Formed in 1969 in England, Wishbone Ash are one of the most influential guitar bands in rock history. Equally inspired by British folk, American jazz and R&B, the band did their part to help form the emerging rock ’n’ roll scene in the U.S. and the U.K. Through dedication to the craft of guitar harmony and melody, along with relentless touring, Wishbone Ash garnered a vast audience through public approval, critical praise and worldwide distribution of their extensive recording catalog.
Nashville's Fats Kaplin hosts Live From Cain's Thursday | Public Radio Show taping from Cain's Ballroom
M3F Fest, North America’s most celebrated non-profit music festival, has announced the lineup for the highly-anticipated 2023 edition at Margaret T. Hance Park in downtown Phoenix, Arizona from March 3-4. M3F donates 100% of festival proceeds to charity with a record $1.2 million donated last year and $4.4 million donated since 2004.
Even more great news about Rex Foundation's return to the Fillmore on December 3: We're delighted to announce a special guest appearance by the Trombone Shorty Academy from New Orleans!
The Trombone Shorty Academy is a project of this year's Ralph J. Gleason Award recipient Trombone Shorty Foundation, whose mission is to inspire the next generation of talented youth through music education, instruction, mentorship, and performance.
Melvin Seals has been a powerful presence in the music industry for over 30 years with a long-established reputation as a performer, recording artist and producer. Melvin is most revered for his powerful, high-spirited, Hammond B-3 organ, and keyboards in the Jerry Garcia Band. Melvin spun his B-3 magic with the Jerry Garcia Band for 18 years and in doing so helped pioneer and define what has now become "Jam Band Music". From blues to funk to rock to jazz, Melvin Seals serves up a tasty mix with a little R&B and gospel thrown in to spice things up.
Cervantes' Masterpiece Ballroom in Denver, Colorado got its spook on this Hallo-weekend by hosting the first ever “Oogie Boogie” with TAUK, Dopapod, and many more. The jam-packed two-night run featured several artists such as Many Colors, DJ Logic & Friends, Moon Hooch, Ethnos, Cycles, Dopapod and TAUK featuring Kanika Moore.
When I was in college in the early 1970s, a musician friend of mine and I went to a Cincinnati nightclub to see a band from Atlanta that wasn’t the Allman Brothers. (In fact, it was at a club where the band had actually played just a couple of years prior. So it wasn’t a new thing for Southern bands to come to the Upper Midwest along the same tour routes.)
Some seven years ago, Ashley Heath gave up her job as a North Carolina barista, leaping into a full-time musician’s career. Now, with the release of her debut EP for Organic Records, she’s taking a big step forward onto a national stage — a step that, as Something To Believe’s six songs show, she’s more than ready to make.
BOULEVARDS SHARES “PROBLEMS” MUSIC VIDEO FROM CRITICALLY ACCLAIMED ALBUM 'ELECTRIC COWBOY: BORN IN CAROLINA MUD'
Boulevards, the namesake of North Carolina based psychedelic soul artist Jamil Rashad, has shared the music video for “Problems” from the outfit’s critically acclaimed fourth studio album Electric Cowboy: Born in Carolina Mud. The film is available to view today via Brooklyn Vegan, which compliments the song for "[channeling] vintage-yet-timeless soul music [that] tackles a heavily personal topic." Watch and share HERE.