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    Joe Russo’s Almost Dead Releases Soundboard From Their 100th Show With Their First Original Debut

    For their thirty-seventh edition of Taper Tuesdays (technically a Wednesday edition), Joe Russo’s Almost Dead has released the full audio to their performance at the Brooklyn Bowl on March 9th of this year, as part of their six-night residency across two weekends at the New York venue. Their March 9th show marked the 100th show for the Grateful Dead tribute project […]

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    Interviews With Bluegrass’ Baddest Players To Appear In New Book “If You Can’t Play, Get Off The Stage”

    Diving into the rich, vibrant and controversial history of bluegrass music, If You Can’t Play, Get Off the Stage: Bluegrass in Western North Carolina and Beyond is the debut work from Garret K. Woodward, arts/entertainment editor for The Smoky Mountain News. The book features interviews, profiles, quotes and conversations with the biggest names in bluegrass, […]

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    Jazz is PHSH & The James Brown Dance Party To Take Over Garcia’s At The Cap Next Week

    Next week’s scheduled Jazz is PHSH and The James Brown Dance Party on June 3rd is moving to Garcia’s at The Cap. Brothers Adam and Matthew Chase (Jazz is PHSH) have recruited Eric Bloom (Lettuce, The Shady Horns), Carl Gerhard (Giant Country Horns), Felix Pastorius (Cindy Blackman, The Mu’tet), Josh Thomas (With Lions), Adam Dotson (Rubblebucket, Slavic Soul […]

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    Railroad Earth’s Hangtown Music Festival Announces Initial Lineup

    Hangtown Music Festival in Placerville, California, will return this year for its seventh year. The late-season festival will fall from October 26th through 29th as a lead-up to Halloween. Today, the 7th Annual Hangtown Music Festival released its initial lineup for this year, and it’s shaping up to be one of the best yet. Host band Railroad […]

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    Charles Bradley Returns With Extensive Summer Tour Plans After 2016 Cancer Diagnosis

    Last summer, after touring through Europe and playing a handful of high-profile domestic festival dates, Charles Bradley, the “Screaming Eagle of Soul,” was forced to cancel upcoming tour dates due to “serious illness.” Later in the year, it was revealed that Bradley had been diagnosed with stomach cancer. Subsequent dates were eventually scheduled, but those too […]

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    BoomBox To Play Dead & Company Late-Night In Boulder

    If you are looking for some laid back disco house and vintage psychedelic grooves after your Dead & Company experience at Folsom Field on Saturday, June 10th, BoomBox is ready to fill that need and desire at The Boulder Theater for a special late-night performance. BoomBox 2.0 has found new life with the addition of DJ Harry, […]

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    Al Franken Talks The Grateful Dead In New ‘Long Strange Trip’ Clip

    We’ve all been anxious to check out the new Grateful Dead documentary, Long Strange Trip, directed by Amir Bar-Lev and executive produced by Martin Scorsese when it comes to homes across the United States on June 2nd via Amazon Prime Video. However, if you’re anything like us, you might be getting impatient. Luckily, a string of theater showings ahead of Long Strange Trip’s Amazon release […]

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    GRiZ Announces Two-Night GRiZMAS In July Event In North Carolina

    The future-funk producer and saxophonist, GRiZ (aka Grant Kwiecinski), has a new event in the works for late July. The event dubbed GRiZMAS In July will bring the artist, along with The Russ Liquid Test, Flamingosis, and IHF to Wilmington, North Carolina’s Greenfield Lake Amphitheatre for two nights across July 21st and 22nd. In keeping with the theme of the event, GRiZ said […]

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    How to Not Be In a Band Anymore

    In this latest guest post, Colorado-based saxophonist Nicholas Gerlach offers his personal insight into how to successfully not be in a band. Gerlach was formerly a member of Turbo Suit (formerly known as Cosby Sweater) before the group’s disbanding last June. This most recent post is a follow-up to “The Six Rules All Musicians Must Follow When […]

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    Chuck Berry Posthumously Releases “Lady B. Goode,” Spiritual Follow-Up For “Johnny B. Goode”

    Following the death of the rock icon Chuck Berry earlier this year, Berry’s family has slowly been releasing new music from the upcoming CHUCK album – due out June 9, 2017. CHUCK includes recordings from 1991 through 2014 and will mark the first release of new material since Berry’s 1979 Rock It , making it the first solo album Berry had worked on in over 38 […]

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