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Vermont jam quartet Twiddle was joined by Phil Lesh, Grahame Lesh, Todd Stoops and Stick Figure for portions of their first-ever headlining show at the iconic Red Rocks.
A batch of 10 dates have been added to Slightly Stoopid’s School’s Out For Summer 2018 tour with Stick Figure and Pepper.
This summer, Slightly Stoopid will team with Stick Figure and Pepper for a cross-country tour.
Vermont jam quartet Twiddle will make their first headlining appearance at Red Rocks in May.
Stick Figure will team up with Twiddle and Iya Terra for the cross-country Above The Storm Tour early next year.
California reggae/dub act Stick Figure brought their Set In Stone Tour to The Fillmore along with Fortunate Youth and Raging Fyah, where Sterling Munksgard captured the action.
About Stick Figure
Stick Figure delivers a unique sound of reggae, dub and rock steady. Stick Figure’s music is written, produced, and recorded by lead singer, Scott Woodruff. At an early age, Scott became fascinated with the art of music and began playing the drums. Eventually, his passion for music grew and he acquired the skills to sing, play the guitar, bass, keyboards and produce the music.
All of Stick Figure’s songs are made by recording each instrument separately, layering several tracks on top of one another in unison.
What was at one time a one-man operation, Stick Figure has now developed into a full four-piece band that conveys the same unique sound. Relocated to Southern California, Stick Figure added three new members for the live band, Brendan Dane (bass), Todd Smith (drums), and Kevin Bong (keys). Together, the band is breaking new grounds in the scene.
The fourth full length studio ablum, “The Reprise Sessions” marks the first official release of the new 4-piece band. Maintaining their roots, while expanding their musicianship, Stick Figure is proud to announce the release of 12 freshly polished signature tracks, blending roots reggae with heavy hard-hitting dub and bass rhythms. The album drops August 3, 2010.
Bobby’s busy weekend at Lockn continued Saturday as Grateful Dead guitarist Bob Weir sat-in with Twiddle and Oteil & Friends.
Watch Billy Strings sit-in (literally) with Widespread Panic during their acoustic show at The Ryman Auditorium in Nashville Saturday night.
Trey Anastasio joined Tedeschi Trucks Band for a complete performance of Derek & The Dominoes’ classic album ‘Layla’ last night at Lockn’.
Watch Bob Weir perform Grateful Dead songs with Old Crow Medicine Show and “Deep Elem Blues” with Edie Brickell from Lockn’ 2019.
Widespread Panic kicks off their three-night run at the Ryman in Nashville with a number of bust outs from Neil Young, The Beatles and more.