Mike Aiken's new video, "Virginia," features a unique and personal view of the Commonwealth this singer/songwriter calls home. "Virginia" is the latest single from Aiken's critically-acclaimed sixth studio album, CAPTAINS & COWBOYS, released on Northwind Records.
This should be our state song" -Paul Shugrue, NPR - WHRV, Norfolk, VA
The California Roots Music and Arts Festival delivers top tier reggae and roots music to thousands of fans in Monterey, California each year. The festival and organizers are dedicated in their commitment to creating an environmentally conscious event that benefits the surrounding community, educates and engages the attending fans, and provides a music festival model that is truly sustainable.
In celebration of the Dead & Company shows at Folsom Field on Friday, June 9th and Saturday, June 10th, we are thrilled to announce the inaugural Shakedown Street on the Hill! This FREE outdoor street fair will be held on Saturday, June 10th on University Hill along 13th Street and College Avenue! This Pre-Dead & Company street festival features live music, vendors plus a craft beer and spirits garden (21+).
Come one, come all! We're celebrating the 40th anniversary of The Grateful Dead Movie this Thursday night. Round up your favorite Grateful guys and gals and mosey on over to your local theater at 7pm. We'll be kicking things off with an exclusive look at footage from the upcoming Grateful Dead documentary, Long Strange Trip, and rounding out the pre-show sneak peeks with a never-before-seen mini-documentary about the band's legendary May 8, 1977 show at Cornell University.
Today Moogfest announces their last and final additions to the 2017 festival, rounding out an already impressive lineup with DJ Premier, Zola Jesus, King Britt, Jana Hunter, Baltra, IDEO, Modular on the Spot, and Durham music collective The Floor.
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In their 1986 classic, The Judds sang “Grandpa (Tell Me ‘Bout The Good Ol’ Days)”. The lyrics from that song that still evoke feelings of nostalgia for their millions of fans to this day and Naomi and Wynonna want fans to help them remember the 'Good Ol’ Days’ from their celebrated career.
It’s a dark little bar, named after Guy Clark’s bass player, that’s tucked into a lost corner of Brooklyn’s Williamsburg neighborhood. The band’s crammed up on the stage, nearly spilling into the audience, and young couples are two-stepping around the edges.