Since the Grateful Dead has always cherished weirdness as a super-positive adjective, it’s not totally surprising that the post-Dead scene should have the weirdest possible outcome….namely, instead of fading away, Dead-Head-ism is growing just as it always has. Now, it turns out, Dead Heads are fans of the music even more than the band, so that who’s playing the music is mostly a matter of taste and choice.
Innovative Giving Enhancement (IGE) today announces the artist collective for the fifth annual Music and Art Immersion program happening in Lisbon, Portugal October 4-13, 2019. Participants experience ten days and nine nights of concerts, jams and the many international musical collaborations at the heart of the Immersive experience.
An independent Grateful Dead tribute band will perform two free concerts at the Green Door Pub in Stratton Village Resort Friday and Saturday, March 1 and 2.
Dead Meat, a Hudson Valley-based tribute band, returns to this Southern Vermont venue for its fourth and fifth performances there, respectively.
The band recently played at Green Door Pub in December 2018, following a performance by Mihali (from Vermont jam band Twiddle), part of the venue's Rocking For Rob charity weekend of live music.
Iconic singer-and Rock & Roll Hall of Fame member-ART GARFUNKEL has a busy 2019 planned. He kicked the year off with a run of dates of his In Close-Up concert through Tennessee (including Nashville's Ryman Auditorium), has a 14-date run through the U.K. set for April and a 7-show run through Germany this October, with many more U.S. shows planned throughout the year (full itinerary below).
David Bowie’s longest and most trusted collaborator, pianist Mike Garson, brought A Bowie Celebration back to California for a series of concerts with a new setlist. The show came a year after an astounding show by the same core group at the Wiltern Theater last year.
MARK YOUR CALENDAR NOW — ELLNORA | The Guitar Festival at Krannert Center, deemed “one of the world’s most forward-thinking guitar festivals” by Fretboard Journal, has emerged as a favorite destination for musicians and fans from around the world. Make a date now for Thursday-Saturday, September 5-7 when ELLNORA 2019 returns as a cornerstone event of the Center’s two-season 50th-anniversary celebration. Tickets will be on sale at 10am on Saturday, July 13, 2019.
JOE SATRIANI has had a long and acclaimed solo career, his awards and accolades from fans and the industry alike are unending. Yet, through all of that, SATRIANI has often mentioned in interviews the musical trio that launched the next step in his musical career, his first band, the Squares, formed in Berkeley, CA in the late 70’s.