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  • Category: Exclusives

    Watch Turkuaz Bring The Funk To Music City With These New Videos

    Turkuaz has been bringing the heat and the funk to a chilly Southeast, and their stop in Nashville’s Exit/In last Friday was no exception. They followed a stop in Atlanta on Thursday with a barnburner of a show in Nashville. Though their opening act had to cancel their short run, the color-coded funksters were more than […]

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  • Category: Features

    Dopapod Brings The Funk To Fayetteville [Photos]

    On December 5th, Dopapod continued their extensive tour in support of their recent sixth studio album, MEGAGEM, with a concert at Fayettesville’s George’s Majestic Lounge. The show opened up with an energetic “Vol. 3 #86” that got the crowd moving. Almost halfway through the close-to-nonstop first set, the crowd really started filling in and flowing more freely as “Trickery” went into “Sleeping Giant”. After […]

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  • Category: Features

    Remembering Ravi Shankar With His Landmark Monterey Pop Festival Performance

    Sitar virtuoso. Spiritual guide. Political leader. Humanitarian. Cultural Icon. There is no shortage of ways to describe influential Indian musician Ravi Shankar. Shankar’s musical diplomacy helped bring Eastern music and ideology to mainstream Western culture, mentoring high profile artists like George Harrison of The Beatles. Shankar’s influence led to Indian instruments and musical styles permeating popular music throughout the 1960’s, as he toured the […]

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  • Category: Features

    Celebrate Widespread Panic Bassist Dave Schools’ Birthday With This Pair Of Memorable Performances

    Today, luscious-locked Widespread Panic bassist Dave Schools turns 53 years old. Schools’ sound and approach to the bass guitar defy the conventional role of his instrument in rock bands. With Panic, Schools plays a six-string Modulus Quantum bass that affords him a wide range of notes that are even further enhanced by an envelope filter and octave pedal.  Schools’ playing goes beyond the established rhythm […]

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  • Category: Bluegrass

    Del McCoury Keeps It All In The Family For Fall Tour Closer In Denver

    On Friday, December 8th, The Del McCoury Band kicked off their tour-closing two-night run at Denver’s Cervantes’ Masterpiece Ballroom. The energy in the room was especially amplified considering this tour marked Del’s longest in almost twenty years. Local act Meadow Mountain kicked off the night with rowdy boot-stomping originals played with the traditional bluegrass lineup […]

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  • Category: Features

    Warren Haynes’ 29th Annual Christmas Jam Sees Collabs With Trey Anastasio, Ann Wilson, Avett Bros., & More [Videos]

    Warren Haynes truly is one of the good guys in the music industry. His 29th annual Christmas Jam with its star-studded lineup blew the roof off Asheville, North Carolina’s U.S. Cellular Center on Saturday, December 9, 2017, despite the snowstorm that transformed the city into a treacherous yet beautiful winter wonderland. The inclement weather, unfortunately, forced […]

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  • Category: Features

    Watch Phish Play The Incredible 30+ Minute Albany ‘YEM’, On This Day In 1995 [Video]

    One of Phish’s foremost jam vehicles over the years, “You Enjoy Myself” has long contained some of the strangest and most entertaining sections of music the band has ever played. Bordering on the absurd and genius, “YEM” has become a delicacy for Phans. Like a fine wine, it only bets better with age. Such is the […]

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  • Category: Audio

    Eric Krasno Rips “Watchtower” With DMB After Soulive Opens At MSG, On This Day In ’05 [Audio/Video]

    On this day, back in 2005, Soulive performed at Madison Square Garden in support of the Dave Matthews Band. Eric Krasno, Neal Evans, and Alan Evans were no strangers to the gentlemen of DMB, as they had supported them many times in the past. However, this particular show was a proper New York throw down. […]

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  • Category: Features

    PHOTOS: Turkuaz At Terminal West In Atlanta, GA 12/7/17

    On Thursday, December 7th, Turkuaz made a stop at Terminal West in Atlanta, GA for a two-set “evening with” show as part of their ongoing Fall tour. Drawing from the conventions that have ignited their existence and using that spark to forge its own sword, Turkuaz is a band that will make anyone move to their […]

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  • Category: Electronic

    PREMIERE: Modern Measure Honors Atlanta In New Music Video For “Family System”

    Modern Measure is an innovative Atlanta-born electronic project composed of Kyle Holly (music production, live drums) and Charlie Thornton (music production, live sampling, bass guitar, alto sax). Since the project’s inception in 2013, the duo has quickly gained fame in the electronic dance scene and beyond for their inventive compositions and vibrant hybrid performances, which expertly fuse live instrumentation […]

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