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Soulive was joined by special guests Marcus King, Maurice Brown, Tash Neal and Frédéric Yonnet for the fourth show of their Bowlive VIII residency at Brooklyn Bowl.
Watch the second half of the mini-doc, ‘The Bowlive Story,’ featuring Soulive and the Brooklyn Bowl owners.
Soulive was joined by Oteil Burbridge, Elliot Skinner and Victoria Skinner on Friday and John Scofield and Avery Sunshine on Saturday at Brooklyn Bowl for the second and third nights of Bowlive VIII.
Soulive was joined by Ivan Neville, Jared Sims and Brian Thomas for portions of their Bowlive VIII opener on Thursday night at Brooklyn Bowl in New York City.
Free live streams of the first weekend of Soulive’s Bowlive VIII residency are available. In addition, Relix shared ‘The Bowlive Story | Part 1: The Genesis’ mini-documentary.
Soulive revealed the special guests for the final six concerts of their upcoming Bowlive VIII residency at Brooklyn Bowl in New York City.
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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.
Watch Greensky Bluegrass welcome Lil Smokies for “Midnight Moonlight” during their Red Rocks three-night run opener.
Watch Warren Haynes and Alison Krauss sit-in with Bonnie Raitt at last night’s Outlaw Music Festival stop in Philadelphia.
Ringo Starr will release, his 20th studio album, ‘What’s My Name,’ in October and previewed the LP by unveiling its title track.
Hitmaker Eddie Money died on Friday due to complications from stage 4 esophageal cancer.
The Who announced their first album in 13 years, ‘Who,’ released the single “Ball & Chain,” played an intimate acoustic set in New York City and announced a U.K. Tour 2020.