Michigan’s Greensky Bluegrass continues its nationwide tour with the announcement of a West Coast leg that runs into March 2013. Finishing off an epic 2012 with a New Year’s Eve performance at The Majestic in Detroit, Greensky makes a Southeast run in early January, including the band's second appearance on Jam Cruise. A two-night Kalamazoo homecoming stand launches the band across the Midwest for a series of dates with The Deadly Gentlemen to support.
Z2 Entertainment is proud to present Greensky Bluegrass at the Fox Theatre on Friday, March 1st & Saturday, March 2nd. Tickets go on sale Friday, December 28th for $15.50 in advance and $18.00 day of show.If you're familiar with bluegrass music, then you're tuned in to some of what Greensky Bluegrass does. They're also known to throw a great party, rock n roll, and (if the critics are to be believed) they have great songs.
On Saturday, December 1, with Greensky Bluegrass at The Bottleneck and Keller a few blocks away at The Granada, what could have been a competition for fans became something much more friendly. Greensky's Paul Hoffman and Anders Beck sat in with Keller for "Wine" and "PortaPotty" and Keller returned the favor by joining Greensky on stage for a rendition of the Grateful Dead's "Franklin's Tower".
Celebrating Halloween San Francisco style, and for the second year in a row, Greensky Bluegrass visited one of the century’s most musically rich decades: the 1980s.The band performed to a sold out crowd at The Independent offering spirited takes on over 20 different songs from the Golden 80s.A matrix audio recording from their 1st annual 80’s Halloween Party can be streamed online. --Set One:Money For Nothing (Dire Straits)Maneater (Hall and
I must admit, it was a definite benefit to be in the Mitten beneath the starlit skies of the 10th anniversary of Hoxeyville 2012. Michigan people have manners that transmit an infinite welcome. Their wit submitted to my ultimate delight as I attended my first ever Hoxeyville Music Festival. Ten years of Hoxeyvillians got together over the August 16 – 19th weekend and threw an exquisite party to celebrate the beauty of a tight knit famil
In case there was any confusion regarding Yonder Mountain String Band’s capacity for throwing down an amazing show that everybody can enjoy, the band brought out three little girls on stage during a cover of Danny Barnes’ “Funtime” who danced and whipped their hair with more fervor than Willow Smith herself.