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JamBase contributor Dianna Hank shares her thoughts on Matador! Soul Sounds’ stellar St. Patrick’s Day evening show in New York City.
Stream/download recordings and watch videos from Soulive’s three-show run in Ardmore including collaborations with John Scofield and Danny Mayer.
Chad Berndston’s latest installment of The Art Of The Sit-In features an interview with drummer Alan Evans of Soulive and Matador! Soul Sounds.
Release Day Picks this week highlights new albums by Soulive and the Jerry Garcia Band.
Listen to “Too Late,” “Get Ready and “Mr. Handsome,” the new singles from the upcoming debut Matador! Soul Sounds album ‘Get Ready.’
Listen to “Kings March,” the lead single from Soulive’s first new studio material in six years.
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Like the famous garage infamously known as the Snake Pit in Detroit or the movie theater turned recording studio in Memphis, the once country barn now known as Playonbrother Studios is an unlikely location for a recording studio. Like the aforementioned studios, when you walk into POB studios… you know something special is going to go down.
Playonbrother Studios was originally built as a commercial studio and has recorded/mixed many great artists. After Alan recorded Soulive’s debut RFR release Up Here, his studio has become production HQ for Royal Family Records.
The setlist for the second night of Phish Riviera Maya in Mexico featured another substantial bust out in the first set and a second half packed with a pair of big jams, old-school staples and more.
Bruce Hornsby will release the guest-filled studio album ‘Absolute Zero’ in April, shared its lead single “Voyager One” and confirmed a series of Bruce Hornsby & The Noisemakers tour dates.
Phish’s 2019 trip to Mexico started on an extremely high note with a setlist that included three huge bust outs and two all-time jams. Check out a recap and The Skinny from Thursday night at Phish Riviera Maya.
The JamBase Podcast Episode 31 features a “Musical Mentors” interview with Cory Wong as well as The Rundown review of recent news items.
A celebration of the new Tedeschi Trucks Band album took a more somber tone just days after the passing of founding member Kofi Burbridge.