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    Twiddle Welcomes Brandon “Taz” Niederauer To Close NYC Run [Photos/Video]

    Twiddle wrapped up their three-night run at New York City’s Irving Plaza last night for some late night shenanigans after Phish at Madison Square Garden. Their NYC stand kicked off on Thursday night, when they were joined by fellow Vermonters and synth-pop aficionados Madalia for a special combined cover set dubbed “Twidalia.” Friday night brought the Giant Country Horns — the legendary horn section that has previously […]

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    Gary Clark Jr. Takes Over The Tabernacle [Photos/Videos]

    On Friday, Gary Clark Jr. took to The Tabernacle in Atlanta, Georgia to bring his July run to a close. Dubbed “The Chosen One,” Gary Clark Jr. has been quickly rising the ranks to superstar status, with his soulful mix of blues and rock ‘n’ roll garnering him new fans consistently as well as headlining slots at major […]

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    Phish Finds Their City To Live In With Strawberry-Stuffed Saturday Show

    Following a fiery opening night full of coconuts, chloroform, some wicker and some cork, Phish set the roof on fire for Night 2 of their 13-night Baker’s Dozen residency at Madison Square Garden in New York City. As promised, Phish distributed donuts to the first batch of lucky fans that entered the World’s Most Famous […]

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    Listen To Phish Lay Down A 27-Minute ‘Ghost’ Funk-Fest On This Day 20 Years Ago

    While Phish has just kicked off their historic thirteen-night residency at Madison Square Garden, it’s still a joy to look back at their storied history. When Phish was on in 1997, they were on a whole different level. The band toured relentlessly during that era of their career, with their performance at Lakewood Amphitheatre in Atlanta, GA, constituting a […]

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    Watch An Iconic Amy Winehouse Performance On The Anniversary Of Her Death

    Six years ago today, London Ambulance Service was called to rising star singer Amy Winehouse‘s Camden flat. Unfortunately, the medics were too late—Winehouse was found dead, having succumbed to her arduous battle with drug and alcohol abuse at just 27 years old. Though she released only two albums before her death—2003’s Frank and 2006’s Back To Black–her work on the two releases catapulted […]

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    Listen To The Grateful Dead & Bob Dylan Perform Three Sets Together, On This Day In 1987

    Back in 1987, Bob Dylan and The Grateful Dead teamed up for an unforgettable summer tour. Dylan had been coming off a series of unsuccessful releases, and first teamed up with Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers for a tour. Dylan and the Dead would perform in both 1986 and 1987, though the July 1987 series would ultimately make its way onto […]

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    The Party’s Just Begun: Phish Makes Their Mission Clear On Baker’s Dozen Night One At MSG

    Shake your coconuts, coco boys and coco girls–this party’s just begun! The moment is now, the day is here, and Phish‘s “Baker’s Dozen” residency at Madison Square Garden in New York City is finally, officially, underway. Earlier in the day, the band announced via their socials that they would be distributing donuts–real, edible, actual donuts–to their […]

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    Roger Waters Plays “The Wall” In The Shadows Of The Former Berlin Wall, On This Day In 1990 [Watch]

    27 years ago today, in celebration of the fall of one of history’s most infamous and symbolically ominous walls in human history, Roger Waters brought his own iconic Wall to Germany. The historic concert, staged on July 21, 1990 by the Pink Floyd bassist/composer, saw Waters perform the band’s classic 1979 double-album The Wall in its entirety, flanked by […]

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    Tedeschi Trucks Band, Hot Tuna, & The Wood Brothers Roll Through Indiana [Photos]

    Tedeschi Trucks Band brought their Wheels of Soul Tour to the Farm Bureau Insurance Lawn at White River State Park in Indiana, IN with Hot Tuna and The Wood Brothers for another night of synergetic musicianship across the board. The twelve-piece powerhouse delivered an outstanding mix of originals and covers, executing their authentic interpretations of songs old and new. The band’s […]

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    Celebrate Carlos Santana’s 70th Birthday With His Phil Lesh & Friends At LOCKN’ [Pro-Shot]

    Few lead guitarists have maintained such a loyal following as Carlos Santana. Through his countless lineup iterations and musical directions, Santana has always remained true to himself, and has catapulted a career full of great music and an incomparable guitar tone. Today marks the guitarist’s 70th birthday, and we wanted to celebrate the occasion with […]

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