July 2017

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The latest collaboration for the coming Brooklyn Comes Alive features members from two prominent bands out of Buffalo, NY. At this year's festival, members from moe. — one of the scene's most well known and respected acts — will join members of one the hottest up-and-coming bands on the scene today, Aqueous. This collaboration, known as moe.queous, will include a set of moe. songs, Aqueous songs, and choice covers, which can only be experienced at Brooklyn Comes Alive.

2017 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductees YES and longtime drummer Alan White have today (7/26) announced that Dylan Howe, son of guitarist Steve Howe, will be joining the band's rhythm section on this summer's 31-date North American YESTIVAL tour creating a twin drum powerhouse alongside White, in similar fashion that Bill Bruford and White brought on their Union Tour in the early 1990s with two drummers playing simultaneously.
 

Though Ryan Wong’s boyish charm might be obvious to anyone who’s seen him perform solo or with his group the Cool Ghouls, what might not be obvious about the artist behind More Milk is that he is, in fact, lactose intolerant. What’s up with that? What kind of milk are we talking about anyway?

Balsam Range is overjoyed with the news of today’s IBMA Awards Nominations in the following eight categories: Entertainer of the Year, Vocal Group of the Year, Instrumental Group of the Year, Song of the Year: “Blue Collar Dreams”, Album of the Year: Mountain Voodoo, Gospel Recorded Event of the Year: “Wish You Were Here”, Male Vocalist of the Year: Buddy Melton, and Bass Player of the Year: Tim Surrett!

Gregory Alan Isakov will embark on a U.S. tour this August, including a series of co-headlining shows with Blind Pilot, a date supporting The Head and the Heart and a headline performance at the 27th Rocky Mountain Folks Festival. Tickets for all dates are on-sale now. See below for complete itinerary.

Just back from their third European tour, THE VEGABONDS are gearing up to hit the road again this week. Kicking off this Thursday, July 27 in Kalamazoo, MI, the tour will take the Alabama-born, Nashville-based five-piece throughout the East Coast with stops in Chicago (7/30), Milwaukee (8/8), Washington, D.C. (8/12), Brooklyn (8/15), Athens (9/9), Birmingham (9/22), Charlotte (9/23), Kansas City (9/28), and Baton Rouge (10/5), among other cities; see below for a complete list of dates.