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  • Category: Features

    Enjoy The Grateful Dead’s 32-Minute “The Other One” From This Day In 1972

    1972 was a banner year for the Grateful Dead, as the band was at the peak of their ability to combine psychedelic jamming with legitimate and impressive songwriting. The shows they were playing throughout that whole year were truly remarkable, including the set from the Baltimore Civic Center on this day 44 years ago. The whole show rips from […]

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    Listen To Dave Brubeck Smoke “Blue Rondo” In 1963 Carnegie Hall Show

    Before there was Jam, there was bebop. The style took form in a post WWII progressive jazz scene that begat bebop; a free form jazz movement that pushed boundaries with long improvisational jamming. From 1945 to the late 1950’s, big bands downsized into small combos, taking the best of swing and growing it into bebop. […]

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    Eric Krasno Band Welcomes All Of The London Souls At Night Lights Fest [Watch]

    Last weekend, some funky bands descended on the Night Lights Music Festival in Sherman, NY. The festival included performances from The London Souls and Eric Krasno Band, keeping the grooves flowing for a great musical celebration. As Krasno was involved with producing The London Souls’ new album, the guitarist called on his musical friends to accompany him for a funk-filled encore. […]

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    Watch Carlos Santana Join Buddy Guy For Legendary Guitar Duel In San Francisco

    The word legend comes to mind when describing either Carlos Santana or Buddy Guy. It’s a fair use of the word for these two musicians, who together have over 100 years experience in the music business. When the two came together last night at The Masonic Temple in San Francisco, CA, the reverence in the […]

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    Widespread Panic Shares Pro-Shot Footage Of Tedeschi Trucks Collaboration [Watch]

    Back in April, the Southern rock gems known as Widespread Panic and Tedeschi Trucks Band joined forces for an incredible performance in Birmingham, AL. The highlight of the show was surely the finale, when Susan Tedeschi, Derek Trucks, Alecia Chakour and Mark Rivers from the TTB all joined Widespread Panic for a sultry rendition of […]

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    Sweetwater Music Hall To Host ‘Jerry Day’ Tribute To Jerry Garcia

    The first week of August is always a special time for fans of Jerry Garcia. The famed Grateful Dead guitarist was born on August 1st, 1942 and passed away on August 9th, 1995 – creating a “Jerry Week” celebration for all who want to honor Garcia’s legacy. Of course, there’s no better way to honor […]

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    Listen To Phish Jam With Derek Trucks, On This Day In 1999

    Without a doubt, two of the best guitarists in the business are Derek Trucks and Trey Anastasio. While their paths have crossed on a handful of occasions (including a JAMMY Award performance pictured above), Trucks has only made one appearance ever with Phish proper. On July 7th, 1999, Phish hit the Blockbuster Pavilion in Charlotte, […]

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    Philly Funk Band Swift Technique Makes Appearance In Orange Is The New Black Finale

    Fans everywhere have been excited to binge watch the new season of Orange Is The New Black, which was released by Netflix on Friday, June 17th. We were delighted to learn that one of our favorite Philly bands, Swift Technique, was featured in the final episode of this season. The group answered a casting call with a YouTube […]

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    Watch moe. Jam Hard On David Bowie Cover During Five-Song Second Set

    Last night, moe. hit the beautiful Thompson’s Point in Portland, ME, continuing a three-night run in the New England state with their potent jamming grooves. The night opened with a great set from The Wood Brothers, getting things ready for some serious jam rock from moe. The group opened up with “Okayalright,” treating fans to a number of their prized […]

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    Watch John Lennon And Frank Zappa Jam At The Fillmore East, 45 Years Ago Today

    On June 6th, 1971, an unlikely meeting between two musical legends occurred at the historic Fillmore East in New York, NY, as Frank Zappa and John Lennon shared the stage. Just a short while after The Beatles’ reign had ended, Lennon continued to perform with his Plastic Ono Band. Meanwhile, Zappa was just making a name for himself with his off-the-wall style and sharp wit. […]

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