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  • 21 Questions with Natalie Druce

    Photo by Amanda Sandwicch. Written by Elise Olmstead The Papatacos queen herself, Natalie Druce, is the perfect example of how a single human being can create a movement with their personality–a shining example of empathy, love, and enthusiasm for the world around us.  Sometimes that’s all it takes to spark that passion deep within us. The post 21 Questions with Natalie Druce appeared first on The...

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  • Album Review: Tim Vitullo, Josephine & Assorted Train Songs

      Tim Vitullo Josephine & Assorted Train Songs Written by Taco Olmstead There was a time when pop sensibilities, good music and songwriting merged together, that time was the larger part of the decade known as the Seventies! While the following decades have occasionally alluded to this chemistry, the recipe has for the most part The post Album Review: Tim Vitullo, Josephine & Assorted Train Songs ...

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  • MerleFest 2017 Saturday Late Night Plans Announced

      MerleFest announces Saturday late night entertainment plans Mipso and The Bluegrass Situation to host Midnight Jam Front Country to host Saturday Night Dance   WILKESBORO, N.C. (March 21, 2017) – America’s top roots music festival MerleFest, presented by Window World and slated for April 27-30, 2017, is pleased to announce the return of two The post MerleFest 2017 Saturday Late Night Plans Annou...

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  • Stay In Shape This Summer (No Gym Required!)

    As Earth hurdles through space, its axis enables the seasons to change between hot and cold, as shared by the northern and southern hemispheres. It is now our turn for warm weather, and we at the Jamwich are beside ourselves with excitement. We are on the precipice of what humans call summertime; sweet, glorious summertime. The post Stay In Shape This Summer (No Gym Required!) appeared first on Th...

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  • Alchemy Rising To Be Held May 12 – 14, 2017 in Medina, OH

    Inspired by a successful inaugural year, the Alchemy Rising Music and Arts Festival kicks off May 12th, 2017 in Medina, Ohio. In the planning stages for over a year, festival staff has curated a fantastic mix of nationally touring acts, supplemented with the best music the local and regional scene has to offer. Looping master The post Alchemy Rising To Be Held May 12 – 14, 2017 in Medina, OH appea...

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  • Album Review: Primate Fiasco, Massachussetts Winter

    Primate Fiasco, Massachusetts Winter Written by Randy Harris The Primate Fiasco, in and of itself, is a bold musical experiment. The band is composed of an interesting instrumentation, featuring sousaphone, accordion, banjo and drums. On top of that, these instruments are each used in a manner that is not generally heard. The sousaphone takes over The post Album Review: Primate Fiasco, Massachusse...

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  • Who is Space Cheetah?

    Written by Amanda DiBiaso If you’ve been to music festivals/shows in the Midwest (and beyond) there is a good chance you’ve seen them…the little “Space Cheetah Approved” stickers, which have been spotted on people and things in a variety of places over the years, begging the question, who is this Space Cheetah? Well, I recently The post Who is Space Cheetah? appeared first on The Jamwich.

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  • Preview: Euphoria Festival April 7-10, Austin, TX

    Written by Rachel Bessman The much anticipated Euphoria Festival is returning for its sixth year in Austin, TX., and we can’t wait for it’s arrival. Held on the beautiful banks of the Colorado river in Carson Creek, April 7-10, Euphoria is truly a festival like none other. Not only does Euphoria offer a killer lineup The post Preview: Euphoria Festival April 7-10, Austin, TX appeared first on The ...

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  • Interview: Tim Carbone of The Contribution

      When The Contribution first announced they were getting together back in 2010, they made quite the splash in the music world. Combining musicians from Railroad Earth, New Monsoon and The String Cheese Incident, The Contribution created a style of music that was perfect for them. The first album Which Way World was such a The post Interview: Tim Carbone of The Contribution appeared first on The J...

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  • Initial Lineup Announced for Front Porch Fest 2017

    Stuart, VA – Calling all music lovers, the front porch of the Blue Ridge Mountains in beautiful Patrick County, Virginia will come alive once again this Labor Day weekend. Front Porch Fest is stoked to drop the 2017 initial line up to perform at Spirithaven Farm in Stuart, VA. In its ninth year, Front Porch The post Initial Lineup Announced for Front Porch Fest 2017 appeared first on The Jamwich.

