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With less than two weeks until we are to ARISE together, it is with a heavy heart that we announce the cancellation of ARISE Music Festival. Due to unforeseen circumstances beyond our control, we have been forced to cancel the festival scheduled to take place this Memorial Day weekend. Countless hours, thought, energy and effort have gone into cultivating the vision for ARISE while honoring the festival community that helped create it.

Welcome To Rockville--America’s Largest Rock Festival--will kick off the Danny Wimmer Presents festival season in Daytona Beach, Florida in just a few days with lots of excitement and unique onsite experiences for attendees.

A limited number of weekend and single day festival passes are still available WelcomeToRockvilleFestival.com. Festival pass upgrades will also be available at the box office onsite while supplies last.

Bryan Adams has released the video for new single ‘These Are The Moments That Make Up My Life’, taken from his 15th studio album So Happy It Hurts out now via BMG.
 
‘These Are The Moments That Make Up My Life’ is an epic rock ballad which finds Bryan reminiscing on the beautiful aspects of life and celebrating love.
 

311 is announcing a Fall Tour of 27 shows, spanning September 2nd - November 12th. Full tour schedule below; support act Tropidelic on 18 of the shows. The 311 Fall Tour also includes special album-themed shows in New York City, Chicago and Los Angeles. In each of the three cities, 311 will play 2 nights, with each of the nights representing one of the band's first 6 albums.

NYC: 311 will play ‘Music’ (10/1) and ‘Grassroots’ (10/2).

Chicago: 311 will play ‘Blue’ (10/22) and ‘Transistor’ (10/23).

The electronica jamband Lotus kicked off a blazing two night run at Union Transfer in Philadelphia, Pa last Friday night. These shows were rescheduled from December 2021 because of complications with covid-19, and were originally part of their year end run. The Philadelphia based squad brought a clever mix of new and old songs, as well as a bust out, much to the crowd's delight.

For bassist-turned-frontman John Inghram, the past is a complicated topic. “Like a lot of my fellow musicians, I spent much of my 20’s strung out, partying, and generally just made a lot of poor life choices,” Inghram explains. “A big part of making this album has been deciding that it’s not too late.

When a master songsmith like Tom T. Hall calls someone “a great credit to a wonderful Kentucky tradition,” it’s time to pull up a chair and pay attention. As it pertains to the nearly-decade-running duo The Local Honeys, he was right on the money. The duo—Linda Jean Stokley and Montana Hobbs—have long been an integral part of Kentucky’s musicscape, and on July 15th, they’ll be adding a new entry into the Bluegrass State’s rich musical canon.

Amos Lee will bring his biggest radio hit in a decade to late night television this month, with a full-band performance of "Worry No More" on CBS' The Late Late Show with James Corden slotted for Thursday May 26. The lead single off Lee's new album Dreamland, "Worry No More" is a gripping ode to finding tranquility amidst calamity that shines through with its deeply empathetic and vulnerable disposition.

The Shins are bringing their classic 2001 debut album Oh, Inverted World to life in its entirety with a 21st Birthday Tour this summer. Beginning on July 12th in San Francisco, the band will embark on a two month tour of North America performing the landmark album from start to finish — plus a nightly rotation of additional fan favorites and deep cuts. The “low-key masterpiece” (The New York Times) will celebrate 21 years since its arrival on June 19, 2001.

Pianist Rusty Tinder’s passion for country music took a bit of a winding road starting in Pullman, WA—piano at six, Choir at fourteen, a short stint with opera in college (music degree from Washington State), and several midwest-based jazz bands—before fate intervened.

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