The Wood Brothers

Today, Greensky Bluegrass, the Michigan bred alt/Americana and roots band announced brand new fall tour dates which include stops in San Diego, San Francisco, Blue Lake, Eugene, Portland, Kalamazoo, and Atlanta.

The Wood Brothers have announced seven shows this Fall. They kick-off the run with three dates in the Southeast beginning at Knight Theater in Charlotte, NC on September 29. The tour continues in the Northeast with four shows, including Mayo Performing Arts Center in Morristown, NJ on October 4 and Lebanon Opera House in Lebanon, NH on October 7. Artist pre-sale begins Wednesday, July 20 at 10am ET followed by local pre-sale on Thursday, July 21 at 10am ET and general pre-sale on Friday, July 22 at 10am ET.

Greensky Bluegrass, the Michigan-bred alt/Americana, and roots band has announced an eight-show intimate amphitheater run with The Wood Brothers that kicks off on August 11 in Bridgeport, CT, and continues on throughout the Southeast wrapping up in Raleigh, NC.

"To say I’m excited for this tour is an understatement. I’m a huge fan of the music and the players. can’t help but feel like the luckiest man to go out and do this run." - Paul Hoffman

Orange Blossom Revue has announced the lineup for its eighth annual event taking place Friday and Saturday, December 2-3, 2022 at Lake Wailes Park in central Florida. This year, fans can look forward to a second helping of folk/Americana luminaries The Wood Brothers, who are returning as co-curators of the 2022 event.

Cloud 9 Adventures announces the return of Strings & Sol, the annual bluegrass-centric tropical concert vacation, for its’ milestone tenth year. The event will take place at beloved Sapphire Resort & Spa, a fully updated all-inclusive resort on the beautiful coastline of Puerto Morelos, Mexico from December 7-11, 2022.

The Wood Brothers, Fantastic Negrito, and Jade Bird are among the third round of artists headlining the 2022 Bristol Rhythm & Roots Reunion music festival, which takes place Sept. 9-11 in Historic Downtown Bristol, Virginia-Tennessee. Singer-songwriters Ian Noe, Arlo McKinley, and Aaron Lee Tasjan are also part of the 2022 lineup announced today.

“Everyone has these little kingdoms in their minds,” says Chris Wood, “and the songs on this album all explore the ways we find peace in them. They look at how we deal with our dreams and our regrets and our fears and our loves. They look at the stories we tell ourselves and the ways we balance the darkness and the light.”

To trace the lineage of numerous popular American genres, one only has to turn to the musical history of Chicago and absorb the city’s legacy as a cultural hub of jazz, blues, and rock n’ roll. Now, in honor of The Windy City’s rich background for diverse artistic innovation comes a first-of-its-kind music festival: SACRED ROSE.

The Wood Brothers and Guster have announced a co-headline tour this June. Covering a wide range of ground in just seven shows, the run begins in the Mid-Atlantic with performances at Maymont Park in Richmond, VA on June 9 and Freeman Stage in Selbyville, DE on June 10. The two bands then head to the Northeast for dates together at Midway Lawn in Essex Junction, VT on June 11 and Beak & Skiff in Lafayette, NY on June 12.

When festival organizers dreamed up the Master Musicians Festival nearly three decades ago, their idea was simple: to honor those whose contributions have had a significant effect on their respective genres and to highlight the up-and-coming acts who are carrying the torch of their forebears.

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