Greensky Bluegrass

Initial Lineup Unveiled for String Cheese's Suwanee Hulaween

Silver Wrapper and Purple Hat Productions have announced the first round of artists for the second annual Suwannee Hulaween, hosted by The String Cheese Incident over Halloween weekend October 31 - November 2, 2014 at Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park in Live Oak, FL.

Celebrating 10 years of The Aiken Bluegrass Festival

On the heels of the success of the Aiken Bluegrass Festival’s 2013 spring event the festival will return to Aiken this spring on May 9th and 10th, 2014. With an eclectic mix of traditional and progressive bluegrass, the 10th annual Aiken Bluegrass Festival promises to be the most exciting year to date. “What defines us as an event is our knack for booking bands that enjoy sharing the stage; friends who happily sit in on each other’s sets” says event director, Christian Schaumann.

Greensky Bluegrass to Release Riveting New Album If Sorrows Swim

Since their founding at the turn of the millennium, the five members of Greensky Bluegrass have fashioned a dynamic, intoxicating sound rooted in classic stringband Americana while branching outward to effortlessly encompass an array of styles and techniques. Their fifth studio album, If Sorrows Swim, is to be released on September 9, 2014 and distributed nationally by Thirty Tigers.

Hoxeyville Announces Lineup for 2014 Michigan Music Festival

Hoxeyville today announces the lineup for this summer’s multi-day event. The talent includes such diverse acts as two nights of Greensky Bluegrass, plus the Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Steppin In It, Airborne or Aquatic, Billy Strings & Don Julin, Luke Winslow King and many more performing on the festival’s two stages.

Other artists confirmed for Hoxeyville are some of Michigan’s top musical talent including Rachael Davis Band, Seth & May Bernard, The Crane Wives, Fauxgrass and more artists still to be announced.

WinterWonderGrass Festival | Friday in Avon, CO | Review/Photos

If summertime is the only time you make it to a killer music festival, you must not be from Colorado. Us cold-blooded mountain people could care less about below freezing temperatures and blustering blizzards. Live music is the lifeblood of Colorado’s thriving entertainment industry and the people want it all year round. Maybe one year somebody would be brave enough to host a winter camping festival, but for now, we have a few awesome concepts that are making the dead of winter a time to party at desirable festival grounds and see our favorite bands throw down a hootenanny.

Greensky Bluegrass Announce Second Leg of Winter Tour

Following a three-week tour of the Eastern states in January and February, the Michigan quintet heads West for a run through the Mountain states, four shows in California, before winding through the Pacific Northwest and then back through the Southeast with a duo of sets at Suwanee Springfest at the end of March.

Greensky Bluegrass Covers ZZ Top on New Years Eve

Music fans in Western Michigan packed The Intersection in Grand Rapids for a New Year’s Eve celebration with Greensky Bluegrass. The sold out event featured the nationally-touring group performing a nearly three hour show including highlights of their original music, including over half a dozen of their new songs, as well as a healthy dose of covers.

Greensky Bluegrass Announce 2014 Winter Tour Dates

Wrapping up a banner year in 2013 with Strings & Sol next week and topping it off with New Year’s Eve at The Intersection in Grand Rapids, MI, Greensky Bluegrass announces 17 Winter Tour dates. The Michigan quintet will visit clubs and theaters across the Eastern US with debuts in several iconic venues including the Theater of Living Arts, Paradise Rock Club, 9:30 Club & Royal Oak Music Theatre.

Chicago Bluegrass & Blues Fest. Returns to Multiple Venues in 2014

Chicago Bluegrass & Blues Festival (CBB) is ready to celebrate its 5th birthday! The wintertime roots fest returns with 17 shows format spanning three weeks in January and February!

Greensky Bluegrass Spells 'BLOODBATH' at their Halloween Show

Greensky Bluegrass fans arriving to The Neptune Theatre on Halloween were greeted to a stage that looked like a scene from a horror film. Tables with bloody sheets covering what seemed to be bodies, rusty saws, axes, shovels and grinders strewn about.  With no official announcement of what the night held in store, it seemed right away the show would be taking a dark course.  Greensky entered the stage in darkness and began the show with an eery intro and when 'Beat It' kicked in, the lights came up to reveal an undead, bloody mess.