The Disco Biscuits and the 2016 Camp Bisco Music Festival today announces their partnership with new music festival OTT television network UphoricTV, to exclusively carry and live-stream all of the band’s performances at Camp Bisco this week. Beginning Thursday July 14 through Saturday July 16, fans will be able to watch all six performances by The Disco Biscuits at Camp Bisco, for free, exclusively via www.uphoric.tv.
We are glad to be on the road this week... family style. Heading up to Seattle today to start our summer run, following an inspired Everyone Orchestra show at the Oregon Country Fair.
Excited to visit all these beautiful spots in the Far West with our band... join us for some shows!
K I M O C K Summer 2016
The Travelin' McCourys are proud to announce The Grateful Ball Tour with Jeff Austin Band! After the success of the inaugural Grateful Ball in St. Louis, the bands decided to make a tour out of it! The ball consists of a full set from each band and then a set with both bands on stage together playing the songs of the Grateful Dead.
The setlist from St. Louis included
Quickly becoming one of the most anticipated music festivals in the nation, The Forecastle Festival is back for another big year with headlining acts The Avett Brothers, Alabama Shakes, and Death Cab for Cutie down on the waterfront in Louisville, Kentucky on July 15-17. Other promising performances include Ryan Adams, Ben Harper and the Innocent Criminals, Grouplove, The Arcs, Gary Clark Jr., and Dr. Dog. The festival will also feature several late night shows including 23 String Band and RJD2 with John Dose.
I was eager to see Ray Wylie Hubbard again live after his performance at Music on the Mesa in Taos. I rushed back from taking care of some business in Albuquerque to catch Ray Wylie Hubbard as he began his set. When I got there I regretted that I didn’t know that there was an opening act and that it was singer-songwriter Bob Livingston. There had been no indication of an opener in the information I’d been given.
Imagine a movie starring Fred Astaire and Lena Horne, and directed by Federico Fellini. In your mind’s ear, listen to the soundtrack, a mélange of Brazilian samba, psychedelic rock, romantic compositions, and impressionistic lyrics. The music perfectly captures the elegance, earthiness, and otherworldliness of the film.
Forty Below Records today just released a special 2-LP gatefold vinyl version of the second set of previously unavailable live recordings from newly-elected Blues Hall of Fame inductee John Mayall and his classic 1967 Bluesbreakers band, titled John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers– Live in 1967- Volume Two.