Programming Note: Moving On – This Has All Been Wonderful…

Next Monday, July 8, will mark my last day as the Editor-in-chief of Hidden Track. In the nearly seven years since we launched Hidden Track on October 16, 2006; we’ve published more than 11,000 posts for our readers. I’ll be moving on, along with many of the incredible contributors who have provided much of the wonderful content we’ve had the pleasure of sharing over the years, to helm JamBase’s editorial efforts.

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Our friends at Glide Magazine will have more information about the future of Hidden Track soon. We couldn’t have asked for a better host as the Glide Team really let us do our thing in building HT and we’re excited to see what they have in store for the main site and beyond.

So, we’ll continue pumping out articles until next Monday, at which point I’ll take two weeks off (with the exception of our Phish The Skinny Recaps, which will run on JamBase starting this Wednesday and for each show the quartet plays this summer) before starting full-time at JamBase on Monday, July 22. It’s our aim to infuse the same spirit found here in our efforts over at JamBase and you’ll find many of the columns and contributors you’ve come to love.

We’ll keep you updated on the move via our team’s Facebook and Twitter feeds.

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31 thoughts on “Programming Note: Moving On – This Has All Been Wonderful…

  1. Isaac Reply

    Have really enjoyed this site since I stumbled upon it awhile back. Good luck at jambase and hopefully you guys can make that site as good as it used to be about 6 or 7 years ago

  2. lib4 Reply

    Scott
    Thank you and your team very much for the many years of great reporting and I wish you all the best in your future endeavors. For this now graying and busy father/die hard Phishhead your recaps and stories kept me up to date with the Jam scene. thanks again and all the best

  3. Tyson Reply

    Thanks for everything!!! Your my favorite go to website. Even though you don’t really know me, I’ve been a friend and a Phan for years. I will continue to listen and tea in jambase

  4. alexb Reply

    dude we’ll miss you in nyc

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