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  • Category: Features

    Rebelution Talks Jamaican Inspiration, Humility, and How to Cure the Munchies

    We sat down with reggae roots band Rebelution before their show at the Gramercy Theatre in New York City earlier this week, June 7th, to discuss their newest album Falling Into Place and supporting summer tour. Known for their positivity-soaked lyrics and beautiful bass-lead melodies, this Santa Barbara-based group consists of Eric Rachmany (guitar, vocals), […]

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    Camp Springer Music & Arts Festival Announces Initial Phase of 2016 Lineup

    Camp Springer Music & Arts Festival announced the first phase of their 2016 lineup yesterday, and it sounds like the makings of an incredible weekend! The festival, set to take place at Stable Gate Barn & Vineyard in Castleton-on-Hudson, New York on the weekend of July 29-31 will feature headlining performances by Start Making Sense, the talented Talking Heads tribute band […]

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    New York State Forces Brokers To Pay Millions For Illegal Ticket Bot Scalping

    Details surrounding the New York Attorney General’s office investigation into the ever-increasing problem of the online ticket scalping market have emerged. A 41-page report details the legal and illegal ways that these brokers are engaging in the selling of tickets to concerts, sporting events, Broadway plays, and even the recent trip to New York by […]

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    Ween Plays The Classics For Night Two Of New York City Run [Watch]

    Ween continued their conquest of New York last night, playing their second of three sold-out shows at the Terminal 5 venue in New York, NY. The group carried on with their trend of monster-sized setlists, playing a total of 33 songs throughout the night. When the band brought out with “Transdermal Celebration” to start the show, fans knew they were […]

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    moe. Extends Summer Tour With Two-Night Run In Upstate NY

    Jammers moe. continue to announce performance runs for their show calendar. With the previous announcement detailing a three-night stand in Portland, ME, the band has tacked on two more dates in Utica, NY for the end of July. From July 29-30, the jam group will perform at the Saranac Brewery, with special guest support from […]

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    Galactic Plots Summer Tour With Run Of Shows In Northeast

    Just a couple days after impressing NYC fans with a throwdown at Terminal 5, New Orleans funkers extraordinaire Galactic have announced their return to the Big Apple. The band has revealed four dates from what is sure to be a big summer tour, including two nights in Brooklyn, NY and two nights in Nantucket, MA. […]

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    New York City, I’m Coming Home Again: A moe. Gallery

    Last weekend, the jam band moe. spent three glorious nights in the Big Apple. Starting off at the intimate Stage 48 before moving to the larger PlayStation Theater, this is a band that is playing in their prime. Between the Star Wars-inspired musicians, the guest stars, and just the band doing what they do best, it’s truly a treat to be […]

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    Video Of moe.’s First Performance Of Steely Dan’s ‘Bodhisattva’ Since 2003 Has Surfaced

    moe. came to New York, NY this past weekend, playing three nights at the Big Apple with shows at Stage 48 and the PlayStation Theater. Among hte many highlights from the three days of music were two major bust-out classic rock covers, including a version of Neil Young’s “Down By The River” for the first time since 2002, as well as Steely […]

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    Warren Haynes Extends Jerry Garcia Symphonic Tour With NYC, NJ Dates

    It’s almost unfathomable how many large-scale projects Warren Haynes is working on. Between his role leading the Ashes & Dust Band and his work with Gov’t Mule, it would seem unlikely that Haynes has time for much else. That is, except the Jerry Garcia Symphonic Celebrations. With a handful of dates already on the schedule, […]

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    Twiddle Announces Debut Headlining Performance At The Capitol Theatre With TAUK

    Vermont jam band Twiddle is moving up in the world, so to speak. After an impressive sell out at New York City’s Irving Plaza over the weekend, which featured the debut of a new fan-inspired song, “Collective Pulse,” and a sit-in by 12-year-old guitar prodigy Brandon “Taz” Niederauer, the band has announced that it will […]

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