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Join the festivities for the third annual Playing On The Farm, the UK’s premier gathering of Deadheads of all ages. Set against the picturesque backdrop of the Cotswold Hills, this unique event offers an unforgettable weekend of music, community, and nature. From July 12th to July 14th, 2024, immerse yourself in the tranquil beauty of an organic farm while enjoying live music and camaraderie.

A Weekend of Unforgettable Music

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In the grand cosmic dance of jazz, where notes float like leaves in the autumn wind, there stands a figure whose very name conjures the essence of innovation, rebellion, and pure, unadulterated genius—Miles Davis. Born on this day, May 26th, 1926, in Alton, Illinois, Miles Davis would go on to become a towering giant in the world of music, leaving behind a legacy that transcends genres and generations.

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Jakob Magnússon has lived many lives that are a confluence of extraordinary musical talent, TV & film production work, environmental activism, and even a stint as the cultural attaché of the Icelandic embassy in London. His new musical project, Jack Magnet Science, is the latest endeavor in his rolodex of multi-hyphenism. The project is an amalgamation of members of the prolific Icelandic band Stuðmenn, which he co-founded, and top call US-based jazz titans such as Peter Erskine (Weather Report, Steps Ahead) and Matthew Garrison (Shapeshifter, The Zawinul Syndicate).

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Atlanta singer/songwriter and guitarist Parker Smith releases new single “Anna Lee” today. The AU Review writes that "it’s not easy to write a great love song, but Atlanta singer/songwriter and guitarist Parker Smith has nailed it in his latest single, 'Anna Lee.' ... imbued with honesty whilst carrying an upbeat joyfullness. With a sweet blend of electric and acoustic guitars, and keys that dance and keep it gently playful... a shining example of how to convey devotion just right."

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Following the tremendous feedback from lead singles “Donaghaguy Reservoir” and "Country Lane Lament," Corn Crake Records and Cobra Promotions are proud to announce the debut album, "A Sketch of Home," by The New Leaves.

With Andy Leftwich’s last single, “Behind the 8 Ball,” still enjoying a level of airplay rarely given to an instrumental bluegrass recording, the acclaimed fiddler is back with a new one to remind listeners that his mastery extends into other genres, too.

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Sue Foley’s new acoustic solo album, ONE GUITAR WOMAN is a moving tribute to the female pioneers of guitar, the women whose music and lives delivered the inspiration and paved the way for those that followed. Sue honors artists spanning a whole spectrum of styles. She writes in her liner notes, “They were massively talented, and they all possessed courage and vision which transformed both their cultures and the story of the guitar.”

GRAMMY® nominated, CMA Award-winner, and newest member of the Grand Ole Opry, T. Graham Brown, recently announced his brand new studio album titled ‘From Memphis to Muscle Shoals.’ Slated to drop on Friday, August 2nd via Warner Music Group-ADA, the album is available for pre-order now and is packed with legendary collaborations, including Bettye LaVette, Sam Moore, Delbert McClinton, Dwight Yoakam, Eddie Floyd, Little Anthony, Randy Houser, Sammy Hagar, Tanya Tucker, Wynonna, and Zach Williams.

The Red Clay Strays made their late-night television debut on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” last night performing their new single, “Wanna Be Loved.” Watch/share HERE.

“Wanna Be Loved” is the first song unveiled from The Red Clay Strays’ highly anticipated new album, Made by These Moments, which will be released July 26 on RCA Records (pre-order/pre-save here).

Following an exhilarating tour in the Pacific Northwest as the support act for the Jennifer Hartswick Band and time in the studio working on new material, Wreckless Strangers are thrilled to announce a host of late-spring and summer shows for local fans. From supporting gigs with the “Titan of the Telecaster” Bill Kirchen and the Lost Planet Airmen to free outdoor community concerts and shows in beautiful summer gardens, there are various ways to catch them live.

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