December 2019

Psychedelic funk band LITZ has just released a new single "Summertime Blues" in anticipation of their EP The Bigger Picture Vol. 1 due to release on December 21, 2019. LITZ fans may recognize the feel good track from their live repertoire, as they have been spreading their "cure for the Summertime blues" live at festivals this past Summer and recently came off a whirlwind month-long tour all over the country at venues including Larimer Lounge in Denver, CO, The Pour House in Charleston, SC, and Nectar's in Burlington, VT.

One could almost feel kaleidoscopic dust particles shake from the hallowed halls and chandeliers of the gritty old Fillmore in San Francisco on December 6.

Hot on the heels of their first annual Woodlands Music and Arts Festival in Charleston, SC, and gearing up for their first annual Rockjavik event in Reykjavik, Iceland, world-renowned improv-rockers Umphrey’s McGee are ready to release new music. Earlier this year, on a show day in New Haven, CT, the band found themselves recording a studio version of live show fan-favorite, “Ride On Pony,” at Telefunken Recording Studio.

This track mixes roadhouse rock & roll and southern soul with a bluesy, backwoods stomp, chronicling the historic 2010 flood of the Cumberland River, which washed its way across many notable Nashville landmarks.

Raised on the southern outskirts of Nashville, Chip Greene grew up with a very different kind of Music City looming in the distance. The construction cranes and high-rise condos— now a ubiquitous part of Nashville's ever-growing skyline — wouldn't pierce the horizon for another decade or more, and creative-minded people were still in charge. It was there, in a city fueled by art and filled with starry-eyed musicians, that Greene launched his career as a piano-pounding songwriter, reshaping the influences of his childhood — including Billy Joel, Charlie Rich, U2, and Bruce Springsteen — into his own brand of smoky, salt-of-the-earth rock & roll.

Lights All Night (LAN), one of the longest-running end-of-the-year parties in Dallas and across the country, is proud to now reveal various onsite and experiential details ahead of the 10th annual music festival returning to Dallas Market Hall near downtown Dallas on Friday and Saturday, December 27 and 28 of New Year’s Eve weekend.