• Phish Performs On Coney Island

    Phish Drummer Jon Fishman Joins Bernie Sanders at Rally, Candidate Secures Jamband Vote

    Following Super Tuesday, Bernie Sanders immediately returned to the campaign trail, stopping at a "Future to Believe In" rally at the State Theatre in Portland, Maine, where voters who "feel the Bern" were treated to a performance by the Kenya Hall Band featuring Jon Fishman of Phish on drums. During the rally the presidential candidate declared the band "one of the great bands in this country."
  • Brett McKenzie and Jemaine Clement attend the 'Flight of the Conchords' season 2 viewing party

    Flight of the Conchords Announce Summer Tour 2016 with New Music

    When Flight of the Conchords announced they would be returning to the live stage for the Newport Folk Festival in July, buzz immediately started with fans wondering whether or not the "Business Time" duo would be filling out the summer with a full tour. On Monday (Feb. 29), Jemaine Clement and Bret McKenzie confirmed that they will, in fact, be traveling across North American starting this June, debuting new music along the way.
  • Matt Logan Vasquez

    Matthew Logan Vasquez of Delta Spirit UK, US Tour Dates: New Song 'Personal' [LISTEN]

    Matthew Logan Vasquez (frontman of Delta Spirit and singer in Middle Brother) is releasing his first solo LP, Solicitor Returns, on Feb. 19, via DevilDuck Records. Since we know that fans of his bands probably can't wait to hear Vasquez's solo material, we have a brand new track to share with you today! You can listen to this song, "Personal" below, and make sure to check out the recently announced UK and US tour dates for Vasquez, too!
  • David Brown Plays With Santana At Woodstock

    Woodstock 2019? 50th Anniversary Concert Being Planned

    Michael Lang, one of the founding organizers of the original Woodstock festival that drove thousands to Max Yasgur's family farm in Bethel, NY for three days of peace, love and music in August of 1969, has revealed that a 50th anniversary concert is being planned.
  • Bruce Springsteen, Getty Images

    Bruce Springsteen Announces Autobiography, 'Born to Run'

    Bruce Springsteen is ready to share his autobiography this year, with Sept. 27, 2016 marking to release date of the aptly titled book, Born to Run. According to the press release for this memoir, "The Boss" started writing this book after his 2009 Super Bowl halftime show appearance, detailing his childhood, career and more.
  • American country singer and songwriter Johnny Cash (1932 - 2003) walks inside the gates of Folsom Prison, preparing to perform his fourth concert for inmates there, California, 1964.

    Johnny Cash Trail in Folsom Adding 40-Foot 'Man in Black' Statue with 'Ring of Fire' Details

    In 2014, Folsom Prison unveiled a 2.5-mile path named after music icon Johnny Cash. In 2018, the Johnny Cash Trail and Overpass is getting a 40-foot tall statue of the "Folsom Prison Blues" singer, made by artist Gary Tillery, nicknamed the "Man in Black." If all of these references to Cash's songs weren't enough for you, when the sun sets behind the statue, certain details make it look like Cash in engulfed in a "Ring of Fire."
  • 2015 Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival - Day 4

    Coachella, Bonnaroo and Governors Ball Have Priciest Festival Tickets on Resale Market

    Music festival season has officially commenced for music fans around the U.S. as top festivals like Bonnaroo, Governors Ball and Coachella have announced their stacked lineups and ticket on-sales over the past month. With artists like Dead & Company, Kanye West, Calvin Harris and Guns N' Roses at the top of the bill, it goes without saying those three festivals will have some of the most sought after passes, and since their on-sales, passes to all three festivals have become increasingly harder--and more expensive--to obtain.
  • 'Heaven Adores You' OST, Elliott Smith documentary

    Listen to Rare, Unreleased Elliott Smith Songs from 'Heaven Adores You' Documentary Soundtrack

    The soundtrack to Heaven Adores You, the critically acclaimed documentary about tortured musical artist Elliott Smith, features a number of rare and unreleased tracks recording by the late singer-songwriter. It has a release date set for Feb. 5, 2016, so the people behind the documentary are sharing some of these songs this week online. You can listen to an unreleased, solo version of "Plainclothes Man," a song from Smith's former band Heatmiser, and a rare track entitled "True Love," both off of the new soundtrack, below.
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