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Gov't Mule & The Lee Boys | The National | 10/22/12 | Review

Submitted by Stephen Boyd on Mon, 12/10/2012 - 11:06 am

The Lee Boys are the finest “sacred steel” ensembles I’ve ever had the pleasure to see. Within just a few notes, I and everyone I was with for the evening knew The Lee Boys had something special happening.  The band members include three brothers, Alvin Lee , Derrick Lee and Keith Lee.  They are joined by their nephews Roosevelt ‘The Doctor” Collier, Alvin Cordy Jr., and Earl Walker.

The Peach Music Festival Hosted By The Allman Brothers Band

Submitted by MSO on Thu, 07/12/2012 - 9:15 am

The Peach Music Festival announces that sales of single-day tickets will begin this Friday, July 13 at 10am. Tickets for the Friday, August 10 show will be $60* and tickets for Saturday, August 11 (which include a free Sunday, August 12 ticket) are $80*.

Phil Lesh & Friends | 1st Bank Center | 2/16/12 | Review

Submitted by Dylan Muhlberg on Fri, 02/24/2012 - 3:44 pm

By fall of 1994 the Grateful Dead scene was growing unmanageably large. Even large mainstay venues that the boys have been performing at for decades were too small anymore. The performance that used to be a not-so well-kept secret had grown to sell out the largest football and soccer stadiums.

Phil Lesh & Friends | 1st Bank Center | 2/17/12 | Review

Submitted by Charles Sokoloff on Tue, 02/21/2012 - 12:25 pm

Specific aromas have the power to transport me back to an earlier, more youthful time: the earthy redolence of decaying leaves, mesquite smoke wafting from a neighbor’s barbeque, and even the gamy stench of a hockey locker room. I also have triggers for my ocular, haptic, gustatory, and aural senses. All of us do. And I thought sensory recall was the closest thing I would ever have to a time machine. But on Friday night, Phil and Friends changed that – not once, but twice.

DelFest 2011: The Yin and the Yang, of Del McCoury, Courtesy of a Life-long Fan

Submitted by Gina on Thu, 06/02/2011 - 11:01 pm

Did you ever see the movie, The Blues Brothers?  I saw it back when it came out, in a theatre.. It’s one of my favorite comedies of all time. And one of my favorite scenes is at the honky-tonk bar, where John Belushi’s character asks the waitress what kind of music is played there.  She replies in a happy chirp, “Oh – we’ve got both kinds.. Country – AND  – Western.. “

The Wanee Journals 2011: From Earthtones to Electric Blues- A Colorful Sound Experience

Submitted by Elizabeth Palmer on Fri, 04/22/2011 - 7:04 am

After much coordination and navigation, our group celebrated the successful creation of a small tent/popup, tapestry and solar light embellished village by partaking in a few ice cold libations before heading toward the music. As we walked in the dark down the windy dirt road in the direction of deep rooted bass and canopy swinging melodies, a myriad of bioluminescent extensions of the forest helped to light our way.

All Good Festival Adds Warren Haynes, SOJA, Greensky Bluegrass & More!

Submitted by allgoodfestival.com on Mon, 04/04/2011 - 6:13 pm

Held this July 14-17 at Marvin’s Mountaintop in Masontown, WV, the 15th Annual All Good Music Festival announces the addition of six new artists performing the event:

Warren Haynes Band
SOJA
Greensky Bluegrass
That 1 Guy
These United States
All Mighty Senators

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MOUNTAIN JAM ADDS ALISON KRAUSS & UNION STATION TO FESTIVAL LINEUP

Submitted by press on Thu, 03/25/2010 - 4:30 am

Alison Krauss and Union Station featuring Jerry Douglas have joined the lineup for the 6th annual Mountain Jam Music Festival. Krauss is the recipient of a staggering 27 Grammy Awards, including Album of the Year for her collaboration with Led Zeppelin’s Robert Plant, Raising Sand. She is the most awarded female artist (and the second most awarded artist overall), in Grammy history.