Monthly Archives: April 2012

Today, The Beach Boys announced their first new single in ages with “That’s Why God Made The Radio”. In a little over 48 hours...

The rare Dragon Smoke headlined Tipitina’s Uptown on Saturday night (after opening band Sol Driven Train with George Porter Jr.), making their 2nd appearance...

WHO: Insomniac, Soul’d Out Productions, Dead Nation & Ampersand Present STS9 (in “Sector 9″ form) Emancipator & SOJA WHEN: Friday, April 27th @ 10 p.m. WHERE:...

As one of the newcomers to the late night scene (helping fill a void left by Superfly Presents’ reduced presence on the late night...

We've got a good lineup of shows to hit up this week starting with the SOLD OUT Nero show with Dillon Francis at the...

With the second wave of artist announcements last Thursday, the Sonic Bloom Festival in Georgetown, Colorado has us beside ourselves with excitement. With other...

4/20's Levitate Festival outdid itself this year booking one of the biggest venues in the Denver/Boulder area. The place didn't fill up but regardless,...

Although this week isn't quite as bumpin' for NYC concerts as the last two weeks, there are still plenty of great shows happening around...

Friends, family, music nerds, frenemies... I want everyone out tonight at the Lotus / NVO show if you live anywhere in California or anywhere...

One of our favorite days of the year has arrived, today is Record Store Day. Whether you're in Nashville and waiting to line up...

Chicago-based video production site Da Vibez put together a killer audiovisual montage of last month’s 1st Annual BUKU Music & Art Project down at...

Carolina Chocolate Drops are part of the new Americana renaissance and lucky for us, they play Friday, April 27th at The Temple WHO: Backbeat Foundation...

WHO: Nolafunk Jazzfest Series Inaugural Show featuring Anders Osborne, Bill Kreutzmann (Grateful Dead), Paul Barrere & Fred Tackett (Little Feat), Billy Iuso followed by...

Newcomer festival, What the Festival?! announced its inaugural lineup earlier this week and looks pretty stacked. It looks like this fest is going...

From LevonHelm.com... Levon Helm passed peacefully this afternoon. He was surrounded by family, friends and band mates and will be remembered by all he touched...

If you were in Boulder last year for Glowfest then you've got an idea of what the upcoming show Altitude will look like. It's...

Words by Lon Marchand || All Photos by Jimmy Grotting For the last 10 years, the Umphrey’s McGee Jazz Fest late nights have been heavyweight...

On a few Tuesday nights back, Rodrigo y Gabriela brought their mind-blowing flamenco-style rock songs to The Paramount Theater in Seattle for the first...

The full slate is out and things kick off on Thursday with a high noon lunchtime set by Glen David Andrews and the series...

We've been admirers of the team over at Jam in the Van for quite some time now and we've often just missed opportunities to...

The 29th Annual French Quarter Fest once again reigned over the downtown area this past weekend, attracting masses of live music fans from near-and-far...