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Yonder Mountain String Band, Doom Flamingo and Doyle Bramhall II are among the additions to the 2019 The Marcus King Band Family Reunion lineup.
The lineup for the inaugural Into The Woods Music Festival features Leftover Salmon, John Medeski’s Mad Skillet and many others.
Bassist Mike Gordon and keyboardist Robert Walter made surprise appearances at a jam hosted by members of Doom Flamingo at Charleston’s Bar Mash on Monday night.
Synthwave act Doom Flamingo recently unveiled the single “Domingo’s Drive,” added a handful of tour dates and confirmed a graphic novel and beer collaboration are in the works.
Here’s a look at 10 new bands that made a big impression in 2018.
Synthwave act Doom Flamingo featuring Ryan Stasik of Umphrey’s McGee released their first two singles.
About Doom Flamingo
Ryan Stasik (Bass)
Mike Quinn (Sax)
Ross Bogan (Keys)
Thomas Kenney (Guitar)
Stu White (Drums)
Kanika Moore (Vocals)
Ross Bogan: “We just want to make people dance. It’s a ritual.”
Doom Flamingo is a six-headed synthwave beast with a Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde element to the songwriting. Top Gun guitar riffs and Miami Beach poolside lounge-vibes, are all at once contrasted with eerie darksynth soundscapes reminiscent of old John Carpenter films.
Doom Flamingo came together organically through friendships and past collaborations in their hometown of Charleston, South Carolina. The sextet features bassist Ryan Stasik, of the prolific rock band Umphrey’s McGee, alongside a cast of powerhouse musicians. Dynamic vocalist, Kanika Moore, sets the project into hyperdrive.
Acclaimed singer-songwriter John Prine has cancelled a number of upcoming dates and is working on rescheduling the shows while he deals with a medical issue.
Keller Williams has announced his Fall Tour 2019, which spans from September through December.
Gov’t Mule laid out plans for a 13-show fall tour spanning September through early-October.
Ween extended their HalloWEEN run at the Mission Ballroom in Denver after the first two concerts sold out.
Vida Blue confirmed their first tour since 2004, which comes in support of the quartet’s forthcoming ‘Crossing Lines’ studio album.