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Watch Papadosio’s improv-heavy rendition of “Holy Heck,” from the group’s Valentine’s Day show in Birmingham, Alabama.
Papadosio will perform along the East Coast on the band upcoming 2019 Spring Tour.
Livetronica act Papadosio will play the storied Caverns deep underground this summer.
Livetronica act Papadosio detailed an extensive tour of Colorado to start 2019.
Watch the trippy video for the title track from Papadosio’s recently released studio album ‘Content Coma.’
Release Day Picks this week highlights new albums by Paul McCartney, Paul Simon, Grateful Dead, St. Paul and The Broken Bones, Jennifer Hartswick and Papadosio.
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Formed in Athens, OH, Papadosio has been creating a home at the forefront of live electronica for five years. With a sound defined by unexpected combinations, this quintet has wowed crowds at clubs, theaters, and festivals across the country. The bands songwriting showcases improvisational interludes and refreshing vocal harmonies with an amplified message of transcendence, unity, and universal understanding. Now hailing from Asheville, NC, Papadosio’s mission is clear: to combine eclectic musical traditions with modern electronica to stir the heart and fuel the mind.
Drummer Kris Myers and lighting crew chief Aaron “Louie” Meyette discuss Umphrey’s McGee on Inside Out With Turner & Seth.
Devon Allman and Duane Betts discuss The Allman Betts Band’s upcoming tour, new album and growing up in The Allman Brothers Band family.
Check out photos, video, the setlist and a recap of last night’s Mike Gordon concert at White Eagle Hall in Jersey City, New Jersey.
Carlos Santana will release ‘Africa Speaks’ his new Rick Rubin produced album later this year. Listen to the record’s lead single “Los Invisibles,” which features Buika on vocals.
Dick Dale, “The King Of The Surf Guitar,” died at the age of 81.