The last day of the Music on the Mesa festival started a tad later than the previous days because of Saturday’s late night set. Festivalgoers were up in the early afternoon, getting food and beers, and making their way down to the main stage to see the Slow Motion Cowboys. You wouldn’t know that this band is based in San Francisco by the original songs they write with a laid-back country sound. Their music is heartfelt, well played, and deeply honest.
SunSquabi has launched out of 2015 like a cannonball. Quickly becoming one of the premier up and coming acts on the national scene, the band recognizes the strong roots that Colorado has provided them. Colorado comes with a lot of pressure and healthy competition pushing the band to new heights day in and day out.
On the cusp of their headlining performance at Austin's X Games alongside Metallica and Nicki Minaj, The Glitch Mob release their new single "Better Hide, Better Run (ft. Mark Johns)," from their forthcoming 3-track EP 'Piece of the Indestructible,' out June 9 on The Glitch Mob's Glass Air imprint.
HARD Events is coming to the Bay Area this summer. Today, it has been announced HARD SAN FRANCISCO will take place on Thursday, July 30 at The Armory (333 14th St SF, CA 94103) with THE CHEMICAL BROTHERS, BRODINSKI and more TBA.
Mike returns to the road with his band this Friday, beginning in Charleston, SC. Mike will be bringing along Scott Murawski (guitar), Craig Myers (percussion), Robert Walter (keyboards) and John Kimock (drums).
Tickets are on sale now for all dates at http://mike-gordon.com/tour.
New Orleans Suspects & Friends featuring JoJo Hermann (Widespread Panic) will perform at Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom & The Other Side on Friday, June 26th & Saturday, June 27th after the Widespread Panic Red Rocks shows.
Dead.net is more than pleased to announce the Grateful Dead's most ambitious release ever: 30 TRIPS AROUND THE SUN . Available as both an 80-disc boxed set and a custom lightning-bolt USB drive, the collection includes 30 unreleased live shows, one for each year the band was together from 1966 to 1995, along with one track from their earliest recording sessions in 1965.
What’s better than one night of Perpetual Groove? Two! Everyone’s favorite improv-rock band has returned and is stoked to announce back-to-back dates in select markets. Get ready St. Petersburg (Florida, not Russia), Brooklyn, Charleston, Denver, and Atlanta, PGroove are coming at ya! Asheville, NC will also get a healthy dose of the groove this August, and the already announced Resonance Festival in Ohio will experience PGroove’s only festival play of the summer.