Deep Purple, following the announcement of their new studio album ‘=1’, releases the first single, ‘Portable Door’, today. The new song is now available for streaming and as an instant gratification track with all ‘=1’ download pre-orders.

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Animazing Gallery in Las Vegas announced plans today to feature “Visions of the Dead: A Grateful Dead Art and Photography Exhibition” set to coincide with Dead & Company’s “Dead Forever – Live at Sphere” residency in Las Vegas.

Singer/songwriter Jeff Crosby has announced the release of his seventh studio album ‘Another Petal Falls Off The Rose,’ out on July 26. Known for his distinctive Americana and country leanings, this new collection of songs marks a stylistic turning point in Crosby’s catalog. For this project, he enlisted legendary bassist Dave Schools (Widespread Panic) to handle the production reigns.


Mayor Mike Johnston and the City of Denver are proud to announce Dazzle as one of their newest Legacy Businesses. This prestigious title is awarded to small businesses that have operated for a decade or more and have made significant contributions to the unique character of their communities and the city at large.


Australian singer-songwriter and guitarist Peter Freebairn is excited to announce the release of his debut solo album, ‘Silhouettes & Cigarettes’, available globally on Friday, May 17, 2024. This album marks Freebairn's first comprehensive project since his self-titled solo EP in 2019.

It’s hard to think of a genre more committed to sustained creative careers than bluegrass. Case in point: the 41-years-and-counting path of Mountain Home Music Company stalwarts, Lonesome River Band. Though the last remaining original member departed before the turn of the century, the group — a quintet for more than 20 years now — hasn’t so much reinvented itself as refined a profoundly influential signature sound that has a seemingly endless appeal to successive generations of fans and musicians alike.

The new single from Kaia Kater's upcoming full-length album Strange Medicine is out now! "The Witch" is a piercing look at how men have labeled women over the centuries. Here's Kaia's own words about it: "I specifically wanted to write about the way men historically have branded women as temptresses, harlots, sirens and shrews, and then sought to reflect this visually – the letter A for adulteress, the burning of flesh to symbolize evil.  The first woman labeled a witch in Salem was a Black woman by the name of Tituba.

The popular Colorado band, Gasoline Lollipops, is courting controversy and championing social justice with their politically charged new single, "Freedom Don’t Come Easy."

American music has long served as a platform for protest, with iconic songwriters like Woody Guthrie, Bob Dylan, and Nina Simone enriching this tradition. Their songs have not only contributed to the canon but, in many instances, have also shifted the social narrative.

Celebrated musician and passionate conservationist JJ Grey, whose new album Olustee is being hailed as the best of his career, is joining forces with the Live Wildly Foundation to champion the protection of Florida's wild spaces. This collaboration is a vital part of Live Wildly’s mission to balance Florida's ecology with its economy, ensuring the preservation of the state's rich natural heritage.


Following an exhilarating tour in the Pacific Northwest as the support act for Jennifer Hartswick Band, Wreckless Strangers are thrilled to announce their show at the Felton Music Hall supporting guitar player and singer-songwriter Grahame Lesh & Friends.