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  • Album Review: Lord Electro, Business

      Written by Lisa Koenigshofer   Power trio Lord Electro polishes their primarily improvisational electro-jam sound in their new multi-faceted album, Business.  Rooted in Albany, New York, the group has been both touring the Northeast and spending time in the studio since their self-titled album release in 2015.  The live electronica group is comprised of The post Album Review: Lord Electro, Busin...

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  • Show Review: Broccoli Samurai & ELM-Electric Love Machine at Blue Fox 3.11.17

    Written by Cecilia Leavitt Broccoli Samurai and ELM-Electric Love Machine at Blue Fox Billiard, Winchester, VA, March 11, 2017. We all piled into the dimly lit bar area, people shedding layers of outerwear to toss on the few wall mounted tables and make their way to congregate in front of the stage. Friends greeted one The post Show Review: Broccoli Samurai & ELM-Electric Love Machine at Blue Fox ...

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  • Full Lineup Announced for 9th Annual Rooster Walk Music & Arts Festival

    Martinsville, VA – Rooster Walk 9 announces final lineup today. Mandolin Orange, Pimps of Joytime, Mountain Heart and more than 20 other bands have been added, completing the Memorial Day weekend festival’s band lineup. Progressive stringband Greensky Bluegrass and legendary reunited reggae band The Wailers were announced in early January as overall headliners of the The post Full Lineup Announced...

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  • Artist Spotlight: Sweet Melis

    Written by Elise Olmstead   As a child I dreamt of landscapes made of quilts and cushions, a dream inspired by children’s books that I often read and my need to escape to a cozy place. The art by Melissa Leigh, or “Sweet Melis,” is a peek into swirling forests, soft-patterned hills and cartoon clouds, The post Artist Spotlight: Sweet Melis appeared first on The Jamwich.

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  • Recipe: Cauliflower Wings

    Written by Carly Shields Cauliflower Wings are gaining hype, as they should! This tasty snack is completely vegan but will please vegetarians and omnivores as well. It’s a staple in the Jamwich household. Don’t forget the vegan ranch! Make your own with the recipe below, or use a brand like Daiya or Follow Your Heart. The post Recipe: Cauliflower Wings appeared first on The Jamwich.

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  • Album Review: Jimkata, In Motion

      JIMKATA: In Motion   By Abigail Gomez     I heard Jimkata for the first time at Aura Music and Arts Festival last winter in northern Florida.  Their sound is magnetic, and I couldn’t stop dancing until they had finished their set.  They are masterful entertainers, giving the crowd an emotionally engaging auditory and The post Album Review: Jimkata, In Motion appeared first on The Jamwich.

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  • Crystal Clear: Obsidian

    If you’ve ever held a black glassy arrowhead, you’ve held obsidian. Before it was expertly shaped into a sharp point, obsidian was formed through a complex and rare earth process involving lava and lack of crystallization. Obsidian comes in many forms most often seen in black and can come in sharper raw chunks or smoothed The post Crystal Clear: Obsidian appeared first on The Jamwich.

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  • Element Music Festival Announces SCI, The Return of Garaj Mahal & More – August 3 – 6, 2017 (British Columbia)

    Imagine a place where the mountains meet the sky. Imagine valleys, forests & untamed wilderness for as far as the eye can see. Imagine endless trails for hiking & mountain biking. Imagine a crisp, clear alpine lake to cool down in during the day, and amazing live music to fill your soul all night long… The post Element Music Festival Announces SCI, The Return of Garaj Mahal & More – August 3 – 6, ...

  • Larry Keel Comes to Opera House Live in Shepherdstown, WV, March 18, 2017

    Larry Keel brings his incomparable show The Larry Keel Experience to the Opera House Live in Shepherdstown, WV on Saturday March 18th, 2017, following an exhilarating 2016 tour year. In 2016 the award-winning acoustic guitarist released his 15th album “Experienced”, and saw it climb to top 10 on the Americana Radio Chart and receive praise The post Larry Keel Comes to Opera House Live in Shepherds...

  • The Werk Out Music & Arts Festival Returns to Legend Valley August 3-5

      The 8th annual Werk Out Festival returns to Legend Valley in Thornville, Ohio hosted by Ohio’s own band, The Werks thewerkoutfestival.com  |  thewerksmusic.com   For the past 7 years, The Werks have put on The Werk Out Music & Arts Festival which has hosted some of the top names in the business.  The initial The post The Werk Out Music & Arts Festival Returns to Legend Valley August 3-5 appeared...

