On October 2, Forty Below Records will release a special double-LP vinyl version of the John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers – Live in 1967 (Never Before Heard Live Performances) album that was originally released earlier this year on CD. The LP version was pressed on 140-gram vinyl and will be released in gatefold form containing large pictures of John and the band members at the time – Peter Green, John McVie and Mick Fleetwood - on the inside.
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Based out of Olney, TX, Love & The Zealous--Richard Love (vocals), Marcus Leemann (guitar), Josh Morrison (bass) and Corbin Bailey (drums)--combine a dynamic brew of vintage soul and rhythm and blues with solid elements of classic rock and pop.
Mike Peters, front man and songwriter for The Alarm played live at Shank Hall Milwaukee on a brief one-man acoustic tour as he worked his way west to perform a special fundraiser at Red Rocks Colorado for the Love Hope Strength cancer foundation. Peters is the founder of the cause and is a personal mission close to his heart as a cancer survivor himself. He was first diagnosed with non-Hodgkin lymphoma and later leukemia.
Saturday, September 19th Farm Aid celebrated its 30th anniversary at Northerly Island in Chicago with an urgency and passion to spread the word, take action and broaden the awareness of the severe issues around farming in American. A perfect sunny day for an outdoor festival, the event started off with a press conference, speakers and opening ceremoies led by celebrity advocates Willie Nelson, Neil Young, John Mellencamp and Dave Matthews front and center.
Cuthbert Amphitheater on a beautiful early fall evening, a waxing moon shining through low scattered clouds, and Dark Star Orchestra kicking off the Fall Tour West...Nope, doesn't get much better than that. Although known for their awesome recreations of historic Grateful Dead shows, every now and then DSO will roll their own set lists at their audience like a pair of loaded dice and tonight was one of those shows.