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Dark Star Jubilee Announces Friday Schedule & Contest

For each of the next 3 weeks we'll give you the heads up on the order of bands for each day, Friday, Saturday, then Sunday. This will get you prepped for the flow of the music that you will experience at the Jubilee. We are thrilled to have so many great acts join the celebration.  

NW String Summit w/ YMSB, Sam Bush, RRE, Wood Brothers & More

The 13th Annual Northwest String Summit (NWSS) returns to Horning's Hideout (North Plains, OR) with the finest acoustic pickers and standout electric bands from July 17 - 21, 2014. Located just 20 miles outside of Portland, OR, Horning's Hideout stands as one of the most scenic festival sites in the country; NWSS is the only music offering this year taking place at Horning's Hideout.

Matthew Genovese | Chasing the Sun | New Music Review

There was a time when the singer/songwriter troubadour type of music seemed to be a dying breed. Then, somehow over the last couple decades it seems like there has been a resurgence of interest in just great songs, delivered with passion. That’s what this set really is. Sure, it has some range of musical style, but overall this is most like the great singer/songwriters of the 1970s, but with a modern sensibility.

USATODAY.COM Exclusively Premieres SCI In-Studio Video

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.

Grateful Web Interview with Cope

The Sunshine City’s quartet, COPE keeps it in the family. This St. Petersburg/Tampa Bay band of brothers features Kenny Stadelman (bass), Dennis Stadelman (guitar and banjo), Michael Garrie (drums), and Juan Montero (keys and saxophone). COPE’s two recordings, “Going Home” and “See” are harbingers of their hairy funk, Southern jam, dance party prowess.

22nd Fox Anniversary Hometown SuperJam | Review/Photos

At the Fox Theatre, local bands have rocked the stage for twenty-two years, and they’re in good company. The Meters played the inaugural show back in 1992. Phish and the String Cheese Incident won over early crowds while jamming at The Fox. Snoop Dogg has a painting inside that’s nearly as tall as he is. I could go on and on, but just walk around the lobby full of photo memories and you’ll get it.

The Magic Beans Release First Double Album Sites and Sounds

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.

Purple Hatter's Ball Announces Thursday Pre-Party & Schedule

Purple Hatter’s Ball has announced their first official onsite pre-party in their seven-year history. Kicking things off on Thursday, May 8, fans are invited to get settled in at Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park (SOSMP) a night early and enjoy music from The Fritz, Monozygotic, Moon Hooch and more. Tickets are available for $20 and include camping, music and all fees.

Pimps of Joytime Kick Off Marathon April Tour

The Brooklyn-based Pimps of Joytime live and breathe an irresistible groove that blurs conventional genre boundaries, creating a highly engaging, funky party that you'd eagerly stumble across on the streets of New Orleans or in a New York nightclub.

TAUK To Play 16 Upcoming Festivals!

The heavy NYC dirty funk 4-piece TAUK is hitting the festival scene hard this summer with their unique blend of experimental melodic prog rock and sexy grooves.