Join us this Friday, April 15th, and Saturday, April 16th, for the Inaugural MindSpring Music Festival at the St. Johns County Fairgrounds in St. Augustine, FL! Advance tickets are now available for only $40 (www.mmfest.com) or $50 at the gate. *A portion of all ticket proceeds benefit Autism Speaks.
The Time Is Right (4:20) celebrates the use of marijuana. Although custom-made to accompany the 4/20 holiday, this song could be considered a daily anthem for those who partake in the American version of afternoon tea.
Assembly of Dust today previews a full-length stream of their newest album Tales from The Oregon Trail, an energetic journey through some of the renowned jamband’s strongest material, recorded live in concert in Portland, Oregon. The album is available for live streaming now, with a commercial release date of May 3rd.
So Many Roads is a reality based travel series that will follow the Bohemians as they embark on 2016 Dead and Company summer tour. Alongside the show there will be a blog and podcast that will expand beyond the scope of the summer tour and bring followers on trips around the globe in the chase of the power of music.
Jam. Band. Apart, these two words are innocuous. Put them together, and they somehow become polarizing. Whatever your perceptions may be, there are a few characteristics that help give meaning to this loosely defined genre. First and foremost, the artists are expert musicians, masters of their instruments and playing styles. These bands are also marked by their relentless touring schedules, which naturally lend itself to the improv that is a hallmark of the live setting.
Billy & the Kids made their San Francisco debut on Saturday April 9, 2016 with a performance at The Warfield Theater with The Greyboy Allstars supporting. The previous night was Billy & the Kids’ first show in northern California, as Bob Weir joined the gang up at Bob’s Mill Valley venue Sweetwater Music Hall, an event that certainly dominated conversation amongst