Wed, 04/29/2009 - 6:23 am
The 2009 Capitol Hill Block Party takes over Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood July 24-25. The Block Party is an annual music festival that draws upon and showcases the best indie and underground rock in the US, with a special focus on its Northwest artists. Launched 12 years ago, the Block Party has evolved into Seattle’s most anticipated outdoor party. With over 40 bands on 3 stages, great food, and plenty of cheap beer, this is by far the best party of the summer.
John Richards -KEXP Morning Show Host exclaims, "There is no other local event that truly brings the Seattle music community together (and not just because of the free booze in the VIP area...well not all because of that), the people behind the music, the artists, local media and most importantly the fans.”
Partial proceeds from The Block Party benefit two excellent non-profits: Home Alive, which encourages violence prevention, and The Vera Project, a youth run all ages venue and recording studio in Seattle.
The Block Party continues to be one of the least expensive festivals in the country.  "EARLY BIRD" tickets - May 1 - May 15:     2 day passes - $40 / single day tickets - $22

Tickets Available at www.ticketswest.com

All Seattle Rudy’s Barber Shops, Select QFC’s, Moe Bar Neumos Seattle, or charge by phone at 1-800-325-SEAT.

Block Party partners include The Stranger, 90.3 KEXP & KEXP.org, and Caffe Vita.  In association with Miller High Life, 107.7 The End, SEIU 775NW, Sealed with a Kiss, The Washington Bus, Mackie, Urban Outfitters, EAW, Jones Soda, and Jack Daniel’s

Thu, 03/08/2012 - 11:03 am

Moon Taxi recently released their new album, Cabaret, to rave reviews from critics and fans alike. Produced by the band’s own Spencer Thomson, guest-produced by Hank Sullivant, mixed by GRAMMY award winning sound engineer Vance Powell (Raconteurs), and recorded at Alex The Great in Nashville, Cabaret weaves the magnetic energy of Moon Taxi’s live show with musical ingenuity and thoughtful lyrics.Check out the video for “Cabaret” here. Acoustic version of “Radio” here.Acoustic video for “Gunflower” here.Moon Taxi U.S. Tour Dates: 3/15/12             Gulf Shores, AL @ The Hangout                       3/16/12             Gulf Shores, AL @ The Hangout                       3/17/12             Gulf Shores, AL @ The Hangout                       3/24/12             Brooklyn, NY @ Brooklyn Bowl (with Perpetual Groove)3/27/12             Greensboro, NC @ The Blind Tiger                    3/31/12             New Orleans, LA @ Maison                   4/5/12 -             Rock Island, IL @ Rock Island Brewing Co.                    4/6/12               St. Louis, MO @ The Gramophone                    4/7/12               Louisville, KY @ Zazoos                       4/12/12             Auburn, AL @ Bourbon Street               4/17/12             Chattanooga, TN @ Track 29 (with Galactic)                   4/18/12             Nashville, TN @ Cannery Ballroom (with Galactic)                       4/19/12             Atlanta, GA @ Variety Playhouse (with Galactic)            4/25/12             Augusta, GA @ Sky City                       4/26/12             Statesboro, GA @ Buffalos Cafe                      4/27/12             Savannah, GA @ Locos                       5/26/12             Lafayette, GA @ Amberland                 6/7/12               Manchester, TN @ Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival     

Tue, 02/02/2016 - 5:15 pm

Legendary rock torchbearers, Gov’t Mule, will once again team up with preeminent progressive rock band moe. to co-headline the Red Rocks Amphitheatre on August 25th, with special guest Blackberry Smoke. Fan club presale available Wednesday, February 3rd at www.mule.net, tickets on sale Friday, February 5th.

The band is gearing up for a busy 2016, headlining the historic New Orleans Jazz Fest, and  Mountain Jam festival this summer. Mule frontman and guitar legend, Warren Haynes, will begin the 2016 leg of his Ashes & Dust World Tour at the end of the month and he will also continue the tradition of leading the acclaimed Jerry Garcia Symphonic Celebration, and join Phil Lesh for his 76th Birthday Celebration concerts. For full routing and ticket information, visit WarrenHaynes.net.

