February 2015

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Brooklyn’s Pimps of Joytime announce their highly anticipated third studio album, Jukestone Paradise, forthcoming on April 7, 2015 on their Write Home Records imprint.  The quintet showcases their kaleidoscope of influences by weaving ten new songs through their musical tapestry.  Special guests on the album include New Orleans funk leader Ivan Neville and Rubblebucket’s Alex Toth.
 

After the success of their critically acclaimed 2012 EP ‘Where You Lay’, folk-indie duo The Paper Shades have now returned with their latest double A side single ‘Home/Strong’.

Drawing a strong influence from contemporary songwriters like Laura Marling and Angus and Julia Stone, The Paper Shades have managed to infuse the pop sensibilities of modern musical trends and an authentic sound to create one of the most engaging and fulfilling songs of the year so far.

Stokeswood and Ghost Owl are teaming up for a five-night Sunshine State run April 22 - 26, 2015 playing Jacksonville, Tallahassee, Deland, Miami and Dunedin Florida! As part of the run, the two bands will play La Tierre Miami, an Earth Day celebration at Lot14/Railroad Blues also featuring The Heavy Pets, Crazy Fingers, 7 Below, Floyd is Dead and The Funky Nuggets.

HARD Events, the promoters behind such major electronic music events as HARD Day of the Dead, HARD SUMMER and HOLY SHIP!, have announced today, February 26 the newest addition to their live experience collection with goHARD.  Tickets go on sale tomorrow, February 27 at 10 am local time (except Dallas noon local time) at ww

Forty Below Records announces an April 21 release date for John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers – Live in 1967 (Never Before Heard Live Performances), a very special archival recording of one the best of the Bluesbreakers band lineups, featuring legendary musicians John Mayall (vocals, keyboards, harmonica), Peter Green (lead guitar), John McVie (bass) and Mick Fleetwood (drums).

PromoWest Productions announced today the 2015 lineup for Bunbury Music Festival, set to take place in downtown Cincinnati’s Sawyer Point and Yeatman’s Cove June 5-7. The festival will feature an eclectic lineup spanning three days and four stages.