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Peach Music Festival adds more bands to their phenomenal 2019 lineup!

The Peach Music Festival boasts a heavy lineup of jam music’s finest stars. The Grateful Dead’s Phil Lesh will lead a great band with Warren Haynes and John Scofield, in addition to Phish’s Trey Anastasio bringing TAB, with String Cheese Incident and Joe Russo’s Almost Dead filling out the headliner slots. While most festivals stop with a few great headliners, Peach differentiates …

Wear Your Wounds concludes tour with Uniform ahead of new LP release

Wear Your Wounds, the ethereal and emotional project from Converge’s Jacob Bannon, recently concluded their tour with New York City’s metallic industrial outfit Uniform. We caught the second-to-last show at Brooklyn’s Saint Vitus bar where a packed Friday night crowd enjoyed a bill of progressive heavy music. Blame God started the night with a raw set of sludgy grind music. …

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Jam Cruise Announces 2020 Lineup

Jam Cruise announced their 2020 lineup, and everyone has been freaking out ever since. Les Claypool is back on the boat, headlining with Claypool-Lennon Delirium and his Bastard Jazz project, which features Stanton Moore (Galactic), Skerik, and Mike Dillon. Additionally, moe., Galactic, Lettuce, Lotus, Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe, Pigeons Playing Ping Pong, Turkuaz, and Dumpstaphunk handle the headlining duties of …

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The String Cheese Incident prepares return to The Capitol Theatre

As The String Cheese Incident continues to roll out new music and tour dates to celebrate their 25th anniversary, we have our eyes set on their run at The Capitol Theatre coming Memorial Day weekend. The String Cheese Incident rang in 2018 at The Capitol Theatre, the wonderful rock palace located just north of New York City. Before that, they …

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Andrew Bird dazzles while road-testing ‘My Finest Work Yet’ in Brooklyn’s intimate National Sawdust

photo via Brooklyn Vegan Celebrating his fantastic new album My Finest Work Yet, Andrew Bird took to the intimate National Sawdust last night for the first of two Brooklyn shows. The performance was a 90-minute masterclass of Bird’s witty folk stylings, complete with whistles, loops, instrument changes, and a really great backing band. After a swift rendition of Chet Baker’s …

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Dopapod Announces Return Show at The Capitol Theatre

After taking 2018 off – with the exception of a mini-reunion at Brooklyn Comes Alive – Dopapod has announced their return to the stage with an April 27th performance at The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, NY. “We’re all incredibly excited to bring the band back together to usher in the next chapter of Dopapod,” keyboardist Eli Winderman shares. “We’ve …

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Dead & Company Announce 2019 Summer Tour

Dead & Company have announced their 2019 Summer Tour dates. The group – which features founding Grateful Dead members Bob Weir, Bill Kreutzmann and Mickey Hart joined by John Mayer, Oteil Burbridge and Jeff Chimenti – played their best tour yet in Summer 2018, and the 19-dates penned for next summer are sure to be a series of incredible evenings …

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Ghost Light Announces Phish After-Show on 12/30

Ghost Light – the growing project featuring Holly Bowling, Tom Hamilton, Steve Lyons, Raina Mullen and Scotty Zwang – has just announced a late-night, post-Phish show on 12/30. Taking place at the newly-opened Sony Hall in Times Square, the nearby after-show will go super late for anyone who is celebrating the New Year a day early. The 1000-person venue looks …

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The Infamous Stringdusters heat up NYC with Thursday snow show

The Infamous Stringdusters timed their late-fall trip into New York City with the first snow of the season. Throughout Thursday afternoon it snowed considerably, but the show must go on! Although some Stringdusters fans no doubt got stuck in New Jersey and Long Island, the Gramercy Theatre was packed with music fans eager to warm up with some progressive bluegrass …

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Jim James shines at New York City’s Town Hall show

Photos courtesy of Dan Salimbene | www.northfieldproductions.com Jim James continued his solo acoustic tour last night at New York City’s Town Hall. Despite its location in the heart of midtown, on a side street of the bustling Times Square, the 97-year-old venue fell totally silent when Jim James hit the stage and kicked things off with 2008’s “I’m Amazed”. The …

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Bob Weir & Wolf Bros dazzle at The Capitol Theatre before last week of tour

Photo by Marc Millman Bob Weir & Wolf Bros is the latest touring band from the Grateful Dead singer-songwriter. Joined by Jay Lane (drums; Ratdog, Primus) & Don Was (bass; all-star record producer), the band has been breaking new ground in the Grateful Dead songbook and beyond with the stripped-down instrumentation of guitar-bass-drums and often inviting special guests to the …

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The Adventure Awaits at Seventy-Seven

Hamilton Ontario, home of the Hamilton Ticats football team and also known as the “Waterfall Capital of the World”. Considered a small city because of its low 500,000 population. It is also home to one of the best dance clubs in the GTA, packing a crazy production and some of the most fire electronic events Hamilton has ever come to …