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moe. Welcomes Bruce Hornsby & Mummies At Summer Camp

The 15th annual Summer Camp Music Festival came to a close on Sunday at Three Sisters Park in Chillicothe, Illinois with multiple sets from moe. and Widespread Panic as well as performances from Steve Miller Band, North American Scum and many others. [Courtesy of Summer Camp Music Festival / Image by Phierce Photo of FX Media Solutions] moe. played their fourth and fifth sets of weekend on the Moonshine Sta ...

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Opening Night | The Rolling Stones Kick Off Zip Code Tour

On Sunday The Rolling Stones kicked off the 15-city Zip Code Tour of North America at Petco Park in San Diego. While The Stones didn't perform all of Sticky Fingers as they did in L.A. on Wednesday, they did play four songs off the LP and welcomed special guests as part of the tour opener. [Photo by Kevin Mazur/Getty Images] Guitarist Gary Clark Jr. opened the show with his own band and then returned during ...

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Boston Calling Announces September 2015 Lineup

The September 2015 Boston Calling Music Festival will be held at City Hall Plaza in Boston on September 25 -27. Fresh off the close of the May Boston Calling 2015 event (check out our full report), Crash Line Productions has announced the lineup for the September 2015 Boston Calling. Offering two stages and no overlapping sets, headlining the three-day festival in September are The Avett Brothers, alt-J and ...

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Review & Photos | Boston Calling Music Festival

Words & Images by: Andrew Bruss Boston Calling Music Festival :: 5.22.2015 - 5.24.2015 :: City Hall Plaza, Boston, MA Read Andrew's review after the gallery. 5/22 - 24/15 - Boston Calling @ City Hall Plaza (Boston, MA) View Photos Now entering its third year, the Boston Calling Music Festival boasted its most impressive lineup yet and put the rest of the East Coast festival circuit on notice. An eclecti ...

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Video | Three Generations Of McCourys Jam At DelFest

The McCourys are the first family of bluegrass as Ronnie McCoury and Robbie McCoury have been part of their legendary father's Del McCoury Band since 1981 and 1987 respectively. Each May Del and his family host DelFest, and this year's installment saw three generations of McCourys share the stage as Del's two-year-old grandson joined in on a jam at the Maryland festival. Vassar McCoury, Rob's child and Del' ...

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Songs Of Their Own | Pete Pidgeon – Wharf Rat

To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Grateful Dead, JamBase teamed with Telefunken to produce the Songs Of Their Own video series. We began with a list of 100 Grateful Dead original songs (exclusively their tunes, not covers they often played) and tapped many of our favorite artists to record a cover version either at the JamBase office in San Francisco or at one of the many venues around town and beyon ...

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Saturday Stream | Spotify Sessions

For the past few years Spotify has regularly produced exclusive live recordings made for the streaming platform to release and host on its service. The Spotify Sessions showcase a wide range of recording artists from every genre and scene. A recently issued Spotify Session featured D’Angelo & The Vanguard live from Spotify NYC performing four songs including “Betray My Heart” which clocks in at just und ...

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Widespread Panic Debuts Ramble On Rose At CounterPoint

The 2015 installment of CounterPoint continued on Saturday with performances from Galactic, The Heavy Pets, Papadosio and many more including an extended set from Widespread Panic. The Georgia rockers treated home state fans to a two-hour set and 15 minute encore that included the debut of a Grateful Dead cover and a sit-in which kept it all in the family. [Photo via CounterPoint on Facebook] Widespread Pan ...

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Sunday Cinema | Happy Birthday Bob Dylan

Today marks the 74th birthday of the man born Robert Allen Zimmerman but known across the globe as Bob Dylan. Influential is mighty understatement when describing Dylan’s impact on popular music and culture as his songwriting, style and evolution across a decades-spanning career became the lexicon for generations of followers. David Letterman may have put it best while introducing Dylan’s appearance last we ...

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Greensky Bluegrass Covers Eyes Of The World At DelFest

Earlier today we reported on Widespread Panic playing a Grateful Dead cover intended for May 15th's Dear Jerry concert that was cut from the tribute due to time constraints. Well Panic wasn't the only band to perform a Dead cover cut from Dear Jerry recently as Greensky Bluegrass played "Eyes Of The World," the one and only tune they were expected to perform at Merriweather Post Pavilion, on Thursday on thi ...

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