Twiddle

Mihali Savoulidis went out on his own releasing the single “Empty Overflow.” You may be familiar with Mihali from the rock quartet, Twiddle. It’s simple; Mihali’s musical talent is special.

On Monday, multi-instrumentalist Mihali released an acoustic rendition of his original track “Empty Overflow,” recorded live in Miami, Florida for Sugarshack Sessions. The seven-minute performance showcases Mihali’s instrumental prowess, as he beatboxes and layers guitar, drums, bass and vocals to create a robust reggae jam. “Empty Overflow” appears on Mihali’s new album, “Breathe and Let Go,” released Friday, February 28th.

This weekend, Vermont-based jam quartet Twiddle returned to the Northeast for a pair of shows. Dubbed the “Valentine’s Run 2020,” the band played at The Palace Theatre (Albany, NY) on Friday, and at the sold-out State Theatre (Portland, ME) on Saturday. Much to the delight of the droves of fervent supporters, both shows provided a deep-dive into Twiddle’s ever-expanding catalog, featuring selections from each stage of the group’s 15-year career.

Higher Ground is pleased to announce Twiddle's Tumble Down at the Lake Champlain Maritime Festival returns to Waterfront Park in Burlington for its fifth year. A limited number of Early Bird 2-day passes, VIP, and SUPER VIP tickets go on sale Friday, February 7th at 11 am ET.

California funk n’ roll outfit ALO will be heading out on the road this week on Tour D’Amour XIV  that will see the band traverse the west coast accompanied by friends such as Twiddle, The Motet, Leftover Salmon and Ben Morrison from Brothers Comatose.  Following Tour D’Amour the band heads to the East Coast on their California Creatures Tour.

SweetWater 420 Fest announces additions to the SweetWater 420 Fest 2020 lineup performing April 24-26, 2020 at Centennial Olympic Park. Lineup includes Oysterhead, Trey Anastasio Band (2 sets), Cage The Elephant, Joe Russo’s Almost Dead (2 sets), The Revivalists, Lake Street Dive, The Floozies, Dr.

Gem & Jam Festival continues to march forward towards making this its biggest year yet, since announcing it would return to the beautiful, desert setting of Pima County Fairgrounds, January 31 through February 2, 2020.  The three-day music, art, performance, and gem & mineral festival that has added a mix of all-star talent and burgeoning artists destined to be highlights.

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