Weekly Roundup | Tea Leaf Two-Night Edition

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Tea Leaf Green @ GAMH, San Fran 6/28/08

Last night, I caught the first night of the Tea Leaf Green two-night run here in San Francisco; the Great American Music Hall is the room and it’s a fantastic room for the band and the size of their audience in attendance last night. I was never too cramped and there was room to move around, but it was definitely a full house spread between the main floor and the balcony. Musically the band sounded better than ever, and I had a seriously fun time last night. I’ll be heading out again to catch the second night very soon, so it was time to drop the roundup of the posts we did last week before I go get my dance on.

  • My Morning Jacket | Radio City Music Hall, New York 6/20/08
    Poster by Guy Burwell Dear Josh Homme, Thanks for last night. Sincerely, Sam You’re probably asking yourself why I’m thanking Josh Homme, lead queen of the stone age, in a post about My Morning Jacket’s Radio City Music Hall…
  • Voodoo Experience | 2008 Lineup Announced
    The Voodoo Experience has announced its 2008 lineup to celebrate its tenth year in existence. The annual New Orleans festival runs October 24 -26 and includes a shitload of artists big and small. The 2008 lineup includes — but…
  • Holy Fuck Does MTV | Super Innuit Video
    Holy Fuck – Super Innuit [MTV.com] (via YANP) Even though I could easily find another reason to post about My Morning Jacket today, like including a link to the Bonnaroo 2008 download of their set that You Ain’t No…
  • Coldplay’s Free Show at MSG
    There’s lot of coverage up already from Coldplay’s free gig at Madison Square Garden last night. Billboard runs through the highlights and lowlights, including a few botched songs and forgotten lyrics on “Fix You,” and Pitchfork and brooklynvegan already have…
  • Forward Music Fest!
    Last November, the good people of UW-Madison put on another edition of Madison Pop Festival with the likes of Bon Iver, Malajube and Murder By Death. I was there as a student and organizer, enjoying everything that I thought…
  • RIP George Carlin
    LMB is taking a moment of pause to remember George Carlin, a comedic genius who’s passing on Sunday sent shockwaves through all facets of pop culture. His contributions to comedy and generally challenging the status quo will not be easily…
  • The Bays | Live Electronic Dance Music With An Orchestra?
    It’s been quite some time since I’ve written about the Bays. These guys really continue to push the envelope with live, improvised electronic dance music. You might compare them to U.S. acts doing similar styles (the Disco Biscuits, STS9,…
  • Radiohead Releases ‘From The Basement’ Live Videos
    Everyone I know seems to be gearing up for the one or two times that they’ll be lucky enough to see Radiohead this year — for me, it’ll be at Outside Lands — and there always seems to be something…
  • Inaugural 80/35 Music Festival Lineup
    This announcement came into our inbox the other day and I thought it to be a very interesting lineup for a new festival set in Des Moines, IA over Fourth of July weekend. The 80/35 Music Festival is what it’s…
  • New Live Phish – “Taste”
    The good folks over at Phish headquarters sent us a sample from the new two-disc DVD set, Phish Walnut Creek, and I couldn’t be happier with what they’re offering up as a snippet. In the description that came along with…
  • Cold War Kids | 2008 Tour Dates
    My only experiencing seeing Cold War Kids live was at Lollapalooza last year, and unfortunately they were a bit too big for the stage they were booked on. The crowd was so overflowed by the time I made it over…
  • All Good 2008 | Schedule Announced, No Tough Decisions
    The All Good Music Festival has announced its full weekend schedule for 2008, including late-night pre-party sets on Thursday, July 10. Unlike some of its larger brethren in the festival world, All Good has made a point not to…
  • Backyard Tire Fire | 2008 Tour Dates, New MP3
    The dudes in Backyard Tire Fire just got signed and announced their new album, The Places We Lived, due out on Hyena Records on August 26. They’ve got three tracks up on their homepage for streaming and we’ve got…
  • Derek Trucks Band | Rolling Stone 100 Greatest Guitar Songs Party
    It is easy to see why Derek Trucks was sitting in with the Allmans at 12 and then joining as a semi-regular tour member at age 14. I can definitely understand why Eric Clapton took him on tour in…
  • Page, Mike Both Confirm Possibility of Phish Reunion
    I know you’ve seen our posts touting the possibility of Phish getting back together sometime soon, and Page McConnell just issued a statement on Phish.com confirming that the band has begun talking and they’ve agreed to meet a some…
  • Summer Camp 2008 | Day One, Day Two Review
    It’s been a while since we’ve heard anything out of Kane Jamison, the blogger who spent most of his time between classes working on Burning Oak. He hasn’t had much time for blogging lately, but I convinced him to write…
  • Phish Friday | The Debut of “Spock’s Brain”
    This week’s Phish Friday post is brought to you by Nate Leskovic, someone that commented on our “Spock’s Brain” PF post with his own story of what that song meant to him. He’s graciously giving us the background today. While…
  • http://partyinpeeps.blogspot.com Partyin’ Peeps

    I saw them with Reed Mathis @ Summercamp and thought he brought their show to a whole new level.

  • http://partyinpeeps.blogspot.com Partyin’ Peeps

    I saw them with Reed Mathis @ Summercamp and thought he brought their show to a whole new level.