GRAMMY-nominated singer, songwriter, and musician Tyler Childers will headline several major festivals this year. These include Boston Calling (May 25), Cavendish Beach Music Festival (July 6), Rock The Park (July 11), Ottawa Bluesfest (July 12), Bourbon & Beyond (September 22), and Country Calling Festival (October 5).

Drive-By Truckers will celebrate their landmark third studio album, Southern Rock Opera, with an expanded new 3xLP edition arriving via New West Records on Friday, July 26. Pre-orders are available now.

4-time Grammy Award-winning singer, composer, and actor Lyle Lovett will continue touring through this fall with his Large Band. Newly confirmed stops include Charlotte’s Knight Theater, Jacksonville’s Florida Theatre, New Orleans’ Tipitina’s (two nights), Dallas’ Majestic Theatre (two nights), Houston’s Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion, Austin’s ACL Live at the Moody Theater (two nights), and Fort Worth’s Bass Performance Hall, among many others.


When Primus takes the stage, it's not just a concert—it's an odyssey through the whimsical, the bizarre, and the downright mind-bending. Hailing from the depths of musical experimentation since 1984, with their current lineup solidifying its cosmic synergy since 2003, Primus is a band that defies categorization and embraces the unconventional with gusto.

Welcome To Rockville kicks off the Danny Wimmer Presents festival season this week with its biggest year in the festivals 10+ year history, featuring a new 5th stage and 50 more bands added this year. Festival producers are expecting a record setting 200,000 attendees from all around the world during the four day destination event.

With spring in full bloom and love in the air, it’s wedding season — which makes it the perfect time for bluegrass great Rebecca Frazier’s reminder that those round symbols of a couple’s commitment are supposed to stay where they’re placed: on fingers.

There’s more exciting news from BRIT FLOYD, The World’s Greatest Pink Floyd Experience.  They not only kick off the second leg of their 2024 P-U-L-S-E World Tour—Celebrating the 30th Anniversary of Pink Floyd's Division Bell + Greatest Hits later this month in the U.S. (May 16)—they have now confirmed plans for 2025 in the UK (which include return stops in some cities they’ll visit later this year).

Two-time Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee and founding member of both the Hollies and Crosby, Stills & Nash, Graham Nash is set to tour the U.S. throughout this summer and fall. Nash will be joined by fellow Grammy-winning singer/songwriter Judy Collins for select dates on the tour, including stops at New York’s historic Carnegie Hall, Boston’s Shubert Theater, the Scottish Rite Auditorium in Collingswood, NJ, and the State Theatre in Ithaca, NY.


Universally-acclaimed singer/songwriter/guitarist Bruce Cockburn continues his worldwide tour in support of his latest album, O Sun O Moon, with the upcoming announcement of a new series of dates in the U.S. throughout the month of November. The new dates will be announced May 6th, with tickets going on sale May 10th.

Adding an extra day and bringing the Rolling Stones to the event for the first time, the 2024 New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival presented by Shell was attended by 500,000 fans, Jazz Fest organizers announced today. During the expanded 8-day format, the Festival played out almost entirely under sunny skies as it shined a light on the importance of New Orleans to American and world culture.

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