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Dark Star Jubilee Artist Announcement

Today, Dark Star Orchestra announces the first round of artists to perform at The Dark Star Jubilee – a multi-day, multi-stage music festival happening August 31 – September 2 at Legend Valley in Thornville, Ohio.

Cornmeal at Fox Theatre | Boulder, CO | 11.18.11

KGNU & Z2 Entertainment are proud to present Cornmeal at the Fox Theatre on Friday, November 18th.  Tickets go on sale Friday, September 16th for $15.00 in advance and $15.00 day of show.

Leftover Salmon Announces Northeast Tour Dates

Jam scene innovators Leftover Salmon are announcing four Northeast dates for fall 2011. This will be the band's first tour through the region in 8 years. Founding members Drew Emmitt and Vince Herman will be joined by Greg Garrison (bass), Andy Thorn (banjo), Bill McKay (keys) and Jose Martinez (drums). Emmitt says that these dates and addition of banjoist Andy Thorn are the start of a brand new era for the band and that they are thrilled to be kicking it all off in some of their favorite Northeast cities.
Tickets will go on sale through the band’s ticketing website this Thursday, June 9th at 10am EST. All remaining tickets will be available through the venue box offices.
The unmistakable sound of Colorado’s Leftover Salmon fuses an unrivaled improvisational fervor to a dizzying combination of bluegrass, Cajun, funk, Southern rock, boogie, Caribbean, Latin, and jazz influences. Over their 22+ year career, Leftover Salmon has earned a legion of diehard fans, critical accolades, and a reputation as one of the most exciting and engaging concert experiences to ever hit the road. For more on Leftover Salmon visit: www.leftoversalmon.com

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Leftover Salmon September Tour Dates
9/20 Recher Theatre, Baltimore (Cornmeal opens)
9/21 The Birchmere, DC (Elephant Revival opens)
9/22 World Café Live, Wilmington MD (Cornmeal opens)
9/23 Brooklyn Bowl (Cornmeal opens)

Cornmeal announces Summer plans and Chicago Live Podcast

Along with hitting the festival circuit extensively this summer (including Summer Camp, Wakarusa, Telluride Bluegrass Festival and many more), Cornmeal has announced a run of summer shows hitting the Midwest and west coast and every point in between.  Cornmeal recently took a break in their hometown of Chicago to visit the set of Chicago Live!, you can check out the podcast here.

For a full list of Cornmeal's upcoming shows & news, check out www.cornmealinthekitchen.com

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Just announced shows include:

June 23rd

Arrowhead Campground

Grassy, MO

July 1st

Nelson Ledges

Garrettsville, OH

July 16th

Nutty’s North

Sioux Falls, SD

July 17th

The Aquarium

Fargo, ND

July 22nd

Wild Buffalo House of Music

Bellingham, WA

July 24th

A Club

Spokane, WA

July 26th

Liquid Lounge

Boise, ID

July 27th

Mangy Moose

Teton Village, WY

July 28th

The State Room

Salt Lake City, UT

w/ Elephant Revival

July 29th

Hard Rock Café on the Strip

Las Vegas, NV

July 30th

Café Du Nord

San Francisco, CA

August 2nd

The Casbah

San Diego, CA

August 3rd

The Compound Grill

Phoenix, AZ

August 4th

The Mint

Los Angeles, CA

August 5th

Crystal Bay Club Casino

Crystal Bay, NV

August 10th

Club Congress

Tucson, AZ

August 11th

Flagstaff Brewing Company

Flagstaff, AZ

August 12th

Santa Fe Brewing Company

Santa Fe, NM

August 13th

State Bridge

Bond, CO

Cornmeal Announces New Years Eve 2010 plans

At last Saturday’s annual post Thanksgiving show in Chicago Cornmeal announced, on stage, their plans for New Years.  Cornmeal will be playing at Durty Nellie’s in Palatine, IL, a suburb to Chicago.  Cornmeal is taking the month of December off from a busy year of touring and are looking forward to kicking off 2011 with their hometown friends, family, and fans! Keep your eye out for details regarding the evening’s festivities.

The show at Durty Nellie’s will also kick off  a string of January shows starting with Jam Cruise and then multiple shows in Texas, Oklahoma and an extended stay in Colorado.

Check out Grateful Web's interview with Cornmeal.

Denver Feasts on Cornmeal

Yep, even in Illinois they like their grass blue.  The Chicago-based progressive bluegrass outfit Cornmeal is proof of that.  Combining elements of traditional bluegrass, country, roots, modern rock, and improvisational jam the group fosters a unique and pleasing sound that wins over fans across a host of genres.