Starting with socially distanced sessions and emailed tracks in the early days of the pandemic, progressing through the chaotic, stop-and-go re-emergence of live music and travel, Marc Stone drew together a diverse cast of musicians from different corners of his musical life to create his first studio album to follow his two most recent releases - 2023's full band "Live at New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival 2023" (Munck Music) and a stunning solo performance captured on 2019's "Live at Tipitina's" (Independent).

“Artists, songwriters, and creators give so much to their craft and by proxy, to us,” says Park City Song Summit founder, Ben Anderson. “How are we supporting those who have soundtracked our lives? How can we move this artist-to-fan relationship from the transactional to the truly supportive?” His answer? A festival love letter to the power of songs. What started as Anderson’s passion for music has grown into what has become one of the most talked about independent music festivals in the country.

Bozeman, Montana bluegrass/Americana band the Kitchen Dwellers are thrilled to announce two more late summer shows.  August 29 at Center For The Arts in Jackson, WY and August 31 at Bridger Brewing in Three Forks, MT. The 8/31 date in Three Forks, MT will feature support from North Fork Crossing and Moonlight Moonlight. Tickets go on sale this Friday, April 19 at 10am MT.

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Longstanding Baltimore jam quartet Pigeons Playing Ping Pong will cap off the summer captivating audiences with their psychedelic blend of high-energy funk and improvisational excellence. The groove-inspired touring veterans, currently celebrating their fifteenth year as a band, will make stops at Athens, GA’s Georgia Theatre, Charleston, SC’s Pour House (two shows), and Fayetteville, WV’s The Outpost - New River Gorge.   

Since launching in 2019, BeachLife, Southern California’s premier live music, art and culinary event taking place May 3-5 in Redondo Beach, has quickly established a reputation for combining the best of Southern California’s idyllic culture into a one-of-a-kind immersive experience with something for everyone. The festival delivers a high-end experience and memorable performances from an eclectic group of legendary top talent and exciting inspired emerging artists spanning rock, indie, pop, jam, reggae and more.

For more than five decades, the legendary Telluride Bluegrass Festival has been a bucket-list destination for not just string band fans but live music devotees the world over, not to mention the musicians who’ve graced the Telluride stage over all of these years. In fact, Sam Bush is making his 50th appearance at the Telluride Bluegrass Festival this year—June 20-23, 2024 in Telluride, Colorado—having only missed the inaugural festival in 1974.

In May 2023, Bruce Cockburn – the highly prolific Canadian singer-songwriter active as a performing and recording artist since the 1960s – released his 38th studio album, O Sun O Moon. Then, not long after that, he began an extensive tour in support of the album that – extending to nearly 50 dates so far – has continued into the present year.

Terrapin Flyer will soon embark on its Spring Tour of the western United States. The tour will hit 7 states, 15 shows in 23 days. Terrapin Flyer is a Chicago-based Grateful Dead band performing for the last 25 years with the best musicians in the Grateful Dead extended family of musicians. Previous tours have featured former members of the Grateful Dead: Tom Constanten and Vince Welnick, former Jerry Garcia Band Melvin Seals, and many other prominent musicians.

On April 10, 2024, the YouTube Theater witnessed a captivating departure from Godsmack's usual high-octane shows. This concert, part of their Vibez Tour, traded the mosh pits for a more intimate and introspective atmosphere, offering a unique experience for their fans. No one really knew what to expect from a show billed as an intimate night with the band.

After nearly forty years of musical and personal camaraderie, drummer and producer Bob Christina began studio work with Matt "Guitar" Murphy on what would become Murphy's final project. After Matt passed in June of 2018, the fate of the unfinished project was placed in Christina's hands. He began an outreach to musicians who were friends of Murphy, played with him, or were otherwise influenced by him.

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