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Release Day Picks this week highlights new albums by Bob Dylan, Eric Clapton, Mudcrutch, Ana Popovic and a various artists compilation tribute to the Grateful Dead.
Listen to an exclusive stream of the new Ana Popovic track “Hook Me Up” featuring Robert Randolph off her upcoming new album ‘Trilogy.’
Guitarist Ana Popovic has announced a new guest-filled triple album ‘Trilogy’ which will be released in May.
About Ana Popovic
May 13th 1976, Ana Popovic was born in the war torn town of Belgrade, formerly Yugoslavia, the first daughter of Milutin and Vesna Popovic. Ana grew up in a warm and loving family where music was very important. Her father Milutin is a highly recognized guitar / bass player, who throughout her youth, always invited friends over for nightly jam sessions where Ana listened and analyzed the deep artistic roots of her music. In this atmosphere, she quickly picked up her father’s impressive blues and soul record collection, grabbed his guitar and went to work at a young age of 15. Since then, Ana Popovic has developed into an incredible guitarist/vocalist who now currently resides in The Netherlands. The most impressive aspect of Ana’s music is her diversity of techniques and styles. Her blend of smoking electric funk slide guitar, jazzy instrumentals, tight blues groove, soulful feminine vocals and Ana’s incredible stage presence makes her an irresistible force in the music world.
Her meteoric career shows no signs of slowing down. Ana will continue to march forward and carry on the tradition of her father, her roots, and her true love of the music she was destined to play. Ana’s latest CD, “Blind For Love,” was released July 21, 2009 on Eclecto Groove Records.
Brandi Carlile’s third of six 2020 Ryman Auditorium concerts featured guest appearances from The War & Treaty and Sheryl Crow.
Dark Star Orchestra recreated two classic Grateful Dead shows and played a pair of elective concerts as part of their Jam In The Sand 2020 destination event in Mexico last week.
Mike Gordon dusted off “Soulfood Man” for the first time since 2017 and just second time since 2014 as part of his band’s Sunday night show at Mr. Small’s in Pittsburgh.
Wilco loaded their setlist with bust outs and rarities on Sunday at their Sky Blue Sky destination event in Mexico.
Dead & Company focused on Jerry songs over the course of Sunday’s matinee at Playing In The Sand in Mexico.