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Yonder Moutain String Band welcomed Andrew McConathy of The Drunken Hearts for an old staple cover during their set at Ardmore Music Hall in Pennsylvania.
Yonder Mountain String Band’s 1999 debut album, ‘Elevation,’ has been re-released on vinyl in celebration of the record’s 20th anniversary.
JamBase contributor Sarah Hagerman shares her take on the all-star “What The Night Brings” tribute to Jeff Austin that took place on Monday night at the 1stBank Center in Broomfield, Colorado.
Yonder Mountain String Band confirmed another leg of their 2020 winter tour that includes nine dates with The Travelin’ McCourys.
Yonder Mountain String Band gets their 2020 winter tour underway early in January and concludes the run by teaming up with The Infamous Stringdusters for a series of co-bills.
Railroad Earth welcomed Yonder Mountain String Band’s Allie Kral and Jake Jolliff at Hillberry to pay tribute to Andy Goessling.
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About Allie Kral
Allie Kral was best known as the fiddle player for Cornmeal. She played internationally with Cornmeal from 2003 – 2013. She has shared the stage with such musical acts as Cornmeal, Moe., Tea Leaf Green, Railroad Earth, Warren Haynes, Big Head Todd, Great American Taxi, Hot Buttered Rum, Trampled By Turtles, Green Mountain Grass, New Monsoon, Leftover Salmon, among many others! She has recorded with such artists as Cornmeal, Moe., Al and the Transamericans, Trevor Garrod, The Aaron Williams Band, Green Mountain Grass, Bridget Lyons, among others!
Live Nation detailed the company’s 2020 Lawn Pass promotion, which gives purchasers unlimited lawn access to concerts at one of 29 select Live Nation amphitheaters.
Kamasi Washington will embark on a month-long tour of the U.S. during the winter of 2020.
Phish’s Fall Tour 2019 continued Wednesday at Pittsburgh’s Petersen Events Center with a setlist featuring debuts, bust outs and Fish playing the vacuum.
To remember the legendary Frank Zappa, check out video of a full show from the Capitol Theatre in Passaic, New Jersey on October 13, 1978.
Joe Russo’s Almost Dead are the first act confirmed for the 2020 High Sierra Music Festival.