You Are Here: Home » Events

Fire Brings Dopapod NYC Show To Early Finish

Friday night was a night Dopapod had circled on their calendar for a long time as the jam act was set to celebrate the release of Never Odd Or Even in front of their devoted New York City fans at the Gramercy Theatre. The bad news is that the show ended early after a fire broke out in the P.A. The good news is that everyone is okay and both bands and fans seemed to handle the situation with grace. Post by D ...

Read more

Video | Chris Robinson Soulive Revue At Bear Creek

Organizers of the Bear Creek Music & Art Festival put together one of the more inventive collaborations of the 2014 festival season last Saturday night, Chris Robinson's Soulive Revue came together for an inspired set of covers at Buffalo's Amphitheatre. We pointed you towards a crispy audience recording of the entire set a few days back and this afternoon we wanted to hip you to an hour's worth of outs ...

Read more

Cover Alert | Keller, Al, Phil & Friends Down By The River

Last night, Phil Lesh's ten-show, five-weekend residency at The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, New York continued with the Grateful Dead bassist leading a guitar-heavy ensemble that included Keller Williams, Dan "Lebo" Lebowitz of A.L.O., Jason Crosby, John Kadlecik and Joe Russo as well as guests Al Schnier of moe. and Ross James through a bevy of GD repertoire classics and a few choice covers. Schnier w ...

Read more

Uber & Spotify Announce Ride-Alongs & Live Sessions

Earlier this week the streaming service Spotify announced a deal with car service Uber to allow users to choose the soundtrack for their rides. The main gist is that Spotify users will be able to choose the music they want to hear on their journey and when the car arrives, it'll be your tunes blasting out from the car's speakers. To celebrate the arrangement, Spotify & Uber will offer artist ride-alongs ...

Read more

10 Questions About Potential Grateful Dead Reunion

Back in January, Bob Weir expressed his desire to celebrate the Grateful Dead's 50th anniversary in 2015. Weir told Rolling Stone's Benjy Eisen, "We have to do something commemorative. I think we owe it to the fans, we owe it to the songs, we owe it to ourselves. If there are issues we have to get past, I think that we owe it to ourselves to man up and get past them. If there are hatchets to be buried, then ...

Read more

DVR Alert | Foo Fighters Sonic Highways Visits New Orleans

If you're a music lover, and even if you're not a big Foo Fighters fan, we highly recommend watching the HBO series Sonic Highways. For those unfamiliar, the show documents the making of Foo Fighters' recently-released album of the same name, which was recorded in eight different cities. Each episode dives into the musical history of the city where Foos were recording and tonight comes the installment we've ...

Read more

Nelsonville Music Festival 2015 Announces Initial Lineup

Organizers of the acclaimed and long-running Nelsonville Music Festival have announced the first round of acts set to play the 2015 installment. NMF '15 will take place May 28 - 31 in Nelsonville, Ohio at Robbins Crossing at Hocking College. The event is known for mixing artists from a wide range of genres and the first wave of the 2015 lineup shows that trend will continue in 2015. Country music legend Mer ...

Read more

Review & Photos | Hard Working Americans | Santa Cruz

Words by: Dennis Cook | Images by: James Martin Hard Working Americans with The Congress :: 11.15.14 :: Cocoanut Grove :: Santa Cruz, CA Read Dennis' review of the show after the gallery. 11/15/14 - Hard Working Americans /&/g The Congress @ Cocoanut Grove (Santa Cruz, CA) View Photos Intangibles cause some folks discomfort. The English language and the world of commerce thrive on specificity, clarity, ...

Read more

Carnegie Hall To Host David Byrne Talking Heads Tribute

Each year, impresario Michael Dorf puts together an eclectic and well-rounded lineup of performers to pay tribute to a legend at New York City's historic Carnegie Hall. Past performances have honored the likes of Paul Simon, Bruce Springsteen, Elton John and The Who. We're very excited to see that Carnegie Hall has announced the 2015 installment will pay tribute to The Music Of David Byrne & Talking Hea ...

Read more

King Crimson To Release Live Album In January

Earlier this fall King Crimson embarked on a critically-acclaimed North American Tour that marked the legendary prog act's first U.S. tour since 2008. King Crimson mastermind Robert Fripp shared a video in which he reveals a new "mini live album," recorded during the tour, is coming out in January. The album, which is said to run 40 minutes, is due on January 13. Fripp reveals a version of "Starless" from t ...

Read more

© 2012 Planet Six String

Scroll to top