Excitement lingered in the summer air as thousands of concert-goers lined up at Red Rocks Amphitheatre to see the legendary Austin-born and based Shakey Graves. The buzz and anticipation for a night filled with blues, folk, country, and rock and roll, was lighting up each attendee’s face. Being only his third show post-pandemic, many loyal fans and attendees were enthusiastic to welcome his music back to the stage.
In support of the double LP Roll The Bones X, Shakey Graves confirms an extensive run of summer tour dates. The stretch of North American shows kicks off with multiple performances in his home state of Texas—Austin’s Stubb on June 18, Houston’s White Oak Music Hall (Lawn) on June 19 as well Dallas’ The Rustic on June 20—followed by a return headline set at the legendary Red Rocks Amphitheatre on June 23. Tickets are available for purchase at www.shakeygraves.com/.
On January 5th, 2021 the state of Georgia is voting in a Special Election that will determine the United States’Senate. #iVoted Festival is thrilled to announce the debut of #iVoted Festival Georgia - an Election Day digital concert that directly drives voter turnout featuring the top streaming artists in and from The Peach State.
Singer-songwriters Bruce Robison and Kelly Willis’ annual Holiday Shindig this year has a twist.
The 21st edition of the couple’s show is a virtual holiday special filled with all of the yuletide cheer. This 2020 spin, Bruce & Kelly’s Holiday (Shut-In) Shindig, features special performances and stories from Ray Wiley Hubbard and Shakey Graves. Grab your eggnog, light the fireplace, and tune in for an interactive evening of merriment for the whole family.
Hardly Strictly Bluegrass Announces Chuck Prophet, Patty Griffin, Birds of Chicago, Los Coast, and Shakey Graves for Let The Music Play On
Hardly Strictly Bluegrass announces the third round of musicians in this year’s Let The Music Play On, with HSB veterans Chuck Prophet, Patty Griffin, and first-time performers Birds of Chicago, Los Coast, and Shakey Graves. Let the Music Play On is a celebration of roots music, honoring the 20th Anniversary of Hardly Strictly Bluegrass, airing the first weekend of October featuring new performance footage, archival sets, and fans’ festival memories from previous years.
After scrapping more than half the record due to the sudden death of his Marine veteran brother, Jonathan Terrell perfects and comes out swinging on third LP, Westward. “The album I wanted to make”. Austin, TX elite musicians Shakey Graves, Mark Wystrach (Midland) David Ramirez and Gregg Rolie (Santana/ Journey) members of Black Pumas and Band of Heathens all contribute alongside Terrell's eversteady road band.