There’s no bigger champion of vinyl than Jack White and he will honor ‘Making Vinyl’ with his presence on Nov. 6 at the Westin Book Cadillac Hotel as the keynote speaker, capping a full day of sessions of experts discussing all aspects of the astounding rebirth of the global record manufacturing industry.
Kenny Rogers’ musical career has touched many different styles of music throughout various generations, and his farewell performance to Nashville, All In For The Gambler, served as a reminder of the musical impact that his career has had – and will continue to make for years to come.
The musicians that make up Phish are relentless students and teachers of musical prowess, theory, and expression. It seems as though they never rest and constantly create. After a powerful three nights at Dick’s Sporting Good Park in Colorado a month and a half ago, bassist Mike Gordon was back with his solo band to close his tour in the mountains at the elegant Boulder Theater.
Cousin Earth, one of Brooklyn's most buzz-worthy bands, has been hosting their one-night-only, mid-winter music festival for 7 years. This year's show, held at the Knitting Factory, promises to be bigger and better than ever featuring some of the Northeast festival scene's most beloved rising stars including Space Carnival, Teddy Midnight and headliner Bella's Bartok.
New York City and Halloween has always been a powerful combination for the best of music events in the Gotham underground. An often misty and dark setting of murky skyscrapers accompanies the epic jams that have been through this city over the years. Jefferson Airplane and the Grateful Dead to name a few have played memorable Halloween shows in the city and as Jerry Garcia told the audience on the live feed for the famous simulcast show broadcast throughout the nation at MSG, “stay tuned folks the show is going to be frightening!”.
The Cuckoos have signed a distribution deal with Republic of Music following the success of their self-titled debut EP, released in April 2017. "Republic of Music are delighted to be working with The Cuckoos," explains Mark McQuillan, Managing Director at Republic of Music. "As soon as I heard their excellent EP I knew it was a band we could work with and help build their profile. Great tunes and real promise." Through Republic of Music, the band will be re-releasing their aforementioned EP, featuring a new song "A Little Bit Funky", on 11/24.
The 14th annual Emerald Cup proudly announces its phase one artist announcement. The Emerald Cup will take place at the Sonoma County Fairgrounds in Santa Rosa, CA from December 9-10, 2017. This year’s impressive lineup already brings the legendary Roots, Gramatik, Hieroglyphics, Pimps of Joytime, Chali 2NA with another wave of artists to be announced.
As soon as the sound of Ragged Union’s music fills a listener’s ears, the subtle cleverness of their name hits home. They play bluegrass — a genre known for being anything but ragged. On the contrary, it requires attention, precision, and of course, careful uniting of diverse instrumental and vocal skills. The band’s second album, Time Captain, releasing Oct. 27, confirms just how adroitly the band’s six individual talents merge into one well-meshed whole.