Latest The Black Lillies Setlist
The Black Lillies at Bristol Rhythm & Roots Reunion
- Two Hearts Down
- The Fall
- Rambling Boy
- Peach Pickin'
- Ice Museum
- Whiskey Angel
- Where the Black Lillies Grow
- Baby Doe
- 40 Days
- Tall Trees
About The Black Lillies
Known for their captivating blend of rock & roll and country, The Black Lillies have become one of Americana music’s biggest success stories: an internationally-renowned band of roots-rockers, armed with songs that blur the boundaries between genres. They are a mainstay on radio and album sales charts, with a sound that is as powerful in the quieter moments as it is explosive during the jubilant ones. The band’s pared down configuration has resulted in a bigger, deeper sound built on undeniable chemistry, lush three-part harmonies, and instrumental virtuosity with a funky edge.
Their new album Stranger to Me was an immediate critical and fan success, debuting at #5 on the Billboard Folk/Americana chart, #9 on the Billboard Current Country chart, and #61 on the Billboard Top 200 Albums chart – no small feat for a band that eschews record labels in order to remain independent and in control of their sound. And what a sound it is: built on the foundation of the familiar roots rock of some of the greatest bands of the past, but altogether fresh, modern, sharp; swirling with psychedelic overtones, torch ballad longing, and an indie rock edge.
Celebrate Dickey Betts’ 76th birthday by watching the legendary guitarist in action with The Allman Brothers Band on January 16, 1982 in Gainesville, Florida.
The 2020 lineup for Pharrell Williams’ Something In The Water music festival includes Beck, Leon Bridges, Chance the Rapper, Clipse, Foo Fighters and more.
The latest installment of ‘The JamBase Podcast’ features Wilco guitarist Nels Cline.
The Grateful Dead’s rendition of “Help On The Way/Slipknot!/Franklin’s Tower” on June 14, 1991 at RFK Stadium in Washington D.C. is the latest installment of the band’s ‘All The Years Live’ video series.
Phish’s historic “all-night” set at their Big Cypress festival in the early hours of the year 2000 is profiled in the latest installment of Osiris’ ‘After Midnight’ podcast.