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Strangefolk will return to Jay Peak Resort in Vermont this August for the 2019 Garden Of Eden Festival.
Watch the video for Reid Genauer & Folks’ cover of The Beatles classic “All You Need Is Love.”
Vermont-birthed jam quartet Strangefolk confirmed the late night acts for next month’s Garden Of Eden music festival.
Last night’s moe. tour opener at Terrapin Crossroads saw the band focus on Grateful Dead repertoire classics with Phil Lesh in the first set and originals in the second set.
Watch the official video for Reid Genauer & Folks’ ‘Conspire To Smile’ rendition of “Hey Jude” by The Beatles, which also features Scott Metzger, Ryan Montbleau, Dave Diamond and Marc Friedman.
Listen to Episode Five of ‘The JamBase Podcast’ featuring “The Rundown” of the latest news, “Reelin’ In The Years” with Chris Wood, a remembrance of John Perry Barlow & “Quit My Day Job” starring Reid Genauer.
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About Reid Genauer
Reid Genauer is an American singer songwriter best known as the lead singer and guitar player in Strangefolk and Assembly of Dust. His music bounces between Woodstock, Nashville and Bonnaroo. He takes early 70’s Americana swagger, and infuses it with his personal and music perspective earning him comparisons to the next generation of Americana heroes including Ryan Adams, Widespread Panic, and Wilco. Hooky melodies, poetic lyrics, and a profound depth of musicianship prompted USA Today to say Genauer has what it takes to “dazzle the Alt-Country universe.”
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.