Twin Within Share Live Album w/ Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra

Submitted by Auteur Research on Sun, 04/29/2018 - 2:48 pm

Hamilton Folk duo Twin Within has teamed up with the Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra and Hidden Pony Records for a live re-work of their 2015 album Horizontal Lines (released via Hidden Pony). The band collaborated with Chris Ledroit on the re-arrangement who has experience converting indie works to full orchestral arrangements for the Hamilton Philharmonic.

Central Jazz Festival June 19th!

Submitted by Cervantes Mast… on Sun, 04/29/2018 - 1:46 pm

KUVO, Dazzle, Central Presents and Feyline have teamed up to bring a legendary funk and jam music lineup to the historic and mystical mountain town of Central City, Colorado.

Central Jazz is the revival of the Central City Jazz Festival, which ran continuously from 1977 through 1992 and is resurfacing on June 9th, 2018 with an unparalleled lineup. This year will feature four stages in various locations throughout the town.

Rhythm Foundation 30th Anniversary with Marco Benevento

Submitted by The Rhythm Fou… on Sat, 04/28/2018 - 2:19 pm

As Miami New Times once said: “Without the Rhythm Foundation, Miami would be a quieter, less vibrant place.” Since 1988 The Rhythm Foundation has been a synonym of music quality and diversity. Featuring concerts and events by artists from all around the world and making music more accessible to the Miami community.

The 30th anniversary


Submitted by Kelly Hafner on Sat, 04/28/2018 - 1:38 pm

The Soul of South Austin Festival (SOSAFest) will rock the Whip In on Saturday May 12th with two alternating stages from the afternoon all the way until midnight - one inside and one outside! The Whip In offers a nice food menu and houses over 65 drafts, 300 retail craft beers & 400+ bottles of wine. FREE ADMISSION!


(5-6:30 School showcase / not associated with SOSA)

7-8 AllSkate (Brazilian soul)

8:30-9:30 Kelly Hafner (soul)

10-11:30 D-Madness (funk)



Dark Star Orchestra to Recreate Epic Grateful Dead '93 Buckeye Lake Show

Submitted by Musical Earth on Fri, 04/27/2018 - 11:13 am

Dark Star Orchestra is holding their seventh annual Dark Star Jubilee festival this coming Memorial Day May 25-27 at the venue which is now known as Legend Valley, in Thornville, Ohio. Back in 1993, it was known as Buckeye Lake Music Center, and on June 11, the Grateful Dead rolled into town. Nearly 25 years to the date, and at the same location, Dark Star Orchestra will be recreating the original band’s historic set during one of the night at The Jubilee in a rare, advanced announcement for the band to confirm a show they’re playing.

Steve Krase Expands His Blues Roots on New CD, "Just Waitin'

Submitted by Mark Pucci Media on Fri, 04/27/2018 - 10:44 am

World-class harmonica player Steve Krase expands his blues music into new territory on his fourth CD, Just Waitin’, coming June 15 on Connor Ray Music. Produced by Rock Romano (who also played bass and sang backing vocals), Just Waitin’ features Steve Krase (vocals and harmonica), backed by a solid cast of additional notables, including David Carter (guitars and backing vocals); Tamara Williams (drums, percussion and backing vocals); James Gilmer (percussion); Brian Jack (accordion); Mike Vee (rubboard); and Kenan Ozdemir (lead guitar).

4th Annual 'Ride for Ronnie' Motorcycle Ride and Concert Benefiting the Dio Cancer Fund

Submitted by W3 Public Relations on Fri, 04/27/2018 - 10:32 am

The Ronnie James Dio Stand Up and Shout Cancer Fund's fourth annual RIDE FOR RONNIE Motorcycle Ride and Concert, scheduled for Sunday, May 6, 2018, will feature some of today's most exciting and promising talents.

Jackson Emmer releases new album, 'Jukebox"

Submitted by HearthMusic on Fri, 04/27/2018 - 8:18 am

There’s a playfulness to the best old country songwriting, a kind of delight in turning a phrase, in surprising a listener. It’s a trick that Colorado Americana songwriter Jackson Emmer learned early on playing noisy bars in Aspen. Inspired equally by Tom Waits and Townes Van Zandt, Emmer weaves the kind of bittersweet, barroom ballads that Nashville songwriters used to fight over in the 70s. And if he understands the subtle humor of this old style of songwriting, it’s because he’s truly a student of American roots music.

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