The Texas Gentlemen are not your average studio band. At last year’s Newport Folk Festival, the Dallas natives finally got their due. They joined Kris Kristofferson on stage for his first appearance at the festival since 1969, when he played guitar for Johnny Cash as a total newcomer. Continue reading
Get ready for high-energy music that mixes funk, rock & roll, hip-hop, and jazz into the same pot, glueing everything together with the brassy influence — and heavy grooves — of New Orleans. Continue reading
After a 33-year hiatus, legendary Boston punk rock band, The Proletariat has decided to reunite for a few select shows, including their Narrows performance on Friday, November 10th. Continue reading
…extraordinary songs, mesmerizing guitar playing, and a voice that goes effortlessly from bruise-tender to scar-hard in a matter of minutes…
Though he holds a British passport and is an inductee of the British Blues Hall of Fame, Matt Schofield has been making his mark globally as one of the top players in the new class of six string wunderkinds.
This American new wave band, formed in the 70’s in Berkeley, California is best known for the singles “Only the Lonely” and “Suddenly Last Summer”—each of which peaked at No. 9 on the Billboard Hot 100. While the band members have changed throughout the years, their style and passion to create quality music has never wavered.
GRAMMY-award winner and six-time GRAMMY nominee, Peter Rowan is a bluegrass singer-songwriter with a career spanning over five decades. Continue reading
This is a great double-bill that is sure to pull on the heart strings and get your toes tapping. Continue reading
Co-founder of Royal Souther Brotherhood, Mike Zito has been honored with multiple Blues Music Awards over the past 10 years. His love of life and pursuit of happiness is felt in every note he sings and plays. Continue reading
Melvin and JGB brings an intuitive, expressive style, soul, spontaneity and remarkable chops to the table. Adding his rock-gospel-soul-rhythm and blues touch with his funky style of playing, no wonder Jerry nicknamed him “Master of the Universe.” Continue reading