  • Your Summer Body is Made in Winter

    Place a hand on your chest. What do you feel? Hopefully, and I mean that, you feel your heart beating. Thumping along as it pushes oxygenated blood from your lungs to your brain, and taking the blood back to your lungs. It doesn’t just go to your brain, either. Muscles and other divinely-designed tools for The post Your Summer Body is Made in Winter appeared first on The Jamwich.

  • Festival Fashion Favorites

    Written by Amanda June Incredible line-ups are starting to drop all over the place this week, and the prospect of festival season is as delightful to my mind as an ice cold mimosa is to my lips. I don’t know about y’all, but my excitement is starting to get the best of me, and I’d The post Festival Fashion Favorites appeared first on The Jamwich.

  • Show Review: Big Something at Sycamore Deli 2.28.17

    Big Something’s Tumbleweed Tour kick-off at the Sycamore Deli Blacksburg VA February 28th, 2017 Written by Maria Ekaterina Photos by Roger Gupta If you missed Big Something at their Tumbleweed CD release shows at The Blind Tiger in Greensboro North Carolina or at the Sycamore Deli in Blacksburg Virginia, you will still have an opportunity The post Show Review: Big Something at Sycamore Deli 2.28.1...

  • Album Review: Agori Tribe – Rollercoaster Tragedies

    Album Review Agori Tribe – Rollercoaster Tragedies Written by Sam Stratton When listening to Agori Tribe, I’m reminded just how special instrumental music is. Because of the lack of vocals, the music (and the musicians) must always speak for itself. Fortunately on their most recent album, The Agori Tribe seem to be multi-lingual. Rollercoaster Tragedies The post Album Review: Agori Tribe – Rollerc...

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  • Album Review: Of Tomorrow – Of Tomorrow

    Of Tomorrow is a genre spanning collective of DC-area musicians that simply refuses to be pinned down. With elements of jazz, rock, reggae, hip hop, funk, and multiple subgenres included, the band provides itself a smorgasbord of influences and styles to infuse into a sound that is worthy of their futuristic namesake. The band recently The post Album Review: Of Tomorrow – Of Tomorrow appeared firs...

  • Editor’s Letter: Doing Your Best

    Written by Elise Olmstead When I was a kid, I was the teacher’s pet.  No matter what the subject, I would always try to have the best grade in class and would be embarrassed at any grade below an A, not to mention I cried if my name was written on the board.  As I The post Editor’s Letter: Doing Your Best appeared first on The Jamwich.

  • Exclusive Interview with ShwizZ

    Written by Carly Shields ShwizZ started out like many bands do, with high school dreams of playing arenas that turned into college tries at local shows, and eventually developed into a band of committed players hitting the road. Now, nine years into the gig, ShwizZ has activated their fanbase in their hometown of Nyack, NY The post Exclusive Interview with ShwizZ appeared first on The Jamwich.

  • Show Review: BIG Something 2.24.17 at The Blind Tiger in Greensboro, NC

    BIG SOMETHING – Tumbleweed CD release party 2.24.17 The Blind Tiger – Greensboro NC Written by Maria Ekaterina Photos by Roger Gupta Big Something has been a favorite of mine since their now manager, Brian Mccormick, first mentioned them to me and later on gifted me their Truth Serum album. I lived in Greensboro North The post Show Review: BIG Something 2.24.17 at The Blind Tiger in Greensboro, NC...

  • Mike Dillon & Spafford at Spirit in Pittsburgh — Review

    By Jocelyn Dietrich ‘Spirits’ were high as the sold-out venue gradually filled to capacity before the show even began. Pittsburgh had been buzzing about this particular night bringing Spafford and Mike Dillon to the area for many moons prior. Everyone came out of the woodwork to see what the hype was all about. The low The post Mike Dillon & Spafford at Spirit in Pittsburgh — Review appeared first...

  • Show Preview: Definition of One at Gypsy Sally’s, 3.18.17

    Written by Ciara Campbell Definition of One will be bringing their unique sound to Gypsy Sally’s in Washington, D.C. on March 18th. Founding member James Blake’s original goal of “enhancing the live experience”, combined with the psychedelic rock sounds of accompanying bands The Southern Belles and Telesma will surely make for an unforgettable evening. Definition The post Show Preview: Definition ...

