If it wasn’t for Chicago’s ridiculous live music scene, Tula would not exist. After several projects on their own, the band met eachother while attending various local concerts, soon realizing they had a common interest in creating fresh, uncompromising improvised music. The band drew together on a mission to move bodies, officialy forming Tula in May of 2008. Diverse influences combined to form a unique sound that is all their own. Tula strives to create a new and different experience with each show, and brings high energy performances with a chill atmosphere. The band has been hitting the road bringing their music to venues and festivals throughout the Midwest. So please, come out and hear for yourself…then stick around for more.
Trey Anastasio Band played sans Cyro Baptista at the House Of Blues in Houston after the percussionist was sidelined with the flu.
Tedeschi Trucks Band delivered an acoustic section to open up the second set of their Chicago Theatre residency closer and also stopped by Buddy Guy’s Legends to perform with the legend himself.
Jerry Joeseph helped Widespread Panic dust off a cover of The Beatles’ “Come Together” during night two of WSP’s Panic En La Playa Nueve run in Mexico, which featured a Red Hot Mama Pajama theme.
Tedeschi Trucks Band returned to the Chicago Theatre on Friday night to continue their four-night residency in The Windy City.
Umphrey’s McGee debuted “Red Room” nearly 13 years since its release on 2007’s ‘The Bottom Half’ and busted out another Rush cover at Stage AE in Pittsburgh.