Video of Lukas Nelson’s guest appearance with Gov’t Mule at this past weekend’s Floyd Fest has surfaced.
Billy Strings accompanied The Wood Brothers on an Allen Toussaint cover at the Ossipee Valley Music Festival in Hiram, Maine.
Leon Bridges performed a song from his new album ‘Good Thing’ and covered a tune by Ginuwine live for ‘Spotify Singles.’
The Zac Brown Band’s second of two stadium shows in New York City featured a pair of rare covers and the tour debut of a beloved original.
A young guitarist had a scene-stealing appearance at Wednesday night’s Foo Fighters concert near Cleveland.
Watch Blackberry Smoke and member of The Magpie Salute team up on jammed-out take on “Can’t You Hear Me Knocking” last night in Columbus, Ohio.
Watch Arctic Monkeys cover The Strokes “Is This It” last night during their gig at Forest Hills Stadium.
The first of two Blackberry Smoke concerts featuring support from The Magpie Salute included a collaborative take on “Fat Man In The Bathtub.”
Nashville-based string band Old Crow Medicine Show covered “Bouncing Around The Room” in Phish’s home turf on Sunday.
The Main Stage action at Thursday’s first day of this year’s Northwest String Summit concluded with two sets from Greensky Bluegrass that included the debut of a Prince cover and a Tim Carbone sit-in.
Thursday’s Joe Russo’s Almost Dead concert at the Prospect Park Bandshell in Brooklyn featured a pair of debuts among Grateful Dead classics.
Seattle rockers Pearl Jam concluded a European Tour later than originally expected with a show featuring a number of rarities.
Pianist Holly Bowling shared official video of a performance of Phish’s “Fast Enough For You” at the Whisper Dome in Schenectady, New York.
Talented youngster Owen York combined more than 20 Umphrey’s McGee songs into one seamless piano medley.
Foo Fighters brought out Red Hot Chilli Peppers drummer Chad Smith and actor John Travolta during their concert in Wantagh, New York.
Lord Huron covered Neil Young’s classic “Harvest Moon” for ‘Spotify Singles.’
Stream Trampled By Turtles cover of Tom Petty’s “Wildflowers.”
Smashing Pumpkins opened the Shiny & Oh So Bright Tour with a career-spanning mix of material and choice covers on Thursday night in Arizona.
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