Frank Solivan & Dirty Kitchen keeps on pickin’ up momentum. The acclaimed group was honored with numerous nominations during International Bluegrass Music Association’s nomination announcement. The past winners of IBMA Instrumental Group of the Year (2014), the band garnered a repeat nomination in that category. In a related category, they are also nominated for IBMA Instrumental Recorded Performance of the Year for their tune, “Cazenovia Casanova,” featuring Sam Bush and Jerry Douglas.
The inaugural Cukui Music Festival will take place at California’s Great America on September 3rd, 2016. Cukui Music Festival is rooted in the appreciation of music as a universal language and bring the community together with a universal blend of Reggae, R&B, Hip-hop, to Latin Music. Headlining this year’s festival will be J Boog, IAMSU!, Drew Deezy,Bayonics and The Royal Family of Reggae Morgan Heritage. This all-day and all-ages festival is a family affair.
Leftover Salmon returns to The Stanley Hotel for a third year on March 10 - 12, 2017! This first class, intimate experience will include a full weekend of music, wining, dining and more. Special guests and activities will be announced soon!
This is the site of where Stephen King’s novel “The Shining” was inspired. The Stanley Hotel is nestled in hills of Estes Park at the base of the majestic Rocky Mountain National Park and just an hour away from Denver.
Music distribution companies RED and WEA are spearheading the third annual Ten Bands One Cause charity initiative. This campaign offers fans limited and collectible album reissues on pink vinyl from 10 top name artists. These reissues are part of a program that raises funds and awareness for Gilda's Club NYC, a non-profit which works to support, educate and empower cancer patients and their families.
There’s nothing sub-anything about The Subdudes, an eclectic New Orleans band that’s been around since the mid-80s. After taking a few years off at the turn of the century, the came back just as strong and just a popular. Today, they are touring all over the country, bringing their good-time music to old and new fans.
Today, Rolling Stone Magazine premiered a live video of Slightly Stoopid performing the Grateful Dead’s “Franklin’s Tower” with the support of special guests Bob Weir and Karl Denson. The track was originally performed during the Live from Roberto’s webcast at Weir’s Tamalpais Research Institute Studios in San Rafael, California earlier this year.
September means back to school, and Real Gone Music spent its Summer vacation rounding up some far out, funky sounds from every end of the musical spectrum to get everybody back in the groove! At the top of the curriculum is an unprecedented double-CD collection from the prototypical New Orleans funk band The Meters, precursor to The Neville Brothers and backing band on so many classic sides to come out of the Crescent City.