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Elephant Revival | 'It's Alive' | New Music Review

The Nederland, Colorado based indie acoustic quintet, Elephant Revival releases the staggeringly beautiful It’s Alive EP. This seven song collection comes with an illustrated hardcover songbook that contains lyrics from their first two albums. The complete package contains bonus digital downloads and a full color book with chord charts, notations, arrangements, and artwork by all the band members.

The Preservation Hall 50th Anniversary Box Set | Review

Fifty years ago Preservation Hall opened its doors in New Orleans, Louisiana with a mission to preserve, honor, and protect New Orleans Jazz. In celebration of turning a half century Preservation Hall Jazz Band is releasing: The Preservation Hall 50th Anniversary Box Set. This ear bud time capsule consists of specific tracks from recordings released between 1962 and 2010.

The Infamous Stringdusters' Silver Sky-Deluxe Edition | Review

All genres of music must evolve – Electronic music evolved into house music – Rhythm and blues became rock-n-roll – And now bluegrass, one of the oldest and most revered genres of Americana music, has transitioned into a new era many are calling “newgrass”.  With artists such as Yonder Mountain String Band, Leftover Salmon, Rumpke Mountain Boys and

Railroad Earth's Hangtown Halloween Ball Announces 3 Nights of Killer Music

Grab your costumes and your dancing shoes; Railroad Earth’s Hangtown Halloween Ball is just around the corner. Featuring three nights of killer music, workshops and Halloween themed programming, the 2nd annual event will offer a unique Halloween festival experience for music lovers young and old.

2012 Shoe Fest | Manteno, IL | Review & Photos

The time of year has come where that childhood anxiety of change and new adventures both excites and frights us to the bone. Mother Nature tells us that it’s time to progress. After Labor Day we all start to feel it. This is the time when some of us head back to school, and this is the time when some of us start packing away our wonderful toys of summer.  We say goodbye to our wonderful wilderness festival dance companions. The end of summer draws near. Festavarians, especially us in the Midwest, know that our times together are going in a new direction.

Phish | The Palace of Auburn Hills | December 6, 1997 | Review

Ahhh…the fall of 1997.  It was an interesting time for America. Bill Clinton was still fresh into his second term, Steve Jobs had just returned to managing Apple after a “hiatus”, people were flocking to the theaters to watch the Titanic sink, a woman in Iowa gave birth to seven children, internet companies were booming, and I was back at college in Minnesota for junior year studying sociology and tearing up the majestic lacrosse field at St. John’s University.

Gramatik Kicks Off Fall Tour 2012 in Support of Bassnectar

Gramatik, part of the Pretty Lights Music crew, is hitting the road again, just a short couple of weeks after his summer tour ended. He is embarking across the US in support of Bassnectar, hitting major cities including Los Angeles, San Francisco, Portland, Detroit, New York, and many more.

Fresh off a successful festival season, Gramatik closed out the summer with a headlining set at New York City's Webster Hall and has embarked on a fall tour with Bassnectar.

Coldplay, REM, Mumford & Sons & Others team up for Africa Charity

Coldplay, Beyoncé, Eminem, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Mumford & Sons, Plan B, Bruno Mars, REM and Fleet Foxes are just some of the superstar artists lined-up for this great release.

Melodious Thunk celebrates the music of Thelonious Monk

JAZZSTOCK will be presenting the music of Thelonious Monk in celebration of his birthday. This has become an annual event, but the first time it has been presented at the Bearsville Theater with the newly-formed Monk band:

MELODIOUS THUNK!
TIME: 7-11 pm
GENERAL ADMISSION: $15
STUDENTS (with ID): $5

Widespread Panic | 'Wood' | New Music Review

On the eve of their 20th anniversary as a band, southern jam rocker’s Widespread Panic had a difficult decision to make. The decision to dismiss their new lead guitar player George McConnell was most likely a mutual one.

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