This funk show was one of the most powerful shows that I have ever seen. Turkuaz is the best and hottest funk band in the world at this moment. There is no doubt in my mind. The Nth Power is not very far behind them in their mastery of their cross genre collaborative. Both of these bands days of playing in small venues like the Fox Theater in Boulder, are numbered.
NedFest Friday headliner to be Steve Kimock and Friends, including Jeff Chimenti of the 2016 Dead and Company tour, Bobby Vega, Leslie Mendelson and more!
Since Steve announced from the stage at the Fox Theatre that he would be headlining Friday NedFest, we've been getting tons of very excited messages, so we figured we had better let the rest of our fans know that one of NedFest's favorite artists would be returning this year!
On Monday, June 6, Bernie Sanders reached out to California voters in San Francisco with a message urging action in the California primary election the following day. Supporting this message was a fired-up and artistic mixture of politicians, social activists and the musical guests including Dave Matthews and Oakland, CA based Fantastic Negrito.
Colorado’s own progressive funk outfit The Motet returns to their hometown for a headlining show at Red Rocks Amphitheatre on Friday, July 22. Joining The Motet on the bill are Medeski Martin & Wood and Vulfpeck, with DJ Mikey Thunder spinning between sets. The show comes just two weeks after the release of The Motet’s brand new studio album, Totem, set to hit streets July 8, 2016.
For the first time ever, Kyle Hollingsworth, keyboardist of The String Cheese Incident, will bring Kyle’s Brew Fest to the craft beer town of Asheville, North Carolina, benefiting Conscious Alliance. On July 2nd, Kyle’s charity beer festival and concert will travel to New Mountain Asheville as the Official Pre-Party to the second date of The String Cheese Incident’s two-night run at ExploreAsheville.com Arena.
Euphoric dancing paired nicely with a rock ‘n’ roll varietal that included flavorful notes of blues, psychedelia, and other jam-happy material on June 3, as performed by the David Nelson Band at the Center for the Arts in the Sierra Nevada foothill community of Grass Valley, California.
The 16th annual Summer Camp Music Festival shined vibrantly Friday morning, as fans from across the nation flooded through the gates of the glorious Three Sisters Park in Chillicothe, Illinois for another epic celebration of music, arts and life. Born in 2001, the monumental event has grown to be one of the most celebrated Midwest events of the summer, hosting national acts such as Neil Young, Trey Anastasio, Steve Miller Band, Tom Petty, Widespread Panic and many, many more.
"Who's in Charge?" asks "who's got the power?" Me? You? Them? In so many situations we've all been in--business, school, politics--why should the few have power over the many? When we recorded this track, we wanted to combine the high energy rock n' roll that we bring to our live shows with the psychedelic approach we took in producing this album. It's the first song of the journey and the title track, so we really put everything we've got into it.