With the music industry’s march towards safe gatherings, organizers for the 4848 Festival announce the artist lineup cementing plans for a return atop Snowshoe Mountain in West Virginia this year on Labor Day weekend.  4848 Festival will follow current WV state guidelines and will go on-sale with a limited capacity.

All previously purchased tickets and room packages will be honored for the new dates and 2021 tickets and room packages will go on sale Friday, May 21 at 10 AM ET.

After early September appearances at 4848 Festival in West Virginia and Bonnaroo in Tennessee, Goose will return to New York City for a pair of shows at Terminal 5 on 10/8-9, marking their first public indoor shows in 568 days. The band’s previous NYC performance was a sold-out show at the Music Hall of Williamsburg, a venue nearly one-fifth the size of Terminal 5. Subsequent stops include a Halloweekend run through The State Theatre in Portland, ME (10/28-29), and The Palladium in Worcester, MA (10/30-31).

The ALLMAN BROTHERS BAND in 1970 was on the brink of superstardom. They had only been together for 11 months when promoter Bill Graham, who had booked them in San Francisco and New York, invited them back to the Fillmore East on a triple bill with Grateful Dead and Love. And fortunately for us, the Dead’s soundman Owsley “Bear” Stanley had his tapes rolling. Now, the seven-song original compilation is being re-issued with two extra CDs containing all the mastered but unedited source material.

After COVID-19 derailed live music in 2020, Spafford promises to bring it back this fall like never before. Today, the Arizona-bred quartet announces a 22-show tour for fall 2021, beginning on October 1st at Teragram Ballroom in Los Angeles. Moving throughout the midwest, southeast and along the east coast, the tour then features three shows around North Carolina, a two-night run in Milwaukee, WI, culminating in Chicago, IL on November 6th at Park West. A full list of dates is below.

My Morning Jacket have unveiled plans for their first US headline tour in five years. The dates begin August 27 at Charlotte, NC’s Metro Credit Union Amphitheatre, and then travel through a three-night-stand at Chicago, IL’s Auditorium Theater on November 4, 5, and 6. Additional highlights include multi-night-stands at Queens, NY’s Forest Hills Stadium (September 10-11) and Seattle, WA’s Paramount Theater (October 1-2).

Travis Linville is set to release his new album, I’m Still Here, due out May 21 via Black Mesa Records and available for purchase/pre-save now HERE. Produced by fellow Oklahoman JD McPherson, I’m Still Here is full of, in McPherson’s words, the “fantastic songs and consummate musicianship” Linville is known for, but the contributions from his collaborators shine throughout.

North Carolina’s premier outdoor adventure destination Beech Mountain Resort has announced the lineup for its 2021 summer concert series taking place this August.

The frontier stories of American novelist Louis L’Amour have been an influence on Jonathan Clay and Zach Chance of Jamestown Revival since the band’s formation. At the age of 23, both Clay and Chance read L’Amour’s memoir, The Education Of A Wandering Man, and since then, fans haven’t had to dig very deep to find their hat tips to the late, great legend.

The all-volunteer Mockingbird Foundation is proud to commemorate 25 years of providing music education to America’s young people by presenting The Mockingbird Sessions, a three-day celebration of music, education, and community.  This free event streaming – on, June 4, 5, & 6 – will bring together a diverse group of musicians, educators, and foundations to promot

Their exciting, unpredictable live shows have already been compared to watching a NASCAR race, and Songs From the Road Band is hurtling through 2021 at a speedy pace. In March, they hosted Asheville Winter Grass, a sold-out hometown weekend event; in April, they hosted Camp Stonefly, an intimate destination festival that featured music and camping. In between, this powerhouse band has been hard at work putting the finishing touches on their new album at Asheville’s famed Echo Mountain Recording studio.

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