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Turkuaz Concert Film ‘None’s a Ton’ Now Available

On September 7, 2018, the Brooklyn funk juggernaut Turkuaz filmed a full concert at The Sherman Theater in Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania. They released the soundtrack, and … Continued

Pride of Man

If you are an old-school rocker, it’s likely you’re familiar with “Pride of Man,” a song on the eponymous debut Quicksilver Messenger Service album from … Continued

The Payback 501(c)(3), The Sound Mind Collective & Color Red Music Launch Musicians’ Relief Fund

From the press release:   The Payback 501(c)(3) has partnered with The Sound Mind Collective and Color Red Music to establish a Musicians’ Emergency Relief … Continued

Polyrhythmics Set to Release 5th Studio Album ‘Man from the Future’

During the insanity of trying to catch lots of music at Suwannee Hulaween, this happened: Oh, the conflicts! We’d heard noise about a Seattle band … Continued

Goose: Alive and Well

This just landed from the world of Goose:   We are pleased to introduce our first official live album, ALIVE AND WELL. It will be … Continued

Sal’s Greenhouse Cultivates a Magnificent ‘Bloom’

You know, when a band promotes itself as a “8-piece powerhouse funk collective,” you sincerely hope they can back that up. We would like to … Continued

Adam Deitch Quartet: Egyptian Secrets

Jamband fans know all about those Brooklyn funksters Lettuce and their remarkable drummer, Adam Deitch. And they know about his project with Borahm Lee, Break … Continued

Telluride Blues & Brews Festival Announces Lineup for September

We interrupt this pandemic to bring you a bit of good news coming out of the struggling music industry, which has seen music festivals canceled … Continued

iHeart Delivers Special Night of Music’s Brightest Stars for Living Room Concert

It has been several weeks of anxiety with plenty of days of uncertainty across America. Fox and iHeart Radio brought out an A-list of music’s … Continued

Uncle Walt’s Band: Those Boys From Carolina

The first time I met Uncle Walt’s Band was at a small graduation party in 1972. I was getting into some bluegrass at that point, … Continued

When We Return

When we return, it won’t be to “normal,” whatever that was. It is clear that life simply will not fall into the same patterns we … Continued

Bob Dylan Unveils “Murder Most Foul,” 17-Minute Opus About JFK Assassination

After eight years with no new music, Bob Dylan has surfaced with a deeply dark track titled “Murder Most Foul.” This is the longest song … Continued

Charlie Daniels Announces Lineup for Volunteer Jam 2020

Country music legend Charlie Daniels announced his lineup for the Volunteer Jam set to return September 15 to Bridgestone Arena in Nashville. Daniels, who founded … Continued

Whitney – Columbus, Ohio – A Look Back

Article and Photos by Aryanna Carpenter On February 11th at Newport Music Hall, I had the opportunity to photograph and experience a wonderful and heartfelt … Continued

Dave Matthews Brings Words of Hope to the World

Legendary alternative/indie rocker Dave Matthews performed a solo acoustic set from his Seattle home on Thursday night, March 26, that provided music lovers of the … Continued

OBITUARY: Manu Dibango Dead as Result of COVID-19

“Mama-say, mama-sa, ma-ma-ko-ssa” Well, there’s a line that is ingrained in the pop sensibilities ever since Michael Jackson sang it in his smash single “Wanna … Continued

Jazz Pianist Mike Longo Succumbs to COVID-19

Pianist Mike Longo is among the first in the jazz community to succumb to COVID-19. Longo died Sunday, March 23, three days after his 83rd … Continued

Louder Than Life Announces Expanded Schedule With Metallica

With the recent cancellation of major music festivals this summer due to the unexpected breakout of the global coronavirus epidemic, Louder Than Life has announced … Continued

Funkadelic: Standing On the Verge of Getting It On

In the 12-year span from 1970 to 1981, the Parliafunkadelicment Thang produced 21 studio albums. Parliament/Funkadelic were one of the greatest touring bands in the … Continued

Tim Buckley Sent “Greetings from L.A.”

His name was Buckley. He was a revered musician with an angelic voice who left us far, far too early. No, not Jeff. His daddy, … Continued