December 2012

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Grateful Web Interview with Little Rock's Flameing Daeth Fearies

Submitted by Michelle Miesse on Fri, 12/28/2012 - 8:38 am

If you're in Fayetteville, AR on January 6, you can start your 2013 music season with a free show that will blow your pants off – and probably any other clothing you're wearing that night.When Little Rock's Flameing Daeth Fearies put on a show, they go all out (and all in).

Conor Mulroy Adds More Shows to Winter Tour

Submitted by Organic Entert… on Thu, 12/27/2012 - 10:41 am
Composer, multi-instrumentalist and modern bluegrass artist Conor Mulroy announces more shows for his winter schedule in the southern and midwestern regions.  He continues to take music to the masses.  He’s touring in support of his fourth independent release Foxfire.  Foxfire is currently the #1 ranking college radio album at WERU - FM in East Orland, ME.
 
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Umphrey's McGee New Years in Atlanta Almost Here

Submitted by umphreys.com on Thu, 12/27/2012 - 10:21 am

Umphrey's McGee New Year's Eve run in Atlanta has finally arrived. The 29th-31st are officially sold out (with the 28th close behind), but there's still hope- a handful of tickets are being re-released right now (12:00 PM ET). Go get em, and ring in the new year properly with some face melting rock.UM is pumped to bring you an arsenal of talented supporting acts on the bill down in Atlanta, with The Bright Light Social Hour, Zoogma and Moon Taxi. On the 29th, be sure to catch Zoogma's late-night set in the Cotton Club inside the Tabernacle.

Eliot Lipp | Shark Wolf Rabbit Snake | Music Review

Submitted by Elliot Engebretson on Wed, 12/26/2012 - 12:58 pm

The always fresh, always different, producer Eliot Lipp recently signed with the Pretty Lights Music Label to release his first LP in just over three years. Known for his incredibly versatile multi-genre sounds, this Brooklyn-based producer has been constantly touring, releasing albums, and changing the game for just under a decade. What’s so intriguingly different about Lipp’s style and approach is his ability to seamlessly flow instrumental sounds together to form a fusion of melodies not yet classified as a genre.