Cloud 9 Adventures is excited to announce the details of the highly celebrated destination concert event, Dominican Holidaze, as it returns to the Dominican Republic. Now entering the ninth year since the event’s inception in 2007, this all-inclusive concert vacation will be returning to Breathless Resort & Spa in Punta Cana.
The Musebox today announced that Dallas rock and rollers Dead Flowers will embark on a highly anticipated tour this April and May. Dubbed the “bastard children of punk and Texas blues” by Dallas Observer, Dead Flowers are, according to frontman Corey Howe, “hungry to go about the traditional, organic way” of building their fanbase.
Acclaimed, award-winning artist Jason Isbell will release Something More Than Free, his highly anticipated fifth album, on July 17 via Southeastern Records. Something More Than Free features Isbell’s Southern-inspired vignettes of working class men, women and traditions that permeate these 11 new songs. The pure honesty and authenticity of Isbell’s poetic lyrics and soulful vocals have connected deeply with so many, and they shine as brightly as ever on Something More Than Free.
We are looking forward to the 11th Annual Pickin’ on the Poudre, at the historic Mishawaka Amphitheatre in Bellvue, CO on Saturday May 16th! Special guests Bonnie Paine and Daniel Rodriguez (of Elephant Revival) and Friends -and- Caribou Mountain Collective will also join us! Mishawaka Pre-Sales will begin on April 1st. Public on-sale will begin on April 3rd.
Tickets and complete information can be found here: http://bit.ly/H4THPOTP15
2014 was a year of change for jamgrass favorites Cornmeal. With a strong lineup including Scott Tipping guitar (Backyard Tire Fire), Phil Roach on fiddle (Giving Tree Band), and Drew Littel on drums, along with 15 year veteran original members Chris Gangi on bass, and Wavy Dave Burlingame on banjo Cornmeal is ready to again take their place at the healm of progressive Americana.
When relating to the Grateful Dead, the term cover band is a sticky one. Some joked that the Dead were the best cover band in the world. Close fans and family understood their powers more clearly. Rather than a cover band they were more of a snowball collecting remnants of America’s musical past. So the idea of covers has always been different when relating to the Dead. The bottom line is nobody in rock approached music the way they did, so cover or not, every tune became an original.
Prior to the upcoming kick-off of their “THE WHO HITS 50!” much-anticipated North American tour in Tampa, FL on April 15, one of rock’s most legendary and defining bands performed their annual Teenage Cancer Trust Concert at London's Royal Albert Hall on March 26. In a review of th