Fri, 10/14/2016 - 1:28 pm

Lettuce have announced the release of a new EP entitled Mt. Crushmore, out November 11th. PRESS HERE to listen to the soulful lead single “The Love You Left Behind” which they released TODAY and is available across all DSPs. SoundCloud embed code below. The track is a funky take on the classic tune and features the gritty vocals of blues siren, Alecia Chakour. With the same exceptional musicianship and improvisational, rhythmic genius that fans have come to expect, Mt. Crushmore is once again co-produced by Grammy-nominated producer, Joel Hamilton (Elvis Costello, Highly Suspect, Pretty Lights) and is comprised of six previously unreleased tracks from their acclaimed album Crush. PRESS HERE to listen to Crush via New York Times. PRESS HERE to watch Crush: An Intergalactic Funk Odyssey by Lettuce via Billboard.com.

The band is currently in the midst of their Sounds Like A Party headlining tour which will bring them across the country hitting major cities including: BostonDenver,Austin and more, with a very special, two-night EP release show at New York City's PlayStation Theater on November 11th and 12th. A festival favorite, the band concluded a successful summer playing to huge crowds at Lollapalooza, Outside Lands and LOCKN.' Full tour routing below. Tickets are available now viahttp://www.lettucefunk.com/.

Mt. Crushmore EP Tracklist:

1. Mt. Crushmore 
2. 116 Street
3. ‘Lude, Pt. 5
4. Elephant Walk 
5. Ransome
6. The Love You Left Behind
7. ‘Lude, Pt. 6

Lettuce Sounds Like a Party Tour dates:
October 13                         Saint Louis, MO @ The Pageant – w/ Geek x VRV

October 14                         Kansas City, MO @ Crossroads KC – w/ Geek x VRV

October 15                         Denver, CO @ The Fillmore Auditorium

October 26                         Baltimore, MD @ Rams Head Live!

October 27                         Charlottesville, VA @ Jefferson Theater – w/ Eliot Lipp

October 28                         Asheville, NC @ The Orange Peel – w/ Eliot Lipp

October 29                         Live Oak, FL @ Suwanee Hulaween – w/ Flow Tribe

October 31                         Baton Rouge, LA @ Varsity Theater 

November 2                      San Antonio, TX @ Sam’s Burger Joint

November 3                      Houston, TX @ Warehouse Live – w/ Charles Bradley & His Extraordinaires

November 4                      Dallas, TX @ Gas Monkey

November 5                      Austin, TX @ Emo’s

November 6                      Tulsa, OK @ Cain’s Ballroom

November 9                      Louisville, KY @ Headliners Music Hall – w/ Michal Menert

November 11                   New York, NY @ PlayStation Theater – w/ Red Baraat

November 12                   New York, NY @ PlayStation Theater – w/ The Floozies

November 26                   San Francisco, CA @ Bill Graham Civic Auditorium – w/ GRiZ, Haywyre, & Brasstracks 

December 1                       Punta Cana, Dominican Republic @ Dominican Holidaze

December 30                    Portland, ME @ State Theatre – w/ Tauk

December 31                    Boston, MA @ House of Blues  – w/ Tauk

January 20                         Miami, FL @ Jam Cruise 15

Mon, 11/19/2018 - 4:40 pm

Jared & The Mill have released their next single “Kelsee’s Shelves” (PRESS HERE to listen). “Kelsee’s Shelves” joins a catalogue of songs which will make up the bands forthcoming album, This Story Is No Longer Available, set for release on February 15, 2019. PRESS HERE to pre-order the album on PledgeMusic.

This Story Is No Longer Available will feature the band’s four previously-released singles, including “Soul in Mind" which was called "authentic" and "open-minded" by Billboard, “Break in the Ether” which The Boot called “deeply introspective,” “Hope,” and “Feels Like.”

Jared & The Mill will be playing a series of shows along the west coast this fall, dates below. Following the New Year, the band will then head out on a multi-state tour.

For their upcoming tour, Jared & The Mill will be partnering with Can’d Aid. For every dollar sold from tickets, a dollar will be donated to Can’d Aid in support of their mission to spread “do-goodery”. Additionally, throughout the tour the band will be doing workshops with schools in 10 cities (dates and cities have yet to be announced) where they will donate instruments to selected schools.

