Today, Moonalice, the 10-piece Bay Area collective known for bringing peace, love, and happiness wherever they go, releases their uplifting anthem “Woo Woo.” As fans reset for the new year and look to the future, Moonalice reminds them to reflect on the present, where sometimes the destination is actually the journey itself. Written by The T Sisters’ Rachel Tietjen, who now is a member of Moonalice along with her sisters, “Woo Woo” is a song about living in the moment.
Specialists are set to embark on their Winter tour starting January 6th of 2022. After playing Shaky Knees festival in Atlanta GA, Specialists saw their potential to reach a wider audience by branching out of their current home in NYC. Founded in upstate New York, Specialists are eager to bring their Pop-Funk sound down south to Nashville TN, Knoxville TN, Ludlow KY, Atlanta GA, and Charlotte NC.
Generous people like you allow our three branches - the Birthplace of Country Music Museum, the annual Bristol Rhythm & Roots Reunion music festival, and WBCM Radio Bristol - to create recognition, opportunities, and economic benefit for our local and regional communities.
You have helped make it possible to educate and engage audiences worldwide regarding the history, impact and legacy of the 1927 Bristol Sessions and for that we are truly grateful.
Sicard Hollow is a four-piece progressive bluegrass band who formed with a mutual passion for pushing the boundaries of genre. Heavily influenced by the Grateful Dead and New Grass Revival, these young pickers bring new energy to a timeless style with a combination of fearless improvisation and instrumental prowess.
The String Cheese Incident are indeed coming to the Auditorium Theatre in Chicago for New Year's 2021. Thursday, December 30th will begin the 3 night run on 12/30, 12/31, and 1/1 2022. Proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test within 72 hours of show time will be required for admission but as of this posting, the show must go on! Find a snazzy outfit to match your masks and bring your beautiful self out to celebrate New Year's Eve in Chicago!
Brooklyn-born, Los Angeles-based keyboard master, soul singer, composer, and producer Cory Henry is amidst a career breakout. While the world hit pause at the quarter-way mark of 2020, Henry, who was scheduled to be on a world tour with Lenny Kravitz, turned inward, reflecting on moments in his own life and voicing them within his music. He culminated his thoughts and energy into his sophomore album, Something to Say.