January 2022

The jam rock quintet Goose has been selling out shows and headlining venues where they previously served as the opening band because they deliver epic shows night after night, engage with fans via social media, and find new ways to exercise their creativity. This Connecticut based squad continues to rise up and come together, while attracting a kind and friendly fan base to join them on the ride.

After their 2020 world tour.  KCL, the iconic, genre-bending powerhouse trio featuring guitarist Wayne Krantz, drummer Keith Carlock and bassist Tim Lefebvre is returning with a string of dates to kick off their “Golden Days” 2022  tour, starting in New York City on Feb 18 at The Bitter End.  Cutting live recordings from the club and posting them online in the early days of the internet and touring

In celebration of a half-century of soul, Estelle is joined by the legendary Al Green on Apple Music Hits on the 50th anniversary of his essential album, 'Let's Stay Together'. The two discuss the evolution of the titular track, the distinctive 'Memphis Sound,' working with longtime producer Willie Mitchell, the legacy of the album 50 years on, and more.


Oslo-based American-Norwegian trio Buster Sledge is newly signed with label Heilo and soon to release its first studio album Call Home in May 2022, following up on their self-recorded and self-released debut Spirit (2020). Fiddle, banjo, guitar and three voices are the vehicle for lyrical storytelling against an orchestral backdrop anchored in the acoustic music traditions of the United States.


Renowned quartet Gov’t Mule – led by GRAMMY® Award-winning vocalist, songwriter, guitar legend, and producer Warren Haynes – has announced a run of headlining Spring tour dates supporting their critically acclaimed, chart-topping blues album, Heavy Load Blues. Commencing April 6th in Syracuse, the month-long outing includes their rescheduled New Year’s shows in Philadelphia and New York City, the latter of which are now set for April 8th and 9th still at The Beacon Theatre, the band’s unofficial home-court venue.

Pink Talking Fish will be bringing their fusion of Pink Floyd, Talking Heads and Phish all around the country this winter and spring. The band will travel to 11 different states, spanning through the Northeast, West Coast, Midwest and Colorado.
The shows kick off this Saturday at the historic Music Hall in Portsmouth NH for their annual Winter Carnival. The rest of February includes Northeast stops in Hartford CT, Ardmore PA and Jay VT at the Jay Peak Ski Resort.