Sat, 12/01/2018 - 1:34 pm

The Denver-based funk and soul ensemble are releasing their ninth studio album, Death Or Devotion, on January 25th via the band’s own label.The nine-track album is a killer collection of feel good grooves. The album’s first release, “Whacha Gonna Bring,” was recently used for HeadCount’s Get Out The Vote Campaign for the mid-term elections. The song is as much a deep pocket heavy groove as it is a reminder that each and every individual has the opportunity to make their voice heard, not only by voting but by bringing positivity and joy to the table. Full track listing is below.

For almost 20 years, The Motet have been fusing boisterous badass funk and swaggering soul with a thought-provoking inventiveness to create something truly unique. Death Or Devotion earmarks an important point in the band’s own journey. Since emerging in 1998, the seven-piece band (Dave Watts [drums], Joey Porter [keys], Garrett Sayers [bass], Ryan Jalbert [guitar], Lyle Divinsky [vocals], Drew Sayers [sax] and Parris Fleming [trumpet]) have cooked up eight full-length albums and entranced countless crowds. 2016 saw them welcome Lyle behind the mic and Drew on sax. Shortly after, they kicked off what has become an annual tradition by selling out the legendary Red Rocks Amphitheatre for the second time. Along the way, The Motet started recording Death Or Devotion during intermittent sessions at Scanhope Sound in their native Colorado in 2017. For the first time, Lyle, Drew, and Parris (trumpet) worked on a Motet record together from start-to-finish, and each member of the band brought something different to the mix with their own unique set of musical influences and styles. This collection of new songs finds the band pushing boundaries and breaking new ground, welcoming old fans and new audiences alike – continually providing a welcome escape for listeners.

“The essence is always going to be the groove, but we wanted to expand the idea of what a funk album could be,” says vocalist Lyle Divinsky. “Of course, you want a driving backbeat. However, with the division that’s going on in this country and the world, I think it’s every artist’s responsibility to create a conversation. That conversation doesn’t have to be political either. It can be about love or an introspective journey. I think the commentary should be on what it’s like to be alive today. By drawing on funk, we create a fun, palatable musical vehicle for the message to go down. Our goal is for you to recognize we’re all dancing on the same dance floor—even though our steps may look a little different.”

Death or Devotion Full Tracklisting

1. “Highly Compatible”

2. “Whacha Gonna Bring”

3. “Joke’s On Me”

4. “Death Or Devotion”

5. “Get It Right”

6. “Kneebone”

7. “Supernova”

8. “Contagious”

9. “Speed Of Light”

Mon, 12/03/2018 - 11:08 am

Lettuce has announced their 2019 appearance at Red Rocks Amphitheatre set for Saturday, June 15th. The 4th annual Rage Rocks show, the band's sixth overall time playing the legendary Colorado venue, will feature two full sets from Lettuce, one of which will be a Jerry Garcia Band cover set, along with support from TAUK and The Soul Rebels. Pre-sale tickets are available starting Tuesday, December 4th at 10am MST with the general on-sale commencing Friday, December 7th at 10am MST via Live Nation; PRESS HERE for details and to purchase.

"The scenery and feeling at this divine location in Morrison, Colorado makes Red Rocks Amphitheatre a multi-sensory experience by itself. Add in two tablespoons of Jimi Hendrix's historic performances here, a half cup of The Grateful Dead and Jerry Garcia's legendary shows at the venue, and a heaping quart of the Count Basie big band's gigantic vibe and lingering presence that is emanating from the area and you have yourself one immense vortex of goodness," shares Erick "Jesus" Coomes (bass). "It is hands down one of our very favorite venues in the country and is incomparable to any other place. Long live Colorado and it's band of merry pranksters."

Adds Adam Deitch (drums), "We gonna funk up Dead Nation! "

Prior to the summer show, Lettuce - drummer Adam Deitch, guitarist Adam Smirnoff, bassist Erick "Jesus" Coomes, keyboardist and vocalist Nigel Hall, saxophonist Ryan Zoidis and trumpet player Eric Bloom - is on the road throughout the winter starting with a trio of shows in Texas (Houston Dec. 28, Dallas Dec. 29 and Austin Dec. 31) to close out 2018 and ring in the new year. Then, the band brings their psychedelic sonics, blissful grooves, jazz rhythms and hip-hop inspired beats across the country to over 20 cities during January, February and March including Boston, Detroit, Pittsburgh, Brooklyn, Cleveland, Nashville, Atlanta, Memphis, Aspen, Las Vegas, San Diego and San Francisco. Full tour routing below.

