As soon as we saw the megaphone in Trey’s hand, we knew we were in for something special. Actually, let me back up. As soon as I walked into Jason’s Deli for lunch, hours before the show, and hear[...]
In the beautiful rolling hills of Bath, New Hampshire this past weekend, a festival was held on Dodge Farm honoring the life and music of Jerry Garcia and The Grateful Dead. The 19th annual Jerry Jam[...]
This past Thursday night at Brooklyn Bowl, NOLA vibes filled the air as Galactic put on a spectacular show. The funk band was joined by frequent guest singers Maggie Koerner and Corey Glover (Living C[...]
Phish returned to Northerly Island for their second time this weekend amidst absolutely beautiful weather, contrary to last year’s partly rained-out mess. The venue matched the weather for beauty, t[...]
On Thursday, July 17th, it was time once again for fans of the Grateful Dead to descend upon theaters across the country for the annual Grateful Dead's meetup at the movies. This year's 4th annual i[...]
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Things got a little awkward for the sold-out crowd at a Ray LaMontagne concert at Frederik Meijer Gardens in Grand Rapids, Michigan on Wednesday night. In the middle of his set, Ray LaMontagne called [...]
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The old adage always rings true: never miss a Sunday show. Despite the fear of rain, Phish phans flocked to Randall's Island for the third night of the band's three show run. After rocking the first [...]
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On July 13th at BB King Blues Club in NYC, Live for Live Music has put together an all-star ensemble to perform a Jimi Hendrix Band of Gypsys Tribute Set after Phish plays their final Randall's Island [...]
Erick “Jesus” Coomes is a man of many talents. You may know him as the highly skilled bassist of acclaimed funk outfit Lettuce, or for his lovable goofball antics on and off stage. However, there [...]
Live for Live Music is excited to bring you an intimate Official Hudson Project Pre-Party with Lettuce on Thursday, July 10th at Le Poisson Rouge in New York City (purchase tickets here). Lettuce isn [...]
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