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Dickey Betts to Make Announcement on Touring for 74th Birthday Dickey Betts to Make Announcement on Touring for 74th Birthday
[ Dec 7, 2017 - Share ]
Dickey Betts, founding member and guitarist for legendary southern rock icons the Allman Brothers Band, will make an announcement regarding his decision on returning to the road next week on December 12, his 74th birthday, Sarasota, FL’s
Dead  & Company Postpone New Orleans Show Dead & Company Postpone New Orleans Show
[ Dec 5, 2017 - Share ]
Dead & Company’s show tonight at the New Orleans Smoothie King Center will be postponed after John Mayer was admitted to the hospital for an emergency appendectomy. No word was given on the rest of the tour, which concludes this week with a brief Florida run, and no new date was provided for
Dead  & Company Kick Off Tour at Madison Square Garden Dead & Company Kick Off Tour at Madison Square Garden
[ Nov 13, 2017 - Share ]
After a wildfire benefit show in San Francisco, Dead & Company kicked off their fall tour proper with the first of two shows at Madison Square Garden in New York. The show featured a variety of some of the band’s more familiar tunes throughout their short lifespan but did include a couple of
Venue Ejects 60 People From A Perfect Circle Show for Violating Recording Policy Venue Ejects 60 People From A Perfect Circle Show for Violating Recording Policy
[ Nov 8, 2017 - Share ]
A Perfect Circle’s tour continued the other night with a show in Reading, PA that resulted in more than 60 people ejected for taking photos. The band has a strict no recording policy and Maynard James Keenan addressed the incident on Instagram saying, “No. Recording. Of. Any. Kind. For. 25.
Bob Dylan Honors Tom Petty in Colorado Bob Dylan Honors Tom Petty in Colorado
[ Oct 22, 2017 - Share ]
Bob Dylan continued his tour last night with a stop at the 1stBank Center in Colorado and while his setlists typically do not change, Dylan sprinkled in a special tribute to his late Traveling Wilburys bandmate Tom Petty with a cover of “Learning to Fly.” Dylan and Petty have an extensive
Kofi Burbridge Returning to Tedeschi Trucks Band After Heart Surgery Kofi Burbridge Returning to Tedeschi Trucks Band After Heart Surgery
[ Sep 20, 2017 - Share ]
After undergoing heart surgery earlier this year, Tedeschi Trucks Band keyboardist and multi-instrumentalist Kofi Burbridge will return to the band beginning with the first of their six-show residency at the Beacon Theatre in New York on October 6. Burbridge “left the group unexpectedly after
Mike Gordon  Page McConnell  Grace Potter and More Join Trey Anastasio in Burlington Mike Gordon Page McConnell Grace Potter and More Join Trey Anastasio in Burlington
[ Sep 18, 2017 - Share ]
Photo by Patrick Jordan via Trey’s Facebook page Mike Gordon, Page McConnell, Grace Potter and Dave “The Truth” Grippo all sat in with Trey Anastasio Band at Burlington, VT’s Waterfront Park on Sunday night. The performance was the climax of Potter’s seventh-annual Grand Point North festival.
Bob Dylan Announces Fall Tour Bob Dylan Announces Fall Tour
[ Sep 11, 2017 - Share ]
Bob Dylan will hit the road for a fall tour that kicks off next month out west in California and works its way east with stops throughout the Midwest and Northeast leading through November. Along the way, the famed singer-songwriter and recent Nobel Prize recipient will make stops in places
Phish Close Out Historic Tour with Dick's Finale Phish Close Out Historic Tour with Dick's Finale
[ Sep 4, 2017 - Share ]
Phish closed out their summer tour with the third of three shows at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park in Colorado after an opening Midwest run and an unprecedented thirteen shows at Madison Square Garden as a part of the Baker’s Dozen. The show, webcast for free on LivePhish, saw the band lean on a number
Bill Nershi Shares Update on Health After Missed Show Bill Nershi Shares Update on Health After Missed Show
[ Aug 23, 2017 - Share ]
After missing The String Cheese Incident’s Oregon show due to an illness a few days ago, Bill Nershi has provided an update on his condition in a note posted to his “Facebook
Phish Baker's Dozen: Fleet Foxes  Neil Young Debuts and a 񟬿' Bustout on Powdered Night Phish Baker's Dozen: Fleet Foxes Neil Young Debuts and a 񟬿' Bustout on Powdered Night
[ Jul 27, 2017 - Share ]
Phish returned to the Madison Square Garden stage last night with the unenviable task of following up their historic jam-filled excursion the previous evening, and the band ended up delivering
Phish's Baker's Dozen: Jam-Filled Night Produces Historic Show Phish's Baker's Dozen: Jam-Filled Night Produces Historic Show
[ Jul 26, 2017 - Share ]
Phish continued their Baker’s Dozen run with a “jam-filled” night as the show certainly reflected the theme of the evening as the group delivered massive versions of rarely jammed songs. Among them, the opening “Sample in a Jar,” which kicked off what would become a five-song first set, the
Chris Robinson Talks Playing Black Crowes Songs  the CRB Ethos and Dead  & Company Chris Robinson Talks Playing Black Crowes Songs the CRB Ethos and Dead & Company
[ Jul 11, 2017 - Share ]
The Chris Robinson Brotherhood are releasing a new studio album, Barefoot in the Head, next week, and the band’s frontman and namesake spoke with Rolling Stone for an interview in which
Avett Brothers Welcome Jim Avett  Debut New Song at Red Rocks Avett Brothers Welcome Jim Avett Debut New Song at Red Rocks
[ Jul 11, 2017 - Share ]
The Avett Brothers wrapped up their three-night stand at Colorado’s famed Red Rocks Amphitheatre on Sunday night, delivering another extensive setlist that featured the second of two debuts during the run and a special appearance from Jim Avett, father of the band’s co-frontmen and namesakes.
Dead  & Company Set Attendance Record at Chicago's Wrigley Field Dead & Company Set Attendance Record at Chicago's Wrigley Field
[ Jul 6, 2017 - Share ]
During their tour-closing two-night stand at Chicago’s Wrigley Field this past weekend, Dead & Company set the venue record for most paid tickets for a single concert ever. The two nights saw the band play to more than 80,000 fans in the sold-out stadium, the ninth and tenth sell-outs of their
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