Lettuce's latest album, Witches Stew, is the sextet's contemporary jazz fusion tribute to Miles Davis. PRESS HERE to listen. Recorded live at the 2016 Catskill Chill, the album is an interpretive take on the historically experimental and lauded Bitches Brew era. In a similar vein of Thundercat, Flying Lotus and Kamasi Washington, Lettuce continues to push jazz fusion forward with this latest release, a tribute to one of the band's biggest influences. Lettuce is currently working on a new studio album.

Known for their incendiary live shows, extensive touring, die-hard fans, and massive two-decade career, Lettuce brings forth a new vitality to classic funk music. Together, the stellar group of musicians continues to earn their name as a can't-miss live act and acclaimed masters of their craft. The members of Lettuce are also highly sought after musicians in hip-hop and pop. Adam Deitch is a member of Break Science and has played with everyone from John Scofield and 50 Cent to Talib Kweli and Wyclef Jean. Erick "Jesus" Coomes is a noted producer who has worked with Kanye West and Dr. Dre and was a touring bassist for Britney Spears and The Game. Blending together their talents in a sound distinctly their own, Lettuce has garnered praise by the likes of New York Times, NPR, Billboard, Consequence of Sound, Relix, Red Bull Music and more.


December 28             Houston, TX @ Warehouse Live

December 29             Dallas, TX @Granada Theatre

December 31             Austin, TX @ Emo's

January 10                 Rochester, NY @ Anthology Live*

January 11                 Boston, MA @ House of Blues*

January 12                 Clifton Park, NY @ Upstate Concert Hall*

January 13                 South Burlington, VT @ Higher Ground Ballroom*

January 15                 Indianapolis, IN @ The Vogue*

January 16                 Detroit, MI @ St. Andrew's Hall*

January 17                 Pittsburgh, PA @ Rex Theater*

January 18                 Hartford, CT @ Infinity Music Hall & Bistro*

January 19                 Brooklyn, NY @ Brooklyn Steel

January 22                 Harrisburg, PA @ Whitaker Center

January 23                 Cleveland, OH @ House of Blues

January 24                 Covington, KY @ Madison Theater

January 25                 Nashville, TN @ Marathon Music Works

January 26                 Atlanta, GA @ Center Stage

February 15              Fort Lauderdale, FL @ Revolution Live

February 17              Pensacola, FL @ Vinyl Music Hall

February 19              Memphis, TN @ Minglewood Hall

February 20              Oklahoma City, OK @ Tower Theatre

February 24              Aspen, CO @ Belly Up Aspen

February 25              Aspen, CO @ Belly Up Aspen

February 27              Salt Lake City, UT @ The Commonwealth Room

February 28              Las Vegas @ Brooklyn Bowl

March 1                      San Diego, CA @ North Park Theatre

March 21-24             San Francisco, CA @ San Francisco Jazz Center with John Scofield

June 15                       Morrison, CO @ Red Rocks Amphitheatre+


*With Ghost Note

+With TAUK and The Soul Rebels

Otherwise, show is "An evening with Lettuce"

Thu, 12/06/2018 - 6:27 pm

Instrumental jamband Lotus surprised fans today with the release of their new album, Frames Per Second. Tracked live at Rittenhouse Soundworks in Philadelphia with cameras rolling, the all-instrumental 19-song studio album and accompanying documentary aims to showcase Lotus in a pure, raw form performing live in the studio. Instrumental jazz-funk, Norwegian space-disco and psychedelic rock are just some of the sounds that influenced the expansive audio and video project. Frames Per Second is available now digitally and as a 3-LP vinyl set with video downloads and video-on-demand options. PRESS HERE to listen.

PRESS HERE to watch a promo video for the Frames Per Second documentary.

“Frames Per Second is a different project than we've ever made before,” shares bassist/composer Jesse Miller. “I hesitate to even call it an album. I see it more as a documentary of our current composing and playing. The guiding theme was the idea that we would record live in the studio with cameras filming. But, since it is not a concert with an audience, big sound system and flashing lights, the energy is very different. It is more intimate and introspective. We set up in a big circle with the primary camera in the center of the room, putting the viewer or listener directly in the middle of the band.”

