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Bhakti Fest, Southern California’s renowned yoga and spiritual music festival, is excited to announce its return to the beautiful Joshua Lake & Campground over the weekend of September 15-17. Bhakti Fest is a pioneering gathering known for yoga, kirtan, and other spiritual and conscious music, meditation, sound healing, vegetarian cuisine, therapeutic bodywork, spiritual study, conscious community, and transformation that continues to serve as a beacon for spiritual seekers worldwide.

Z2 Entertainment, Jack Barton Entertainment (JBE), and 97.3 KBCO are thrilled to announce the 2023 JBE Triple A SummitFest at the Fox Theatre and the JBE FREE Outdoor Stage. This two-day musical extravaganza is set to take place from Wednesday, August 2nd through Thursday, August 3rd.

“I Just Want To Write And Perform Songs That Touch The Heart And Help Others”. Letting Go Of Genre, Expectation, And Boxes, Satsang Has Leaned Into The Power Of Songwriting To Drive Their Forthcoming Release, Flowers From The Fray (The Band’s 5th Album In 6 Years) Due Out Fall 2022.

Good Vibez Presents, the all-types-of-music-loving promoters behind the beloved California Roots Music & Arts Festival, are pleased to announce the return of Rebels & Renegades in 2023. A once-a-year gathering of musical hippies and cowboys in Monterey, California, Rebels & Renegades will once again take place at the Monterey County Fairgrounds, this year bringing music to festivalgoers over three days; October 6-8, 2023.

Montana’s Satsang, led by singer/songwriter Drew McManus, has just released their new full-length album ‘Flowers From The Fray,’ available now on all streaming platforms.

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Montana’s Satsang, led by singer/songwriter Drew McManus, has just released “Coming Together,” the latest single off their new album ‘Flowers From The Fray,’ out September 9th.

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Montana’s Satsang are back this fall with ‘Flowers From The Fray,’ the band’s finest work to date, out September 9th. Following the success of their previous release ‘All. Right. Now.,’ which was broad and spacious, reflecting the soaring mountains and “big soundscape” of McManus’s home state of Montana, ‘Flowers From The Fray’ finds the band stripping things down - removing the excess layers and filters, both creatively and professionally, and returning to something organic, authentic, and real.

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Boulder, CO

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The reggae-infused folk-rock band Satsang released a new album today, June 4 titled “All. Right. Now.” Inspired by the soundscape of their home state Montana, the album brings nature and soul to each track, telling the story of a long journey to peace and happiness.

On “Malachi,” the final single from his deeply personal new album ‘All. Right. Now’ out this Friday, Satsang’s Drew McManus shares an emotional message written to his son. “The day my son Malachi was born, they said his bilirubin count was bad and they suggested we keep him under this crazy blue light throughout the night,” McManus explains. “My wife and I couldn’t do it.

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