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moe. confirmed details of their four-concert New Year’s Run 2019, the band’s only shows until 2020 besides a residency in Buffalo as the group prepares to enter the studio.
Watch Marcus King join moe. for “Opium” at Lockn’ on Sunday.
moe., Blues Traveler and G. Love included songs by Steely Dan, the Grateful Dead and Pink Floyd in their final collaborative set of the summer.
Listen to moe., Blues Traveler and G. Love cover the Grateful Dead, The Band, Led Zeppelin and The Who at White Oak Amphitheatre in Greensboro, North Carolina.
moe. will return home to Buffalo this November for a three-night run at Town Ballroom.
Watch moe., Blues Traveler and G. Love’s take on Sublime’s ‘What I Got’ featuring an extended harmonica jam and crowd sing-a-long from a recent concert in Baltimore.
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About Al Schnier
Al Schnier (born January 9, 1968) is a musician most noted for being one of two guitarists for the American jam band moe.
Schnier was born on January 9, 1968 in Utica, New York. He attended New Hartford Central High School in Oneida County, New York before going to college at State University of New York at Oneonta (SUNY) in 1990. He graduated from SUNY with a Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy and a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Arts.
He currently lives in the suburbs of Utica with his wife, Diane, and his two children.
Ween returned to the stage for the first time in 2019 on Sunday for a full performance of their 1997 studio album ‘The Mollusk’ and more at Riot Fest in Chicago.
‘Not Not Jazz,’ a documentary film about Medeski, Martin & Wood, will premiere at the Woodstock Fim Festival in New York.
The Cars’ frontman Ric Ocasek has died at the age of 75.
Watch Neil Young dust off “New Mama” for the first time in over 40 years and welcome Norah Jones at Harvest Moon A Gathering.
Watch Brandi Carlile welcome Mavis Staples and The Highwomen bandmates Amanda Shires and Natalie Hemby at Madison Square Garden in New York.