  • Camping Breakfast Recipe

    Written by Sam Stratton For most of the summer of 2016, I was a very stubborn person in the way that I did not like to carry a cooler around. Having to worry about getting ice, and then keep it from melting during one of the hottest summers on record, was too much of a The post Camping Breakfast Recipe appeared first on The Jamwich.

  • Album Review: Jahman Brahman, Choose Your Channel

    Written by James Shartzer      Jahman Brahman, a five piece originally hailing from Columbus, Ohio and currently planting their roots down in Asheville, NC, has recently graced us with their newest album, Choose Your Channel. With Justin Brown & Casey Chanatry providing the guitars & vocals whilst Nate “Brother” Brown (Bass) & Chuck Knott (Drums) The post Album Review: Jahman Brahman, Choose Your ...

  • Railroad Earth @ 9:30 Club, Washington D.C. PREVIEW

    By Randy Harris Railroad Earth has always been a band that is difficult for me to describe with words. The sheer amount of talent within this group of musicians is simply amazing. The imagery, both lyrical and musical, is breathtaking, and every second of every song is laced with true passion and respect for the The post Railroad Earth @ 9:30 Club, Washington D.C. PREVIEW appeared first on The Jam...

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  • Album Review: West King String Band, Achin

    Album Review West King String Band, Achin Written by Clayton Silcox Listen to the album here! They have done it! The West King String Band has released a new album, Achin, which was dropped in August of last year. My goodness they have left us something good to chew. In what I would call a The post Album Review: West King String Band, Achin appeared first on The Jamwich.

  • Festival Camping Essentials – Tips and Tricks from The Jamwich

    Excited about this year’s festival season? We at The Jamwich certainly are! There is something blissfully unique about basking in the warm summer sun with the greatest people you’ve ever met, sipping on a mimosa whilst listening to the greatest music to ever grace your eardrums. In this moment it is easy for one to The post Festival Camping Essentials – Tips and Tricks from The Jamwich appeared fi...

  • Purple Hatter’s Ball Announces Phase 1 Lineup for Tenth Anniversary Celebration

    Purple Hat Productions has announced the phase 1 lineup for the tenth annual Purple Hatter’s Ball. Taking place at the beautiful Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park (SOSMP) in Live Oak, Florida June 2-4, 2017, the three-day music festival benefits The Rachel Morningstar Foundation (a nonprofit 501c3 organization) in honor of longtime SOSMP friend and The post Purple Hatter’s Ball Announces Phase 1 L...

  • Album Review: Solar Circuit, Levitate

    Album Review: Solar Circuit, Levitate Written by Stew Pitt. Solar Circuit’s four track EP Levitate induces immediate incurable foot tapping driven by Rob Fray’s steady beat entwined with bubbling bass notes from Taylor Jamison. The vibe of this Philly based five piece easily conjures images of lit hula hoops and furry hats, spinning and bouncing, The post Album Review: Solar Circuit, Levitate appe...

  • Exclusive Interview with Electric Love Machine

    There are some bands that we feel like we grow with over the years, that continue to evolve and impress us in new ways, always keeping that same fresh glimmer in our hearts as the first time we heard them. ELM, short for Electric Love Machine, is one of those bands that we’ve watched continue The post Exclusive Interview with Electric Love Machine appeared first on The Jamwich.

  • Artist Spotlight: Aaron Brooks

    Aaron Brooks interview 5/9/16 Written by Samuel Stratton No matter what industry we’re discussing, it’s a general consensus that it’s the fans and the consumers that make the scene in question what it is. But what about the artists and musicians themselves; the people who make these events so lively in the first place? Today The post Artist Spotlight: Aaron Brooks appeared first on The Jamwich.

  • Show Review: Circa Survive [1.27.17, Rams Head Live!]

    Circa Survive’s On Letting Go 10 year anniversary tour With special guests mewithoutYou, and Turnover January 27, 2017 Rams Head Live!  Baltimore, MD.   Circa Survive and their dedicated fans are celebrating the 10 year anniversary of the album On Letting Go. They are touring with some of their good friends mewithoutYou and Turnover and The post Show Review: Circa Survive [1.27.17, Rams Head Live!...

  • The Jamwich Presents The Mad Tea Party Jam Announces Initial Lineup

      The Jamwich presents The Mad Tea Party Jam Announces Initial Lineup June 15-18, 2017, Artemas, PA www.themadteapartyjam.com Appalachian Jamwich presents The Mad Tea Party Jam, taking place June 15-18, 2017, at Four Quarters Farm in Artemas, PA, has announced their initial lineup on February 14th, 2017.  The Valentine’s Day announcement is to symbolize the The post The Jamwich Presents The Mad Te...

