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Words by Senor Martin, Photos by Nick Irving Veteran jamband moe. hosted its annual three day music festival dubbed moe.down over the weekend of August 10th through 12th, with this year's fest scheduled earlier in the summer than in previous years and returning to its long-time home at the Snow Ridge Ski Resort in Turin, NY after a two year...
It's pretty fair to say that Phish and their fans have had a great year. The community has weighed in on what was an amazing first leg of Summer 2012 tour. In the midst of it all via the webcast for the second night of Portsmouth, the band made it official that they'd be releasing a box...
Sixty five bands took the stage at Memphis’ Beale Street Music Festival earlier this month, and it was a hefty helping of great music to digest. Three stages as well as a Blues Tent stretched over mile long Tom Lee Park that rests along the east bank of the Mississippi River. The 90 degree temperatures added a taste of...
Our friend Cassidy Blackwell from Natural Selection went and saw the Jake Shumabukuro performance last week at the Castro Theatre here in SF. Here's her photos and review from the show and documentary screening... This past Wednesday, Jake Shimabukuro, the world-renowned ukelele virtuoso debuted his new yet-to-be-titled tour documentary at the Castro Theater in San Francisco. Known for his ability...
Our friend Danielle Sheridan went and shot Mutemath and Canon Blue last week and sent us these photos... check it! Mutemath and Canon Blue stopped at Best Buy Theater in New York on March 8 to play to a very dedicated crowd. I've never shot at Best Buy Theater before, but I must admit the lighting is favorable to photographers....
Words by Carly Shields / Photos by Nick Irving Big band Brooklynites Rubblebucket sold out the Bowery Ballroom this past Saturday night, and though they haven’t quite broken into the mainstream scene, their constant touring schedule and years of festival appearances make them a pretty well known name in every scene they fit with. From jam to funk to indie...
The Festy Experience was this past weekend and brought bands together like The Infamous Stringdusters, Railroad Earth, Davis Grisman, Brett Dennen and more to Nelson County, VA outside of Charlottesville. We had a few friends on hand covering the festival and we've got a few shots from Matt Manzano's amazing set to share to start off some of...
Our friend Derek McCabe was at all three nights of Furthur at Red Rocks just a week and a half ago now, and his photo galleries from the show came out incredible. Musically the band was pulling out some of the stops that the venue's storied heritage absolutely demanded, with Chris Robinson joining the band for a few...
Sure, we know it's Monday and we've already officially started a new week here at LMB HQ, but we also needed a proper wrap-up on the festivities and celebrations surrounding Pink Floyd last week here on the site. It was Wes that threw the idea out and I had tons of friends get interested in it, so much...
CashorTrade.org is giving away 2 FREE tickets to Phish in VT at the Champlain Valley Expo Center in Essex, Vermont this coming Weds, Sept. 14th. We stood in line so you didn't have to :-)
Words by Alex Borsody and Kevin Anderson, Photos by Rob Chapman The Royal Family ball celebrated the release of Soulive’s new album Rubber Soulive and featured an eclectic selection of musical legends playing alongside the Royal Family, including Talib Kweli, Warren Haynes and John Scofield. The show started around 6:30 with Nigel Hall playing a set to warm up the...
Photos by Rob Chapman, Words by Alex Borsody The Stanton Moore Trio joined by Anders Osborn brought a packed house to Brooklyn Bowl last Thursday night. The band started promptly around 9:30 and kicked things off with just The Stanton Moore Trio. Sitting in for Robert Walter on Hammond B3 was San Francisco’s first call session musician Wil Blades....
Our friend Alex Borsody went to the Gov't Mule listening party at the Brooklyn Bowl and did this review for us. His friend Rob Chapman took some amazing photos... The Wetlands Preserve served as the springboard for some of the best bands during the mid 90's rock renaissance. Peter Shapiro ran the Wetlands at just 23 years old and...
Our good buddy Lauren Siegal is back with her second review for LMB after she saw a rather incendiary performance by Nathan Moore on Tuesday night at the Connecticut Yankee here in San Francisco. Here it goes. -Justin Once I got over wanting to rip his clothes off (side note, his jeans were already ripped and after a few...
My good friend Lauren Siegal just got back from her first trip to Jazz Fest and she wanted to share her thoughts with us. --Justin I haven't slept in four days, I have a permanent hangover, my feet hurt from dancing, and my stomach is full of crawfish. While this was my first trip to the New Orleans Jazz Fest,...
UPDATE (9/17/13): YEMblog just tweeted out that this show will be getting the LivePhish official release treatment. https://twitter.com/YEMblog/status/380019337316151296 Hello Live Music Blog readers, this is J$ from the Phish Video blog with a special guest post for Phish Friday. Today we're bringing you some highlights from one of the best shows, from one of the best months in Phish history--12/7/95...
By Scotty B. It seems the Phish organization has become a fan of the recent wunderkind myspace.com. Phish has an offical page: http://www.myspace.com/phishofficial Trey has a space maintained by Columbia records: http://www.myspace.com/treyanastasioofficial and the coup de grace, Kevin Shapiro has a page: http://www.myspace.com/phisharchives Kevin's page contains unreleased photos and unreleased audio. The page contains four audio tracks: 9/17/00 Dog Log, the 7/30/97 Fire, a Fast Enough studio...