Esoteric Recordings are proud to announce the release of an official limited edition deluxe boxed set of Yes founder CHRIS SQUIRE's legendary 1975 solo album FISH OUT OF WATER. Recorded in the late Spring and Summer of 1975 whilst Yes was on hiatus as members recorded their respective solo albums, FISH OUT OF WATER was a breath-taking work, and equal in standard to any Yes album in terms of sheer invention and creativity.
Grand Funk Railroad will be headlining the 2018 Flower Power Cruise, which visits Fort Lauderdale, Aruba, Curacao, Saint Maartens, Puerto Rico.
The SOLD-OUT Cruise runs from February 24-March 3, and Grand Funk joins February 28-March 1.
The line up on the cruise, also, includes Canned Heat, The Family Stone, Iron Butterfly, the Cowsills, Peter Noone, the Hollies, Peter Asher, Felix Cavaliere’s Rascals, the Guess Who, the Grass Roots, the Association, the Buckinghams, Mickey Dolenz (Monkees), Mark Lindsay.
North Carolina’s acclaimed indie-Americana quartet Mipso announce today an extensive Spring headline tour in support of their new album, Edges Run, out April 6th, 2018 via a freshly inked deal with AntiFragile Music. Mipso bring their distinctly unique sound - full of wistful beauty, hopeful undercurrents, and panoramic soundscapes - to 27 cities across North America, kicking off on April 6th in Jim Thorpe, PA at the Mauch-Chuck Opera House. From there, Mipso head up and down both the East and West Coasts and throughout the Midwest, to wrap on May 20th at Bell’s Café in Kalamazoo, MI.
Disc Jam Music Festival has announced the initial lineup for the 8th annual festival, held in Stephentown, NY just minutes from the Massachusetts border. The music-filled weekend features over 80 artists, along with Disc Golf Tournaments, Flow Tribe dancers, craft vending, yoga workshops and much more from June 7-10, 2018.
Following on the heels of their win for "Best Bluegrass Album" at the 2018 GRAMMYs, progressive bluegrass pioneers THE INFAMOUS STRINGDUSTERS are announcing a special co-headlining show with their friends YONDER MOUNTAIN STRING BAND at Colorado's famed Red Rocks Amphitheatre on Saturday, August 4. They'll be joined by special guests THE EARLS OF LEICESTER and HORSESHOES & HAND GRENADES.
Dark Star Orchestra came “high-stepping” into Eugene (Ore.) last Monday night and fulfilled their bold promise to “continue the Grateful Dead concert experience” which is no easy feat. A substantial, multi-generational crowd of familiar faces gathered to glow wild and celebrate the reawakening.
Mike Mizwinksi, popularly known as “Miz,” established himself as a guitar and songwriting talent in the mid-2000s paid his dues in the festival scene and elsewhere. His acoustic and electric guitar talents combined with strong vocals establish a devoted fan base, but Mike was destined for a more introspective musical evolution. His new album A Year Ago Today harkens some of the finest roots songwriters, obscurely enough to not step on the feet of his varied influences.
Occasionally a flower rises up out of the garden of humanity that stands alone in its beauty and inspiration. In this case, it does so in the form of the Barton Hills Choir out of Austin, Texas. Headed by elementary school choir director, Gavin Tabone, BHC made their big splash onto the music scene through the Dead Covers Project. Submitting refreshing renditions of “Touch of Grey” and “Ripple,” the Dead family was instantly charmed by these talented young vocalists. “And it’s been snowballing from there,” s
Midnight North on February 10 delivered a powerful and endearing three-hour show, dubbed “Experience CSN&Y,” that included a long and powerful set of Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young material. Phil Lesh and Eric Krasno guested on big chunks of the proceedings, which took place at Phil’s venerable Terrapin Crossroads in San Rafael, California.