Chattanooga’s Riverbend Festival is next weekend and features a diverse lineup of wide-ranging musical talent. There are many fantastic artists on the bill, but below are just a few we cannot wait to see right by the Tennessee River. If you have not yet, get your tickets now! Jerry Harrison & Adrian Belew: Remain in… Read More Artists We Can’t Wait to See at Chattanooga’s Riverbend Festival Include Goose, Les Claypool, Trombone Shorty, Nathaniel Rateliff, Big Boi, Lucius, Blackberry Smoke, and many more!
Photos and Review by Stephen Bloch A residence is a place you call home. It might be where you live, entertain, work, or grow up. Some people take up residency in special places when they want to spread their roots or find new scenery.. Some residencies are short lived because you know right away that… Read More The National Close Out Impressive Chicago Residency at The Auditorium Theater – Photos and Review
Photos by Ryan Swerdlin Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe with Ivan Neville at Terminal West in Atlanta, Georgia on May 18, 2023.
By Porter Byers Are you looking to listen to some excellent, original music right this minute? Or do you need an experienced producer in the studio? How about a session musician? Carey Clayton does it all. The guitarist, composer, and producer based out of Los Angeles has traveled the world and fine-tuned his artistry through… Read More Artist Feature: Carey Clayton
Photos and Review by Max Stewart Shaky Knees had another massively successful event in 2023, which actually marked its 10 years (!) as a festival. Shaky Knees has cemented itself as one of (if not the most) sought-after festivals to attend in the U.S. to see a uniquely-curated lineup focused on indie rock, with touches of… Read More Highlights of Shaky Knees ’23: Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Futurebirds, Tenacious D, Shame, Father John Misty, The Flaming Lips and more!
Review by Max Stewart, Photos by Kelly Thompson Photography Decatur GA’s Amplify Decatur Music Festival has been a staple to the greater Atlanta community for years, bringing authentic and inspired music in the heart of Decatur on the downtown square while supporting an important cause. The event donates their proceeds to the Decatur Cooperative Ministry (DCM), Decatur… Read More Amplify Decatur 2023 features St. Paul & the Broken Bones, Patty Griffin, James McMurtry, The Suffers, Town Mountain, Jackson County Line and others
Photos and Recap by Stephen Bloch Milwaukee got a hearty dose of Americana on Saturday evening with a bonafide double bill from The Wood Brothers and Shovels & Rope at the Riverside Theater. Despite the respective triplet and duo lineups, there is NOTHING stripped down about their sounds. With stringed instruments all at the forefront,… Read More The Wood Brothers and Shovels & Rope Bring an Inspired Authenticity to Milwaukee’s Riverside Theater – Photos and Recap
Photos and Review by Stephen Bloch On Wednesday evening, the historic Pabst Theater played host to Omaha, Nebraska’s Bright Eyes for the first show of their 2023, eigh- city tour. This was the seventh visit made by band since 2000, and the 4th time at The Pabst. It was abundantly clear that Oberst and his… Read More Bright Eyes & Maya Hawke at the Pabst Theater in Milwaukee – Photos and Review
Review by Dan Rozman Photos by Mark Raker On Friday, April 21st The Gibson Brothers took over the AMP stage. The quartet consisted of brothers Eric Gibson (guitar and banjo) and Leigh Gibson (guitar), Mike Barber (stand-up bass), and local DC area artist Frank Solivan (mandolin). The intimate listening room at AMP by Strathmore in North Bethesda, MD was ideal for… Read More Gibson Brothers at AMP by Strathmore in Bethesda, MD – Photos and Review
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