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Day Three from the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival capped off the rainy and stormy weekend nicely. Our man Jim Brock got us shots from Allen Toussaint, Angelique Kidjo, Delbert McClinton, Bela Fleck & Abigail Washburn, Michael Doucet, Shirley Caesar, The Deslondes, and last but not least, Pitbull. Check out the gallery below... —Editor
Day Two from the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival is in the books and it was another rainy, muddy day for festival attendees. Our man Jim Brock got us shots from Ryan Adams, Sonny Landreth, The Revivalists, John Legend, Dumpstaphunk, Cassandra Wilson, Robert Cray, and Kenny Garrett. Check out the gallery below... --Editor
While the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival kicked off yesterday with performances from Tedeschi Trucks Band, Hozier, Wilco and Keith Urban all in charge of rocking the big stages, Mother Nature had different plans for the first day and sent through some crazy storms that ended up cutting the day short for festival attendees. Wilco got cut from...
The Southern Soul Assembly is not the horn-laden, Stax-driven sound the name might conjure up. Southern, most certainly, with Mark Broussard, Luther Dickinson, J.J. Grey and Anders Osborne covering that geographic territory. The soul is of a more personal nature; four stringers and singers, trading songs, telling stories and swapping licks. Now that's soul. The Assembly’s individual voices...
Tom Petty has been an L.A. boy for 40 years. He’s more than adopted the city as his hometown and the feeling is mutual; the crushing goes both ways. Petty and the Heartbreakers are pretty much synonymous with this town. So it was completely fitting that his current US tour ended here with two nights at the spectacularly renewed...
Few voices in rock stand as tall and as memorable as Robert Plant's. Whether it's the reverb drenched "aahs" in "Black Dog" or the screaming howl that caps "Whole Lotta Love", that voice is embedded into the brain of any music fan born before 1965, and then some. But Plant has rebooted himself more than a few times since...
Way Over Yonder returned to Santa Monica Pier a few weekends back and we've already posted our gallery from day one at the festival. Day two brought The Barr Brothers (who sadly we couldn't get shots of due to their early start), Lenny Goldsmith's New Old, The Lone Bellow, Jamestown Revival, Joe Pug, Chris Robinson Brotherhood, Heartless Bastards, and...
Way Over Yonder returned to Santa Monica Pier a few weekends back and we were super excited to see some of the great lineup that the the team behind Newport Folk Presents curated for this great, mini-festival. Day one brought Bootstraps, The Far West, Houndmouth, The Wild Reeds, Moses Sumney, Joe Fletcher, Lucinda Williams, Little Hurricane, and Local Natives...
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