The Star-Spangled Banner (1:56)
My Soul (5:36)
AC/DC Bag (6:35)
Sample in a Jar (6:11)
Light Up or Leave Me Alone (7:55)
Sugar Shack (5:46)
Timber (5:11) Read more
Archive for October 2010
Wakarusa Music Festival 2011 is set to return to Mulberry Mountain in Ozark, Arkansas from June 2-5, 2011.
2011 Reserved Campsites will be released for purchase on Friday, November 5th at 12:00 pm CDT! These campsites are the most sought after camping option, with a history of selling out in minutes, so, mark your calendars!
These campsites are equipped with electrical and water hook-ups, so they’re ideal for those of you with access to RVs. Up to eight (8) people and two (2) vehicles are allowed at each campsite.
Each Reserved Campsite will cost $549, plus fees (no Full Event Passes are included in the purchase).
Full Event Passes, VIP Passes and Camping Vehicle Passes to Wakarusa 2011 will be available for purchase on Friday, December 3rd at 12:00 P.M. CST. Pricing information, maps and other details will be available in late November.
The lineup for the 24th installment of Merlefest has been announced (see below). The festival will take place April 28 – May 1 on the campus of Wilkes Community College in Wilkesboro, NC.
The MerleFest box office will open for 2011 ticket sales on Tuesday, November 9, at 2:00 p.m. EST. Ticket purchases can be made on the web at www.merlefest.org or by calling 1-800-343-7857. An early bird ticket discount is available through March 13, 2011.
Susana and Timmy Abell
Alberti Flea Circus
Roy Book Binder
Alison Brown Quartet
Sam Bush Band Read more
(Los Angeles) World Gone Crazy, the first new album by The Doobie Brothers in 10 years on HOR Records, soared into the upper reaches of the sales charts in its very first week of release. It hit the Top 10 of Billboard’s Independent Albums chart, debuting at #8, as well as #14 on the Top Internet Albums chart. It also debuted in the Top 40 of the Billboard 200 at #39 and at #31 on the Top Digital Albums chart.
At the same time, critics are hailing the return to record by the legendary rock’n’roll group who boast 40 million albums sold over their nearly four decade career. The New York Post declared World Gone Crazy as its pick for the Grammy Award for “Album of the Year,” hailing it as “a smokin’ mix of roadhouse boogies, classic rock and country.” The Newark Star-Ledger featured the lead single “Nobody” as its “Song of the Day,” dubbing it “excellent.”
The Fort Smith Times Record noted how at a recent show “new songs from the just-released World Gone Crazy CD… all were given the cheers and whistles usually associated with a group’s most-beloved cuts.” Read more
Photo by: C Taylor Crothers
BOSTON, MA – There’s no denying anyone who digs the Blues will really dig the once-in-a-lifetime experience that is BLUES AT THE CROSSROADS: THE ROBERT JOHNSON CENTENNIAL CONCERTS. The very special tour (set to launch in San Francisco on Jan. 28, 2011) and accompanying studio recording (to be released early 2011) commemorates the 100th Anniversary of legendary bluesman Robert Johnson’s birth with exhilarating collaborations between Big Head Todd & The Monsters, living Bluesman legend David “Honeyboy” Edwards, Hubert Sumlin, and Cedric Burnside & Lightnin’ Malcolm. With Edwards on board, BLUES AT THE CROSSROADS has a direct connection back to the legend, as Edwards was in attendance for Johnson’s last live performance the night Johnson passed away. Read more
After Midnight (5:52)
The Sloth (4:25)
Alumni Blues (3:02)
A Letter to Jimmy Page (0:49)
Alumni Blues (4:26)
Mellow Mood (6:19)
Access Me (4:10) Read more
On Thursday, November 18th, Trey Anastasio will perform a special solo acoustic show at Princeton University’s historic Richardson Auditorium. The Scorchio Quintet, which supported Anastasio at the Tibet House benefit shows, will back him on select songs from his continuously growing repertoire.
photo: C. Taylor Crothers
Today, Keller Williams releases his sixteenth album — and first-ever album for kids and families — appropriately titled Kids. With Kids, Keller once again breaks new ground, staking out his next conquest: the absolute adoration of the under-10 crowd and their parents, caregivers, and relatives. Read more
the Hiders celebrate the release of their new CD “Four Letter Town” with a performance at MOTR Pub in Cincinnati
Critically acclaimed Cincinnati roots-rock band the Hiders will be celebrating the release of their new CD “Four Letter Town” with a hometown performance at MOTR Pub on Saturday, November 6, 2010 at 9:30 p.m.
Saturday, November 6, 2010
10 p.m. and midnight
MOTR Pub, 1345 Main St., Over-the-Rhine, Cincinnati, Ohio; 513-381-6687
Tickets: all shows at MOTR Pub FREE, 21-and-up and well-produced
www.motrpub.com Read more