Watershed Music and Camping Festival announced today that headliners Luke Bryan, Cody Johnson and Keith Urban are set to descend on the scenic Gorge Amphitheatre in George, WA on Friday, Aug. 4th through Sunday, Aug. 6th. It was also revealed the three-day two-stage festival's main stage will host performances by Wade Bowen, Travis Denning, Ernest, Kameron Marlowe, Parker McCollum, Niko Moon, Kylie Morgan, Carly Pearce, Conner Smith, Tenille Townes, Lainey Wilson, DJ Rod Youree and Warren Zeiders.

Los Lobos brought their dance-inducing rhythms to the Lobero Theatre in Santa Barbara for two nights on January 20-21st. The first night featured an all-electric set, followed by an acoustic set the second night. The shows were part of the 2023 celebration of their 150th anniversary. The Lobero Theatre is a historic performing arts theater in downtown Santa Barbara, California. It was built in 1873 and is the oldest continuously operating theater in California.

Today, Asheville, NC-based psych rock trio The Get Right Band announce their cinematic, timely LP iTopia, due out April 7 and available for pre-order now. Alongside the announcement, the band shares the first taste of the project with track & video "Hell Yes Refresh" out everywhere now.

When singer, songwriter and SiriusXM radio host Paula Nelson mentioned to her friend Bruce Robison that she wanted to record some of her dad’s songs, he invited her — and her dad, Willie — to the Bunker, his all-analog recording studio in Lockhart, Texas, where he wound up producing a pair of father-daughter duets. Robison’s label, The Next Waltz, will release the first one, “Slow Down Old World,” on Feb. 24.

Nickel Creek and Margo Price are among the top tier of what's shaping up to be an eclectic Bristol Rhythm & Roots Reunion lineup in 2023. The award-winning festival returns to Historic Downtown Bristol, Tenn.-Va. for its 22nd annual event September, 8-10.

Other acts included in the initial lineup announcement include Bruce Hornsby & The Noisemakers, Watchhouse, The Mavericks, 49 Winchester, Larkin Poe, Allison Russell, Amythyst Kiah, and Walderado, with more artists to be announced in the spring.

The Wellmont Theater, located in the sprawling New York City suburb of Montclair, NJ, hosted moe. last Saturday, January 21, 2023 for an evening of exploratory rock and roll. This show marked the fourth time the band has played at the Garden State venue. This was also the fourth show back for guitarist Chuck Garvey, who suffered a stroke in late 2021.

Old Settler’s Music Festival is thrilled to announce the incredible music lineup for their 36th annual event taking place April 20-23, 2023, at the Old Settler’s Homestead, a 145-acre ranchland located at 1616 FM 3158 Dale, Texas 78616, less than an hour from both Austin and San Antonio, and two hours from Houston. The lineup features Yola, The Wood Brothers, Molly Tuttle & Golden Highway, Elephant Revival, Tommy Emmanuel, Shovels & Rope, Shinyribs, The Brothers Comatose, Melissa Carper, Sunny War, John R.

Fast rising alt/Americana and bluegrass band Kitchen Dwellers are following last week’s Spring Tour announcement with an added performance at New York’s Brooklyn Bowl. The Dwellers and fast rising, East Coast outfit, Eggy will co-headline the evening and will be joined by Nashville’s Sicard Hollow as support..

Artist presale (SEATED) begins today, Tuesday 1/24 @ 12 PM ET and will be followed by general on sale this Friday 1/27 @ 10 AM ET.

Voices of Mississippi, the immersive multimedia event celebrating the music, art, and storytelling traditions of the people of Mississippi, has announced five upcoming performances following a critically acclaimed run of sold-out shows last year. The newly announced dates include performances at San Luis Obispo, CA’s Cal Poly Arts (February 1), Tacoma, WA’s Pantages Theatre (February 2), North Bethesda, MD’s Strathmore (February 4), St.

Formerly known as Henry and The Invisibles, solo performer and skilled producer Henry Invisible (Henry Roland) announces his brand-new single “Ain’t Easy” dropping Friday, Feb. 3. “Ain’t Easy” is the first track from a collection of music the Austin legend has created over the last several years, introducing a fresh sound which fuses retro pop-rock influences with Roland’s signature groove rhythms.