Just a couple of weeks into 2018, Terrapin Crossroads in San Rafael, California, hosted its first House Party of the year with legendary proprietor Phil Lesh and his Terrapin Family Band performing three sets, each with its own guest guitarist, in the intimate bar/restaurant.
Whether you’re a fan of Reggae, or you’re just here for Cocoa the Tour Dog, Stick Figure has always found a way to keep their fans happy. As one of modern Reggae’s more entertaining bands to see live, they put out an energy that just cannot be replicated.
Stick Figure dropped their newest single, Easy Runaway, just in time to start off the weekend. Celebrating their current tour, the new single highlights the features we have come to expect from the group.
Pearl Jam announced today that they will host The Home Shows -- two headlining concerts at Safeco Field on Wednesday, August 8th and Friday, August 10th.
The Home Shows mark Pearl Jam’s first hometown appearance in five years plus the largest headlining concert event in Seattle since the Rolling Stones’ two-night stint at the Kingdome in 1981.
Both shows will spotlight efforts uniting the community to help alleviate Seattle-area homelessness.
DETROIT RISING: A COSMIC JAZZ FUNK ADVENTURE--an unprecedented project created by universally respected musicians, including current and original members of the archetypal funk band Parliament-Funkadelic, along with a selection of world class talent from across the country--is going to bring a new style of funk to audiences this spring.
Songwriters Hall of Fame inductee Chip Taylor (aka James Wesley Voight) is not one to rest on his laurels. The prolific award-winning songwriter has announced a March 2 release date for his latest album of compositions about the human condition, Fix Your Words, on Train Wreck Records. The personal - yet universal - appeal of Taylor’s songs is reinforced by the nostalgic family cover photo on the new CD, which pictures (left to right) Chip Taylor, plus brothers Barry and Jon Voight and their mother, Barbara.