Twiddle continued their Distance Makes the Heart tour on Sat Jan 21 with their Sold-Out performance at the legendary Stone Pony in Asbury Park, NJ. Mihali Savoulidis and the boys came to the coastal Jersey town on a chilly night with Philly-based Great Time in support.

After 18 years of touring, Twiddle has announced that they will take an indefinite hiatus after 2023. In addition to announcing over 20 shows in 2023, the band’s lead singer and guitarist Mihali Savoulidis penned this letter to fans, explaining the band’s decision:

I come to you all with a heavy heart today to share a tough but important announcement. With the support of my bandmates, we are making  the difficult decision to take an indefinite hiatus as a band starting in 2024 after 18 years of being on the road.

After a tremendous 2022 campaign that saw thousands of merrymakers flock to Swanzey, NH, Northlands Music and Arts Festival is gathering steam heading into this year's edition. On June 16-17 over twenty-five regional and nationally touring acts will take the stage and captivate attendees with their musical mastery. Northlands Music and Arts Festival has emerged on the scene as one of the summer’s most anticipated boutique gatherings, offering an impressive lineup and unforgettable experiences in the New Hampshire countryside.

After a dazzling 2022 campaign, Northlands Music and Arts Festival is thrilled to announce its return to Swanzey, NH, June 16-17, 2023. The forthcoming event, celebrating its second year, will see over thirty regional and nationally touring acts perform on the palatial fairground nestled in the heart of southern New Hampshire. Headlining acts will include veteran Colorado jam sextet The String Cheese Incident, Phish bassist Mike Gordon, Goose acoustic offshoot Orebolo, and high-octane rockers Andy Frasco and the U.N.

Veteran Vermont jam quartet Twiddle will ring in the new year with a concert at The State Theater in Portland, ME. The one-night concert event is the band’s first NYE event at the historic southern Maine locale in their eighteen-year history. Ascending NJ-based Dogs in a Pile, currently scheduled to support over twenty dates on Twiddle’s recently announced fall tour, will perform an opening set.

Today, Vermont jam quartet Twiddle released Every Last Leaf, their fifth full-length studio album. Available wherever you stream music via No Coincidence Records, a limited-edition double LP printed on 180g mint galaxy vinyl is also available for pre-order exclusively at the official Twiddle webstore.

Vermont jam quartet Twiddle, alongside a handful of notable local and nationally touring acts visited Westport, CT’s Levitt Pavilion for the Performing Arts for an epic weekend of music. Dulcet melodies echoed across the Saugatuck River, as over one-thousand revelers packed the picturesque venue each night to enjoy additional Friday sets from The Nth Power and Mihali, and Saturday appearances by Dwight and Nicole and Eggy. Rounding out the festivities were select local food trucks and traveling artisans peddling handcrafted wares.

With the Atlanta Festival season going full throttle, Rival Entertainment is pleased to present Candler Park Music Festival as the first festival for the unofficial start of Summer. The two-day event reclaimed its traditional dates and will welcome fans back to Candler Park for music, food, and art on June 03 and 04, 2022.

Veteran Vermont jam quartet Twiddle return with a long-awaited studio project, Every Last Leaf. Arriving August 12th on No Coincidence Records, the album is the fifth full-length studio release from the beloved New England band. A bold exploration of the cyclical nature of life, the work encapsulates the band’s constant evolution through 18 years on the road.

Northlands is ramping up and promises to be the biggest event in the region, with 15 bands over multiple stages.

“We super excited about this year,” says Northlands Director Seth McNally.  “We’ve curated a fantastic diversity of genres, basically an entire season worth of dynamic bands and lined them all up for one fantastic weekend of music.”

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