About Nicky Romero
It was January 6th, 1989 when young Dutchman Nicky Romero saw his first light of day. Born and raised in a small city called Amerongen, Nicky developed an interest for music at a very young age. At the age of 6 he hit his first snare drum after joining a marching band and this is where it all kicked off for young Nicky. After saving up for a little while, Nicky obtained his first drum kit and started banging away at it like there was no tomorrow. For the next three years there was only one beat to be heard in the Romero household, Nicky’s beat, practising the drums day and night. Being bored with the drum kit, made way for a brand new set of turntables. Studying and practising his mixing skills were mainly what Nicky’s life consisted of at the time. Already flirting with the idea of making his own music and rocking the crowds some day. When Nicky finished school, the path was clear and the objective was set, producing music became not only a career, but a way of life!
Phish highlighted their Friday night headlining set at Bonnaroo with a healthy dose of cosmic disco, while leaning in on a number of their most well-known jam vehicles.
After a multi-year hiatus, Gov’t Mule made their Mountain Jam return count on Friday night at Bethel Woods in Bethel, New York.
Dead & Company fit their debut version of “To Lay Me Down” into the setlist on Friday night in Chicago at Wrigley Field.
Listen to Don Was sit-in with Tedeschi Trucks Band during their concert in Tokyo.
- The JamBase Podcast Episode 39: Yonder Mountain String Band's Adam Aijala & North Mississippi Allstars' Luther Dickinson
The latest episode of The JamBase Podcast features “The Art Of The Setlist” with Yonder Mountain String Band guitarist Adam Aijala, “Musical Mentors” with Luther Dickinson of The North Mississippi Allstars as well as “The Rundown” of recent news stories and is sponsored by Passion House Coffee and nugs.net.