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Stream the new Trigger Happy track “The Door” and check out the band’s upcoming newly announced tour dates.
Triggy Hippy unveiled “Don’t Wanna Bring You Down,” the first single from their forthcoming ‘Full Circle & Then Some’ studio album.
Trigger Hippy confirmed their first concerts since 2015 and revealed more performances and a new album are coming soon.
The band has issued a statement about Jackie Greene’s departure.
The singer-songwriter made the revelation of his departure from the supergroup on Facebook earlier today.
Trigger Hippy will embark on a seven-show swing through California this October.
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About Trigger Hippy
Trigger Hippy is an American Rock and Roll supergroup composed of Black Crowes drummer Steve Gorman, bassist Nick Govrik, vocalist Amber Woodhouse and guitarist Ed Jurdi.
The group was initially formed as a casual collaboration between Audley Freed, Govrik, and Gorman. The three had met together to jam on multiple occasions, constantly cycling a fourth musician. Trigger Hippy made its live debut on February 2, 2009, at the Cox Capitol Theatre in Macon, Georgia with Herring filling out the lineup. Due to Herring’s tour commitment to Widespread Panic, the group recruited Greene and Osborne. That lineup toured the south of the US in the summer of 2011, playing shows in Atlanta, Birmingham, Nashville, Memphis, and Chattanooga; performing both original and cover material.
After playing shows throughout California, the group spent January 2012 at Mission Bells Recording Studio in San Francisco recording tracks for their debut album, which was released in 2014. The new lineup will return to the stage in July 2019 following a four-year hiatus. A new album is due in October.
Suwannee Hulaween organizers confirmed the full 2019 lineup for the event.
Wilco, who added runs in St. Paul and Chicago to their fall tour, takes fans inside their legendary loft and around Chicago in the video for ‘Ode To Joy’ track “Everyone Hides”
Ween returns to the Northeast for a pair of December 2019 tour dates.
After opening act Gang Of Youths canceled due to illness, Mumford & Sons donned costumes and performed a set of covers as “The Sun Never Sets On The Cool Kids” on Monday at Talking Stick Resort Arena in Phoenix.
John Mayer covered the Grateful Dead with his Dead & Company band mate Bob Weir and Sammy Hagar last night in San Francisco.