Lacuna, the debut album by guitarist Tom Hamilton and pianist Holly Bowling, has been announced for release on November 19 via Royal Potato Family. The duo, who also perform together in the acclaimed rock band Ghost Light, captured the music in one stream of consciousness, completely improvised recording session at Hamilton's studio The Ballroom in Philadelphia. Through a series of ambient excursions, Hamilton and Bowling showcase their powerful musical connection.
North Beach Music Festival, set to happen at Miami Beach's historic North Beach Bandshell this December, has shared daily lineups. Coinciding with its daily lineup announcement, the festival is also releasing a limited allotment of single-day tickets, on sale tomorrow, Wednesday, September 15 at 12:00 pm ET. Additionally, North Beach Music Festival is excited to announce that long-time Florida jam scene anchors, The Heavy Pets, have joined the lineup.
PIGEONS PLAYING PING PONG, SPAFFORD, THE MOTET, MARCO BENEVENTO & MORE TO PLAY INAUGURAL NORTH BEACH MUSIC FESTIVAL
Last week, GMP Live announced a brand-new festival that will take over the North Beach Bandshell in Miami Beach, FL this December 10th and 11th, and today, they have revealed the all-star lineup.
Innovative Giving Enhancement (IGE) releases today the dates and preliminary Artist Collective for the 2022 Kaua’i Music and Art Immersion. ‘Grateful Aloha’ on the Garden Island, held January 3-11, 2022, offers a unique opportunity to join in musical celebration with the Kaua’i community for the benefit of a broad range of island nonprofit organizations.
Acclaimed pianist Holly Bowling has announced the second leg of her groundbreaking virtual concert tour, featuring extraordinary solo performances filmed live at some of America’s most spectacular natural locations. The second leg of the livestream tour begins Thursday, October, 22 with a performance from Casco Bay, Maine, followed every Thursday by new performances filmed at Taos, New Mexico (Oct. 29), Breckenridge, Colorado (Nov. 5), Hardscrabble Mountain, Colorado (Nov. 12) and Moab, Utah (Nov. 19).
Piano virtuoso Holly Bowling is proud to announce a beautiful new album featuring solo piano renditions of the music of the Grateful Dead. Seeking All That’s Still Unsung arrives everywhere on Friday, November 20. The evocative collection features nine instrumental piano interpretations of songs spanning the Grateful Dead’s extensive catalog -- both classics and deep tracks -- and is heralded by today’s release of “St. Stephen,” available on all DSPs and streaming services.
Premier jamgrass group Greensky Bluegrass just finished their 2020 winter tour this past weekend, closing out with a packed show at The Tabernacle in Atlanta, Georgia. Onboard with them were hotshot psychedelic rockers Ghost Light, who had joined Greensky as the opening act for the entire Winter run. Grateful Web caught the two together during their northeast run, at Penn’s Peak in Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania.
The quintet opened their show up with a fan favorite and title track from their most recent album, All for Money, which lead right into a high energy version of Grow Bananas. Next up was an extended version of a Newgrass Revival’s “Can’t Stop Now”, during which each member really began to tune into both the crowd and each other. As they took turns passing the jam back and forth between each musician, the audience began moving and grooving to their unique style of psychedelic jam-grass.