March 2023

Pickathon has just released the full lineup of bands for the 2023 Festival, coming August 3-6 to Pendarvis Farm in Happy Valley, Oregon (16 miles outside of Portland, OR). Music fans will recognize indie roots powerhouses Watchhouse, or old-school soul icon Lee Fields, and folks in the know will be happy about alt-glam band Dehd, indie-folk superstar Madison Cunningham, and Zambian psych rockers W.I.T.C.H.

Singer, composer and actress Sabina Sciubba, founder of the Grammy-nominated Brazilian Girls, confirms and unveils the title of her upcoming third solo album Sleeping Dragon set for release June 23, along with new single and video “Paris Tropical,” watch HERE.

GRAMMY Award-winning trio, Nickel Creek—mandolinist Chris Thile, violinist Sara Watkins and guitarist Sean Watkins—performed their new song, “Where the Long Line Leads,” last night on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” Watch/share HERE.

Borderland Festival, one of the region’s most popular music and art festivals, makes its return to Knox Farm State Park, just 15 minutes from downtown Buffalo, September 15th through the 17th.  That’s right – now a three-day festival starting on Friday, Borderland will celebrate its fifth year with more than 20 bands on 2 stages.

GRAMMY Award-winning music pioneer Alison Brown’s banjo “is an instrument possessed of a unique sonic signature and an inescapable beauty” (Billboard), and it shows on her new collaboration with GRAMMY Award-winning musician/actor/author Steve Martin, “Foggy Morning Breaking,” available everywhere tomorrow (3.24).

Watch the “Foggy Morning Breaking” video, here:

Summerfest presented by American Family Insurance is excited to announce over 100 artists for the festival’s 55th anniversary. The multi-genre lineup includes Eric Church, Dave Matthews Band, ODESZA, Zach Bryan, Imagine Dragons, Santa Fe Klan, Earth, Wind & Fire, Noah Kahan, Ava Max, The Pretty Reckless, Sean Paul, Coi Leray, Japanese Breakfast, Yellowcard, Smokey Robinson, Fleet Foxes and more.