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Lettuce & The Wailers | Red Rocks | Review

Submitted by Philip Emma on Thu, 08/18/2016 - 1:20 pm

On a perfect summer day in Colorado, there may be no better place to spend one’s time then Red Rocks Amphitheater with the reggae legendary band the Wailers and one of funk’s most invigorating bands, Lettuce. These two musical powerhouses always leave their crowds satisfied. This year, Lettuce was even better than they were last year. This show was staggering the whole way through.

Gary Nesta Pine to release new Album

Submitted by Press Junkie PR on Wed, 08/17/2016 - 1:24 pm

Gary Nesta Pine has been inspired by, and devoted to, music for as long as he can remember.  “I’m a messenger from Jah.  My dad was a postman; I feel like I am the postman of music.” The impact reggae has had on his life, and him on its sound, can’t be understated. They’re so intertwined that it’s hard to imagine Jamaican roots reggae without the passion of Gary Nesta Pine.

Dark Star Jubilee 2016 | Review & Photos

Submitted by Cassidy Maley on Wed, 06/08/2016 - 4:57 pm

I had the privilege of attending my favorite festival of the year for the fifth year in a row, and I am here to tell you of the best place on Earth. I would travel across several oceans to get to this festival. It is one that if you haven’t experienced, it should definitely be placed on your bucket list. I’d like to start this tale of Dark Star Jubilee, held at Legend Valley, in Thornville Ohio, each Memorial Day weekend, with some words from the band, written in each schedule passed out:

The Wailers Announce Dates to Celebrate the 30th Anniversary of Legend

Submitted by Gorgeous PR on Mon, 10/13/2014 - 3:27 pm

The world's most iconic reggae band The Wailers just announced new U.S. tour dates to celebrate the 30th anniversary and recent top 5 ranking on the Billboard Top 200 charts of the rerelease of their renowned 1984 album LEGEND

The emblematic reggae group will be performing the album in its entirety throughout their tour.

Dark Star Jubilee 2014 | Review & Photos

Submitted by Cassidy Maley on Tue, 06/03/2014 - 3:12 pm

For the third year in a row I had the honor to attend one of my favorite events all year.  There is nothing else in this world that can put a smile on my face quite like a familiar Grateful Dead tune can. This year at Dark Star Jubilee was just as beautiful as the last three. I couldn’t have picked a better way to spend my Memorial Day weekend.

Summer Set Music Festival 2013 | Review and Photos

Submitted by Elliot Engebretson on Thu, 08/29/2013 - 3:12 pm

Vibrant splashes of neon color filled the rolling hills of Wisconsin the weekend of August 9th-11th, as fans from all around the Midwest came to celebrate the second annual Summer Set Music Festival. Packing the place with an average of 15,000 attendees per day, slightly up from last year’s average, the festival maintained a substantial crowd throughout the day and into the night’s major acts.

Wailers Join The Stone Roses for the UK's Most Anticipated Musical Event

Submitted by Gorgeous PR on Thu, 06/28/2012 - 3:48 pm

Seminal British rock band, The Stone Roses, announced their reunion tour earlier this year, to the delight of their faithful fans. Perhaps the most important stop on this international tour is Heaton Park in their hometown of Manchester, UK.

Wanee Music Festival 2010

Submitted by Gina on Thu, 04/22/2010 - 7:35 pm

Florida is a place unto itself, by my estimation. Like the other ‘big states’ of Texas and California, it takes on its own unique identity and presence. These states are so large, they are their own ‘region;’ and again by my estimation, include elements of all that is around them. Florida is neither just southern, nor merely coastal. Florida has elements of east coast culture, due in no small measure to the strong concentration of New York retirees, the so-called ‘snow birds.’ Florida also has significant aspects of Cuban and Mexican culture elements, as well.

Day 2 of Mile High | Big clouds, little crowds

Submitted by sam on Thu, 08/06/2009 - 3:32 am

On Sunday, the revelers at the second annual Mile High Music Festival were granted a temporary reprieve from the heat.  The sky was cloudy, and lo!  The grounds were clean!  The night before, as I waded through a sea of discarded plastic beer cups, it occurred to me that perhaps a better way to save the planet would have been to sell freely refillable beer cups, in the hopes that folks would use the same cup all day, rather than burning through five or six.  Now I’m all in favor of just about any recycling program you could think of, but refillable beer

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