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Arc & Stones | As You Were | New Music Review

When I first heard “Control”—in my opinion, the strongest track on Arc & Stones sophomore release, As You Were—I immediately thought, S—t, man, this reminds me of Bang Camaro—I miss those crazy bastards. Now, I will say that the rest of As You Were showcases the band’s ability to shift their tone from Camaro’s this-amp-goes-to-eleven mentality to elsewhere-territory, but that raw energy’s never too far gone.

Hard Working Americans Announce Summer Tour

Acclaimed musician’s collective Hard Working Americans announces the release of special limited edition 12 inch single, a topical and controversial music video and dates for a summer tour that will begin on July 19. The new dates are an extension of Hard Working American’s first-ever tour, which included a series of sold out shows before the band mates went back to their other musical day jobs.

Lucy Scholl To Release New Self-Titled EP on July 22nd

Bart Herbison, Nashville Songwriters Association International (NSAI) President, said it best: "Get with Lucy, or get out of her way." The "Lucy" Herbison is raving about is the rising Country Singer/Songwriter Lucy Scholl who announces today she will release her new self-titled 5-track EP on July 22nd.

Frankfort Bluegrass Festival Features Two Days of National Bands and Family Fun

The sound of bluegrass music and the sight of people having fun will be the scene in historic Frankfort, IL, the weekend of July 12 and 13. The 4th Annual Frankfort Bluegrass Festival will take place downtown with fun for the whole family.

Jim Pollock Illustrates HeadCount "#GoVote" Postcards at Phish Shows

Ever-popular rock poster artist Jim Pollock has designed a limited-edition postcard that the non-profit organization HeadCount will distribute at Phish concerts this summer.

To receive a free postcard, fans just need to stop by the HeadCount table and sign a “Pledge to Vote” on the back. Then, in November, HeadCount will mail each person their postcard with their own signature as a reminder of their commitment to vote.

The Pollock postcard depicts voters racing bicycles to the polls under the phrase “#GoVote.”

Five Reasons Pemberton is the Most Underrated Festival of 2014

With music festivals popping up in seemingly every open field these days, it takes a lot to stand out—and even more to endure failure. Somehow, Pemberton Music Festival is doing both of those things this year. After a disastrous debut in 2008, Pemberton Festival weathered a few false starts before landing in the capable hands of Huka Entertainment, who have had a heavy hand in festival successes of recent years, including the burgeoning Hangout Festival.

Yarmony Grass Brings Members of YMSB & SCI & to banks of the Colorado River

The third weekend of August will once again mark the arrival of YarmonyGrass at Rancho Del Rio on the banks of the Colorado River.

Dark Star Orchestra's 'A Very Jerry Birthday Jam'

On August 1, 1973 The Band opened for Grateful Dead on Jerry Garcia’s 31st birthday, making for one of the most memorable nights in American rock & roll history.

Dave Rawlings Machine | Boulder Theater | 6/19/2014 | Review

When Dave Rawlings hits his stride, the genius of his improvisation seems to stop time. All other distractions fade away and one can focus on his confident, driving guitar playing that is both discrete in melody and fluid within the larger harmony. Mr. Rawling’s is like a chess Grandmaster, able to play 20 moves ahead.  This is an incredible strength because as you begin to realize the beauty of what he has just played – a reward to those listening closely – Mr.

TAUK Announce New Album "Collisions" - Out July 22!

The heavy NYC dirty funk 4-piece TAUK release the first details of their new album today. The 10-track full-length sophomore album entitled Collisions will be released July 22nd and features the band's signature sound - intensely melodic instrumental rock.