Keyboardist/composer Luke Miller adds, “We recorded Frames Per Second live in the studio so we could capture the interplay between the members of Lotus. We’ve been performing together for many years, so there is a telepathy that happens when playing live. We left room for unscripted improvisation in the compositions, and recorded fast, in just four days, so we had to rely on listening to each other and reacting in real time. Documenting the album on video was a way to give listeners an up close perspective of that process. For an instrumental album, seeing where the sounds come from and the physicality of actually manipulating the strings, keys, and sticks can be very insightful and add a layer of depth and enjoyment. And in a time where many things get digitized to death, musicians playing live in the studio can be a humanizing remedy.”

For Frames Per Second (written and produced by Jesse and Luke and available via the band’s own label), Lotus aimed to incorporate pyschedelia into the album’s sound by combining hypnotic beats with unexpected harmonic or timbral turns. Songs such as “December Sun” and “Milk & Honey” have sections that can wash over the listener like waves.  The band also put their own spin on different classic funk styles, like 70s Fusion, West Coast G-Funk, Instrumental Soul, Boogie, and 80s Electric Funk. “Gunk” came out of the G-Funk experiment, with Luke pointing out, “You can hear the influence in the synth bass and some of the percussion accents.”

Lotus: Frames Per Second

Luke also drew inspiration from the funky sounds of the Hohner clavinet. He notes, “The clavinet is a keyboard used on many 70’s records. Think ‘Superstition.’ Jesse rented his clavinet to Stevie Wonder once so it might have a little residual Wonder magic on it. I was trying to absorb some of that juice when I started writing tunes for this album based around clavinet grooves.” Full track listing for Frames Per Second can be found below.

In more exciting Lotus news, the quintet – Mike Greenfield (drums), Jesse Miller (bass, sampler), Luke Miller (guitar, keys), Mike Rempel (guitar) and Chuck Morris (percussion) – have also revealed their initial 2019 tour plans in support of the new album, featuring back-to-back shows in each city. Lotus will perform multiple nights in Philadelphia (two shows: January 25-26), Buffalo (two shows: February 8-9), Pittsburgh (two shows: February 15-16), Brooklyn (three shows: April 4-6), Washington, DC (two shows; April 19-20) and the Denver area (two shows: April 26-27), culminating with a headlining show at Red Rocks Amphitheatre on April 27th featuring special guests Ghostland Observatory. Fan club tickets are available now with the general on-sale starting this Friday, December 7th or Saturday, December 8th (depending on show date); PRESS HERE for more info including ticket bundle details which include the Frames Per Second documentary with purchase through Lotus’ fan club.  Full tour routing, including remaining 2018 dates, for Lotus can be found below.

Musically, Lotus has always been difficult to define; an instrumental jamband that has favored groove-based improvisation instead of gaudy solos and noodling. Influences of classic electronic dance music, funk, post-rock and dance-rock, from the likes of Talking Heads, The Orb, Underworld, Herbie Hancock and Steve Reich, have all made their way into the Lotus sound. Over the years, their unique musical blend helped forge a new path in the jamband landscape, influencing many younger bands in the scene. Albums such as their debut studio release Nomad (2006) have become a touchstone for how to organically fuse elements of electronica with jam music, and the band continues to evolve through each tour and album bringing in new sounds and writing styles.

Lotus - photo by Ben Wong

The first incarnation of Lotus (including Luke Miller and Mike Rempel) came together for a music showcase in 1998 at Goshen College in Indiana. In the summer of 1999, Jesse Miller joined and the band began writing and performing on a regular basis. Now approaching two decades together, Lotus has toured actively throughout the US working their way up from dingy basement clubs to world-class venues such as Red Rocks. They've become festival favorites, playing everything from Bonnaroo, Camp Bisco and Outside Lands to Ultra Music Festival and Electric Forest, building a hyper-loyal following along the way. The band also hosts their own annual SummerDance Festival in Garrettsville, Ohio, where thousands flock to join a vibrant community of Lotus fans.

