Texas Music has, yet, another Lubbock-based band on the verge of big things. Flatland Cavalry's debut album Humble Folks sent ripples throughout the Texas / Red Dirt scene last year.
Notoriously critical Saving Country Music can’t even deny the charisma of this West Texas band: “Young, fresh-faced and hungry, they’re looking to carve their own little spot out in Texas music and beyond for fans tha
Not a whole lot of details on this yet, aside from a Facebook post, but it looks like Jeremy Plato will soon be stepping into the frontman role in a new Departed project.
Cody Canada and the Departed posted to their official Facebook page this week, "Who's ready for this album...
Cody Canada has been doing it longer and better than most. From his rock star days with Cross Canadian Ragweed to today with The Departed not many have stayed truer to their craft.
Crowd surfing or stage diving, it doesn't matter what you call it; anyone who has ever lipped-synced a song, is a boy or girl, and been between 10-19 years-old has dreamed of doing it...
After three big weeks at No. 1, Pat Green dropped to the third spot this week. With that Cody Canada and The Departed, Reckless Kelly and Matt Kimbrow all inched closer to the top spot. So, who lands at No. 1? Let's find out.
For well over a decade Cody Canada fronted the biggest band the Red Dirt scene has ever seen in Cross Canadian Ragweed. When they disbanded he and Jeremy Plato started a brand new band. Five years and three albums later, The Departed are goin' strong, making good music and doing what they love most.
Last week (1/13) HippieLovePunk from Cody Canada and the Departed hit stores and iTunes, the band's third album (This is Indian Land, Adventus). Canada called in to talk with us about the new album, MusicFest 2015 highlights, his brother-in-law Wade Bowen's performance on Conan, American Aquarium and so much more.
Post by Cody Canada.
I've known Cody Canada, in a professional capacity, for around three years. But I've been a fan of his for more than 10 years longer than that. I actually purchased Ragweed's Soul Gravy, in Baghdad, back in 2004.