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Citizen Cope Announces New Album & Headlining Tour

Citizen Cope (songwriter and producer Clarence Greenwood) is proud to announce the release of his fifth album, ‘One Lovely Day’ (July 17, Rainwater Recordings / MRI / RED).  Recorded in Brooklyn and written / produced by Clarence, the sounds on ‘One Lovely Day’ are Southern rural, big sky lonely, concrete urban, and painfully romantic.
 
For over a decade, Citizen Cope has been building a profoundly dedicated following, tirelessly bringing

Smoky Soul, Sunny Folk Unveiled by Chicago Industry Vets Van Ghost

Van Ghost's smoky southern rock and fine-tuned soul balladry will be unleashed July 17 with the release of their label debut, 'The Domino Effect.'  Led by veteran Chicago music promoter Michael Harrison Berg and the inimitable, larger-than-life voice of Jennifer Hartswick - a veteran of the Trey Anastasio Band who has shared the stage with The Rolling Stones, Dave Matthews, Carlos Santana, an

Spectrum Road: Jack Bruce, Cindy Blackman Santana, Vernon Reid & John Medeski

Spectrum Road is a groundbreaking collaboration between four giants of modern music: Jack Bruce, Vernon Reid, John Medeski and Cindy Blackman Santana.  Born from a shared passion for the music of legendary drummer Tony Williams, the band will release their self-titled debut album on June 5 through Palmetto Records.

Len Dell’Amico's Everything Must Go

Dear Dead Heads:

In 1980, the Grateful Dead needed a director to shoot the planned multi-city broadcast of their Halloween show from Radio City Music Hall.   They brought a guy named Len Dell’Amico out to San Francisco for an interview, and he managed to navigate through one large Hell’s Angel and some fat, potent spliffs sufficiently well to persuade Jerry Garcia that he was the guy for the job.  The result was Dead Ahead, which went on to become a platinum home video.