Slightly Stoopid to perform double header at Red Rocks - Aug 15 + 16 -- supporting acts announced today!
Singer-songwriter and folk mainstays Trevor Hall and Citizen Cope will co-headline the historic Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, Colorado on May 1st, 2020, with multi-instrumentalist sisters Rising Appalachia, performing on the bill as well.
Trevor Hall has spent 2019 touring extensively and working on new music, including releasing single “Strength in One,” his first release since his critically acclaimed independent release The Fruitful Darkness (June 2018), which debuted at #4 on the iTunes alternative chart.
MOKB Presents has announced the lineup and dates for Holler On The Hill 2019. This year’s festival will take place Saturday, September 21 and Sunday, September 22 at Garfield Park with performances by Citizen Cope, Mt. Joy, Nikki Lane, Black Joe Lewis & the Honeybears, Justin Townes Earle, Murder By Death, John Moreland, Kristin Hersh, Lilly Hiatt, American Aquarium, Red Wanting Blue, Will Hoge, SUSTO, Briston Maroney, The Wild Reeds, Katie Pruitt, Erin Rae, Brent Cowles, Left Lane Cruiser and more.
Cali Roots Veterans Pepper has been known to call the California Roots Music & Arts Festival the “Super Bowl” of the genre, and over the last decade, it has proven time and time again that it represents the apex of what reggae can be in America. It has passed every festival that inspired it inspired it by countless lengths in virtually every way.
Veteran R&B / blues icon Garrett Duton (G. Love) of G. Love & Special Sauce returns to Nauset Beach this fall for a reprisal of his inaugural sell-out event, the Cape Cod Roots & Blues Festival. The one-day celebration of music, community, and Cape Cod beach culture will take place September 14, 2019 in Orleans, Massachusetts, with sets from Citizen Cope, Chadwick Stokes and The Pintos, Mihali (of Twiddle), Clearcola, plus a generous helping of G.
“One Lovely Day", the title track from Citizen Cope’s new album, is premiering today on Rolling Stone.com. The song has been a staple in Cope’s live set, and originally written for fellow DC musician and friend