It’s been two weeks since the surviving members of Grateful Dead announced that they would be performing a final farewell three-day concert event over Fourth of July weekend at Chicago’s Solider Field. The most important psychedelic rock band in history turned fifty years old this year. Another equally significant anniversary for 2015 is twenty years ago this July were the final performances of the Grateful Dead with lead guitarist and bandleader Jerry Garcia.
Memorial Day weekend always produces a number of different and distinct music festivals across the country, however one Midwest festival in particular has proved for countless years that they know how to throw a unique concert experience complete with a diverse music selection, an enthusiastic and experienced crowd, and a little help from the weather gods. This year’s annual Summer Camp Music Festival was one for the ages, providing fans with an unforgettable experience that won’t be outdone anytime soon.
After a particularly grueling winter, festivalgoers around the country are dreaming of their summer getaways and for many music fans, this means a breathtaking weekend at Summer Camp Music Festival 2014. What started as roughly a 1,000 person gathering has blossomed into a 7-stage, 15,000 person event that stands as one of the Midwest’s premier festivals today.
I've been a die hard Phish fan for years. After the New Year's show, I had high expectations for the band members' side projects this year. If you have been following Trey Anastasio this winter, you too will know he has been an incredible act and displays the most incredible musicianship and shows his raw talent no matter who he is playing with. The ability to compose masterpieces and perform them with body moving jams.
You only have from now through February 16th to get Advance Tickets to the Wanee Music Festival at the price of $195.00 for a 3-Day Pass. As of Monday, February 17, the price will increase to $205.00 (plus service charges). The Allman Brothers Band with Derek Trucks and Warren Haynes (who will also be performing with their own bands) headline a great line-up of outstanding performers for what has become one of the most popular Festivals in the country. The 2014 Wanee Music Festival celebrates its 10th An
Gregg Allman has announced that The Allman Brothers Band will stop touring after 2014, so this year’s 10th Anniversary Wanee Music Festival performances could be the last time to see the whole group together with their current lineup, which includes Derek Trucks and Warren Haynes (who will also be appearing with their own groups). The band, which has headlined Wanee for ten years, is scheduled to perform Friday, April 11 and Saturday, April 12Derek Trucks and Warre
The Allman Brothers Band headline a great line-up of outstanding performers for what is fast becoming one of the most popular Festivals in the country. The 2014 Wanee Music Festival celebrates its 10th Anniversary Thursday April 10th through Saturday April 12th at the Spirit of Suwannee Music Park in Live Oak, FL.
Trey Anastasio Band will return to the road this January and February for a thirteen date Winter Tour, beginning with a two-night stand at the Ogden Theatre in Denver, CO (January 28 and 29). The run will include TAB's first shows in New Orleans since 2005 (February 7 and 8 at House of Blues) and the group's first-ever show in Orlando, FL (February 11 at House of Blues).
After the grand way the band has been performing the last few years, we can sometimes forget how much Phish used to dominate the 90s live music scene. By the winter of 1995 the band was still performing slightly under the radar and these four musical wizards were summoning magic on-stage nightly. The band is currently in the midst of an excellent fall tour, and with another winter looming has offered up an archival release from that distinguished period, this being from their December 7th 1995 show at the Niagara Falls Convention Center