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Jamtronica supergroup Electron will play a pair of shows near home next month.
Watch members of the Disco Biscuits, Lotus and American Babies come together for an Electron show at their hometown venue.
Watch Electron perform a 20-minute rendition of “Dogs” off Pink Floyd’s legendary ‘Animals’ LP on Jam Cruise 14 this past January.
Live webcasts of a pair of upcoming Electron shows at Brooklyn Bowl in New York City have been announced including a special tribute performance.
Read Scott Bernstein’s recap of his fun filled second day aboard Jam Cruise 14.
Now that the music schedule is here, we can dig into what to expect aboard Jam Cruise 14.
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Electron at The Pavilion at Montage Mountain
- In the Flesh
Electron is a four piece band created by The Disco Biscuits’ bass player Marc Brownstein. Originally put together for two special shows in the summer of 2000, the original members spent a good portion of that summer composing and rehearsing what has become the Disco Biscuits’ second rock opera, The Chemical Warfare Brigade. Though the opera was written for Electron, it’s songs have become standard heavy hitters in TDB’s rotation over the last four years.
Well after several line-up changes and several years, the original members of Electron are back together, and ready for some fun. It has been nearly four years since this line-up has brought their unique brand of in your face fun to the big Apple, but on April 10th, they bring the heat to BB Kings, in the heart of Times Square.
The initial 2019 lineup for the High Sierra Music Festival includes Greensky Bluegrass, Jim James and many more.
Legendary rocker Neil Young detailed a series of January 2019 solo shows.
SiriusXM satellite radio will re-launch Phish Radio on Monday and continuing through New Year’s Day, including a live broadcast of the band’s New Year’s Eve concert.
Rocker Dave Grohl at first didn’t want to perform “All Apologies” from his Nirvana days during Sunday’s Pop Up Snow Jam with Warren Haynes but is glad he changed his mind.
WinterWonderGrass founder Scott Stoughton, Tim Carbone of Railroad Earth and The Infamous Stringdusters’ Chris Pandolfi discuss the festival’s Vermont debut.