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Check out photos by Jeremy Williams and a selection of videos from Elephant Revival’s guest-filled farewell at Red Rocks this past Sunday night.
Read a statement from Elephant Revival about their decision to cancel most upcoming shows and soon begin a hiatus.
Colorado’s own Elephant Revival will continue what has turned into an annual tradition with another headlining show at Red Rocks.
Watch Bonnie Paine of Elephant Revival sit for an ‘Apparently This Matters’ interview with Jarrett Bellini.
Details of the inaugural Caravan To Wondergrass have been revealed.
Elephant Revival’s Bonnie Paine was a special guest during The String Cheese Incident’s performance Sunday at the Summer Meltdown Festival in Washington state.
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Latest Elephant Revival Setlist
Elephant Revival at Planet Bluegrass
- Hello YooHoo
- Home in Your Heart
- Remembering a Beginning
- Birds and Stars
- Peace Tonight
- Grace of a Woman
- Girl in the War
- Furthest Shore
- Flight Patterns Weather
- When I Fall
- Have a Cigar
- Single Beds Are Made for One
- Keys to the Kingdom?
- Feels Like Somethings Gonna Die?
- Good Graces
- Rogue River
About Elephant Revival
“Where words fail … music speaks.”
That simple line atop Elephant Revival’s Facebook page contains only five words, but reveals volumes about the band’s reason for being. Music unites us in ways that no other medium can. Even when we don’t understand one another’s languages – we can be moved by a rhythm, soothed by a song. Brought together by a unified sense of purpose – the spirit of five souls working as one, in harmony, creating sounds they could never produce alone.
The five souls in Elephant Revival are Sage Cook (banjo, guitar, mandolin, tenor banjo, bass and fiddle); Bridget Law (fiddle, octave fiddle); Bonnie Paine (washboard, djembe, musical saw, stompbox); Daniel Rodriguez (guitar, banjo, bass); and Dango Rose (double-bass, mandolin, banjo). All share vocals and write songs. Paine delivers additional beats via footstomps on plywood, her stockinged feet doing near jigs as her hands, encased in antique leather gloves, rub silver nickel against corrugated metal.
This Nederland, Colo., quintet are, needless to say, quite a sound to be experienced – especially when they fall into the pocket of a groove containing elements of gypsy, rock, Celtic, alt-country and folk.
The Indie Acoustic Music Project simply labeled their sound “progressive edge.” At least, that’s the category in which it placed the band when it gave their Ruff Shod/Nettwerk Records release, BREAK IN THE CLOUDS, a best CD of 2011 award. It’s as good a label as any to convey what Rose has described as their mission: “to close the gap of separation between us through the eternal revelry of song and dance.”
Elephant Revival also shares a commitment to responsible stewardship of the planet and its inhabitants, working with organizations such as the Conscious Alliance, Calling All Crows, Trees Water & People, and other nonprofits supporting humanitarian causes. Their very name was chosen out of empathy for a pair of zoo pachyderms who, upon being separated after 16 years, died on the same day. The band related that heart-rending story during their April 2012 debut on fellow Coloradoans Nick & Helen Forster’s internationally syndicated “eTown” radio show – like Elephant Revival, a blend of music and social consciousness.
Sitting in the audience during their performance, one music blogger was moved to write, “Elephant Revival serenaded the crowd with arabesque melodies, harmonies and rhythms that braided and coiled into a sublime aural tapestry. Their instrumental dynamics, verse, and even the harrowing story that inspired their appellation, invoked the majesty, mystery and sorrow of Mother Earth.”
Campout for the Cause festival organizers put it this way in an affectionate shoutout on their Facebook page. “We love Elephant Revival so much,” they wrote, “not just for their incredible music and conscious lyrics, but for their commitment to living up to the standards they set forth and setting positive examples.”
It’s a paradigm worth spreading, and that’s what Elephant Revival members intend to continue doing as they carry their music around the world, speaking one song at a time
Keyboardist Robert Walter discussed his “Musical Mentors” and guitarist Ryley Walker shared “Tour Stories” for Episode 23 of ‘The JamBase Podcast.’
Legendary performer Roger Waters performed his Pink Floyd contribution “Two Suns In The Sunset” for the first time on Wednesday night in Salvador, Brazil.
Phish tour continued with their second night at Times Union Center in Albany, New York. Check out the show’s setlist, recap and The Skinny.
Ween made their Ryman Auditorium debut in Nashville last night with help from The Shit Creek Boys at a show heavy on ’12 Golden Country Greats. ‘
Phish opened their 2018 Fall Tour at Times Union Center in Albany, New York on Tuesday. Read a recap, check out photos as well as the setlist and The Skinny.