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Dead Announce Dave's Picks Volume 13

We're heeding the call for more of the majestic early 70s! No doubt, this was a time of great exploration and innovation for the Grateful Dead, one of their peaks... And so it is with great pleasure, that we are proud to present the official release of Winterland, February 24, 1974.

Umphrey's Returns to Red Rocks July 3rd

Umphrey’s McGee returns to Colorado this summer to headline the one and only Red Rocks Amphitheatre for the sixth consecutive year on Friday, July 3rd to celebrate Independence Day weekend.

New American Farmers | Freight & Salvage

It wasn't hard to feel right at home inside the Freight and Salvage in Berkeley, CA. With Jessie Bridges warming up the crowd (and successfully so) before Paul Knowles and Nicole Storto of New American Farmers took the stage. Freight and Salvage Coffee House is a historically rich home-away-from-home for both musicians and listeners alike.

Alice DiMicele Releases New Album "Swim"

For nearly 30 years Alice DiMicele has shared her trademark “groove folk” and “acoustic soul” with audiences from coast to coast. Along the way she has shared the stage and studio with some of music’s best. For her 13th independent recording “Swim,” (Release date: Jan.

ALO's Tour d'Amour IX Visits 10 California Cities

California-born ALO (Animal Liberation Orchestra) is back in their home state this February for Tour d’Amour IX, the band’s annual winter tour celebrating love - of music, for their many loyal fans, and their fondness for the Golden State.

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Rocklin Reignites STS9! New Year's Run

The title of this review does not just come from my opinion as a music writer in the scene since the mid-nineties. I have heard this from nearly every person that I have heard talk about STS9 for the last year or so including members of the band.

The New Deal | The Independent | Review

It’s interesting to be able to think back on the music of the 1990s, let alone the 2000s and what evolved in the live music concert experience. The reemergence of the multi-day music festival gave the jam band revival a venue to gig multiple shows at once and get closer with the fans. What also changed was what kind of music was being performing in a live setting. There was always a separation between the deejay persona and electronica music from the whole rock’n’roll bands that jammed.

Railroad Earth | The Pageant | 1/17/2015

Railroad Earth returned after two years to The Pageant on January 17th to open with The Forecast and Tim Carbone on violin. Following a large crowd welcome, the band started up into a soulful Long Walk Home that had us swaying. The band got rolling with an upbeat Lordy, Lordy and got us to jump and stomp to Gold Rush.

Fox Street | Bluebird Theater | Review

Fox Street is one of those bands I wouldn’t expect to be based in Colorado. Florida possibly, Texas I could see, but Colorado is a bit of a wildcard. Maybe it’s Jonathan Huvards’ throat churning, rocky road vocals. Then again it could be the picking, sliding and stomping of their close-knit instrumental unit that screams southern roots.

The Heavy Pets Winter Tour Kicks off This Weekend

The Heavy Pets kick off their Winter Tour 2015 this weekend with their first headlining San Francisco two-night stand at the Boom Boom Room.

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