September 2020

Launched in 2010 by brothers Kenny and Hayden Miles, Wayne Graham make articulate, wide-ranging Americana that nods to — and also reaches far beyond — the band's southern roots. Raised in Central Appalachia, the siblings grew up amongst the rugged hills and soon-to-be-shuttered coal mines of Whitesburg, Kentucky. It was an area caught halfway between old-school tradition and a new way of life.

Dirty Heads are bringing their unique blend of hip-hop, reggae and rock to the Yarmouth Drive-in on Cape Cod on Thursday, October 22 at 8:00 PM The show will be one of the California bands only stops on the East Coast. Tickets go on sale to the general public this Wednesday, September 30 at 10:00 AM; however fans can sign up now for a special presale at

My body always takes the brunt of my feelings. (The aftermath of a significant loss caused my right eye to twitch uncontrollably. In meetings I was convinced colleagues were distracted by my Quasimodo-ish appearance. I also experienced immense hearing sensitivity. The water hitting the shower pan or hum of the refrigerator drilled painfully into my head.) I often forget I suffer from this strange sensitivity, until countless visits to specialists determine I am not plagued by something terrible, rather it’s merely a stress reaction.

With a piercing, honest voice and a penchant for telling gorgeous, heartbreaking stories, Bella White is showing the world just how well a Canadian does “high and lonesome” on her debut album, Just Like Leaving, available everywhere as of Friday, Sept. 25.

The Ghost of Paul Revere have announced four additional socially-distanced shows in October. Fans can catch the band at Narrow Gauge Cinema’s Drive-In in Farmington, ME on October 11th (this is the third show added due to overwhelming demand after the October 9th and 10th dates sold out), at PopUpNH in Portsmouth, NH on October 16th (the band will play an early and a late show at 6 and 8:30), and they will also play a special, intimate hometown show in Portland, ME at Maine Craft Distilling on October 18th.

In response to the current wildfire crisis impacting the western United States, Jamcast Network has pulled together an eclectic mix of accomplished musicians for a streaming benefit show. Starting at 9 PM ET/6 PM PT on Wednesday, October 7th, the fundraiser will feature performances from Joel Cummins (Umphrey's McGee), Bill, and Jillian Nershi (String Cheese Incident), Vince Herman (Leftover Salmon), The Higgs, Cycles and more.