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Renowned jam band Spafford is thrilled to announce a new set of tour dates for August and September, bringing their electrifying performances to the Northeast. The tour will kick off with a series of shows in New Hampshire, Connecticut, and New York before continuing through New Jersey, Washington, D.C., Pennsylvania, and Massachusetts.

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Big Radio Records, a label under Memphis music stalwart Select-O-Hits, is thrilled to announce the signing of Christopher Wyze & The Tellers for their debut album, 'Stuck in the Mud.' This 13-track studio release is set to drop on June 21, 2024.

“I learned about Wyze & The Tellers from a producer-friend. Their blues, it grabbed him,” says Johnny Phillips, head of the label. “These guys lay down a fresh sound, but with an ‘old as mud’ feel to it,” he adds with a smile.

The swingin’ seasonal sounds of the Squirrel Nut Zippers (SNZ) will be roaring into cities across the country as they present fans will the gift of their sensational and swaggering holiday shows.

Steeln' Peaches, the electrifying Allman Brothers Revue, also recognized as the "JRAD of the South," is thrilled to announce their highly anticipated summer tour, the release of a new performance video, and a series of special performances and after-parties that are sure to excite fans old and new.

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Today, we at Grateful Web raise our glasses and hearts to celebrate the birthday of the legendary Robert Hunter, born on June 23, 1941. Hunter, the lyrical genius behind the Grateful Dead's most iconic songs, was not just a songwriter but a conjurer of visions, a weaver of dreams, and a master of the American folk tale. His words painted vivid landscapes of human experience, capturing the essence of joy, sorrow, love, and the endless journey of life.

Rising virtuoso Jacob Johnson has announced the June 21 release of his soul-affirming, spiritually-uplifting version of “Jessica,” the iconic, transcendent Allman Brothers classic.

As spring pushes into summer and bands fire up the sound machine in outdoor venues across the land, the jam world tour de force Goose settled into Colorado once again to give the music community two solid nights of improvisation at Fiddler’s Green Amphitheatre outside of Denver in early June.

Jessica Malone has been honing her singing and songwriting craft for the past decade, hewing close to her Northern California home in both body and musical spirit. On Gold Flowers of the West, her second full-length studio album, Malone farms her California foothill roots (notwithstanding occasional lyrical calls to sisterly locales like Montana and Carolina) and serves up a variety of tasty fruits that have sprung from her labor.

About 200 or so smiling faces gathered in the Berkeley Hills (officially the community of Kensington, Calif.) on a beautiful June 15 afternoon for a musical benefit featuring the acoustic David Nelson Band, Steve Poltz, and Ragged Charms (a one-time ensemble featuring Dan “Lebo” Lebowitz, three fellows from Hot Buttered Rum, Stephanie Salva, and Wally Ingram).

On this day, June 22, 2024, we celebrate the extraordinary life and multifaceted career of Kris Kristofferson, a true legend whose influence has woven itself into the very fabric of American music and cinema. Born in Brownsville, Texas, Kristofferson’s journey from Rhodes Scholar to country music outlaw and Hollywood star is a saga of artistic rebellion, heartfelt storytelling, and a relentless pursuit of authenticity.

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