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.”
TWIDDLE RELEASES NEW STUDIO SINGLE, ‘DISTANCE MAKES THE HEART’ FEATURING ANDERS BECK OF GREENSKY BLUEGRASS
Veteran Vermont-based jam quartet Twiddle has debuted their latest single ‘Distance Makes the Heart.’ The ambling, folk-inspired track is the band’s second release in as many months. Penned during the early months of the pandemic, the song features the masterful dobro stylings of Anders Beck (Greensky Bluegrass). Produced by Clint Bierman, the song was recorded by Roger Stauss and Samuel Johnson at Sugarworks Soundhouse in Waitsfield, Vermont.
Last Friday night, Twiddle closed out a fiery one-two punch at the Brooklyn Bowl in Brooklyn, NY, building off of the prior night’s St. Patrick’s Day festivities, as well as the birthday celebration of keyboardist Ryan Dempsey. The Vermont based quartet delivered inspiring jams for their dedicated fans who arrived hours before the show began. The show included two notable sit ins, as well as accolades from the Brooklyn Bowl’s famous owner, Peter Shapiro.
Today, Vermont jam quartet Twiddle released a new video hinting at an upcoming studio release.The footage, captured at Sugarhouse Soundworks in Waitsfield, VT, is accompanied by a never-before-heard song. The announcement follows a series of recent social media posts featuring the band writing and recording, signaling the potential for a highly-anticipated new project. Although the band’s live catalog has continuously grown over the years, their last official studio release was 2017’s Plump.
"The Dirty Street Grass Company" tour, consisting of Kendall Street Company and The Dirty Street Grass Players is about to come to a close this weekend - on Sunday Dec 12th (at Stella Blues in New Haven). For the seven date mini co-headlining tour, the two bands have each performed individual sets, and then come together for a superjam collaboration set at the end of each show.
Labor Day weekend arrived with a stellar performance by jam rocker’s Twiddle at the Stanhope House in Stanhope, NJ. Despite technical difficulties that abridged the outdoor performance, the band delivered their signature improvisation, positive vibes and several notable covers. This included an impromptu acoustic set to finish out the night inside the Stanhope House after the power for the PA mysteriously went out.