  • Bella’s Bartok returns to Asheville at The One Stop on 3/23

    ASHEVILLE, NC: The Western Mass-based circus punk powerhouse Bella’s Bartok brings their uniquely danceable show back to The One Stop on March 23, 2017. The band has recently came out with an official music video for their song “The Fiddler and the Devil,” which showcases the insanity of their live experience. To understand Bella’s Bartok, The post Bella’s Bartok returns to Asheville at The One St...

  • 21 Questions With Larry Keel

    Written by Taco & Elise Olmstead. Larry Keel, flat-picking champion, is one of those characters that we can’t get enough of.  His shows get rowdy and weird, and all of his songs have a lot of heart.  The Larry Keel Experience will be at The Blue Side Tavern in Frederick, MD, this Friday February 17th, The post 21 Questions With Larry Keel appeared first on The Jamwich.

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  • Strange Machines and Escaper Rock DROM in NYC

    It’s Friday January 27th, 2017.. the street outside of New York City venue DROM is packed with bar hoppers and music lovers. Inside the bar is lined with friends and fans anxiously awaiting the opening set from Escaper. Will, the lead guitarist of Escaper, employs the famous ‘wait a bit longer’ technique to ensure all... Read more »

  • Jazz Is Phsh’s Debut Album “He Never Spoke A Word” Out March 3rd

    Debut Album, He Never Spoke A Word, Set For March 3rd Release   Pre-Album Release Performance at Brooklyn Bowl, February 16th               New York, NY – February 8, 2017 – Jazz Is PHSH have announced the release date of their debut album, He Never Spoke A Word, available on... Read more »

  • Preview: Suwannee Spring Reunion March 23-25, 2017

    Suwannee Spring Reunion Building a New Tradition with Old Friends By Ashley Feller Buy tickets now   Prepare yourselves for an unforgettable experience in one of the most beautiful places in America. With a new year it’s time for the birth of a brand new festival at the Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park in... Read more »

  • TOM PETTY AND THE HEARTBREAKERS ADD MORE DATES TO 40TH ANNIVERSARY TOUR

    (photo credit, Joel Bernstein) NEW DATES INCLUDE A SHOW AT SEATTLE’S SAFECO FIELD PLUS SECOND SHOWS IN BOSTON AND PHILADELPHIA TOM PETTY TO BE HONORED ON FRIDAY AS MUSICARES® PERSON OF THE YEAR TWO COMPANION VINYL BOX SETS FEATURING ENTIRE STUDIO ALBUM REPERTOIRE OUT NOW Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers have added more dates to their... Read more »

  • 53 Years Ago Today, Beatles Landed in America For the First Time

    It’s hard to think that there was ever a world without the Beatles.  They transcended generations, and I can remember even as a middle schooler seeing their CDs in my friends’ cases.  Were they the first rock band, or pioneers of pop?  Whichever one it was, you probably have a favorite Beatles album or song... Read more »

  • FOOL’S PARADISE REVEALS ADDITIONAL ARTISTS, DAILY LINEUPS, & LATE NIGHT SERIES

    The forecast for the upcoming Fool’s Paradise just got a little sunnier with some very exciting lineup additions and late-night announcements. In addition to the previously announced lineup, the Florida destination event has added funk/dance powerhouse The Motet to the bill, and announced frequent Vulfpeck vocal collaborator Antwaun Stanley as an Artist-At-Large. On Friday March... Read more »

  • Charm City Bluegrass Announces Full Lineup

      CHARM CITY BLUEGRASS FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES FULL LINEUP Fifth annual festival features The Lone Bellow, Members of Leftover Salmon and Yonder Mountain String Band, Cabinet, Seldom Scene and more Baltimore Management Agency is proud to announce the full lineup for the fifth annual Charm City Bluegrass Festival at Druid Hill Park on April 29, 2017.... Read more »

  • Album Review: Marvelous Funkshun, Marvelous Funkshun – Live at Ziggy’s

    Album Review Marvelous Funkshun, Marvelous Funkshun – Live at Ziggy’s Written by Elise Olmstead Visit the band website Marvelous Funkshun, or “The Funkshun,” as fans like to call them, released their first album Live at Ziggy’s in February 2016, and we’re glad it found its way into the Jamwich rotation.  The band’s sound is a... Read more »

