Furthur played this past weekend at MCU Park in Brooklyn New York, home to the Brooklyn Cyclones and just adjacent to one of the most famous amusement parks in the world, Coney Island. Growing up 10 minutes from NYC I felt almost embarrassed to admit I have never been to Coney Island before. During Furthur's intermission I spoke to my mom who told me she would come to Coney Island when she was a kid, which really illustrates the longevity (sorry Mom) of Coney Island. My first memory as a kid is when The Warr
The 5th annual Sonic Bloom festival has officially SOLD OUT. Promoters are asking all non-ticket holding patrons not to come to the festival site without a ticket in hand. The intimate camping event is known for helping to launch the careers of the best and brightest electronic music artist in the country kicks off today, Friday, June 25 and will run through Sunday, June 27th at the Mishawaka Amphitheater in Bellvue, Co.
The last couple of years New Monsoon have remained relatively quiet in the jam circuit. They haven't released a studio album since 2007, and they have been touring only sporadically, performing at a number of festivals and mostly West coast shows. The group has also gone through numerous lineup changes, losing three drummers and a handful of bassists, before finally settling in with the current five members. But the funny thing is....they have never sounded
What do you get out of attending a Phish show? What do you get out of attending MANY Phish shows? Why do you see live music performed at all? Surely you’ve fielded this question before; I know I have. A relative looks at you quizzically, or maybe it’s a co-worker... “You’re going out of town to see them, AGAIN?” They’d say, incredulously.
Road Trips Vol. 3, No. 3 commemorates that magical and transformative spring of 1970 with one of the best-loved aural documents of that era: The Dead's early and late shows at the Fillmore East on May 15, 1970, presented nearly in their entirety over this, the first-ever 3-CD set in the Road Trips series plus the accompanying bonus disc.
From a dready skater busking on the streets of Australia, to a world-touring artist selling out one of America’s most premiere venues, John Butler proves authenticity in music truly prevails.
Friday night’s Red Rocks gig was simulcast live over cyber waves to ensure that the whole globe could relish in the spunky, feel-good beats the Aussie chaps threw down on this, their largest headlining show.