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Futurebirds Thomas Johnson continues the JamBase Major League Baseball preview with a look at the Atlanta Braves’ upcoming season.
Watch the official video for Futurebirds’ single “twentyseven” from their 2015 album ‘Hotel Parties.’
Listen to “twentyseven” from the upcoming new LP Hotel Parties and see where the band will play this fall.
JamBase contributor Donovan Farley spotlights Futurebirds as a band you should dig.
Dennis Cook and Eric Podolsky share their thoughts and Andrew Quist provides photos from another amazing High Sierra.
Covered in kudzu and swathed in a blanket of humidity, spanish moss, feedback and reverb exists Futurebirds; six Georgia natives who currently call Athens “home.” In 2009, these folks self-produced and released the six song Futurebirds EP”one of undeniable character. Less than a year later, there was a full-length in the can. That album, Hampton’s Lullaby, garnered praise for its Appalachian harmonies and ethereal melodies. The band toured, and continues to tour in 2011, in support of that collection of songs, as well as in anticipation of two upcoming releases. The first, Via Flamina, a four song collection of new originals and inspired covers, will drop on April Fools Day via multiple formats. Only a few weeks later, on April 19th, Autumn Tone Records will digitally release a re-mastered version of the original EP. Athens’ own up-and-coming label, Holy Owned Subsidiary, will offer the EP on One Hundred and Fifty Gram vinyl in a package featuring art hand-fashioned by the band. Only Four Hundred copies will be available.
Futurebirds hopes to find your face in the crowd.
Longtime Derek Trucks Band and Tedeschi Trucks Band multi-instrumentalist Kofi Burbridge has died at age 57.
The initial 2019 LOCKN’ Festival lineup has been revealed and features Trey Anastasio Band with guest Derek Trucks, Tedeschi Trucks Band with special guest Trey Anastasio and more.
Legendary rockers Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band are approaching the end of their farewell tour.
The inaugural Suwannee Rising Music Festival will feature Lettuce, moe., Oteil & Friends and more.
Railroad Earth confirmed an extensive spring tour that includes April and May legs.