NYC-based jam band Jesus On The Mainline announces the release of their new single “War” from their debut EP, out summer 2014. Their sound is reminiscent of rock greats The Black Crowes and Janis Joplin, while simultaneously drawing influences from blues, jazz and funk classics like Stevie Wonder, Louis Armstrong and Quincy Jones. This fifteen-piece band fuses jazz, soul, bluegrass and rock for an improvisational music experience that is unique from show to show.
Today (4/8) THE STRING CHEESE INCIDENT and USAToday.com exclusively premiered a behind the scenes, in-studio performance video for new track “So Far From Home,” from the band’s upcoming album SONG IN MY HEAD out April 29 on SCI Fidelity Records/Loud & Proud Records. Check it out here: http://usat.ly/PLGbeZ.
Nederland, Colorado natives, The Magic Beans are thrilled to release their first double album Sites & Sounds. This double album showcases the band's multifaceted, genre-blending, music through original song writing and years of road-testing. The first disc, Sites features The Bean's roots-music side highlighting their mastery of rock, bluegrass, and americana.
Jeff Austin is on tour this spring with Danny Barnes (banjo and vocals), Eric Thorin (bass and vocals), and Ross Martin (guitar and vocals). They will be touring together throughout the year and also have been in the studio with a number of other friends, heroes and mentors to record an album.The tour loops through the southeast starting in Knoxville before heading over to Atlanta and Greensboro and then landing at the Aiken Bluegrass Festival.
There are many traditions associated with summer and for the last seven years, performing at U.S. amphitheaters has become a tradition for SLIGHTLY STOOPID and their fans. This summer, SLIGHTLY STOOPID will bring their “SUMMER SESSIONS 2014” tour to 25 cities nationwide. Helping them deliver the ultimate jam session, this year’s lineup includes D.I.Y.