World-renowned Billboard Reggae Chart-topping group Tribal Seeds announce the official release of their fourth studio album, Representing for May 13th. Much to the excitement of their massive fanbase, the band also releases the track listing, album art, and iTunes Presale Date of May 2nd for the new 12-track LP.
Whitewater Ramble (WWR) has announced their first batch of Spring and Summer 2014 Tour dates. The band will hit the Southeast for the very first time in May and also is making first time appearances at several major U.S. festivals.WWR is currently on tour behind their sophomore release Roots & Groove which was produced by Tim Carbone of Railroad Earth.
One of the first lessons they teach you in film school is that you sometimes have to “kill your darlings”. It’s a term that means no matter how much you love a scene you shot; if it doesn’t fit in the film, it ends up on the cutting room floor. In 2009, The Mother Hips rescued a short stack of 2-inch analog tapes from a Los Angeles basement and started picking through hours of material, most of it recorded around the era that produced 1995’s Part Timer Goes Full and ‘96’s Shootout.
Michael Franti & Spearhead announce today the launch of the first-ever music and yoga lifestyle tour, Soulshine, featuring special guest artists SOJA, Brett Dennen, Trevor Hall, and acclaimed yoga teachers such as Canada's Ryan Leier; additional yoga instructors TBA.
Based on their unique approach of recreating, literally note for note, all instruments as well as the lush and complex vocal harmonies as heard on classic recordings of the 70’s, Dead On Live has quickly become recognized as one of the top acts to pay tribute to the music of the American treasure known as the Grateful Dead.
Leftover Salmon featuring Bill Payne of Little Feat played to a large crowd this past weekend on Sunday, April 20th. With the entire city a-lit with activities throughout the day, folks gathered in the streets outside of Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom in Denver, CO, while Method Man and Redman performed inside to a packed house. “People around the world are looking at Denver on this day...” said Vince Herman to The Denver Post/ Reverb.
Yonder Mountain String Band is all about family, and through the support of our family of fans, we have been able to play music for you for the past 15 years. We couldn't be more proud about our successes and experiences performing at the best venues and festivals in the country, and for the most dedicated fans any band could ever wish to have. With this said, YMSB would like to share some news about the future of the band.
It's a rare opportunity for fans of American roots music to experience two modern masters of the banjo and fiddle together on one stage, performing a full set of originals and classics in a duo format.