GRAMMY® Award winning artist Patty Griffin has announced a headlining tour beginning February 28 in Los Angeles, CA, making her way through historic venues across North America including The Town Hall in New York, NY, and the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, TN. Tickets for most shows go on sale next Friday, January 18. European dates and further North American touring will be announced soon.
Beatles vs. Stones - A Musical Showdown, performing Wednesday, January 23 at the Boulder Theater, is offering complimentary tickets to federal employees impacted by the government shutdown. The show starts at 8:00 pm.
Federal employees are limited to two complimentary tickets per person and must show a valid government ID. This offer is based on availability and tickets may be obtained at the box office on the day of show only. The offer is valid if the government shutdown is still in place on the day of the show.
Toots and The Maytals brought their upbeat brand of Reggae to the Abacoa Amphitheater in Jupiter, Florida on Sunday night. The warm South Florida evening got a little hotter with one of reggae’s most energetic bands taking the stage.
Led by Toots Hiibbert, the 76-year-old Grammy Award winning singer delighted the crowd with his deep soulful voice and exuberant string of hits to both dance and sing along to.
Progressive-rock and space-synth outfit Papadosio are proud to announce a slew of North American tour dates this spring. The new headlining dates come in addition to the quintet’s previously announced winter tour dates which will kick off in the Colorado mountains this weekend. Tickets for all spring tour dates will go on sale this Friday, January 18th, and can be purchased via papadosio.com/. A full list of new and previously announced tour dates are below.
Breakout singer, songwriter and performer Jade Bird’s highly anticipated, self-titled debut LP will be released April 19 via Glassnote Records and is now available for pre-order. Apple Music’s Beats 1 is featuring new single “I Get No Joy” as World Record today. Of the song, Jade explains, “This song is about the stream of thought that runs through your head at all times as an over thinker.
Unfolding its surprises as it progresses, Umphrey’s McGee has always been a creative conglomerate designed to peel back the layers of musical expression and re-define the realm of artistic possibilities. At the core of that lies one Ryan Stasik, a father figure and family man by day; a hard-slapping, trailblazing pioneer of a bassist by night.
A performance from Baxter makes a large venue like Brooklyn Steel seem intimate and personal. The lyrics to his songs feel like a conversation, a musing on life experiences that everyone in the audience can relate to on some level or another. With a mix of soft melodies like “Yellow Eyes” and rock-inspired songs such as “Bad Things,” Baxter put on a show that was multi-faceted and dynamic.