The inaugural Catalpa Festival is coming to New York City on July 28th + 29th 2012 from 1pm to 11pm and is lining up to be the year’s most unique and original music and lifestyle event. Taking place on the remarkable Randall’s Island, just to the Eastern side of Manhattan, the festival is set beautifully to the backdrop of the world’s most famous skyline.
Beer. Two Brothers brews it, Old Shoe sings about it. The sheer appearance of the sphere of beer and a brewery inhabited by beer enthusiasts inspires a severe tear that quickly disappears due to the cheer that surrounds the sound that you hear from music, sweet music. It was the meeting of two great gears like Venus and Jupiter both visible in the night sky in the open courtyard when Two Brothers Brewing
Railroad Earth is wrapping up their spring tour with final stops in Richmond VA, Baltimore MD, Hampden Sydney VA and Philadelphia before they start their busy festival season where they will be making appearances at festivals around the country.
Submitted by Tim Hurley on Wed, 03/21/2012 - 13:58
What has become an annual winter pilgrimage to Denver’s Fillmore Auditorium for progressive rock stalwarts Umphrey's McGee should now be considered a must-see event for area music fans. Judging by the variety of ages, fashions, and general enthusiasm shown by those in attendance, coupled with the fact that the performance sold out weeks in advance, it would appear that word has already gotten out.
Bob Weir, a founding member of the Grateful Dead, will perform with members of Brooklyn, NY-based The National in “The Bridge Session,” a free live concert to be broadcast on Yahoo! Music originating from Weir’s TRI Studios on Saturday, March 24th.
Indie acoustic quintet Elephant Revival will return home to Colorado to play some shows behind its sophomore release, BREAK IN THE CLOUDS (June 2011, Ruff Shod/Nettwerk Records), with praise for its songwriting, instrumentation, multi-genre style and spirit ringing in its ears.
The melodic, finely tuned songs are a tribute to the collaborative songwriting talents of each band member,” -Chicago Sun-Times
Eric Erlandson, guitarist, songwriter and cofounder (with Courtney Love) of the band Hole has confirmed a book tour in support of Letters to Kurt (April 8 / Akashic), an elegy for his friend Kurt Cobain.