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  • Edjacated Phools Tease Their First LP with Single “The Truth”

    Written by Jocelyn Dietrich The Baltimore based, 6 piece bunch known as Edjacated Phools have a bright future shaping up for them as they head into 2017. Not only are they filling their schedule with shows, but they’ll be dropping their first full length LP. Formed in 2014, Devine Barone (drums), Tyler Garrison (bass), Nick... Read more »

  • Album Review: Brokedown Hustlers, There Goes The Neighborhood

    Album Review: Brokedown Hustlers, There Goes the Neighborhood Written by Miriam Yavener The Brokedown Hustlers‘ music evokes feelings which resonate deep in the souls of those who love the open road.  Box wine and box cars, camp fires and card games, misfits and moonshiners, wild women and wanderers; these are the elements and archetypes presented... Read more »

  • ALO RELEASES “LOVE SONGS” EP, KICK OFF 11TH ANNUAL TOUR D’AMOUR

    ALO RELEASES “LOVE SONGS” EP KICK OFF 11TH ANNUAL TOUR D’AMOUR   “They have a gift for producing positivity, a charge that eases tensions and lifts spirits…pitch perfect and always a pleasure.” – Jambase.com January 27, 2017 (San Francisco, CA) – To celebrate the 11th annual iteration of their Tour d’Amour, California jam/pop rockers ALO... Read more »

  • Preview: Grey Area presents Mike Dillon and Spafford at Spirit, Pittsburgh Friday Feb. 10th

    Buy tickets now. RSVP to the Facebook event. Written by Jocelyn Dietrich Pittsburgh better dust off their dancing shoes and gear up for the much anticipated night of killer percussion and groovy jams with Mike Dillon Band and Spafford taking over good ol’ Spirit in Lawrenceville on Friday, February 10th. The two story event space/pizza... Read more »

  • “The Contribution” To Release New Music Throughout The Year

    The Contribution To Release New Music Throughout The YearTim Carbone, Phil Ferlino, Jeff Miller, Keith Moseley, Sheryl Renee, Matt Butler, & Duane Trucks, Join Musical Forces To Release Their 2nd Album, Wilderness And Space, on LoHi Records Singles to be released for seven months, with 100% of proceeds going to non-profitsFirst single paired with Rex... Read more »

  • Box Era Releases “Brunches,” New Single From Upcoming EP

      Written by Elise Olmstead It’s an exciting time for College Park based band, Box Era, as they are working on their debut EP and hitting the ground running with a tour to support.  They’ll be playing with popular local jam bands such as Fractal Cat, Gang of Thieves, and ELM, their show with ELM... Read more »

  • Interview: AJ talks to Pink Talking Fish about Feb 3 show at The Capitol Theatre, Port Chester, NY

    Friday February 3rd, 2017, The Capitol Theatre, Port Chester, NY Buy tickets to the show now! RSVP to the Facebook event We hope you’ve marked your calendar for next weekend, because Pink Talking Fish will be playing The Capitol Theatre for the first time, with a laundry list of amazing special guests!  Friday, February 3rd, the band... Read more »

  • Artist Spotlight: Scott Tanner

    Artist Spotlight: Scott Tanner Artist Website By Elise Olmstead A massive flourescent sculpture built for the “Werking Man” contest at The Werk Out was my first taste of Scott Tanner’s artistic abilities. He of course won the contest, and I became a fan of not only his art but his dedication and enthusiasm. On the... Read more »

  • Announcing Suwannee Spring Reunion March 23-25, 2017

    at Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park in Live Oak, FL Get Tickets at → www.suwanneespringreunion.com LIVE OAK, FL — Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park is happy to announce the Suwannee Spring Reunion on March 23 – 25, 2017, at Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park in Live Oak, Florida. The initial lineup includes... Read more »

  • Pigeons Playing Ping Pong Announces Domefest 2017 Initial Lineup

    Today, festival organizers Pigeons Playing Ping Pong (pigeonsplayingpingpong.com) have announced the initial wave of bands set to play their eighth annual music festival Domefest(domefestival.com) on May 18-20, 2017 at Fort Royale Farm in Bedford, PA. High-energy psychedelic funk band and official hosts Pigeons Playing Ping Pong will play four sets throughout the weekend, alongside performances by...