Frames Per Second Track Listing

“Cold Facts”


“Bug Love”



“Stranger Danger”



“Forgotten Name”

“Fortune Favors”

“Giffard’s Airship”

“December Sun”

“Cloak & Dagger”

“Celluloid Swagger”




“Milk and Honey”

“And Yet They Fight”


12/12-16/2018 – Puerto Morelos, Mexico | Holidaze 2018

12/28/2018 – Detroit, MI | The Majestic Theatre*

12/29/2018 – Grand Rapids, MI | The Intersection*

12/30/2018 – Chicago, IL | Park West*

12/31/2018 – Chicago, IL | Park West*

1/25/2019 – Philadelphia, PA | Union Transfer

1/26/2019 – Philadelphia, PA | Union Transfer

2/8/2019 – Buffalo, NY | Town Ballroom

2/9/2019 – Buffalo, NY | Town Ballroom

2/15/2019 – Pittsburgh, PA | Mr. Smalls Theatre

2/16/2019 – Pittsburgh, PA | Mr. Smalls Theatre

4/4/2019 – Brooklyn, NY | Brooklyn Bowl

4/5/2019 – Brooklyn, NY | Brooklyn Bowl

4/6/2019 – Brooklyn, NY | Brooklyn Bowl

4/19/2019 – Washington, DC | 9:30 Club

4/20/2019 – Washington, DC | 9:30 Club

4/26/2019 – Denver, CO | Summit

4/27/2019 – Morrison, CO | Red Rocks Amphitheatre^

*with special guests El Ten Eleven

^with special guests Ghostland Observatory

Fri, 01/04/2019 - 10:12 am

Greensky Bluegrass are kicking off the new year with another new single from their highly anticipated seventh studio album, All For Money (Big Blue Zoo Records). PRESS HERE to buy or stream "Courage For The Road," the latest track to reaffirm the band's place atop their genre. Possessed by chaotic melodies and expert rapid-fire instrumentation, the track gives listeners but a taste of what to expect from these titans at one of their legendary live shows. "Courage For The Road" is Greensky Bluegrass at their most enthused, as lyrics situated at an emotional crossroad are set ablaze by an elated jam session that illustrates just how much passion and energy they possess.

All For Money is out on January 18th, 2019 via the band's own label, Big Blue Zoo Records. The set of 12 new songs was recorded at Echo Mountain Recording in Asheville, NC alongside co-producers Dominic John Davis (Jack White's longtime bassist) and Glenn Brown. After 18 years together, up to 175 shows per year, nearly 1,000 different setlists, six studio albums and a litany of live releases, Greensky Bluegrass embodies more than just music for its members, and the irony of the album title highlights the band's own sense of humor. The collection is being hailed by critics as their best yet.

Greensky Bluegrass will be kicking off their Winter Tour with special guests Circles Around The Sun, Billy Strings and Cris Jacobs Band on January 10th. Stops include famed venues such as: The Ryman Auditorium, The Beacon Theatre, The Anthem, The Tabernacle and more. Even more exciting, the band has just announced a three-night engagement at the legendary Red Rocks Amphitheatre set for September 13th, 14th, and 15th. For ticket info and a list of all upcoming dates, please visit greenskybluegrass.com.

Thu, 01/10/2019 - 12:05 pm

The incredible genre-bending Greensky Bluegrass are hitting the road in support of their 7th studio album All For Money, out January 18th. Following a successful four night residency at Chicago's Riviera Theatre at the end of last year, the band kicks off their 2019 winter tour tonight in Albany ready to start the New Year with a bang. With multiple sold out dates and special guests Circles Around The Sun, Billy Strings and the Cris Jacobs Band joining them, this is sure to be their most exciting tour yet. The tour will include stops at famed venues across the country including The Ryman Auditorium, The Beacon Theatre, two nights at The Anthem in DC and more. Never ones to slow down, following this tour Greensky Bluegrass are scheduled to perform at a variety of summer festivals as well as a three night engagement at the Red Rocks Amphitheatre on September 13th, 14th, and 15th - with acts The Lil Smokies, Rayland Baxter, and Billy Strings opening each night respectively. Tickets for all 2019 dates are available now; PRESS HERE for details and to purchase.

All For Money will be released via the band's own label, Big Blue Zoo Records. The set of 12 new songs was recorded at Echo Mountain Recording in Asheville, NC alongside co-producers Dominic John Davis (Jack White's longtime bassist) and Glenn Brown. After 18 years together, up to 175 shows per year, nearly 1,000 different setlists, six studio albums and a litany of live releases, Greensky Bluegrass embodies more than just music for its members, and the irony of the album title highlights the band's own sense of humor. The collection is being hailed by critics as their best yet.

