The Grateful Web's Sam Holloway trekked up to Jackson Hole last weekend to cover the inaugural Jackson Hole Music Festival. Sam is working on his write-up now, but in the interim we invite you to check out his photos from the weekend. Jackson Hole is one of the loveliest places in the lower 48 and we cannot think of a more pretty setting for a music festival. Thanks to the folks who put on the even
"Tennessee, Tennessee, there ain't no place I'd rather be, Baby won't you carry me back to Tennessee." As I packed up the car and prepared for my road trip, I couldn't shake the lyrics of 'Tennessee Jed' off my mind. Chicago, IL to Manchester, TN – 534 miles. This was going to be my triumphant return to the festival I had grown to love in its first three years, but hadn't been able to get back to since 2004. Bonnaroo, for some, is the pinnacle of music festivals across the nation a
Conscious Alliance is proud to announce a very special late night Rebel Alliance Jam on Saturday, August 16th. This Saturday is a full moon at YarmonyGrass, and a memorable highlight of the weekend's festivities will certainly be The Rebel Alliance Jam in the Revival Tent.
MONOLITH FESTIVAL presented by Esurance, happening at Red Rocks Amphitheatre on September 13th and 14th, today announces two VIP events open only to MONOLITH VIP Gold Pass ticketholders: the Official MONOLITH Kick-Off Party featuring Cloud Cult, The Dutchess & the Duke, and Young Coyotes on September 12 at the Bluebird Theatre, and the Official MONOLITH Afterparty at Red Rocks Amphitheatre in the Underground on Saturday, September 13 featuring performances from The Hood Internet, White Williams, Passion Pit, Candy Coated Killahz, Boyhol
Presenters Twiin Productions - in association with Jacalyn Kane Productions of the second annual WEST BEACH MUSIC & ARTS FESTIVAL set for September 12, Saturday, September 13 and Sunday, September 14 - have announced George Clinton and Parliament/Funkadelic with special guest Lili Haydn. They join the event's all-star music line-up that already includes Ziggy Marley, Jason Mraz, Natasha Bedingfield and Big Head Todd & The Monsters.
Sunday morning hit me like a ton of bricks. I'd been out for the first day of Mile High, leaving sometime around 1:30 am for the drive home, and only slept about 6 hours before I was out of bed again. In some ways, being able to sleep at home was a bonus. I got to shower, for example. But leaving the scene of the crime takes the fight out of a person, makes them soft. To beat the elements, be they natural or of man's design, one must enter a Zen-like state of self-preservation. Stamina and persistence are
The early Saturday morning sun heralded a very warm day to come, but the sky was clear and looked like it would be a beautiful day. After uploading the photos I took from the day before onto my computer, I sat at my campsite and typed in Day Three's festival memories. I hauled my computer over to the VIP Chill Tent for lunch and while waiting to connect with my other photographer, I sent out Friday's report.
I'm pretty weary this morning as I write about yesterday's great bands. I was kept awake all night last night by a group of campers who were still keyed up after George Clinton's fantastic set. These folks brought their own karaoke setup and some would-be rapper laid really bad rhymes on us. I finally got a couple of hours sleep after security pulled the plug on them after two warnings.