wednesday (February 16) in Hollywood, Florida. Check out pictures from GettyImages.
Josh Bell of the Las Vegas Weekly spoke with Better Than Ezra’s singer/guitarist/songwriter Kevin Griffin about how the group has been able to sell out mid sized clubs without the benefit of a new album, or a label. “What we’ve done, more so than tons of bands who’ve come and gone—some bands that are better than us, and some not—is we kept doing it,” Griffin said. “We stuck in there, and that’s really what separated us from so many other bands.”
Mike Prevatt of the Las Vegas Mercury spoke with Better Than Ezra’s bassist Tom Drummond about the group’s contribution to the Recording Industry Association of America ad spots against illegally downloading music files. “Y’know, we’re probably the size of the band that gets hurt the most,” Drummond said, laughing. “The big bands, does it really affect them? Nah. The smaller bands? No, any exposure is good. For us, we’re in the middle. It seems there should be a way to have accountability for the songwriting portion of that.” As for the RIAA lawsuits against KaZaA users, he says, “I use my iPod and go to the iTunes store every week, and buy songs for 99 cents each. Hopefully others will mimic it; that will take a while. As far as [suing] someone, that’s kinda iffy.” Read more.