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  • Category: Features

    Presenting Your 2017 Electric Forest Festy Awards

    Electric Forest boasts one of the most diverse festival lineups around, perfecting the Venn diagram model of bringing together the best in jam, electronic, funk, crossover acts, and everything in between. Beyond the music, Sherwood Forest is filled with all sorts of magical, bizarre, and unique musical experiences that one would never find anywhere else. With a […]

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    Tom Petty, The Meters, The Revivalists, And More Rock Arroyo Seco Weekend [Photos]

    The inaugural Arroyo Seco Weekend wrapped up on Sunday. Concert promotion giant Goldenvoice —  the same team that produces Coachella, Panorama, Hangout, and Firefly — followed a similar recipe to last year’s Desert Trip (Oldchella), ultimately catering the festival to music fans with money to spend on more luxurious concert experiences. The Pasadena, California, event took over the Brookside Golf Course at the […]

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  • Category: Reviews

    A Few Highlights From The 44th Annual Telluride Bluegrass Festival [Photos/Videos/Full Audio]

    Last weekend, bluegrass fans and musicians alike flocked to The 44th Annual Telluride Bluegrass Festival, the annual bluegrass gathering nestled in the San Juan Mountains of Colorado. The festival saw virtuosic super-pickers and all-star collaborations grace its stage, putting on masterful performances across its four days. With dozens of sets in one of the most scenic locales […]

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  • Category: News

    Oteil Burbridge Leads Dead & Co Debut Of A Garcia/Hunter Classic In NYC [Audio/Photos/Videos]

    On Saturday night, as Dead & Company begins to round third base and move into the home stretch of their second-ever summer tour, the band made their eagerly awaited return to New York’s Citi Field. The latter-day Dead incarnation had made their two-night debut at the thoroughly modernized home of the New York Mets nearly one year ago to the day, and once […]

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    Firefly Music Festival Returned To The Woodlands Over The Weekend [Photos]

    Over the weekend, Firefly Music Festival returned to The Woodlands, bringing over 140 bands to its nine stages. Firefly sported a diverse range of acts over its four days, tapping The Weeknd, Muse, Twenty One Pilots, Chance the Rapper, Bob Dylan, Flume, Weezer, The Shins, and more to top its massive lineup. Luckily, photographer Sean DiSerio was on site to capture some of the action […]

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    Ryan Adams And The Unknown Band Let It Ride During A Surprise Show In Boulder [Photos]

    Fans in Boulder, Colorado were lucky enough to catch Ryan Adams and The Unknown Band last night for an intimate surprise show at the Fox Theatre — a sold-out performance that was only announced last week. Last night’s show comes before Adams graces Red Rocks Amphitheatre’s majestic stage tonight with support from Nicki Bluhm and The Infamous Stringdusters. […]

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    A Few Of Our Favorite Collaborations From Monterey Pop 50

    Over the weekend, Monterey International Pop Festival celebrated its 50th anniversary, returning to the same fairgrounds and falling on the same dates of the first festival exactly fifty years later. The first Monterey International Pop Festival in 1967 was an iconic event with widespread cultural impact, renowned for the legendary musical performances — including sets by the Grateful Dead, The Jimi Hendrix […]

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    Lyle Divinsky’s Soul Survivors Debut In Denver With Members Of The Motet, Lettuce, And More [Videos]

    On Thursday evening, Lyle Divinsky brought his latest solo project, Lyle Divinsky’s Soul Survivors, to Cervantes’ Other Side in Denver, marking the first time The Motet vocalist has performed a show dedicated to his own originals in Colorado. Divinsky tapped Lettuce’s Adam Deitch (Drums) and Adam Smirnoff (Guitar) along with Mingo Fishtrap’s Dane Farnsworth (Keys) and Kyle Hollingworth Band’s Paul McDaniel (Bass) to round out the lineup for his […]

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    Soulive Goes Southern With Marcus King And George Porter Jr. At Bowlive Night 7 [Photos/Videos]

    Last night, Soulive continued their “Bowlive” residency with help from young guitar master Marcus King, NOLA royalty George Porter Jr. of The Meters, and Lettuce’s Shady Horns (Eric “Benny” Bloom and Ryan Zoidis) for the penultimate night of the 8-show run at Brooklyn Bowl. Once again, Eric Krasno, Neal Evans, and Alan Evans showed why they are one of the most highly sought-after live acts around, […]

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    Hayley Jane Took “Artist-At-Large” To New Levels At Disc Jam Music Festival

    Hayley Jane is one of the most vibrant and energetic performers in the music scene today. Her voice blends rich tones comparable to Feist with powerful projection in the vein of Janis Joplin. When she takes the stage, she heightens the energy of each performance with her soulful dancing and playful interaction with the audience […]

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