If you followed any of the countless jam bands that dotted the American musical landscape in 2015, it’s likely you ran into Tom Hamilton at some point last year. As the guitarist and vocalist for four touring bands: American Babies, Joe Russo’s Almost Dead, Billy and the Kids, and
We are giving away a full VIP Experience for the K I M O C K show of your choice on our upcoming Spring Tour! This includes a pair of tickets to the show, a handprinted silk-screen tour poster, a signed CD (or vinyl) & an after show meet-and-greet.
To celebrate the new record, we put together some special perks offered exclusively to our fans.
Want to have coffee with Steve? No problem. Want a private lesson from Steve? What time? How about some autographed white vinyl? On the way.
David Grisman has been a household name in the acoustic and bluegrass world for many years. His innovations in these genres as well as creating his own genre in “Dawg” music, named by Jerry Garcia, has inspired new generations of bluegrass for decades. Dawg music can be best described as the combination of jazz, bluegrass, and acoustic folk music. These are American staples and combining genres is what American music is all about. After quitting piano at around age 10, Grisman picked up the mandolin and never looked back.
While the San Francisco Bay Area might have some mighty fine music venues in the present, there are fewer that remain from the city’s bright musical past. One of the few that’s stood the test of time is The Warfield. Right off of Market Street, adjacent to downtown’s Tenderloin neighborhood, it’s hard to tell the insides majesty from the somewhat seedy exterior.
Hard Working Americans have announced the release of their second studio album, 'Rest In Chaos,' on May 13 via Melvin Records/Thirty Tigers.
With the exception of Guy Clark's "The High Price of Inspiration," the 13-track album was written by the band on the road, live in six different studios.