Whiteboard Wednesday Sessions: The Zombies performs “Chasing The Past”

The Zombies are a legendary British Invasion rock band. Their psychedelic/baroque-pop sound features mellow rock instrumentation, extensive vamping, folk influences and the buttery vocals of Colin Blunstone. Other artists that can be heard on their station include The Beatles, The Kinks and The Rolling Stones. They came by and played “Chasing The Past” off their new album Still Got That Hunger.

Whiteboard Wednesday Sessions: Jacob Whitesides performs “Broke Billionaire”

Jacob Whitesides is a singer/songwriter from Knoxville, TN. His vocal-centric style features pop/rock qualities and melodic songwriting. Other artists that can be heard on his station include Ed Sheeran, One Direction and Justin Bieber. Jacob came by and played “Broke Billionaire” off his new EP Faces on Film.

Whiteboard Wednesday Sessions: Chadwick Stokes performs “Our Lives Our Time”

Chadwick Stokes of Dispatch and State Radio is a singer/songwriter from Boston. His folk-influenced sound often features prominent percussion, major key tonality and acoustic sonority. Other artists that can be heard on his station include Vance Joy, Lord Huron and Blind Pilot. Chad came by and played “Our Lives Our Time” off his latest album The Horse Comanche.

Whiteboard Wednesday Sessions: Trevor Hall performs “You Can’t Rush Your Healing”

Trevor Hall wrote his most recent album in Hawaii taking in musical influences from acoustic rock, reggae and Sanskrit chanting. His playing features acoustic strumming coupled with intimate and inspirational lyrics. Other artists that can be heard on his station include The Dirty Heads, Slightly Stoopid and Citizen Cope. Trevor came by and played “You Can’t Rush Your Healing” off his latest album Kala.

Whiteboard Wednesday Sessions: Third Eye Blind performs “All These Things”

San Francisco pop/rock darlings Third Eye Blind are indicative of the ’90s, thanks to their household chart-topper, “Semi-Charmed Life.” Their vocal centric sound blends acoustic and electric rock instrumentation and melodies loaded with narrative lyrics and catchy hooks. Other artists that can be heard on their station include Matchbox Twenty, The Goo Goo Dolls and Blink-182. Lead singer Stephan Jenkins came by for a solo set and played “All These Things” off the band’s latest album Dopamine.

The Big Sound of Australia

Pandora love music discovery and supporting emerging artists. With a legacy of showcasing new acts through our annual SXSW program, and more recently through our Artist Marketing Platform, we are extending that locally, by sponsoring the official party at BIGSOUND this year.


BIGSOUND is where the world discovers Australian music. For 3 days every September, a musicians, buyers and experts from across the globe assemble in Brisbane’s Fortitude Valley to learn, network, experience new music and expand careers and the future of the music industry in Australia.

Pandora are bringing together amazing new acts, Major Leagues, Totally Mild, Pearls and Olympia to perform live as a part of the industry conference and artist showcase in Brisbane. That’s not all, we have 20 tickets if you are in Brisbane on September 9 and want to join us at the party. Just email PromotionsANZ@pandora.com and tell us your fave Pandora station and we will contact you if you’re in and double pass will at the door waiting for them.


Whiteboard Wednesday Sessions: Jo Dee Messina performs “Heads Carolina, Tails California”

Jo Dee Messina is a country singer, originally from Massachusetts. The Grammy-nominated artist paints her music with dynamic vocals and slide guitars. Other artists that can be heard on her station include Faith Hill, Shania Twain and Dixie Chicks. She came by and played “Heads Carolina, Tails California” off her self-titled album.

Whiteboard Wednesday Sessions: Scars on 45 performs “Golden”

Scars on 45 is an alt-rock band from the UK. Their style features rock song structures, with pop qualities and country/folk influences. Other artists that can be heard on their station include Snow Patrol, Matt Nathanson and Ed Sheeran. They came by and played “Golden” off their album Safety in Numbers.

Whiteboard Wednesday Sessions: Wild Child performs “Fools”

Wild Child is an indie folk-pop band from Austin, TX. Their rootsy style features melodic songwriting and paired vocal harmonies backed by a range of traditional instruments including banjo, mandolin, piano and percussion. Other artists that can be heard on their station include The Head & the Heart, The Avett Brothers and Bon Iver. They came by the office and played the title track off their upcoming album Fools.