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Colorado’s The Motet went the disco route on their funky new single “Highly Compatible.”
Start looking ahead to 2019 with a list of the 10 most anticipated albums due out next year from The Allman Betts Band, Tedeschi Trucks Band, Snarky Puppy and more.
The Motet and Galactic will co-headline Red Rocks in 2019 with support from Moon Hooch.
Colorado funk act The Motet detailed an extensive Winter Tour 2019 in support of their forthcoming ‘Death Or Devotion’ studio album.
Listen to “Whacha Gonna Bring,” the lead single from The Motet’s 2019 studio album ‘Death Or Devotion.’
Colorado-based funk band The Motet detailed support, cities and venues for a four-night New Year’s Run.
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Lyle Divinsky, a.k.a. The Sasquatch of Soul, “doesn’t front: he sings soul and R&B, and that’s that. There are no tags or modifiers needed: his music is pure and honest. His focus is so spectacular that his originals sound like instant classics that might have had a life on 45s and crackly AM radio for decades” (Todd Richard, The Portland Phoenix). Hailing from Portland, ME, Divinsky moved to the delicious apple just over 2 years ago, and has been crooning his way into the hearts and hips of the 5 boroughs since. To quote NYC blogger/music aficionado, Sami Promisloff, “Lyle Divinsky is the minister of soul and master of babymaking music for ALL TIME… and scene.”
Guest-filled sets from Sister Sparrow, Galactic, The Nth Power and TAUK were among the highlights of day four aboard Jam Cruise 17.
Jam Cruise 17 hit the halfway mark on Thursday. JamBase’s Scott Bernstein shares five of his favorite moments from day three.
The Avett Brothers announced a batch of 2019 Summer Tour dates with Lake Street Dive tapped to open.
The first full day of Jam Cruise 17 included a mass wedding, a Bob Marley tribute, two outstanding Khruangbin performances and more.
Ryan Adams’ upcoming single “Fuck The Rain” features John Mayer and the singer-songwriter revealed he working on a “secret thing” with Grateful Dead guitarist Bob Weir.