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Dead.net is wrapping up the 2015 Dave's Picks series with a real whopper! That's right, Dave's Picks Volume 16: Springfield Civic Center, Springfield, MA 3/28/73 - the show that nearly didn't happen - is packed with 30 songs and lengthy ones to boot. As liner note scribe Dennis McNally claims this one's got a "classic 1973 'problem': almost too much good material...

Music, by its nature, is a migratory creature. It moves as it moves, often powerfully, through people and places, communities and cultures, created and carried on currents of electricity and air. Edward David Anderson is one of its modern makers, a rock and roll veteran from the cornfields of Illinois, who went into the woods of coastal Alabama and found musical serendipity, emerging with Lower Alabama: The Loxley Sessions — a timeless, unvarnished beauty of an album.

Michal Menert and the Pretty Fantastics is the latest incarnation of Menert's dedication to originality and musicianship in music. The debut album for the sextet is like nothing you've ever heard from Menert, and will distinguish Michal Menert and the Pretty Fantastics as its own musical force with a uniquely indie-rock style.

AURA Music Group and Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park have announced the phase one line-up for the seventh annual AURA Music & Arts Festival taking place March 3 - 5, 2016 at Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park (SOSMP) in Live Oak, Florida. Performing at AURA are live electronica pioneers The Disco Biscuits, Bay area feel-good rock band ALO

Modern acoustic group The Blackberry Bushes Stringband pairs a love for traditional genius with innovative instincts. The result is a fresh, cohesive catalog of music distinguished by playful twang, artful arrangements, and tight, thick harmonies. 

Infected Mushroom return to their roots with Converting Vegetarians II, the sequel to their hugely successful 2003 album.

With half a decade of his own beer festival under his belt, KYLE HOLLINGSWORTH--keyboardist of The String Cheese Incident and beer aficionado—returns his second annual Hoppy Holidays beer festival and concert to The Fillmore Auditorium in Denver on Saturday, December 5.

Organizers for the Home Grown Music Network 20th Anniversary Festival announced Wednesday the cancellation of the outdoor version of the event planned for this weekend at Harmony Stage in Mebane, North Carolina. The music collective is celebrating 20 years and needed to cancel the event due to the impending weather in order to provide safety for all patrons, artists and event staff. 

We are happy to announce that Horseshoes and Hand Grenades will be joining Railroad Earth to ring in 2016 at the Vic Theatre in Chicago on 12/30, with Cornmeal as the special guest on NYE.

VIP tickets are being offered that include both nights and an additional exclusive daytime performance on NYE! For tickets and more information, visit http://www.railroadearth.com/tour

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