My Morning Jacke Members (Minus Jim James) To Serve As Ray LaMontagne’s Band For Summer Tour


 Ray LaMontagne has announced that the following members of My Morning Jacket – bassist Tom Blankenship, drummer Patrick Hallahan, guitarist Carl Broemel and keyboardist Bo Koster well serve as the touring band for his upcoming 2016 North ...

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Dead and Company Announce 2016 Summer Tour- Includes 2 Citi Field, Fenway Park, Alpine Valley, Folsom Field Shows


Coming off the announcement of its headlining Bonnaroo slot, Dead and Company tour plans have reportedly been revealed for 2016. The Grateful Dead offshoot is expected to bring its acclaimed show to several amphitheaters across the U.S., ...

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American Original Dan Hicks Dies at 74


Dan Hicks, the Arkansas-born musician known for his wide-ranging musical and personal style, the wit and outright humor of his songwriting, and his role in the San Francisco folk and ’60s rock scene, died Saturday ...

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Andrew Bird Announces New Album ‘Are You Serious’ Due 4/1, Debuts Lead Track “Capsized”


Andrew Bird has always been highly respected and has held a captive audience with his story telling prowess, but it’s with his new album, ‘Are You Serious’, that he has made a breakthrough record. Coming ...

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Phish Drops 2016 Summer Tour Dates


After the usual rat race of rumors and speculation, Phish has announced a 2016 Summer Tour that will begin on June 22 with the band’s first concert in the Twin Cities since 2000, and culminates with its sixth ...

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Maurice White Co-Founder of Earth Wind & Fire Dies at 74


Maurice White, co-founder and co-lead vocalist of Earth, Wind & Fire through their 70 and 80′s period, died in his sleep Thursday morning at age 74. White died in L.A. after a long battle with Parkinson’s. ...

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Parquet Courts Announce New Record, ‘Human Performance’ – Due Out 4/8


Parquet Courts have announced their new record, Human Performance, will be out 4/8 on Rough Trade. Recorded over the course of a year against a backdrop of personal instability, Human Performance massively expands the idea of what a Parquet Courts ...

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Jeff Lynne’s ELO Plans Three Hollywood Bowl Shows


The Los Angeles Philharmonic Association announced today that Jeff Lynne’s ELO is set to perform three shows at the Hollywood Bowl for the Fireworks Finale on September 9, 10 & 11. Joined by the strings of ...

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Ween, Courtney Barnett, The Arcs Added to LEVITATION Festival


The Reverberation Appreciation Society has announced new additions to the lineup for LEVITATION, taking place at Carson Creek Ranch in Austin the weekend of April 29-May 1, 2016. The lineups per day and single day tickets have also ...

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The Jayhawks Releasing New LP ‘Paging Mr. Proust’ April 29th Via Thirty Tigers


Influential band The Jayhawks have announced the April 29 release of their long-awaited new album Paging Mr. Proust (Thirty Tigers). The 11-song new album finds the 2016 Jayhawks still remain one of America’s foremost rock bands: based ...

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