August 2015

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Jeff Austin announces lineup change for Jeff Austin Band

Submitted by Groove On Music on Fri, 08/28/2015 - 9:51 am

It is with endless excitement that the Jeff Austin Band would like to welcome banjo master Ryan Cavanaugh into the fold. Ryan brings with him a great sense of musical adventure and intense creativity...something we have built our whole world upon. We look forward to many great musical times ahead with him. Learn more about Ryan at http://www.ryancavanaughbanjo.com.

Yonder Announces New Years in Boulder

Submitted by Boulder Theater on Thu, 08/27/2015 - 4:48 pm

Z2 Entertainment is proud to present Yonder Mountain String Band with Special Guests at the Boulder Theater on Wednesday, December 30th, 2015. Tickets are on sale August 29th for $35 GA, $65 New Years Eve or $160 4-Day Pass.

"YONDER MOUNTAIN STRING BAND IS AS DURABLE AS BLUEGRASS ITSELF. IT CHANGES AND MORPHS AND HAS AN OPEN-ENDEDNESS THAT MAKES ANYTHING POSSIBLE." – JOHNSTON OF YMSB

Fox Theatre Announces Schedule for Phish Dicks Weekend

Submitted by Pigeons Playin… on Thu, 08/27/2015 - 8:21 am

Pigeons Playing Ping Pong and The Fox Theatre have announced the schedule of pre-parties and buses for next weekend’s Phish run at Dicks Sporting Goods Park in Commerce City, Colorado. On Thursday September 3rd Pigeons Playing Ping Pong and Spafford will kick the weekend off with a pre-party at the Fox Theatre.

Turbine Releases 4th Album, Shakin' Off The Shock

Submitted by Ryan D on Thu, 08/27/2015 - 7:52 am

Hailing from New York City, Turbine has release its fourth full length Shakin' Off The Shock. This new album twists and turns through eleven tracks, weaving a sonic thread of hard riffs and electrofunk around their most memorable lyrics to date. Working closely with producer John Davis, who recorded The Black Keys' Grammy winning song Tighten Up as well as Turbine's previous album Blue Light City, the band found themselves digging deeper than even before into the grooves that drive each song.

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Jon Wayne and the Pain | Omaha | Review

Submitted by Michael Zoucha on Thu, 08/27/2015 - 7:34 am

On the south side of Omaha, off the beaten path, lies Sokol Park.  This "campitheater" is home to multiple local and regional festivals, and also a concert idea of which I've never encountered elsewhere.  Camping is included with purchase of a concert ticket, giving all concerts a heavy music festival atmosphere, even if it is only for one night.  The reggae-tronic dub band from Minneapolis, Jon Wayne and the Pain, is the true definition of road w