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  • Sleepy Creek Presents Harfest Preview : Oct 6-9, 2016, Berkeley Springs, WV

    Sleepy Creek Presents has been bringing us plenty of amazing festivals this festival season, like Spring Dig in May, and Brokedown Floatdown in July.  To cap off the season this fall, they are bringing us Harfest, an October celebration Oct 6th-9th, with friends at Sleepy Creek on the Potomac in Berkeley Springs, WV. The lineup... Read more »

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  • Album Review: Ayla Nereo “The Code of the Flowers”

    Album Review Ayla Nereo The Code of the Flowers Written by Taco Olmstead As much as I love shreddy guitar licks, fast paced organ and funk beats, I often find myself seeking out down tempo music that takes me to my introspective space. It’s a nice space to be in when your mind yearns for... Read more »

  • Thrival Innovation + Music Festival Preview, Sept 20-24, 2016, Pittsburgh, PA

    Thrival Innovation + Music Festival Preview September 20-24th, Pittsburgh, PA By Tyler Schrenker   Each year the live music scene in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania becomes bigger and brighter. Local bands continue to progress  through the resources of local venues like The Thunderbird Cafe, The Rex Theater, James Street Gastropub, and dozens of others. Meanwhile, national touring... Read more »

  • LOCKN’ Music Festival Review, Aug 25-28, 2016, Arrington, VA

    LOCKN’ Music Festival Review Aug. 25-28, 2016, Arrington, VA Written by Elisha Gud Photos by Roger Gupta   Talk about hot…The heat in Arrington, Virginia at the end of August is in absolutely, no way a joke. “If I wanted to party in what feels like 106 degrees of straight heat…this is where I would... Read more »

  • Holla For Hoopla! Devils Backbone Hoopla Preview: Sept 29-Oct 2, Nelson County, VA

    Holla for Hoopla! Devils Backbone Hoopla Preview Sept 29- Oct 2, Nelson County, VA By Diane Farineau   Hoopwhat?  Stop the presses…… this festival may not be on your radar because it’s brand spanking new!  No need to panic, there are still tickets available and due to the convenient Central Virginia location, this venue is... Read more »

  • Just Announced: Seventh Annual Catskill Chill Music Festival Daily Schedule

    JUST ANNOUNCED: SEVENTH ANNUAL CATSKILL CHILL MUSIC FESTIVAL DAILY SCHEDULE AND SATURDAY–SUNDAY TICKET OPTION LAKEWOOD, PA | SEPTEMBER 23 – 25, 2016   Mike Gordon, George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic, Greensky Bluegrass, Lettuce, Electron, Keller Williams’ Grateful Grass, Break Science Live Band, Dopapod, Goldfish, Perpetual Groove, Deep Banana Blackout, Rob Garza DJ Set, Turkuaz, Kung Fu, The ...

  • Suwannee Hulaween Oct 28-30 Announces Costume Theme and Suprise Artist Additions

    SUWANNEE HULAWEEEN OCTOBER 28 – OCTOBER 30, 2016 (LIVE OAK, FL)   – THE HULAWEEN COSTUME THEME – ANNOUNCES SURPRISE ARTIST ADDITIONS   FOURTH ANNUAL MUSIC & CAMPING FESTIVAL FEATURING MORE THAN 50 ARTISTS OVER THREE DAYS.   THE STRING CHEESE INCIDENT TO HEADLINE ALL THREE NIGHTS WITH MY MORNING JACKET, DISCLOSURE (DJ SET), LOGIC, UMPHREY’S... Read more »

  • Pink Moon Festival 8 Preview, Sep 15-19, 2016, Rock Camp, WV

    Preview : Pink Moon Festival 8 Sept. 15 – 19  2016 By B. A. Jones    September is here, and the weather is perfect for a festival, especially if that festival is in West Virginia. For many folks, September means Pink Moon is their last hurrah, their festival cherry atop their 2016 pie. With warm... Read more »

  • Suwannee Roots Revival Announces Final Artist Lineup

      Suwannee Roots Revival Unveils Poster Art By Marci Davis *Signed posters will be available for sale at Festival Merch   LIVE OAK, FL — Spirit of the Suwannee Music Park has announced the final lineup of artists for the inaugural Suwannee Roots Revival taking place October 13-16, 2016 at the Spirit of the Suwannee... Read more »

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