CMH Records' Country Music Heritage Compilation Out Nov. 24

Submitted by RECKONING PR on Sun, 10/22/2017 - 3:11 pm

Los Angeles-based CMH RECORDS will release Country Music Heritage: The Legacy of CMH Records on Black Friday 2017, November 24.  Featuring a wide array of artists culled from the label's 40-plus years of music history, the 14-song set will be issued in a limited-edition 180-gram vinyl, gatefold package.  The album will be released digitally as well on December 1.  The album's first focus track is "Charlotte's Web" by The Pinnacle Boys, produced by Sonny Osborne of The Osborne Brothers.

Exclusive Pearl Jam Let's Play Two Extended Screenings

Submitted by Pearl Jam on Sun, 10/22/2017 - 3:02 pm

Sonos and Pearl Jam have teamed up to host exclusive extended screenings of the documentary film Let's Play Two on October 25th in select cities. These events are the first time that Pearl Jam fans will have the opportunity to view 45 minutes of bonus, not-seen-in-theaters footage before the official home video release on November 17th.

Stick Figure Single + Tour Dates

Submitted by Press Junkie PR on Sat, 10/21/2017 - 6:21 pm

Fan-favorite reggae act Stick Figure, led by the multi-talented frontman, songwriter, and producer Scott Woodruff as well as the beloved Cocoa the Tour Dog, will be teaming up with jamband powerhouse Twiddle for a 17-show run across the country, with additional support from LA-based reggae group Iya Terra. The organic link between jambands and reggae has been clearly drawn with the announcement of the Above the Storm Tour, a traveling representation of top up and comers in each respective scene.


Winnie Brave's Cheap Gin Available Now

Submitted by Auteur Research on Sat, 10/21/2017 - 2:52 pm

Winnie Brave are a husband-and-wife, highway-stormin’, Americana/country-soul duo. They tour in a 1976 Winnebago with their two dogs and two old guitars. Space is tight but they love to log the miles and play their music to folks all across the country. They've recently released their latest album which is entitled, 'Cheap Gin'.


Terrapin Crossroads steps in to host M. Ward

Submitted by folk yeah on Sat, 10/21/2017 - 2:26 pm
Terrapin Crossroads welcomes M. Ward with open arms to the Grate Room on October 29th. Our thoughts are with our friends at Gundlach Bundschu as they work tirelessly to open their winery doors to the public, after what has already been an emotional and exhausting couple of weeks fighting the fires back. 

Greensky Bluegrass & Fruition | Salvage Station

Submitted by Caleb A. Calhoun on Sat, 10/21/2017 - 12:41 pm

The sound of Anders Beck’s dobro cuts through the crisp October air, animating as it were, the twenty-five-hundred-plus friends gathered here to witness this. Asheville, NC in the fall is, by any measure, a lovely place to be. Gathered down on the banks of the French Broad river, at The Salvage Station, a venue that manages to be somehow both expansive and inclusive, I can’t think of any place I would rather be.

Hurricane Relief Benefit @ Fox Theatre - featuring: Funky Electric Music Allstars (FEMA)

Submitted by Fox Theater on Sat, 10/21/2017 - 11:19 am

Join us for an all-star benefit show featuring Cyril Neville and Gaynielle Neville, Bill McKay (Derek Trucks Band, Leftover Salmon), Jordan Linit (Analog Son, Kinetix), Tori Pater (Dyrty Byrds, Polytoxic),Chadzilla (Polytoxic), Charlie Martens, Emily Clark, and Ashley Niven Fairman. Also featuring Jaden Carlson Band and Cass Clayton and the Riders. 100% of proceeds will benefit hurricane victims through a partnership with MusiCares, the non-profit arm of the Grammy’s. Full ticket price goes to the cause (excluding ticket fees).

KIMOCK | Satellite City | Review

Submitted by Dylan Muhlberg on Fri, 10/20/2017 - 6:40 pm

Guitarist, bandleader, and composer Steve Kimock already had an impressively diverse backdrop of music before co-founding KIMOCK, taking a notion from a creative apex following his previous album, the deeply personal and experimental Last Danger of Frost. The veteran multi-genre improvisor admitted in an interview with Grateful Web that he wanted to explore a side his musical self that was lesser seen onstage. His potently cascading compositions have always taken focus, each song is a journey and the payoff is blissful yet unpredictable.

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