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Carlos Xavier is proud to announce the release of his debut album Vive Todo Ahora featuring nine songs that embody the rich history and diverse nature of Salsa music, but with Carlos’ unique take on the genre he loves. From first listen, you can tell Carlos has created an album that will stand the test of time in the same caliber of artists that he was influenced by including Marc Anthony, DLG, Frankie Negron, Luis Enrique, and Michael Stuart.

Shoe Fest is proud to announce the first round lineup for the 9th annual festival.  Shoe Fest will once again be held at the beautiful and scenic Camp Shaw-Waw-Nas-See in Manteno, IL (less than 1 hour south of Chicago), Labor Day weekend (August 30-September 1).  Tickets are on sale now with a price increase this Friday, April 19th. Highlights of this year’s initial lineup are multi-Grammy winner and the king of newgrass, Sam Bush and the incomparable singer-songwriter Todd Snider.

In celebration of Ivan Neville’s upcoming 60th birthday, non-profit 30AMP Circuit proudly presents Ivan Neville’s Songbook Live – Piano Sessions Through the Ages on May 2nd, 2019 at Le Petit Theatre in New Orleans. Building on the tradition of Ivan Neville’s famed Jazzfest Piano Sessions, Songbook Live will showcase a distinct collection of songs, stories and very special musical guests uniquely curated to embody, and celebrate, Ivan’s prolific musical career.

97.3 KBCO (iHeartMedia-Denver) and Breckenridge Brewery are proud to announce details for On Tap with KBCO Live Music at Breckenridge Brewery. The charity concert series presents the co-headlining bill Dawes and Moon Taxi on August 10, 2019 at Breckenridge Brewery in Littleton, CO. Ticket proceeds benefit Take Note Colorado, which is a statewide initiative to provide access to musical instruments & instruction to every K-12 student in Colorado.

Since Frank Solivan left the cold climes of Alaska for the bluegrass hotbed of Washington, D.C., he’s built a reputation as a monster mandolinist — and become a major festival attraction with his band, Dirty Kitchen.

Today, Grateful Web is exclusively premiering below Charlotte, NC alt-rockers Of Good Nature’s music video for the title track from their recent album Timeless.

Produced by Danny Kalb (Beck, Ben Harper, Foster the People, The Movement) at White Star Sound, Timeless hit #3 on the Billboard reggae album chart. 

The title track sounds exactly how you’d expect. It’s timeless. The production and mixing are clean and on point, while the lyricism and instrumentation is simple yet compelling. 

Crack of Dawn show no signs of slowing down over 40 years into their illustrious musical career, releasing “Ol’ Skool”, a swooningly gorgeous nod to not only their soul-funk past but to their place at the throne of current-day smooth RnB.

Prog-rock pioneers Crack The Sky, who Rolling Stone Magazine calls “…the Best U.S. Prog Band You’ve Never Heard,” return to New York for the first time in over 20 years to play a special show at The Loft At City Winery Saturday, April 20, 2019. “For the last 20 years, our New York-area fans have had to travel south to come see us, so we are all very excited to finally bring the party to them,” said the band. “We couldn’t be more thrilled to play for them and return to New York City after all of these years. It’s long overdue!”

With three days of activities, On the Ocean Weekend celebrates Guster and the band’s fans, highlighted by a day-long festival at Thompson’s Point on Saturday, August 10th. The concert will feature two sets from the band, including a live performance of the full album Lost And Gone Forever, celebrating the 20th anniversary of the album’s release.

Since reactivating in mid-2016 the Squirrel Nut Zippers have been performing to packed houses across the country and around the world.  As band leader Jimbo Mathus has said since the band’s re-launch, ‘it’s not a reunion, it’s a revival!’ 

And the revival last year included the band’s first new studio album in eighteen years titled titled Beasts Of Burgundy.  The album debuted at #4 on the Billboard Jazz Albums Chart upon its release and the critics raved:

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