After a successful inaugural season in 2017, Levitt Pavilion Denver has announced their 2018 season. The state-of-the art outdoor amphitheater, able to accommodate up to 7,500 people in its open lawn setting, is located in Denver’s beautiful Ruby Hill Park. Levitt Pavilion Denver will present 50 free concerts this year featuring acclaimed Denver-based artists and award-winning regional and national talent in a wide array of music genres.
On Sunday, May 6th, the much-anticipated documentary, Olompali: A Hippie Odyssey, will premiere as part of DocLands Film Festival at CineArts Sequoia Theater in Mill Valley, California.
The doc explores a fascinating thread of the 1960s San Francisco counterculture.
Kentucky multi-instrumentalist Britton Patrick Morgan will release his self-produced debut album, High Lonesome Throne, on May 25. Morgan offers eight tracks of warm endearing lyrics, unfeigned storytelling and incredible yet intricate instrumentals. “I'm very much a product of my place and time, and my Kentucky roots I wouldn't trade for anything. I really love old traditions but I embrace new musical ideas and progressive arrangements,” explains the former Alaskan fi
Michael Franti & Spearhead are set to tour the U.S. this summer, beginning June 1 at the legendary Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Colorado. The “Stay Human” Tour comes in anticipation of Franti’s upcoming new album Stay Human 2, due this June, and provides the soundtrack for Franti’s forthcoming self-directed documentary, Stay Human.
The unstoppable and tried and true Mighty Mighty BossToneS are: Dicky Barrett, Joe Gittleman, Chris Rhodes, Tim Burton, Joe Sirois, Leon Silva, Ben Carr, Lawrence Katz and John Goetchius. The ambassadors of the ska explosion continue to bring their message to the masses and this summer will hit the road in support of their new album While We’re at It produced by Grammy Award winning Ted Hutt.
Howlin Rain has announced the release of their fifth studio album, 'The Alligator Bride,' due June 8 via founding member Ethan Miller's artist run label, Silver Current Records. A set of swampy, ragged, and unapologetic rock 'n' roll, Miller's merry band of pranksters tracked the record over three days with engineer Eric "King Riff" Bauer at the Mansion in San Francisco, playing live to tape and cutting the material in first and second takes.
Delivering a compelling foot-stomping performance that was equal parts hootenanny and joyful revival, The Avett Brothers again conquered Sacramento on March 30. The sold-out crowd of 2,400 at the downtown Community Center Theatre was on its feet most of the night, reveling in the experience, singing along with myriad lyric phrases that resonated personally with fans.
About two years ago, I heard my first BIG Something song. It was an unforgettable moment when the song “Undertow” played on the radio station “Jam On,” on Sirius XM. I remember thinking they were going to become something big. From then on, my obsession with this unique funk, rock, jam group grew tremendously.
Rifles & Rosary Beads, the acclaimed new album from singer-songwriter Mary Gauthier has received unanimous praise from the press following its January 26th release via Thirty Tigers. Co-written with U.S. veterans and their families, the eleven songs on the album have connected deeply with those who have listened. In a celebrated career that spans nearly two decades, Rifles & Rosary Beads is Mary Gauthier’s more important work to date as it has changed lives and continues to do so.