AEG Presents is thrilled to present PHIL LESH & FRIENDS live at Mission Ballroom Saturday, February 4, 2023. Doors 6:30pm || Show 7:30pm.
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General Admission tickets are $75.00 plus applicable service charges. Day of Show General Admission are $80.00 plus applicable service charges. Reserved tickets are $125.00 plus applicable service fees.
Ages 16+ are welcome.
Electric Forest 2023 is Officially Sold Out - Beloved Michigan Music and Arts Festival Sold Out Hours Following Public On Sale
Just a few hours following the Public On Sale on Friday, December 9th, Electric Forest 2023 officially sold out. The beloved music and arts festival returns to Rothbury, MI from June 22 - 25, 2023. The excitement to return to the enchanted Sherwood Forest was palatable as the Forest Family - many who return year after year - eagerly secured their Wristbands for the upcoming festival.
Brandi Carlile returns to “Saturday Night Live,” performs “The Story” and “You and Me on the Rock” ft. Lucius
Brandi Carlile returned to NBC’s “Saturday Night Live” as the musical guest this past weekend with hosts Steve Martin and Martin Short. The acclaimed six-time Grammy Award-winner, who is nominated for another seven awards this year, performed her beloved breakthrough song, “The Story,” along with this year’s Record of the Year-nominated, “You and Me on the Rock” with special guests Lucius.
Emerging singer, songwriter and musician Myron Elkins’ new song, “Wrong Side of the River,” is debuting today and will be featured in Paramount Network’s hit show, “Yellowstone,” this Sunday, December 11. Listen/share HERE. Additionally, “Factories, Farms & Amphetamines,” the title track of Elkins’ anticipated debut album—out January 13 via Low Country Sound/Elektra—will also be included in the episode.
Reflecting on the track, Wilson shares, “A song for the veterans of heartbreak. We’ve been through it all a couple of times over and we know that self-medicating and digging ourselves into a hole is not going to ever help. So, if it’s gonna hurt either way, might as well just go fishing.”
Thievery Corporation kicked off their Winter 2022 Tour on December 3, 2022 in New Haven, CT's College Street Music Hall to a crowd that was ready to dance. Known for their genre-defying electronic music, this Washington D.C. based squad's fourteen night December run includes venues up and down the East coast.
“Boys can die but legends never fall,” sings Mile Twelve’s Evan Murphy in the refrain of their new single, “Johnny Oklahoma,” a triumphant and wild tale involving a brave youth turned human cannonball. And still, from this concise and clever story song, listeners may sense a bit of nihilism; a heavy load sang in a major key. These musicians are clearly working through some hard questions posed by the last few years.
Chicago singer-songwriter Al Rose’s eighth album, Again the Beginner, is an urgent set of 13 good and true songs which features perhaps the loveliest melodies, catchiest hooks, and nerviest set of lyrics he’s yet composed. It’s a heartening and bracing experience; one man’s attempt to come to terms with modern times and that broken feeling everybody’s got in the pit of their stomach. The stakes couldn’t be higher: this is your life; our time is running short, and every personal crisis seems tied to an accumulating sense of public dread.
Dukes Of Roots is proud to announce the newest single "Try Happy" with Natiruts. The new song, produced by Sean “YoungPow” Diedrick and executive produced by Rod Walkey, was the first written and recorded for the upcoming Dukes Of Roots project. It was later revisited by LionChld to include the Brazilian reggae roots band and Latin GRAMMY nominated, Natiruts. “Try Happy” is an uplifting tune about getting happy!