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    Phish Welcomes Merl Saunders & Buddy Miles For “Watchtower” Jam At MSG, On This Day In 1996

    Despite the fact that Phish‘s two-night stand at Madison Square Garden in 1996 was not a New Year’s run, Trey, Mike, Fish, and Page were not content to let an MSG run pass by without the proper pomp and circumstance. That mindset led to the band’s truly memorable performance on 10/22/96, featuring a pair of music […]

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    Bob Dylan Honors Fallen Friend Tom Petty With “Learning To Fly” Cover In CO [Watch]

    On the day of Tom Petty‘s death earlier this month, fellow music and cultural icon Bob Dylan issued a comment to Rolling Stone: “It’s shocking, crushing news. I thought the world of Tom. He was a great performer, full of the light, a friend, and I’ll never forget him.” Though short and sweet, it was more of a […]

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    Umphrey’s McGee Plays Nostalgic VIP Pre-Show, Covers Radiohead In Capitol Theatre Finale [Video]

    Last night, Umphrey’s McGee played their second show in as many nights at The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, NY. Following a top-notch opening night that included a tribute to the late Tom Petty and a 200+ show bust-out of Toto‘s “Africa.” The show marked the midpoint of UM’s three-night weekend run in the New York City area. Umphrey’s McGee Honors Tom Petty, […]

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    Pearl Jam Plays 1st-Ever Show, Billed As ‘Mookie Blaylock’, On This Day In 1990 [Full Video]

    Today, Pearl Jam is one of the most notable and beloved live bands in the world. Over more than 25 years of relentless touring and prolific studio output, the band has earned themselves a die-hard worldwide following. The most impassioned Pearl Jam fans know that the essence of the band can only truly be gleaned from their […]

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    Heavy Metal Blogger Interviews Phish Fans At MSG During Baker’s Dozen, Results Are Priceless [Watch]

    When Phish took over Madison Square Garden for 13 shows over a 17 night stretch, the area surrounding the famous Manhattan arena morphed into quite the interesting scene. The usual fray of Penn Station, one of the biggest commuter hubs in one of the biggest commuter cities in the world, mixed with the everyday buzz of midtown Manhattan, […]

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    Watch Lotus Tear Through “Drunken Giraffe” In This Pro-Shot Boulder Recap

    In mid-September, Lotus returned to the Centennial State for a two-night run along the Colorado Front Range. On Friday, September 15th, the band hit the Boulder Theater in Boulder, Colorado, for a special show chock full of throwbacks ahead of their headlining performance at the iconic Red Rocks Amphitheater the next night on Saturday, September 16th. Lotus Throws It Back In […]

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    Watch This Transcendent Jam From An STS9 Soundcheck

    STS9 just wrapped up their Enceladus tour, rounding out an extensive tour in celebration of their 20th year as a band. Earlier in the week, the band shared a behind-the-scenes video of one of their soundchecks to promote their “Supernova” soundchecks, part of the band’s VIP packages in which they welcome a small group of fans […]

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    Primus Road Tests New Album, Live Debuts 6 Songs For Fall Tour Opener [Video]

    Primus is back on the road at long last, with the trio’s performance at Sunken Gardens Theater in San Antonio, Texas, opening their fall tour in promotion of their new album, The Desaturating Seven. During the first set of Friday’s performance, the group worked through a number of fan-favorites from across their catalog, with numbers like “My Name Is […]

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    Watch Phil Lesh & Warren Haynes’ Masterful “New Minglewood Blues” At LOCKN’ [Pro-Shot]

    Back in August, Grateful Dead bassist Phil Lesh returned to LOCKN’ Festival in Arrington, Virginia. Despite the festival’s somewhat short, five-year history, Lesh has consistently been a repeat offender at the music and camping event, formerly performing with Furthur, a number of different Phil Lesh & Friends lineups, and more throughout the years. For one of his first appearances at LOCKN’, on Friday, August 25th, […]

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    Widespread Panic Debuts Petty Tune, Shows Gratitude In Milwaukee [Photo/Video]

    With a tour schedule much less demanding than in past years, every Widespread Panic show counts. After having played some great shows in St. Augustine, Florida, despite the hurricane damage and destruction in the area, last night, Widespread Panic brought their signature show experience to the Riverside Theater in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, for the first of three […]

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