Today, Southern Soul Assembly—an artist-in-the-round performance series featuring JJ Grey, Marc Broussard, Anders Osborne and Luther Dickinson—announces its highly anticipated follow-up tour, set to hit west coast venues in November 2014. The tour, which launches November 11 in Sandpoint, Idaho, hits 11 cities including Seattle, Washington, Portland and Eugene, Oregon, San Francisco and Los Angeles, CA, Denver and Boulder CO and others. See below for the SSA’s complete list o
Some consider Spring 1990 the last great Grateful Dead tour. That it may be. In spite of outside difficulties and downsides, nothing could deter the Grateful Dead from crafting lightness from darkness. They were overwhelmingly triumphant in doing what they came to do, what they did best - forging powerful explorations in music.
It's a rare opportunity for fans of American roots music to experience two modern masters of the banjo and fiddle together on one stage, performing a full set of originals and classics in a duo format. Following their spring/summer 2014 tour, GRAMMY® Award-nominated Noam Pikelny and 4-time GRAMMY® Award-winner Stuart Duncan hit the road again this October 2014 to appear at the following venues: Red Hat Amphitheater (Raleigh, NC: Oct. 4), Altamont Theatre (Asheville, NC: Oct. 5), Rams Head On Stage (Annapolis, MD: Oct.
Joe Marcinek Band (JMB) is proud to announce a series of midwest summer dates with special guests Allie Kral (formerly of Cornmeal), Janis Wallin (Family Groove Company), Steve Molitz (Particle) and Joe Hettinga (Strange Arrangement and Digital Tape Machine) with shows in Minneapolis, MN, Oshkosh and Milwaukee, WI, Bloomington, Crystal Lake and Crown Point, IL, and Indianapolis, Lafayette and Nashville, IN.Joe Marcinek Band is an ever evolving mi
NYC-based jam band Jesus On The Mainline announces the release of their debut self-titled EP, out today. 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.
Severn Records announces an August 19 release date of For Pops (A Tribute to Muddy Waters), a very special CD from Mud Morganfield, son of the legendary bluesman, and Kim Wilson, singer/harmonica player of the iconic roots group, The Fabulous Thunderbirds, saluting the classic blues music of Mud’s father in the 100th anniversary year of his birth.The genesis for this recording project was simple, according to Severn president David Earl. “I couldn’t ignore all the requests,” he said.
Tickets go on sale July 18th for Widespread Panic’s highly anticipated 2014 Fall Tour. Along with the Fall tour, Widespread Panic is providing a myriad of unique opportunities to experience their music, including performances at Gathering of The Vibes Music Festival, Lockn’ Music Festival & Phases Of The Moon Music + Art Festival.
Medeski Scofield Martin & Wood have announced a North American tour this December to support their forthcoming studio album, Juice, out September 16 from Indirecto Records. The ten-night run will be preceded by a 14-date tour of Europe in November. Beginning at 9:30 Club in Washington, D.C. on December 4, MSMW will play select shows in both the Northern and Southeastern United States, highlighted by a hometown performance at Terminal 5 in NYC on December 11.
Following an already action-packed summer that has included both Summer Camp Music Festival and Wakarusa Music Festival, Mountain Standard Time begins their July residency at Cervantes’ Masterpiece Ballroom Other Side as part of the venue’s weekly bluegrass concert series, “Grass For That Ass.” The band will perform four consecutive Thursdays at Cervantes’ Other Side featuring a towering list of supporting artists including Yarn, The Drunken Hearts, Caribou Mountain Collective and many more, plus additional artists join the