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Weir Plays D'Angelico Guitar For Charity

Submitted by HeadCount on Wed, 11/11/2015 - 6:45 pm

With Dead & Company getting rave reviews across the Northeast, Bob Weir continued a relatively-new tradition of playing a signed guitar on stage to help boost a charity auction. 

Last night at the DCU Center in Worcester, MA, Weir played “Peggy-O” with a D’Angelico guitar signed by all the members of Dead & Company. The one-of-a-kind EX-SS guitar, which also features the Dead & Company logo on its pick guard, is being auctioned on the tour to benefit more than a half-dozen charities. Currently, the high bid sits at $11,500.

A Word From Matt Butler About Everyone Orchestra's NE Shows

Submitted by Dreamspider Pu… on Wed, 11/11/2015 - 6:34 pm

Everyone Orchestra is excited about their upcoming run of shows in the NorthEast States in mid-November in Baltimore, Brooklyn, Ardmore (Near Philly), and Washington, DC! Conducted by Matt Butler, these performances will feature Steve Kimock (guitar), John Morgan Kimock (drums), Todd Stoops (Raq - keys, vocals), Cris Jacobs (The Bridge - guitar, vocals), Ashish Vyas (Thievery Corporation - bass). Find out more in this great video update from Matt! 

Secret Solstice Festival Announces Party Inside A Glacier

Submitted by Get In PR on Tue, 11/10/2015 - 7:42 pm

From 17th to 19th June 2016, Reykjavík, Iceland will once again play host to one of the most captivating and picturesque dance events in the world - Secret Solstice Festival. Now in its third edition, the unique weekend is rapidly gaining a dedicated fan base due to its diverse lineups, communal atmosphere and astonishing setting with remarkable landscapes like no other festival in the world.

Dark Star Orchestra Announces Theme for NYE in Philly

Submitted by Dark Star Orchestra on Tue, 11/10/2015 - 7:14 pm

Among other milestones it’s crossing this week, Dark Star Orchestra is finally old enough to vote. The band enters into its 18th year of performing on 11/11/15, the anniversary of their first performance in 1997; while later this same week, the band will perform its 2500th show at the House of Blues in Boston, MA on November 18.

Arlo Guthrie Releases New Children's Book "Monsters"

Submitted by JP Cutler Media on Tue, 11/10/2015 - 6:46 pm

Rising Son International announces today the release of author and folksinger Arlo Guthrie's fifth children's book, Monsters. In his latest book for children, Guthrie recounts the tale of seemingly real monsters lurking in and around his bedroom. His descriptive verse is wonderfully captured by longtime friend and illustrator, Kathy Garren (her third collaboration with Guthrie).

Borg Party Announce Debut Shows in Dec.

Submitted by Audio Park Pro… on Mon, 11/09/2015 - 5:15 pm

Dopapod guitarist Rob Compa has put together a new project named Borg Party to perform two debut shows towards the end of December in Buffalo and Rochester, NY.  In addition to Compa, the group consists of Michelangelo Carubba of Turkuaz on drums, Mike Gantzer of Aqueous on guitar, James Searl of Giant Panda Guerrilla Dub Squad on bass, & Willy O’Riley of The Niche on keys.  

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Laura McCormick releases new EP, Too Wild to Tame

Submitted by PLA Media on Mon, 11/09/2015 - 4:39 pm

Whether it’s her soaring power vocals, gut-wrenching songwriting style or take-no-prisoners live show, Laura McCormick proved this past year that she has the fierce set of pipes necessary to compete in today’s southern rock scene. With a voice comparable to that of Bonnie Raitt, Ann Wilson of Heart, and Linda Ronstadt, Laura mixes her dynamic vocals with genuine songwriting, blending her folk and country roots with her classic rock upbringing.

Cyril Neville Receives The Louis Armstrong Award This December

Submitted by Miss Jill PR on Mon, 11/09/2015 - 4:32 pm

Louis Armstrong House Museum today announced that Dr. John, music icon; Cyril Neville, legendary musician and activist; Jerome Chazen, Chairman of Chazen Capital Partners, Chairman Emeritus of Liz Claiborne, Inc. and Trustee of the Louis Armstrong House Museum; and Robert F.

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