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Turbo Suit will play a final show before breaking up.
The Umphrey’s McGee bassist tells us about his musical relationship with Nirvana and more including what’s ahead for UM.
The funk revivalists will end 2015 and begin 2016 in The Windy City.
The Indianapolis based band has announced the first set of dates for the Tiger Blood tour including a complete performance of Nevermind.
Thursday marked the start of the 15th annual Summer Camp Music Festival in Chillicothe, Illinois.
Listen to the first track issued in the “Singles Night” series that will feature a new remix every two weeks while the band is out on their Summer Tour.
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About Turbo Suit
Turbo Suit is a vibrant voice in live electronic music. The versatile Indianapolis trio is comprised of David Embry on production and vocals, Nicholas Gerlach on tenor saxophone and EWI, and Jeff Peterson on drums.
While under the name Cosby Sweater, the band has been making crowds dance since their launch in 2012. They have shared the stage with Pretty Lights, Umphreys McGee, The Disco Biscuits, Lotus, Deltron 3030 and EOTO, and performed at a plethora of top national festivals. On multiple occasions the band has been joined by Joel Cummins of Umphreys McGee on keyboards.
Turbo Suit consistently drops new original music with songs that are infectiously danceable, making it impossible not to groove along with the winding, sensual saxophone melodies and ultra-accessible beats. They also regularly release popular Turbo Suit-style remixes of tracks by their contemporaries.
Coming off of a fall tour highlighted by a group of Live Nation Ones to Watch dates and shows across the U.S, all signs are pointing to a monumental 2015 that includes releasing a new full-length album featuring several special guests.
The initial 2019 lineup for the High Sierra Music Festival includes Greensky Bluegrass, Jim James and many more.
Legendary rocker Neil Young detailed a series of January 2019 solo shows.
SiriusXM satellite radio will re-launch Phish Radio on Monday and continuing through New Year’s Day, including a live broadcast of the band’s New Year’s Eve concert.
Rocker Dave Grohl at first didn’t want to perform “All Apologies” from his Nirvana days during Sunday’s Pop Up Snow Jam with Warren Haynes but is glad he changed his mind.
WinterWonderGrass founder Scott Stoughton, Tim Carbone of Railroad Earth and The Infamous Stringdusters’ Chris Pandolfi discuss the festival’s Vermont debut.