Greensky Bluegrass is [Anders Beck (dobro), Michael Arlen Bont (banjo), Dave Bruzza (guitar), Mike Devol (upright bass) and Paul Hoffman (mandolin)].


January 10 - Albany, NY - Palace Theatre *

January 11 - Philadelphia, PA - The Met Philadelphia *

January 12 - New York, NY - Beacon Theatre *

January 16 - Covington, KY - Madison Theater *

January 17 - Nashville, TN - Ryman Auditorium *

January 18 - St. Louis, MO - The Pageant *

January 19 - Atlanta, GA - Tabernacle *

January 22 - St. Petersburg, FL - Jannus Landing Terrace ^

January 23 - Charleston, SC - Charleston Music Hall ^ *SOLD OUT*

January 24 - Knoxville, TN - The Mill & Mine ^

January 25 - Raleigh, NC - The Ritz ^

January 26 - Charlotte, NC - The Fillmore Charlotte ^

January 27 - Charleston, WV - Mountain Stage *SOLD OUT*

January 29 - Portland, ME - State Theatre #

January 30 - Boston, MA - House of Blues #

January 31 - Jim Thorpe, PA - Penn's Peak #

February 1 - Washington, DC - The Anthem #

February 2 - Washington DC - The Anthem #

February 5 - Cleveland, OH - House of Blues #

February 6 - Columbus, OH - Express Live! #

February 7 - Pittsburgh, PA - Stage AE #

February 8 - Detroit, MI - The Fillmore Detroit #

February 9 - Detroit, MI - The Fillmore Detroit #

*w/ Circles Around the Sun

#w/ Billy Strings

^Cris Jacobs Band


March 29 - 31 - Squaw Valley - Tahoe, CA - Winterwondergrass

April 11 - 14 - Las Vegas, NV - Bender Jamboree

June 6 - 8 - Wellston, MI - Camp Greensky Music Festival

June 20 - 23 - Telluride, CO - Telluride Bluegrass Festival

July 4 - 7 - Quincy, CA - High Sierra Festival

July 25 - 28 - Scranton, PA - The Peach Music Festival


September 13, 14, 15

w/ special guests: The Lil' Smokies, Rayland Baxter and Billy Strings

Sat, 01/19/2019 - 4:18 pm

Critically lauded, Indian born world musician Falu (aka Falguni Shah) has scored her first GRAMMY® nomination in Best Children’s Album for her latest album, Falu’s Bazaar – PRESS HERE to listen. Falu’s Bazaar was inspired by her desire to address her son’s fascination with their cultural values and customs, exploring Indian culture through song, and celebrating the instruments, languages, sights, and humanity of a diverse world. A true family affair, Falu’s husband plays on the record, while three generations comprise its voice with vocals performed by Falu, her mother, and her son Nishaad.  Falu’s Bazaar is a trilingual album sung in English, Hindi, and Gujarati, with lush traditional instrumentation, gorgeous production, and delicate delivery.

Soon after moving to the States from Bombay in 2000, Falu recorded and performed alongside a wide array of artists including: A.R. Rahman (Slumdog Millionaire), Yo-Yo Ma (in The Silk Road Project), Philip Glass, Ricky Martin, Wyclef Jean, her mentor Ustad Sultan Khan, Blues Traveler, and Bernie Worrell (Parliament Funkadelic). Her songs have been featured in multiple blockbuster films, including Angelina Jolie’s directorial debut A Place in Time, and her debut self-titled album was featured in Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History’s “Beyond Bollywood” exhibit as representative of the voice of Indian American trendsetting artists. Additionally, Falu was named one of the 20 most influential global Indian women by the Economic Times of India in 2015 and this year she won the Women Icons of India award in Mumbai, India.


Falu has sparked the interest of all types of music enthusiasts with her live performances and has appeared both nationally on FOX TV and internationally on National Geographic TV. She has sung at the prestigious Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center for the Dalai Lama, The White House for President Obama’s first State Dinner in honor of the Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, and at the Time 100 Gala where she performed a duet with Slumdog Millionaire composer A.R. Rahman in front of the one hundred of Time Magazine's most influential people in the world, including First Lady Michelle Obama and Oprah Winfrey.