Rainbow Kitten Surprise Announce Ticketed Livestream To Commemorate Rescheduled 2-Night Stand At Red Rocks
Nashville-based quintet Rainbow Kitten Surprise have announced a special, livestreamed event - hosted by Topeka, a service that allows fans to connect face-to-face with artists via live interactive video - on Tuesday, July 14, at 9pm ET, to commemorate the genre-defying band’s sold out, two-night stand at the iconic Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, Colorado, originally scheduled for July 13-14 this year, but rescheduled to 2021 due to Covid-19. See the band’s post announcing the new dates
Known for their dynamic and innovative sound, Asheville, North Carolina band Town Mountain returns with, “You Can’t Win Em All”, premiering exclusively at Wide Open Country today. Written by vocalist and mandolin player Phil Barker, the single is a swaying lament on love lost and introspective reflection on past decisions.
Welland, Ontario based reggae-rockers Street Pharmacy have teamed up with east coast industry veterans and Rochester, New York legends Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad on their newest single “They Don’t Give a $$$$.” The song, available for streaming starting July 3rd, 2020, tackles the root of the world’s rising tensions amid a year full of crises. The song also cleverly outlines the ongoing manipulation of power and modern corruption over humanity-focused ambitions.
After four months apart, The Allman Betts Band will be together again in California for a very special, rare, full-band, livestream electric performance! Sunday, July 12 at 7pm Central / 8pm Eastern.
This August, TOMMY EMMANUEL, the acclaimed and Grammy-nominated acoustic guitarist, singer and songwriter, will host two live stream events with a portion of the proceeds benefiting two prominent independent venues in America. "Without some support, we are in danger of losing some of the independent venues that are a part of our culture and our local communities," says TOMMY.
Severn Records announces a September 18 release date for Too Far from the Bar, the new album from Sugar Ray and the Bluetones, featuring Little Charlie Baty. Produced by Duke Robillard, who also adds his tasty guitar licks to four tracks on the new disc, Too Far from the Bar was recorded at Severn Sound Studio in Annapolis, Maryland, and boasts a value-packed 15 tracks, including a number of original songs penned by the band’s members, showcasing their songwriting abilities as one of the group’s many strengths.
Casey Van Beek and the Tulsa Groove have donned masks and socially distanced themselves to create their own episode of Working From Home, the streaming series sponsored by Little Village Foundation and the Arhoolie Foundation. This episode features Casey Van Beek on bass and vocals, Tulsa Groove members Jared Tyler on acoustic guitar and backing vocals, Seth Lee Jones on slide guitar and guest Jake Lynn on drums and backing vocals.