For The String Cheese Incident’s Michael Kang, another fall tour is on the horizon and things are looking brighter than ever for the nearly 20-year veteran. After all, the eclectic six-piece jam band just finished up yet another action-packed stretch filled with headlining spots at some of the summer’s biggest festivals, a spectacular three-night Red Rocks run, as well as purchasing a brand-new studio space to master some of their upcoming tracks.
This is Dylan Muhlberg of Grateful Web. I am joined by veteran photographer, author, and anthropologist Jay Blakesberg, His presence has been pivotal in American rock music scene since 1980s, particularly rooted in the Grateful Dead community. His iconic photography is regularly featured through publications like Relix, Rolling Stone, and Guitar Player. He is granted a rare trust and inclusivity from legendary rock musicians. His tenth photographic volume of rock anthropology is his finest to date.
When it comes to a modern approach to funk-laden soul music, some groups are able to exponentially build energy groove after groove.
In the case of one particular super-group whose roster plays like a who’s who of world class talent, The Nth Power is more than a moniker.
Grab your masks and start putting together your costumes! Halloween is just around the corner and Papa Legba's Voodoo Bash is fixing to be the hottest costume party of the year. With amazing musical acts, burlesque dancers, jugglers, snake charmers, freaks and fortune tellers, this night is the perfect start to your Halloween shenanigans.
Music, Brews and Mountains is the foundation for the WinterWonderGrass Festival returning to the Vail Valley February 19- 21 for its fourth year, featuring more than 25 bands and 18 Colorado breweries over three days. WinterWonderGrass Festival is the perfect storm of world-class bluegrass, roots and acoustic artists, craft beer and libations and star filled Rocky Mountain nights encapsulating all things Colorado.
Colorado roots band FY5–Finnders & Youngberg is coming to the Gold Hill Inn in Boulder, and they're bringing their own blend of progressive roots music with gritty honky-tonk/country songwriting. Led by Mike Finders, the songs on their new album, Eat the Moon, which just dropped a few months ago, range from swaggering 'back door man' whiskey swillers to delicately crafted ballads that reflect the cool open air of their Colorado home.
East Nashville's The JAG has announced the self-release of Pondermental Wonderment In Hypocricity on October 23rd. Produced and Mixed by Andrija Tokic (Alabama Shakes, Hurray for the Riff Raff) at his Bomb Shelter "Analog Studio Wonderland" in Nashville, the full-length sophomore LP features eight new stimulating tracks of stylistic experimentation with world music and genre-defying influence.
It’s big news for fans, for sure… Railroad Earth, who have had a brilliant 2015, bounding off a successful run with Warren Haynes collab, Ashes and Dust, (along with tour dates), Palladia’s premiere of RRE’s 2014 Red Rocks show, 2015’s Red Rocks return, and oh, so much more, are happy to announce another colossal tour agenda for Winter 2016.