BeachLife Ranch Aligning with Several Nonprofit Partners; Portion of Ticket Sales This Weekend to Benefit Maui Relief Efforts
Central to BEACHLIFE RANCH is the festival’s commitment to working with local and national nonprofits focused on the protection and well-being of veterans and community. As with previous years, they are partnering with a number of amazing organizations this year that have made a real impact in support of important causes: Redondo Beach Police Foundation, Fisher House Foundation, Kings Care Foundation and the Jimmy Miller Memorial Foundation.
Louder Than Life—known as America’s Biggest Rock Festival—returns to Louisville, Kentucky in just three weeks. And now fans can get ready for the nonstop four-day weekend with the announcement of music performance times and additional onsite entertainment.
Taking place September 21, 22, 23 & 24, 2023 at the fest’s home at Highland Festival Grounds At Kentucky Exposition Center, this year’s event—produced by Danny Wimmer Presents—promises to be one of the top music events of the year.
Martin Simpson And Thomm Jutz Are Joined By Tim O’Brien For A Stunning Take On “Edwin In The Lowlands Low”
In putting together their new album Nothing But Green Willow: The Songs Of Mary Sands and Jane Gentry, Grammy-nominated and IBMA Award-winning songwriter and guitarist Thomm Jutz and his latest trans-Atlantic collaborator, the 32-time BBC Radio 2 Folk Award-nominated Martin Simpson, knew for a fact that they weren’t the only musicians who’d long obsessed over Cecil Sharp’s “English Folk Songs from the Southern Appalachians” collection.
GRAMMY-Winner Joanie Leeds Protests Against Banned Books Movement with New Album, "FREADOM" + New Single & Music Video for "Banned"
Joining the fight to help preserve America's democracy, GRAMMY Award-winning singer/songwriter Joanie Leeds ("Best Children's Album" 2020 -- All The Ladies) protests against the controversial banned books movement with the national release of her latest studio album, FREADOM (Tiger Turn/Release Date: September 15, 2023).
Whether you’ve heard guitarist Dave Stryker fronting his own group (with 35 CD’s as a leader to date), or as afeatured sideman with, Stanley Turrentine and Jack McDuff, you know why Gary Giddins in the Village Voice called him "one of the most distinctive guitarists to come along in recent years.”
Prime is Dave’s most recent recording and features his working trio of Jared Gold on organ and McClenty Hunter on drums. The trio recently opened up for Steely Dan’s 2002 summer tour.
Multi-Platinum singer/songwriter Dierks Bentley is gearing up for a two-night play at the iconic Red Rocks Amphitheater Sept. 5 and 6. On Sept. 5, Bentley’s headlining set will be available to stream live to fans across the world on Veeps.com and the Veeps app on Roku, Apple TV, iOS, and Android starting at 10 pm CT. Across the two nights, Bentley will welcome opening acts Ashley McBryde, The Red Clay Strays, Harper O’Neill, The Infamous Stringdusters, Tanner Usrey and Kaitlin Butts.
New Jersey-based jam band Dogs In A Pile will begin an extensive national tour in the fall. Starting on September 6, the band will make their inaugural visit to Madison, WI to play at the High Noon Saloon. The next night will see them return to Chicago, IL to play Lincoln Hall following a sold out show in the Windy City earlier in the year at Martyrs’. They will then support the rambunctious Andy Frasco & The U.N. on September 8 at the Canopy Club in Urbana, IL.