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40th Annual RockyGrass Festival Review + Interviews

Submitted by Charles Sokoloff on Mon, 08/06/2012 - 7:07 pm

As Tim O’Brien and Friends kicked off the final set of RockyGrass 2012, I planted my feet a couple of yards behind the elevated stage. The canopy of treetops overhead, awash in color from the stage lights, absorbed a light drizzle. To my right, the deity of all double bassists, Edgar Meyer, calmly warmed up next to the main stage staircase.

Leftover Salmon 2012 New Years in Chicago

Submitted by leftoversalmon.com on Thu, 07/12/2012 - 9:51 am

Leftover Salmon Announces “New Year’s Run 2012” to take place in the Midwest! Tickets will go On-Sale July 13th.  The band hasn’t been to Chicago for a Long Time and are looking forward to coming back to chime in the new year!

Leftover Salmon will kick off their New Years run in Indianapolis, IN @ the Vogue Theatre.  Next up will be two nights @ the Old Rock House in St Louis, MO.  Salmon will finish off their New Years run in style at the Vic Theater in Chicago, IL. 

You'll find more information, including ticket information, venues, etc.

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Leftover Salmon | Fall Tour Announced & 'After The Catch'

Submitted by leftoversalmon.com on Thu, 06/14/2012 - 7:34 am

Leftover Salmon has announced dates for their 2012 Fall Tour, which sees several familiar stops, some of which the band has not visited in over a decade. The tour rolls through the Northeast, Southeast & Midwest with festival stops at The Festy Experience & Yonder Mountain String Band's Harvest Music Festival at Mulberry Mountain.LOS Fan Club Ticketing goes on sale at 10am (EST) on Thursday June 14th.

Summer Camp Music Festival: A Music Addict's Best Fix

Submitted by June Reedy on Wed, 06/13/2012 - 5:17 pm

I have a problem. It’s not a joke. I am addicted to music. I have been a victim to this addiction since 1987, maybe earlier.  That was my first live music experience.   My addiction to music has affected me adversely in the following ways: uncontrollable smiles, a feeling of connection to everyone around me, and a sense of synchronicity with harmony and syncopation within my everyday surroundings. 

DelFest 2012 | Review & Photos

Submitted by Gina on Thu, 05/31/2012 - 3:51 am

I spent my entire weekend at DelFest thinking of a musician who wasn't even on the lineup:  Doc Watson.. I had heard of his declining health just before I departed for the festival.  I overheard many at DelFest expressing their own concern.  It appears we all had a feeling, sadly.  I wish we'd have been wrong.

2012 DelFest Preview

Submitted by Gina on Sun, 05/06/2012 - 4:03 pm

I had a dream about Steve Martin, last night..

I knew I'd be writing this story, today.. That's likely why he was on my mind.  Of course he was in a white suit, with an arrow headband on his head.  [I'm a child of the seventies, after all..] But instead of playing for laughs, he was picking his banjo with fire, along with a bevy of world-class bluegrass musicians.  This was an especially fun dream, considering I've never seen him perform in any capacity beyond the movie theater.

Inspiration at Suwannee Springfest 2012

Submitted by Elizabeth Palmer on Wed, 04/18/2012 - 6:44 am

Suwannee Springfest, held March 22-25 at the beautiful Spirit of Suwannee Music Park, Live Oak, Florida was the rainiest, most violently stormy festival I have ever attended, but it was still a great time and the show went on.  It rained off and on and then just on until late afternoon Saturday. After lightening struck by our tent and the crescendo of its thunder rang in our ears, the sun did come out in all its glory.

SnowBall Music Festival | Avon, Colorado | Review | 2012

Submitted by Dylan Muhlberg on Tue, 03/20/2012 - 9:12 am

Summer is music festival season. Plain and simple. It’s the easiest time to travel to whatever destination and have the assurance that you will be comfortable and satisfied with variable weather conditions. July festivals do have their pitfalls on that end though, with scorching temperatures and fields filled with thousands of festival-goers, sometimes the dead of summer multi-day musical festivals can be exhausting and problematic to those who are more about the music and less about sunscreen and lugging camping gear around.

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