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  • Category: News

    moe. Bassist Rob Derhak Has Finished Chemo And Radiation Treatment

    Back in July, moe. had surprising news for fans with the announcement that the group would be going on an indefinite hiatus following bassist Rob Derhak‘s diagnosis with oropharyngeal cancer. After performing their remaining shows together in July, Derhak began his cancer treatment in early August. Following the announcement of the diagnosis, the larger jam community banned together around […]

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    Mike Gordon Offers Free Stream Of Tonight’s Show

    Mike Gordon is closing out fall tour tonight in Boulder, Colorado at the Boulder Theatre. To celebrate the sold-out show, the Phish bassist will offer a free webcast of his solo band’s performance in support of their new album OGOGO. Mike’s band includes Scott Murawski, Robert Walter, John Kimock, and Craig Myers. You can watch Live beginning […]

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    Robert Plant Releases 11th Studio LP “Carry Fire” With The Sensational Space Shifters

    Robert Plant is a musician who needs no introduction. Today, the iconic Led Zeppelin singer presents his eleventh LP, Carry Fire, via Nonesuch/Warner Bros—a follow-up to 2014’s Lullaby and… the Ceaseless Roar. For Carry Fire, Plant teams with The Sensational Space Shifters, a group composed of Justin Adams, John Baggott, Dave Smith and Liam “Skin” Tyson, though other numbers on the record include cameos from cellist Redi […]

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    Bootsy Collins Releases New Disco Track From Upcoming “World Wide Funk” Album

    Funk legend Bootsy Collins recently announced a new album World Wide Funk, due out Oct 27th. Marking the bassist’s first album since 2011’s Tha Funk Capital of the World, the upcoming World Wide Funk is populated with musical friends old and new, and recorded in his Cincinnati home’s Bootzilla Re-hab studio. Blue-chip rappers like Doug E. Fresh, Big Daddy Kane, DJ Quik, Dru Down, and Chuck D, along […]

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    Lettuce Reinterprets Miles Davis In New Live Album “Witches Stew”

    Lettuce has released a new live album today, Witches Stew, appropriately on Friday the 13th. The album celebrates the late great Miles Davis, one of Lettuce’s biggest and most beloved influences, in this new release–a nod to his 1970 Bitches Brew. This collection of seven songs, handpicked by the band, was recorded at the 2016 Catskill Chill in Lakewood, PA. Filled with […]

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    Phil Lesh, Holly Bowling, Members Of moe., TAB Tapped For Everyone Orchestra Shows

    Matt Butler‘s Everyone Orchestra has announced two nights at Terrapin Crossroads, dubbed Everyone Loves Terrapin on December 1 & 2. The orchestra will include Grateful Dead bassist Phil Lesh, guitarist/vocalist Al Schnier (moe.), guitarist/vocalist Grahame Lesh (Terrapin Family Band), pianist Holly Bowling, trumpeter Jennifer Hartswick (Trey Anastasio Band), trombonist Natalie Cressman (Trey Anastasio Band), guitarist […]

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    Watch Ween Play Wetlands In 1991 [Full-Show Video]

    In 1991, Ween released 23-track staple record The Pod, their second studio album after GodWeenSatan: The Oneness. Dean and Gene Ween were in their early 20’s and exploring themselves musically, while also maintaining their raging personalities. Any concert at Tribeca’s Wetlands Preserve was a night for the books, so when the duo came to town, things got extra brown. This particular performance included “Captain […]

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    Members Of The Velvet Underground Reunite For “Salute To Music Legends” Concert [Video]

    Earlier this year, The Recording Academy held the Salute to Music Legends concert at the Beacon Theatre in New York City to honor its Special Merit Awards recipients. The recipients included Nina Simone, Sly Stone, Dionne Warwick, Charley Pride, Jimmy Rodgers, and more artists who were recognized for their “contributions of artistic significance to the […]

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    Members of The Motet, Snarky Puppy, TAB, & More Tribute Herbie Hancock At BCA [Audio/Video]

    Last month, the third annual Brooklyn Comes Alive took over three beloved venues in Williamsburg (Brooklyn Bowl, Music Hall of Williamsburg, and Schimanski), bringing with it a stacked lineup featuring once-in-a-lifetime collaborations, tribute sets, and all-star supergroups. Over one hundred artists were brought together to see their passion projects come to life, honor their musical heroes, and improvise with […]

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    Vulfpeck Debuts “Baby I Don’t Know Oh Oh” With Woody Goss On Sax

    Vulfpeck recently wrapped up a sold-out European tour that followed three nights at NYC’s Brooklyn Steel. The band’s success is palpable, and continued over the weekend with their first of two performances at Austin City Limits. To kick off their week in Austin, the funk quartet performed two late night performances at Emo’s. Billed Vulfpeck […]

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