Southern jam rock immediately evokes images of Black Crowes, The Marshall Tucker Band and The Allman Brothers. HACHA is clearly influenced by these pioneers of the genre, but rather than be a cheap imitation, HACHA builds on that foundation and creates something that is all their own. Finding themselves comfortable sharing the stage with everyone from the Derek Trucks Band to Guster on the East Coast, Hacha has since been able to transplant their “Untraditional American Rock” to the West Coast. Although relatively new to the Left Coast, the boys have since offered support to Strangefolk, Railroad Earth and Tea Leaf Green.
Phish played the second of three Fall Tour 2018 shows at Hampton Coliseum in Hampton, Virginia on Saturday night.
Phish returned to Hampton Coliseum for the first of three Fall Tour 2018 shows on Friday. Check out a recap, the setlist and The Skinny.
Perry Farrell joined Bob Weir & Wolf Bros for a Tom Petty cover and more at The Theatre At Ace Hotel in Los Angeles on Thursday night.
Neil Young will release a new live album ‘Songs For Judy’ which was recorded in 1976 and features the single “Campaigner.”
Keyboardist Robert Walter discussed his “Musical Mentors” and guitarist Ryley Walker shared “Tour Stories” for Episode 23 of ‘The JamBase Podcast.’