The Hoxeyville Music Festival today announces the lineup for this summer’s multi-day event. The talent includes such diverse acts as Michigan’s own Greensky Bluegrass, plus Hard Working Americans (Feat. Todd Snider, Dave Schools, Neal Casal, Chad Staehly, Duane Trucks), Jeff Austin Band (Feat. Danny Barnes, Ross Martin and Eric Thorin) and many more performing on the festival’s two stages.
While the “core four” remaining members of the Grateful Dead are hanging up their collective spurs this Fourth of July weekend, Dark Star Orchestra has no intention of ending their road warrior ways. Dark Star will be in Chicago for the festivities and a performance for the Rex Foundation on July second, and it only seems fitting; they’ve been long considered the top tier of the Grateful Dead cover band food chain.
Brotherly Love Productions is excited to announce the very first Roosevelt Collier South Florida Get Down featuring legendary musicians Oteil
Rounding out their biggest headlining lineup to date, Umphrey’s McGee will be playing two nights at Legend Valley in Thornville, Ohio (approximately 20 minutes East of Columbus, Ohio), alongside previously announced artists The Werks, Papadosio and Dopapod for The Werk Out Music & Arts Festival, held August 6-8.
The Grateful Dead are widely considered the first “jam band.” Within the world of rock and roll, jam bands are noted for their extended improvisations and even experimental departures from traditional song structure (think Dark Star, Drumz & Space, and of course, Seastones).
Z2 Entertainment is proud to present The Drunken Hearts featuring special guests Tim Carbone (of Railroad Earth) and Duane Trucks (of Hard Working Americans) at the Fox Theatre on Saturday, May 9th, 2015. Tickets are on sale March 27th for $15 advanced or $18 day of show.
THE DRUNKEN HEARTS ARE ON THE RISE, AND FAST! WITH A SOLD OUT SHOW AT THE FOX LAST YEAR, THIS YEAR’S SHOW FEATURING TIM CARBONE (OF RAILROAD EARTH) AND DUANE TRUCKS (OF HARD WORKING AMERICANS) IS NOT TO BE MISSED!!!
We've got quite the supergroup in store for you Saturday night at NedFest: Dave Schools, Neal Casal, Todd Snyder, Chad Staehly, Duane Trucks (yes, another one of those Truckses), and Jesse Aycock will knock your socks off with high-energy working class rock and roll! Want a taste? Check out the trailer from Justin Kreutzman's movie "The First Waltz" that he filmed about the band last year: https://youtu.be/mIV0SsIX0gE