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The lineup of musicians Matt Butler will lead during an Everyone Orchestra performance at Higher Ground later this month has been revealed.
The String Cheese Incident welcomed a parade of guests during the first of four scheduled headlining shows at this year’s Electric Forest Festival.
The lineup for an upcoming Everyone Orchestra concert at Terrapin Crossroads includes Grateful Dead bassist Phil Lesh.
Organizers of the Summer Camp Music Festival have revealed the lineup for this year’s Make A Difference Celebration With Everyone Orchestra.
A pair of all-star lineups for Everyone Loves Ardmore have been announced as well as John K. performing songs from ‘The Pizza Tapes.’
Matt Butler brought his Everyone Orchestra to the Putnam Den in Saratoga Springs, New York. Check out photos and a review from Bryan Lasky.
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About Matt Butler
MATT BUTLER is the founder and conductor of The Everyone Orchestra, a revolving cast of stellar musicians he brings together for festival superjams and special events. He is also the drummer for Hot Buttered Rum and a producer and composer as well.
Matt creates organic grooves and songs with Native American drums, didgeridoo, trapset and vocals. Matt’s debut CD, The Redwood Project is a benefit CD to help protect California’s ancient redwood ecosystem and was featured in the Grateful Dead Almanac. Good Options, his second release, features stellar guest performances by Dr. Didg and members of Ratdog and Jambay.
For more than eight years, Matt was the drummer for West Coast jam band Jambay. With over 1,000 performances to their credit, Jambay frequented music festivals such as HORDE, Laguna Seca Daze, Hogfarm Pignic and Bumbershoot. Jambay also worked with Ken Kesey as the pit band for his play Twister.
Matt also spends time as a studio drummer and producer and loves making music with kids.
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.
Jam titans Widespread Panic confirmed a pair of three-night runs scheduled for March 2019.