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  • Category: Features

    Watch Leftover Salmon Cover The Dead, Dylan, Neil Young & More In Bloomington Barn Burner

    Leftover Salmon performed at The Bluebird in Bloomington, IN last Friday, February 3rd. They played the town for a variety of reasons, but the biggest was their desire to provide a welcome distraction to the IU students toiling away and facing the cold winter. To help make sure the night was as fun for them […]

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    Bob Dylan To Release Brand New Three-Disc Album In March [Listen]

    Today, legendary singer-songwriter and recent Nobel laureate Bob Dylan announced plans to release a new three-disc compilation album entitled Triplicate on March 31st via Columbia Records. The album will feature 30 brand-new recordings of songs by some of the most lauded and influential songwriters in American music history, split into three thematically-arranged 10-song sequences. Triplicate marks the first triple-length set […]

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    Greensky Bluegrass Covers Phish, Bob Dylan, Pink Floyd, And More In Boston [Videos/Setlist]

    Last night, jam-grass favorites Greensky Bluegrass continued their current winter tour with a stop at Boston’s House of Blues, in the shadows of the Boston Red Sox’s storied home field Fenway Park. After an opening set from Portland-based quintet Fruition, Greensky took the stage for an incredible performance featuring extended versions of fan favorites like “Can’t Stop Now,” “Lose My […]

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    Listen To Full Audio From Joe Russo’s Almost Dead’s Scorcher At The Music Farm

    Joe Russo’s Almost Dead just wrapped up an incredible four night stand through the Southeast, bringing their energetic take on the Grateful Dead’s music to stages in Tennessee, South Carolina and Florida. The second night of the run came on January 13th, when Almost Dead hit the Music Farm in Charleston, SC and delivered a […]

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    Celebrating Dave Matthews’ 50th Birthday With 10 Incredible Collaborations

    Happy 50th birthday to the beloved Dave Matthews! Ever since he started the Dave Matthews Band in 1991, the singer/songwriter has successfully navigated the waters of mainstream pop, soulful rock, and exploratory jamming with their one-of-a-kind sound. Born on January 9th, 1967 in Johannesburg, South Africa, Matthews formed the DMB in 1991 and has been […]

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    Bob Dylan & Leonard Cohen Are The Subjects Of A New Course At Cambridge University

    Did you know your love of Bob Dylan and Leonard Cohen was so academic? It turns out that a new course at Cambridge University examines the works of the two songwriters, studying their music, lyrics and poetry to better appreciate their contributions. After winning the Nobel Prize for Literature last year, Dylan’s work as a songwriter has taken on something […]

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    Chris Robinson Brotherhood Plays Full Sets Of Bob Dylan & Grateful Dead At Terrapin Crossroads

    Chris Robinson Brotherhood returned to the Bay Area for the first night of a two-night run at Terrapin Crossroads, ringing in the New Year at the acclaimed Phil Lesh-owned venue. In honor of the occasion, the CRB decided to treat fans to two sets filled with covers, including one set of Bob Dylan and one of the Grateful Dead! The first […]

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    25 Stand-Out Moments From Music Festivals That Took Place In 2016

    As we reach the end of 2016, we wanted to look back at some of this year’s highlights in music. Though the year was marked by the deaths of many famous musicians, there was much to celebrate in the world of music, and what better place to celebrate music than at a festival. So many […]

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    Yonder Mountain’s Adam Aijala On Rocking 2016 And His High Hopes For 2017

    Yonder Mountain String Band had a very busy 2016, packing concert halls and festival stages across the nation with their brand of jam flavored bluegrass. Since the very beginning, guitarist Adam Aijala has been there helping call the tune and picking up a storm on his six string. A study in dichotomy his usual on-stage […]

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    Patti Smith Explains Why Nerves Won In Her Bob Dylan Performance At The Nobel Prize Ceremony

    Last week, Patti Smith performed at the Nobel Prize Award Ceremony in Stockholm, Swede. She delivered a heartwarming performance of “A Hard Rain’s A-Gonna Fall” with accompaniment from an orchestra. While almost perfect, she did accidentally repeat a line of the song, forcing the entire orchestra to start the verse over after saying, “I apologize, I’m so nervous.” The audience, of course, […]

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