Earning rave reviews for their acclaimed self-titled debut album--which has achieved Top Ten status on the Americana Airplay chart and reached #2 on the Roots Music Report (country) chart--WYNONNA & THE BIG NOISE look forward to an eventful spring and summer on the road.
As previously announced, G Fest organizers are continuing plans for the inaugural event in honor of the late Okie from Muskogee, Merle Haggard. The festival, which features some of the biggest names in Country, Rock and Americana, along with the best up-and-coming and local talent, will take place as scheduled June 16-18 in Muskogee, Okla. Additionally, GRAMMY-award winning singer/songwriter Kacey Musgraves will perform at the festival to celebrate one of her heroes.
Jamey Johnson, Blackberry Smoke, Corey Smith, Love and Theft, Rising Appalachia, The Marcus King Band, Zach Nugent’s Dead Set featuring Melvin Seals (Melvin Seals & JGB), Russ Lawton (Trey Anastasio Band, Soule Monde), Tony Markellis (Trey Anastasio Band), Vinnie Amico (moe.), and Colin Lenox (Dead Set) have been added to the first annual Deep Roots Mountain Revival Festival
Liver Down The River has followed up their debut EP with a full length album titled Life You Love. The album consists of 13 all original songs that really showcase not just their incredible musical ability, but also their strength in songwriting. The band’s goal was to replicate the magic they bring to their live performances and capture that in a studio setting, and Liver Down The River did just that.
Meeting on the Mountain LIVE is a collaborative live broadcast experience, set to kick off its second season of shows. Grant Farm is the house band with Tyler Grant hosting. The rousing live one-hour broadcast includes performances as well as interviews with each act and gives Grant Farm the opportunity to collaborate with some of their favorite musicians.
MerleFest, presented by Window World, has wrapped up its 29th year. Early estimates show that from its start on Thursday, April 28, to its close on Sunday, May 1, aggregate participation over the festival’s four days was approximately 74,500 participants. MerleFest, held on the campus of Wilkes Community College, is the primary fundraiser for the WCC Endowment Corporation, funding scholarships, capital projects and other educational needs.
The first night of this three-night Dark Star Orchestra run at the Boulder Theater was powerful, exciting, and fun. They played the first night of Red Rocks 1978, which was on August 30th, and it featured the first time ever played “’I Need a Miracle,” “Stagger Lee,” and “If I Had the World to Give.” Many of the patrons of the Boulder Theater were extremely happy as the buzz went around the venue of which show it was.