Horn O'Plenty Harmony: Railroad Earth's Annual Thanksgiving Tradition and Bluegrass Extravaganza at the Sherman Theater
Railroad Earth's Horn O'Plenty concerts have become an annual Thanksgiving tradition, featuring multiple nights of performances by the band along with special guests opening each night. Since 2006, the band has graced the stage at the Sherman Theater every Thanksgiving, marking the commencement of the holiday tour season.
Devo, the trailblazing new wave ensemble, marked an electrifying culmination to their five-decade journey at the YouTube Theater in Los Angeles, enchanting the audience with their final bow on November 16, 2023. The concert was not just a performance but a vibrant homage to their illustrious career, replete with seminal tracks such as "Whip It," "Girl U Want," and "Freedom of Choice." As they neared the end of their U.S.
Albert Hammond Releases New Single "Gonna Save The World" - New Album "Body Of Work" Set for March 1st 2024
Albert Hammond’s words and music flow through more than half a century of modern popular music. From his earliest hits “It Never Rains in Southern California” and “The Free Electric Band” to his songwriting collaborations on classics such as ”One Moment In Time” (Whitney Houston), “I Don’t Wanna Lose You” (Tina Turner), “Nothing’s Gonna Stop Us Now” (Starship), “The Air That I Breathe” (The Hollies) and “Creep” (Radiohead), his presence and influence reverberate across genres and generations.
On Friday, February 9, 2024, Alligator Records will release Naked Truth, the first-ever solo acoustic album from world-renowned Atlanta-based guitarist, vocalist and songwriter Tinsley Ellis. The new album is steeped in the folk blues traditions of Muddy Waters, Skip James, Son House, Robert Johnson and even Leo Kottke. To the casual fan, this might seem to be a new direction, but for Ellis, it’s an extension of his music, as he taps into the raw essence of the blues.
Today, November 27th, 2023, marks the celestial birthday of the legendary Jimi Hendrix, a figure whose guitar strings wove the very fabric of rock n' roll. In his honor, let's embark on a psychedelic journey through time and music, celebrating the life and legacy of this iconic maestro on Grateful Web.
For years Dave Matthews Band has made its way to The Garden in New York, NY for two nights in November... Friday, November 17th we got a chance to join in on night one of the collective’s Walk Around The Moon fall tour at the venue. It is commonplace for the group to cajole their many friends to play along on these dates and this two-night stint was no exception.
Paul Desmond, born on November 25th, 1924, is celebrated for his exceptional musical talent, particularly his unique playing style that graced the world of jazz. His contributions as the alto saxophonist for the Dave Brubeck Quartet are legendary, with their performance in "Live at Carnegie Hall" standing as a testament to his extraordinary skill and musicality.
In the early 80s (I know, I’m dating myself), my East Coast friends raved about their local hippie band Max Creek. When I visited my crew in Connecticut in 1984, they took me to my first Creek show. The vibe was Grateful Dead-ish, but Max Creek had their own flavor. It was like trying on a new pair of prewashed jeans in a new color. They weren't the same old jeans, but they were my kind of jeans.