Sound On Sound lineup announcement: Dave Matthews & Tim Reynolds, Stevie Nicks, The Lumineers, Brandi Carlile
Introducing Sound On Sound, a brand-new music festival, from the people behind the Governors Ball Music Festival. The inaugural Sound On Sound Music Festival will take place September 24th – 25th, 2022 on the bank of the Long Island Sound at the beautiful Seaside Park, Bridgeport, CT. The festival’s inaugural lineup features performances from 22+ artists including Dave Matthews and Tim Reynolds, The Lumineers, Stevie Nicks, Brandi Carlile, The National, Father John Misty, Black Pumas, Ziggy Marley, Gary Clark Jr., The
Serpentine Prison, the highly anticipated debut solo record from Matt Berninger, frontman of The National, is out now. Produced by famed Memphis multi-instrumentalist Booker T. Jones, the album is available via Book’s Records, a new imprint formed by Berninger and Jones in conjunction with Concord Records. Order the album HERE.
In anticipation of Serpentine Prison, the upcoming debut solo record from Matt Berninger—frontman of critically acclaimed group The National—Berninger is premiering the new single “One More Second” alongside a lyric video. “I wrote “One More Second” with Matt Sheehy (Lost Lander, EL VY) with the intention for it to be a kind of answer to Dolly Parton’s “I Will Always Love You,” or sort of the other side of that conversation,” says Berninger.
Higher Ground is pleased to announce The National will perform at Ben and Jerry's Concerts on the Green at Shelburne Museum on Wednesday, July 15th, 2020. Tickets go on sale Friday, February 21st at 11 AM ET.
Wednesday, July 15th, 2020
Ben and Jerry's Concerts on the Green at Shelburne Museum
Support: Lucy Dacus
GA $56 + 4 Day of Show
Gates 6:00PM, Show 7:00PM
Bob Weir was quite literally born and bred in music. The adopted son of loving parents Frederic Utter and Eleanor Cramer Weir, his identity would deepen and develop in his youth. Though his parents did their best (Mama Tried) Weir’s nature was rebellious and questioning. His dyslexia didn’t help matters. In his teens, Weir was shipped off from his birthplace of San Francisco to Fountain Valley School in Colorado Springs, Colorado where hopes were that he would straighten out.
“Never trust a prankster,” a motto of the Acid Test-producing Merry Pranksters back in the 1960s, was apropos on Friday, at Bob Weir’s inaugural Campfire Tour show in San Rafael, California. In support of Weir’s new countrified, ballad-heavy album, “Blue Mountain,” all signs pointed to a live show in which Weir’s new band would mosey on through a series of sparse, slow-paced odes.