The second episode of The JamBase Podcast is now available to stream or download via your preferred podcast provider. Episode Two features hosts David Onigman, Scott Bernstein and Andy Kahn once again bringing you news, insights and interviews related to going to see live music.
As usual “The Rundown” kicks things off as ScottyB and AK recap several recent news stories that broke in recent weeks. They discuss upcoming tours by Phil Lesh & Bob Weir, David Byrne, Dickey Betts and more.
DaveO speaks with Chris Robinson Brotherhood frontman Chris Robinson for the latest installment of “Art Of The Setlist.” Chris went deep into the inner workings of setlist construction for the band’s live performances. The chat touches on aspects of Chris’ former band The Black Crowes show structure and his upcoming project As The Crow Flies as well.
The episode is sponsored by singer-songwriter Reid Genauer and his upcoming solo covers album Conspire To Smile. The guitarist previews the release with his arrangement of Lenny Kravitz’s “Let Love Rule,” from the album coming out soon.
Finally, the episode wraps with a “Tour Stories” segment with Midnight North guitarist Grahame Lesh talking to ScottyB and AK about his life on the road. Grahame looks back at his time as a kid growing up touring with his father, Grateful Dead bassist Phil Lesh, as well as his current escapades as a member of Bay Area-based Midnight North and playing alongside his dad in The Terrapin Family Band.
Read a note from Les Claypool of Primus warning fans the trio’s current tour will be their last for awhile.
Cloud 9 Adventures has announced details and the lineup for the 12th annual Holidaze destination concert event.
Webcasts of all 24 Dead & Company concerts that will be held between May 30 – July 14 are available including a free webcast of the tour opener.
Jam quartet Gov’t Mule has expanded an already extensive summer tour with a second leg.
The complete lineup for this October’s Suwannee Hulaween festival has been revealed and includes The String Cheese Incident, Jamiroquai, ODESZA and more.
Grace Potter revealed the acts that will join her at this year’s installment of Grand Point North in Burlington, Vermont.