It appears the All Good Music Festival will return to West Virginia in 2014.
Aaron “Gene Ween” Freeman has released a collection of six demos he recorded between 2009 – 2011.
Phish fan John Kozak writes about his experience winning on The Price Is Right.
The next Jerry Garcia archival release will feature JGB and Weir/Wasserman sets from two Fall 1989 shows.
Sullivan Hall, a venue in the heart of NYC’s Greenwich Village, has unexpectedly closed its doors.
A Phish fan gave a shoutout to the fans and won big on today’s episode of The Price Is Right.
Billboard.com has revealed the new U2 album is due in April.
Jam stalwarts moe. will welcome the Conehead Buddha horn section for a New Year’s Eve performance in Albany.
Henry Shindler helped Pink Floyd co-founder Roger Waters figure out where his father died.
The Widespread Panic Archive opens up for the release of an exceptional show from 2001.
The major religions celebrate love and harmony with a performance of “Ain’t Talkin’ ’bout Love” by Van Halen on the latest episode of South Park.
Next week John Fogerty will play three shows at the Beacon Theatre in NYC. At each gig he will perform a classic Creedence Clearwater Revival album as well as other material.
A new trio will make their debut on Saturday night at Brooklyn Bowl.
The next installment of the Road Tapes series of Frank Zappa live archival releases will contain at least one of two shows he played in Helsinki, Finland on August 23, 1973.
YMSB has just announced a Winter Tour and has revealed it will play a number of shows without Jeff Austin.
Two jam scene fixtures with a history of innovating have created a new partnership.
Jim James of My Morning Jacket revealed he never actually talked to headliner Bob Dylan during the AmericanaramA tour.
Beck will be joined by the LA Philharmonic and many special guests to perform songs from his Song Reader book of sheet music this November.
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