Believe in Music, founded by Kenny Liner of The Bridge aims to uplift underprivileged Baltimore City students academically, culturally, and spiritually, while promoting self-expression and community awareness through music education. The group is in need of your help to raise funds for their Summer program this year. You can help by contributing here. We… Read More Believe in Music Empowers Youth – Needs Your Help
Rex of Grateful Dead tribute, Better off Dead, recently spoke with us about their upcoming show at Villain & The Saint on Saturday, May 14th (Tickets & Event Info). The band will be performing the Dead’s Watkins Glen set in its entirety. Why/how did Better of Dead start in 2012? BOD was born because I honestly love all of the… Read More Interview: Better off Dead Talks Favorite Dead Eras, Watkins Glen Jam, & more!
We recently caught up with world drum extraordinaire, Yonrico Scott. Scott will be performing tonight with The New Stew a short walk from the White House tonight at The Hamilton (Tickets & Event Info). When Devon Allman was approached with the concept of Royal Southern Brotherhood he thought it’d be a bad idea “like putting 5… Read More Yonrico Scott Talks Big Drums, Studio Recording, Music Theory & more!
Jared Stone is the Stone’s Stew. He’s an all around hero. He’s played with country music stars, studied music formally, owned jazz clubs, and served in the USMC. He recently discussed jazz with us, his formal music education, learning from unknown country musicians and much more. Catch him with New Stew on Tuesday, May 10th at… Read More Jared Stone Discusses Jazz, Bill Withers, & More!
LiveMusicDaily Exclusive Interview Stick Figure Talks Set in Stone, New Home Studio, Future Plans, & more! Scott Woodruff, best known by his stage-name, Stick Figure, has made a name for himself on the reggae since ever since his first release titled Burial Ground in 2012. His latest album debuted at #1 on iTunes, Amazon and Billboard Reggae Charts,… Read More Stick Figure Talks “Set in Stone” in Exclusive Interview
A Look Back: Jimmy Herring Talks Aquarium Rescue Unit 2015 Tour Jimmy Herring is one of my favorite guitarists in the world… period. If you’re not familiar with the jazz or jam scene, you may be wondering who I’m talking about. I’m talking about a guitarist who is as well-studied as the best of them,… Read More A Look Back: Jimmy Herring Talks Aquarium Rescue Unit 2015 Tour
THE MOTET LiveMusicDaily Interview with Jans Ingber of the Motet By Jason Charme The Motet is a band on a mission to bring the world funky dance parties. With the release of their 7th album, self titled “The Motet” we are witeness to the latest evolution of the band. Founder Dave Watts has always been… Read More The Motet | Interview
Interview, New Single, and Upcoming Tour Mama’s Love has become a staple on the Southeast live music circuit for years bringing fans a taste of southern-jam-rock and developing a sound that is unmistakably their own. We spoke with lead vocalist & rhythm guitarist, Thomas Galloway, to discuss the groups most recent developments. We… Read More Mama’s Love
Interview & Concert Recap On Thursday June 27th I had the distinct pleasure of witnessing the Greyboy Allstars headline a concert at the Howard Theatre in Washington, D.C. The opening act Lance Herbstrong was joined by special guests from Thievery Corporation, See-i, and Fort Knox Five. Herbstrong raises the stakes for artists looking to mix the… Read More Greyboy Allstars & Lance Herbstrong