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    PREMIERE: Watch Little Silver’s New-Retro Music Video For “One Stepper” Off New Album

    Based in Brooklyn, Little Silver is a contemporary rock duo built around the ethereal vocals of husband and wife, Steve Curtis and Erika Simonian. With the addition of drummer Ray Rizzo and David Tarica on bass, Little Silver’s sound has fully come into its own. Underlying the group is a tendency toward thoughtfulness and simplicity, with many of its songs characterized by contemplative […]

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  • Category: Cool Ish

    Watch Eric Krasno, John Scofield, George Porter Jr., Cyril Neville, & More Jam In Brooklyn [Pro-Shot]

    On Sunday night, September 24th, decorated guitarist Eric Krasno (Soulive, Lettuce, Eric Krasno Band) closed out the two-day musical marathon of Brooklyn Comes Alive with an unforgettable, star-studded Eric Krasno & Friends session at Brooklyn Bowl. Kraz reconvened his long-dormant former group, Chapter 2–comprised of himself, Nigel Hall (Lettuce), Louis Cato (Stay Human), and Chris Loftlin (Brian McKnight)–as the “house band” for the performance, and […]

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    EXCLUSIVE: Kung Fu’s Hammond Wizard Beau Sasser Talks moe., Grateful Dead, & More

    Fresh off a West Coast tour with Kung Fu, keyboardist Beau Sasser took some time during break to sit down with Live For Live Music. During our conversation, Sasser talked about his past and his future, which includes joining moe. for their comeback show. A wizard on the Hammond, Sasser is involved with several projects, […]

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    EXCLUSIVE: Brazilian Girls’ Aaron Johnston Talks New Collabs With SCI, Lettuce, & Big G Members

    Recently, Live For Live Music had the chance to speak with Brazilian Girls drummer Aaron Johnston, who has been keeping himself busy with a number of projects as of late. Johnston has been busy putting the final touches on a new Brazilian Girls record, producing an album for NYC-based soul-folk artist KJ Denhert, and putting […]

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    EXCLUSIVE: DSO’s Rob Barraco Talks Phil Lesh, New Projects, & Keeping The Dead Alive

    No keyboardist in the world has performed more Grateful Dead music than Dark Star Orchestra’s Rob Barraco. Ron “Pigpen” McKernan turned on the love light as the heroic original leader of the band when the Acid Tests were frequent and free. His unfortunate passing at the milestone rock star age of 27 spawned a keyboardist […]

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    Watch JJ Grey Bare Heart & Soul At Big Orange Festival 2017

    Southern rock and soul mavens JJ Grey and Mofro closed out the Hurricane Irene-delayed Big Orange Music Festival the weekend before Thanksgiving with a resounding set of good times and smooth charms. Grey has always been a storyteller, and he was in fine form throughout the ninety-minute headlining set. Backed by the nearly orchestral sounds of […]

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  • Category: Bluegrass

    Keller Williams Gets Holidazed & Amused In Exclusive Interview [Watch]

    Keller Williams is proud of his place as the whimsical jester of the jam band scene.  There is no musician more versatile than Williams, who is able to change genres as easily as most of us change shirts.Whether he is getting funky with his More Than A Little outfit, taking fans to church with his […]

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    EXCLUSIVE: Ex-Grateful Dead Tour Manager, Sam Cutler, On Jerry Garcia, Altamont, & Dangers Of Fame

    Sam Cutler is best known as the former tour manager of The Grateful Dead and The Rolling Stones. The outspoken music industry insider has earned a reputation for speaking his mind and takes a candid approach to discussing his history within the music industry. Recently, Cutler spoke with Live For Live Music from the bus he lives in Australia—having […]

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    INTERVIEW: Kamasi Washington On Truth, His New EP, Working With Jam Bands & Hip-Hop Stars

    Kamasi Washington‘s latest EP, Harmony of Difference, wasn’t conceived as an album at all. It was created as the audio portion of a multi-media exhibit at New York’s vaunted Whitney Museum as part of their long-running and highly-regarded biennial survey of American art. “Normally when I write, the music comes first, and then I basically try to figure […]

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    Watch The Nth Power Lay Out Deep Grooves & Pay Tribute To Bob Marley At Hulaween

    The Nth Power embraced the many facets of their funky blend of soul, rock, groove, and even reggae at the Hulaween Music Festival. Whether rocking the Thursday pre-party with pointed political messages (“Fuck Trump” said guitarist Nick Cassarino as an introduction for the song “Truth”) or their loving tribute to Bob Marley on day two featuring […]

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