Mike Dillon

Mike Dillon has announced the release of his new studio album Band of Outsiders due April 1 via The Royal Potato Family. A Texas-native currently based in New Orleans, Dillon has set his own standard for 25 years now.

As part of the Live from AURA Studios series, Atlanta-based low-endie rock band Stokeswood will be performing tomorrow (Wednesday, November 6) at 8 pm EST. Fans can tune in to the FREE 5-camera HD video stream at www.LIVEfromAURA.com. We also have sessions coming up with The Revivalists, Consider The Source, and Mike Dillon Band. Details are below including social media links.

How many artists can claim praise like "punk rock provocateur," "jazz vibraphone visionary" and "percussion master" in the same sentence? There's only one: Texas-native Mike Dillon.

On the last Saturday of Jazz Fest, the late night grids displayed a smorgasbord of concert choices all over town.

Following what felt like an eternal winter, New York City has finally begun to get some (somewhat) warm and sunny weather, and that alone was cause enough for celebration.

For those of you headed to New Orleans Jazzfest this year, on Saturday, May 4 at The Blue Nile, we'll gather six of our most favorite musicians for a band called The Royal Potato Family All-Stars.

Renowned vibraphone, percussionist and lyrical mastermind Mike Dillon is one of those traveling musicians that might not always draw the largest of crowds, but is embraced by many musical communities and fans of altering genres.

Mike Dillon is a hardworking man of many hats. The songwriter, percussionist, vibraphonist and bandleader has a lengthy resume displaying a vast list of projects spanning genres of rock, punk, jazz, afro-funk and hip-hop. Dillon has played with Ani DiFranco, Karl Denson, Les Claypool, James Singleton and Ten Hands.