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Hangtown Halloween Ball Announces 2nd Wave Lineup

Railroad Earth's 4th annual Hangtown Halloween Ball announces their second wave of the lineup including moe., Brothers Comatose,

Catch Poor Man's Whiskey @ Fairfield Theater | 7/20/14

Join Poor Man's Whiskey in a special evening of their original Nor-Cal hoe-down and jams as well as a special set of their favorite "Old and in the Way" tunes at the Fairfield Theater in Fairfield, CT this Sunday night, 7/20.

Jelly Bread, Live with Blue Stone Mojo @ Quixotes True Blue

Jelly Bread’s musical alchemy blends a dash of alt-rock with soul and funk, yet is thoroughly steeped in Rock-Americana. The band’s chameleonic playlist is highlighted by dual vocals, four part harmonies, in-the-pocket drum and bass grooves, swampy lap steel guitar, dirt under the fingernails guitar licks, and take-’em-to-church organ that is downright appetizing.

Drive-By Truckers Announce New Fall Tour Dates + Film

Since the March release of their 12th studio LP, English Oceans, the Drive-By Truckers have barely had a moment's rest since embarking upon tour dates that have taken them throughout the U.S. and Europe. This September and October the band will make their way around the country, playing rock shows with St. Paul & the Broken Bones, Houndmouth, Lucero, Lee Bains & The Glory Fires and more.

The Southern Soul Assembly Announce Run of Shows in November

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

Forecastle Festival 2014 | Preview

Fore·cas·tle (f’ok_sol) n. ~ A superstructure at the bow of a ship where the crew is housed. Hard at work in the unruly sea, it is a place workers gather to unwind after a hard day of labor. Simply put, it is a place where people come together.

Phish | Mann Music Center & SPAC | 2014 | Review

Let’s Talk Phish... "The Phish from Burlington Vermont are morphing and evolving and thrusting forward with the momentum of an unstoppable freight train into uncharted realms”. John Baker – WARP Radio

D.O.T.S. C.O.N.F.U.S.E. M.I.N.D.S. | On Patrol | Review

As a general rule, I tend to avoid double albums like—well, not quite the Plague—maybe just a pretty girl with a slightly-suspect cold sore, or anything by the Dave Matthews Band. And honestly, the one double-record set I’ve ever really dug as a whole was Floyd’s Ummagumma, and only then because that oeuvre de strange-junk quietly embraced its own clusterf—ktitude and didn’t ever insist that anyone should be listening to the thing—just that they could, if they felt like a trip down the rabbit hole.

The Werk Out Festival 2014 | Preview

In less than a month, Legend Valley in Thornville, Ohio will be opening its gates once again for The Werk Out Music Festival.  This event, hosted August 7, 8, and 9th is in its fifth year is one you should not miss. The lineup features some of the best bands from around the Midwest, combined with exquisite visual and performance artists. This festival truly shows what the Midwest is about: good music, good friends, and good memories.

Capitol Hill Block Party 2014 | Preview

Most music festivals take place far from civilization in the middle of a dusty open field. The lines to claim a campsite often rival those at Disney World and attendees usually have to forgo modern amenities, such as daily showers and flushing toilets.

Capitol Hill Block Party isn’t most music festivals.