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Phish guitarist Trey Anastasio will bring the Trey Anastasio Band back to Brooklyn Bowl in New York City on April 28 and 29.
Listen to all of Phish and most of the Trey Anastasio Band team up for a wild “Sand” as part of “The Vermont Easter Jam,” which took place 15 years ago today.
Release Day Picks this week highlights new albums by The Infamous Stringdusters, Molly Tuttle, Bryce Dessner, GRiZ, Natalie Cressman & Ian Faquini and Club d’Elf.
Phish frontman Trey Anastasio added a pair of shows in Vail to his Trey Anastasio Band’s upcoming summer tour.
Trey Anastasio Band will perform two concerts at the soon-to-open Mission Ballroom in Denver.
The return of the Trey Anastasio Band will come a month earlier than previously expected.
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About Natalie Cressman
New York-based trombonist/singer/ composer Natalie Cressman has won acclaim for her ability to play fluently in a variety of musical styles with maturity beyond her years. Hailed a “velveteen-voiced brass-blower” by the Denver Post, the 20 year-old has sought to stretch across stylistic boundaries with every project she takes on, each time striking listeners with the depth of her musicianship and her ability to blend seamlessly into so many different musical settings. Enamored with the music of Brazil, Cuba, India, along with the American jazz and folk traditions, Natalie’s versatility and enthusiasm for new music has propelled her into a richly diverse musical career.
Watch Jason Isbell and Widespread Panic shred through two classic rock covers at the final day of the 2019 SweetWater 420 Fest in Atlanta.
Iconic guitarist Eric Clapton announced a series of U.S. tour dates leading up the 2019 Crossroads Music Festival.
The Avett Brothers unearthed their take on Randy Travis’ 1987 #1 country hit “Forever And Ever, Amen” for the first time since 2017 last night in Mississippi – watch fan-shot video.
- The String Cheese Incident Honor Chuck Berry & Unearth Miles Davis Cover In St. Louis: Full Show Audio
The String Cheese Incident paid homage to Chuck Berry and unearthed Miles Davis’ “All Blues” for the first time since 2004 last night at the Fox Theater – listen to full show audio.
The String Cheese Incident kicked off a two-night stand at the Fox Theater in St. Louis by dusting off covers by Traffic, Led Zeppelin and Billie Joe Shaver.