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Dawes to play The Fox Theater in February

Submitted by Fox Theater on Wed, 11/16/2016 - 7:29 am

Dawes has come home. After recording its last two albums, Stories Don’t End and All Your Favorite Bands, in Asheville, North Carolina, and Nashville, respectively, the Los Angeles band has returned to the city that has been both home and inspiration since its inception in 2009 to record its fifth album, We’re All Gonna Die, with longtime friend and Grammy-nominated producer Blake Mills at the helm.

Grace Potter, Dawes, Moon Taxi to Play Dem. + GOP Convention 'Jams

Submitted by HeadCount on Wed, 07/13/2016 - 2:21 pm

HeadCount, a non-partisan, non-profit organization that stages voter registration drives at concerts, announced that it is throwing a pair of invitation-only music events at the Presidential nominating conventions.

Billboard and GRAMMYs on the HIll® are the lead sponsors of the events.

In Cleveland on July 18th at the House of Blues, Nashville-TN based Moon Taxi will perform at the “HeadCount Convention Jam,” on the first scheduled day of the Republican National Convention.

Newport Folk Festival 2015 | Review

Submitted by Matthew Shelter on Mon, 07/27/2015 - 1:04 pm

The revival of the venerable Newport Folk Festival continued with a very strong roster of artists this year that expanded once again the boundaries of what is “folk music.” Folk purists – the kind of people who booed Dylan when he went electric at the 1965 festival (this year was the 50th anniversary of that iconic set) – would probably have seen their heads explode if they caught My Morning Jacket’s surprise set on first night of this year’s gathering.

Top 10 Highlights of the 2014 Newport Folk Festival

Submitted by Matthew Shelter on Mon, 08/04/2014 - 11:44 am

The Newport Folk Festival may not be a monster fest on the order of a Bonnaroo or a Coachella, but it has rejuvenated itself over the last half dozen years into a premier summer stop for a broad range of alternative, indie, country-rock and folk acts. Much of the rejuvenation has been the result of a conscious decision by festival organizers to loosen the definition of “folk” to include a much wider swath of bands – really anybody who could plausibly include an acoustic guitar at least somewhere in their set list.

Blitzen Trapper & Dawes | Fox Theater | 11/7/11

Submitted by Dave Papuga on Thu, 11/10/2011 - 8:44 pm

There were four standards for the bands on the bill at The Fox Theater in Boulder on Monday night: each band must have at least one member with an afro (or big hair, at least), each band must hail from somewhere on the western seaboard, each band must maintain a packed house and each band must rip shit up during their set.

Dawes Confirm Summer Support Slot With Alison Krauss

Submitted by press on Thu, 05/12/2011 - 12:01 am

TO Records is excited to announce that Dawes has confirmed 17 dates supporting Alison Krauss & Union Station. Beginning July 27 in Danbury, CT, the dates run through August 27, and include stops at New York’s Beacon Theatre, the Fox in Atlanta and two shows at The Ryman in Nashville.

California Quartet, Dawes, Convey Timeless Americana

Submitted by Henry Hauser on Mon, 11/22/2010 - 7:10 pm

Greeting San Francisco’s The Independent with wide smiles and affectionate waves, country/folk quartet Dawes blessed the Saturday night crowd with golden vocals, sultry finger picking, and radiant, molten country jams evocative of Workingman’s Dead.  Riding rave reviews of their performances at Lollapalooza and Barnstormer,

Far Out! Furthur Rocks SF's Outside Lands

Submitted by Henry Hauser on Tue, 08/17/2010 - 6:02 pm

“Hear ye, hear ye! From deadhead hippies to electro pop hipsters,” screeched the harlequin gliding on rainbow roller skates, “come one, come all.” And did they ever! Over 50,000 audiophiles packed into San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park for Outside Lands Festival to sample a delectable smorgasbord of rock immortals, indie stalwarts, and rookie sensations. Directions? No need, just follow that sweet, pungent aroma!

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