Phish bassist Mike Gordon returns to the road with his band this fall. Unlike previous projects, the goal was to put together a band that would be in it for the long haul. Guitarist and longtime collaborator Scott Murawski and Mike searched the nooks and crannies of this land for players to complete the outfit. Scott can rip guitar to no end, and he belts out with the kind of voice that at once sounds like your best friend and like the deep backwoods soul and grit of a true American hobo hero, too cool to talk in normal small-talk.
Another Summer Camp Music Festival has come and gone, and while every weekend spent at Three Sisters Park in Chillicothe, IL beholds something different, this weekend had an extra-special feeling to it that was hard to put your finger on. Maybe it was the seemingly yearly re-occurring thunder storm that rolled through the festival grounds mid-afternoon Friday, soaking the grounds and bringing out the inner-child in the crowd as fans stomped through the puddles with their rain boots.
Catskill Chill is a music festival held towards the end of the summer music festival season. Most people are burnt out, broke, or unable to take anymore time off to attend another music festival. If you had an excuse for why you couldn’t attend this year’s Catskill Chill at New Minglewood, you won’t be making those same excuses next year after learning about their extremely successful transition to a new campground.
Mike's Fall tour kicks off in St. Louis before continuing east. Stops include Chicago, Burlington, Albany, Philly, DC and Mike's return to Nashville for the first time since 2011. The tour ends with the band's first multi-night run, with a special intimate three-nighter at The Sinclair in Cambridge, MA. The first two nights are sold out. Tickets are on sale now for the rest of the tour.
Mike returns to the road this fall, hitting the midwest and east coast of the U.S. with his band, augmented by mad scientist gadgetry on and around the stage, including the return of the REEL.
The tour kicks off in St. Louis before continuing east. Stops include Chicago, Burlington, Albany, Philly, DC and Mike's return to Nashville for the first time since 2011. The tour ends with the band's first multi-night run, with a special intimate three-nighter at The Sinclair in Cambridge, MA.
Denver was the site of the tour closer for Phish’s quirky bass player’s solo project. The ever evolving creative genius put together his phinest lineup to tour with and flex his creative juices that seem to ooze out of him constantly whether it is making music or film or photography. He is an innovator, and a child of sound. His current lineup features long-time collaborator and guitarist Scott Murawski, who once was part of the jam band Max Creek.
Mike returns to the road this friday, hitting the western half of the U.S. with his band on the heels of a well-received June run. Tickets are on sale for all shows, minus Denver, which is now sold out. For details, visit http://mike-gordon.com/tour.
To celebrate the start of the tour, a show from the last run has been cherry picked, mixed & mastered and is available free for download and streaming via the LivePhish App at http://livephi.sh/mg062815
Mike Gordon and his band wrapped a two-week tour last June at Union Transfer in Philadelphia. The show has been cherry picked for a brand new, free live release to celebrate the start of Mike's upcoming tour which begins January 22 in Austin, TX.
The show has been mixed & mastered from the band's multi-tracks and is available for download free and streaming via the LivePhish App at http://livephi.sh/mg062815