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Umphrey's McGee recently finished off a West Coast run with newcomers Organ Freeman, and our friend Paul Citone caught the show at The Observatory North Park in San Diego. Scroll down for galleries from both bands... --Editor ORGAN FREEMAN UMPHREY'S MCGEE
Twiddle kicked off their New Year's Eve run in Albany last night with an opening set from Marcus King Band and our friend Paul Citone on hand to shoot the festivities. As always Paul gets a backstage and beyond look at the band and how they delivered to their loyal fans. Scroll down to check out the photos... --Editor Marcus...
The Chris Robinson Brotherhood rolled through the Sin City last night to play at the Brooklyn Bowl on the Strip, and our friend Paul Citone was there to get photos from the show. As he told me and as fans saw on the webcast, this was the band playing at a level that was the best they had ever...
Tedeschi Trucks Band is in the middle of a West Coast tour and they rolled through San Diego this past Thursday night, which just so happened to be Susan Tedeschi's birthday. The band delivered a stunning performance while maintaining a patented looseness that I've come to associate with the way Derek Trucks leads a band, and the crowd even...
Run the Jewels is out on the road right now touring in support of their Run the Jewels 3 LP and our great friend Paul Citone caught their show in Las Vegas at the Brooklyn Bowl. Check out this killer gallery below of Killer Mike and El-P destroying the stage at the Las Vegas venue... --Editor Head over to the next...
The Big Blues Bender took place last weekend at the Plaza Hotel & Casino in the heart of Downtown Las Vegas. For the weekend of September 7-10, 2017, some of the biggest names in rock, rhythm and blues all came together to play to the blues fans in Vegas. Our friend Paul Citone was there to get big galleries...
For the final day at this year's LOCKN’ Festival, fans were treated to a lemons-turned-into-lemonade situation with Phil Lesh joining moe. for a Rob-less set due to his cancer treatment. Our friend Paul Citone was able to capture a set of amazing shots from the rehearsals. For the main event, the band was joined by part of the Terrapin Family...
LOCKN’ Festival finished up their second day yesterday to great success. Our friend Paul Citone is on site to shoot all the moe. action, but he had quite the day himself and got to meet some of his bucket-list artists that got him pretty geeked out. Check out his photo gallery from the fest... --Editor Hit the next page for...
After the news broke that beloved moe. bassist Rob Derhak had recently been diagnosed with cancer and that the band would need to take a little break while he heals up, fans rushed to make sure they could catch one of the shows they kept before he begins treatment to wish him well and a speedy recovery. ...

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