The inaugural Sacred Rose Fest is less than 2 weeks away. For the first time ever there will be a weekend full of music as diverse as the Grateful Dead in its current form. Phil Lesh playing with Nels Cline and Jeff Tweedy as well as Karl Denson, Stu Allen, Grahame Lesh, Jeff Chimenti, and Elliott Peck all in one headlining slot!?! Khruangbin, JRAD, Umphrey’s McGee, Disco Biscuits, Lotus, Elliott Peck’s Midnight North, Holly Bowling, and the Gone Gone Beyond are kicking it all off?!? The list is exciting and inviting.
Midnight North releases Selections from Levon Helm Studios, a new live album via Americana Vibes. Selections from Levon Helm Studios features a mix of Midnight North originals with classic rock hits such as “Don’t Do It” and “Luxury Liner.”
With a keen eye on musical evolution, the band still looks back and savors their favorite moments. Selections from Levon Helm Studios celebrates a very special night for Midnight North: November 9, 2019 at Levon Helm Studios in Woodstock, NY.
Midnight North has released the second single from Selections from Levon Helm Studios. “As soon as Elliott showed us her original demo for “Coyote”, I knew the pressure was on us to perform this amazing song in a way that lived up to the magic of its composition. When we began working up the song, our November show at the mythical Levon Helm Studios became a dream debut opportunity for us," shared Grahame Lesh.
Bay Area staples and coast-to-coast road warriors, Midnight North, are pleased to announce the release of a new live album, Selections from Levon Helm Studios. The album was recorded live at their show at the iconic barn in Upstate New York on November 9, 2019. The album is due out May 20 on Americana Vibes.
Saturday night, Phil Lesh and Friends closed out their three-night Colorado run with a final stop at the picturesque Planet Bluegrass in Lyons, Colorado. Following two magical nights in Dillon and Vail, the group concluded the transcendental trifecta to a sold-out crowd under a near full moon, clear skies, and perfect temperatures.