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The Main Squeeze gets to the heart of what makes Bear Creek so special as they document their experience at this year’s festival.
Sophistafunk, Pigeons Playing Ping Pong, The Nth Power and Jimkata are among the acts taking part in upcoming Live From AURA Studios webcasts.
About The Fritz
The Fritz is a five piece rock band that likes to get funky. This band takes it’s songwriting very seriously, but takes it’s improvisation just as seriously: carefully weaving into each composition the personality of the band and the crowd. While their music may range from hard driving soul to progressive rock, there is always a common thread of passionate energy. Whether live or in the studio, The Fritz continues to create an energetic dance party every time.
In March of 2013, The Fritz released their second studio effort “Bootstrap”. The album is a collection of songs the band wrote over the past 4 years while traveling the Southeast, steadily building a reputation as a live act not to be missed. As they enter 2014, the band begins pre-production for their next studio album to be recorded in their hometown of Asheville, NC. If fans can’t wait for the next studio release they can have their pick of several recent live shows available for free download on their website.
Things have only been getting busier for The Fritz, and the future promises to be exciting. Be on the lookout for the band at venues and festivals throughout the East Coast and Midwest as they continue to bring their relentless drive of intoxicating energy to crowds everywhere.
Each show of Dead & Company’s upcoming New Year’s Run will be featured in live streams.
The documentary ‘Gorillaz: Reject False Icons’ will be screened at theaters worldwide for one night only.
Phish will soon release an official recording of the band’s July 23, 1999 show at the Polaris Amphitheatre in Columbus, Ohio.
Del McCoury and the extended McCoury family revealed the initial DelFest 2020 lineup, which includes Old Crow Medicine Show, Billy Strings, The Infamous Stringdusters and more.
The second episode of Osiris’ ‘After Midnight’ audio documentary examines how Phish built a city to host their Millennium Eve celebration at Big Cypress in Florida’s Everglades and the massive traffic jam that developed as attendees began entering the site.