The Allman Betts Band is an American rock group that burst onto the scene in 2018. This ensemble is a family affair, featuring the sons of two founding members of the legendary Allman Brothers Band: Devon Allman (son of Gregg Allman) and Duane Betts (son of Dickey Betts). Their lineup is further enriched by slide guitarist Johnny Stachela, bassist Justin Corgan, keyboardist John Ginty, and drummers John Lum and Alex Orbison (son of the iconic Roy Orbison).

The video for Graham Nash's "A Better Life" won the First Prize in the Music Video category at the ASIFA Festival. Using classic animation techniques, hand painting the backgrounds and cell overlays for characters, director and acclaimed animator Jeff Scher aims to evoke a mid-century Technicolor cartoon look and a sense of mid-century optimism. Watch/share the video HERE.


There’s no mistaking Cosmic Guilt. The sometimes ten-piece group, clad in meticulously hand-crafted Western uniforms, has much to offer the world of psychedelic folk rock. Led by primary songwriter James Everhart, the Guilt is a super-group of working musicians from bands such as Ruby The Hatchet, Ron Gallo, Scantron, and Milieu Lust. They’ve been captivating discerning Philadelphia-area crowds for years.


Justin Townes Earle ALL IN: Unreleased & Rarities (The New West Years) will be released on August 9, 2024, via New West Records. The 2xLP/19-track set features 12 previously unreleased recordings and 6 never-before-heard songs written and recorded during Justin’s final years. A deluxe, limited & numbered edition includes a 52-page hardbound book featuring unpublished images by the acclaimed photographer Joshua Black Wilkins.

Trailblazers in a genre of their own design, Gangstagrass delivers “Mother” (featuring Reef the Lost Cauze), the impactful fifth single from their forthcoming album, The Blackest Thing on the Menu. The official music video for "Mother" is also out now. Released via Rench Audio, this 10-track album is set to drop on Friday, June 14th, and showcases Gangstagrass's signature fusion of bluegrass and hip-hop, exploring the foundational elements of both genres with zest and flavor.


With continual creativity and finesse, Acoustic Hot Tuna sets out touring across the United States this July, August, and September. Masters in their field, Jorma Kaukonen and Jack Casady's joy in playing unfiltered riffs, swapping notes and smiles, has delighted them and thrilled their audiences for seven decades!


The El Chapultepec Legacy Project proudly announces its partnership with the Colorado Music Hall of Fame, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, at a launch event to be held on Sunday, July 21, 2024, at Dazzle in Denver. The concert event, "Ode to the Early Days," will be a nostalgic celebration of the straight-ahead bebop standards that established the original El Chapultepec as Denver's premier jazz club.


San Diego’s very own Shakedown String Band is set to light up the night at the Tuscany Suites & Casino’s Copa Room on Friday, June 14th. Starting at 11:30pm and grooving until the last call at 2:30am, this is a 21+ event with no cover charge, making it the perfect late-night adventure for music lovers.

Originally released in 1998, The Best of Friends marks a significant milestone in the illustrious career of blues legend John Lee Hooker. This seminal album highlights Hooker's late-career collaborations with an array of esteemed musicians including Eric Clapton, Ry Cooder, Carlos Santana, Van Morrison, and Bonnie Raitt.

Legendary band Widespread Panic has announced the surprise release of their new album Snake Oil King, this Friday, June 14th on Widespread Records. Snake Oil King is the first full-length studio album from the group since 2015’s Street Dogs and features John Bell (lead vocals/guitar), Dave Schools (bass/vocals), John Hermann (keyboards/vocals), Sunny Ortiz (percussion), Jimmy Herring (lead guitar) and Duane Trucks (drums).

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