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13 Tracks Phish Have Never Played At MSG

by Raffaela Kenny-Cincotta on July 21, 2017
At the Baker’s Dozen, Phish will perform at least 26 sets, which means Trey, Mike, Page and Fishman will have plenty of time to play whatever they want. Sure, there will most likely be a...

Parting Shots: Steven Van Zandt

by Dean Budnick on July 19, 2017
Steven Van Zandt is a Renaissance man. This term is particularly appropriate because, as he states, “I don’t have much interest in the modern world, and I don’t pretend to.” Nonetheless,...

Journey to the Center of the Gizzverse with King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard

by Jesse Jarnow on July 17, 2017
In Manhattan's Webster Hall, the seven members of King Gizzard and The Lizard Wizard stand in a tight cluster in the middle of the venue’s floor and stare upwards, into the flashing light. From...

Chronixx Shares His Chronology

by Larson Sutton on July 14, 2017
No newcomer has gripped the reggae world in recent years quite like Chronixx. His debut EP, Hooked on Chronixx, came as a free download in 2011, followed by another EP, 2014’s smash, Dread and...

H.O.R.D.E. at 25: Alternative Names from Phish and Widespread Panic

by Dean Budnick on July 10, 2017
photos by Steve EichnerPhish, Widespread Panic, Spin Doctors, and Col. Bruce Hampton and Aquarium Rescue Unit. After the bands all agreed to play some dates together they still needed a name for...

Remembering Fare Thee Well Two Years Later

July 03, 2017
The Fourth of July weekend will forever signify a special anniversary in the history of the Grateful Dead as this is when the surviving core members got together for a blowout 50th anniversary...

Jared Scharff: From Velvet Frogg to Pearl Lion (with SNL Along The Way)

by Matt Inman on June 28, 2017
You may not know the name Jared Scharff, but he’s been part of an iconic American tradition for a decade. The guitarist and songwriter is part of the Saturday Night Live house band, which opens...

Searching for Mayhem: Preservation Hall Jazz Band

by Tim Donnelly on June 26, 2017
Two elderly gentlemen of different linguistic backgrounds recently congregated in the “House of Jazz” at Havana, Cuba's Santa Amalia. They can’t communicate verbally, so they speak to each...

Reflections with Robert Hunter

by Dean Budnick on June 23, 2017
photo by Jay BlakesbergRobert Hunter turns 76 years old today (his longtime friend and collaborator Jerome John Garcia  would have turned 75 on August 1). Here we look back to our 2013...

The Core: Widespread Panic’s Dave Schools

by Mike Greenhaus on June 21, 2017
Photo credit: Dean BudnickBassist Dave Schools dives into his band’s new touring approach, studying Stravinsky and why it’s time to tend to the home front.FESTIVALS WE DIG, RUNS WE...

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