Umphrey's McGee New Year's Eve run in Atlanta has finally arrived. The 29th-31st are officially sold out (with the 28th close behind), but there's still hope- a handful of tickets are being re-released right now (12:00 PM ET). Go get em, and ring in the new year properly with some face melting rock.UM is pumped to bring you an arsenal of talented supporting acts on the bill down in Atlanta, with The Bright Light Social Hour, Zoogma and Moon Taxi. On the 29th, be sure to catch Zoogma's late-night set in the Cotton Club inside the Tabernacle.
Dark Star Orchestra is happy to announce the 2nd annual Dark Star Jubilee. They could not wait until Labor Day so DSO is moving the Jubilee to Memorial Day Weekend. The festivities will take place on May 24-26, 2013 at Legend Valley in Thornville, Ohio (30 minutes East of Columbus).The Dark Star Jubilee will operate with the same philosophy as last year where the fans, bands, and crew co-exist as one.
The Mickey Hart Band announces their first tour of 2013 with special guests, The African Showboyz from Ghana. The African Showboyz are four brothers from the northern part of Ghana who fuse a unique blend of West African rhythm, dance, and raw energy. Originally discovered by Grammy-winning virtuoso, Babatunde Olatunji, the African Showboyz have shared the stage with Stevie Wonder, Fela Kuti, Fema Kuti, Arrested Development, and many others.
Tomorrow, Thursday, December 6, Trey will join Neil Young & Crazy Horse at a special benefit concert at Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa in Atlantic City, NJ.Trey, a New Jersey native, will perform a solo acoustic set at the concert. Proceeds from the evening will go to the American Red Cross Hurricane Sandy relief effort.
Today The Infamous Stringdusters announce their 2013 Ski Tour – a run of shows that brings the band, and their fans, to the Rocky Mountains’ best U.S. ski towns this winter. The itinerary - which includes stops in Vail, Colorado, Park City, Utah, and Jackson, Wyoming, among others - promises a few days off to hit the slopes.
Break out the banjo, dust off the camcorder, and gather your family and friends around the fire this holiday to sing not only the songs of the season, but those of the Grateful Dead.