September 2023

Matt Glickman, the emerging keyboardist, singer, and songwriter in the New England jam scene, is set to release his highly anticipated debut live album on November 10th. Glickman has carved out a distinguished position in the music world. His collaborations with Yardbirds members, repeat performances at esteemed venues such as Levitate Backyard, invitations to prestigious festivals like LOCKN', and associations with members from Furthur and The Wallflowers all contribute to his prominent standing in the industry.


Tulane University is bringing positive change to the world through its renowned scholarship and relentless pursuit of cures for the most threatening diseases. It is discovering solutions to the greatest environmental challenges and working to transform the New Orleans economy by turning the region into a destination for advanced medical care and innovation. The seventh annual Tipping Point all-star benefit concert, executive produced by RWE Partners (Love Rocks NYC), returns to The Fillmore New Orleans on Oct.

2X GRAMMY winner Samara Joy is set to release a holiday EP ‘A Joyful Holiday’ next month. The 6-song collection of seasonal favorites is an extension of her latest album Linger Awhile and features a similar cast of jazz musicians - Pasquale Grasso on guitar, David Wong on bass and Kenny Washington on drums - plus Sullivan Fortner on piano.


Today, alongside the physical and digital release of Wake Of The Flood (50th Anniversary Deluxe Edition), Grateful Dead fans can explore the pivotal album in more distinct detail than ever before. Available at, Playing In The Band: Wake Of The Flood is an interactive mixing board that delivers an experience of the LP's songs in their most revelatory form.


Nashville’s Jaime Wyatt has released her cover of The Grateful Dead’s iconic song “Althea” today as a way to connect with her late father and reflect on the innumerable times she attended Grateful Dead’s shows as a child. Wyatt’s “Althea” is soulful, sultry, and evokes Al Green, all while honoring the song’s original groove and sound. Produced and featuring guitar licks by Adrian Quesada of The Black Pumas, Wyatt embraces “Althea” in a more soulful light.

“Nashville’s new star” (CBS This Morning) Brittney Spencer announces her highly-anticipated debut album, My Stupid Life, out January 19th via Elektra. The first track, “Bigger Than The Song,” showcases Spencer’s ability to excel on the fringe of genre periphery with her honest and free-spirited songwriting, and it’ll be performed on NBC’s TODAY Show this morning in the 9 AM ET hour.