‘Twas the worst of times, the best of times… perhaps the end of times. In the age of COVID-19, an uncanny silence settles over the cityscape. Civilization in crisis, one thing remained…
M3F Festival was held March 6 – 8 in Phoenix, AZ. A small nonprofit festival with bigger-than-big headliners, it was quite the weekend.
Innings Festival Hits a Home Run in 2020. With an incredible lineup, a picturesque location and the draw of baseball-themed activities, this midsize early-season niche festival proved to be the perfect catch for a festival lover.
After the cancellation of 2019’s River City Rockfest, yesterday’s news came as little surprise… is it time for a revolution in the festival world? Click through for more.
Transviolet, Armors and Kady Rain – an evening of Alt Pop/Rock at Barracuda Austin.
Hot off the press: The revolutionary team behind last year’s smashing success River Revival Music Festival have just announced their newest festival offering. Taking place April 3-5 in New Braunfels, the festival concept targets the ever-popular micro-festival niche…
Pet Shop Boys have just announced an 11-stop tour with New Order in 2020. Dubbed “The Unity Tour,” they’ll kick off Sept…
The 4th annual iteration of the GroundUp Music Festival is now in the books. The festival, with an annual lineup of jam-based jazz and funk acts curated by three-day headliners Snarky Puppy was this year a gathering of the best of the best.
C3 Presents and CRS have just announced the Inaugural A Day In The Vines concert series to take place May 9 and 10 at Spicewood Vineyards in Texas.
From the sexy, gritty Maryann Cotton to the unbridled revelry of rock/rally heavyweights Black Smoke Sinners – or the dangerous, dirty and delicious Black Heart Saints – what a way to wrap a Sunday. 2020’s take on Black Sunday, that is.
Virgin Fest has just released their long-awaited lineup for their 2020 inaugural event. Held in Los Angeles June 6 and 7th at Banc of California Stadium and Exposition Park, with a commitment to sustainability, cutting-edge technology, innovation and inclusivity, the folks behind Virgin Fest are cutting no corners.
Foo Fighters have just announced a 25th Anniversary “Van Tour” commemorating humble beginnings of their 1995 tour. Starting in Phoenix, Az, they’ll also hit Albuquerque, Okla…
The annual Tortuga Music festival returns to Fort Lauderdale Beach Park for 2020, boasting a can’t-miss lineup of country, rock and roots music. Featuring headliners Miranda Lambert, Luke Bryan and Tim McGraw on April 17-19, it offers three days, multiple stages and a lot more than just heavy-hitters Pitbull, Barenaked Ladies and Vanilla Ice stoppingContinue reading “Tortuga Music festival: The must-see florida fest of 2020.”
Set up in a small corner of a south Austin popular Greek hangout, Opa!, VARYA adjusts her mic stand, amplifier, and tunes her lyric-adorned acoustic guitar. Her husband and a complete stranger fuss with a string of fairy lights at her feet in an attempt to…
It was an ambitious five-day quest to shoot five different concerts, test out some video and photo gear, and write a story about it. Working with local bands, rocker Des Rocs and indie band Brother Moses, Kail Rose manages 5 shoots in 5 days and lives to tell the tale.
Forecastle Music Festival has just released their 2020 lineup for the July 17-19 festival held in Louisville, KY. Known for a mixed-genre annual blowout that incorporates elements of music, art and activism, this year’s festival lineup has been met with mixed reviews. While we love the mix of genres; from rock and hip-hop to bluesContinue reading “News: Forecastle Music Festival 2020 Lineup Released”
Last week we caught up with indie rock band Brother Moses, playing live at Stubbs Austin for the first of their February tour stops. Check out their interview and show review.
If Beale Street Music Festival in downtown Memphis wasn’t already on your list, today’s announcement of a stacked lineup might just get you there. Held May 1-3 in Tom Lee Park during Memphis in May International Festival, it’s an impressively jam-packed lineup. Appealing to a wide demographic with a little of everything, it also boastsContinue reading “News: Beale Street Music Festival Announces Phenomenal 2020 Lineup”
The Struts have formally announced the addition of quite a few more 2020 tour dates on what is now dubbed the “Make It BIG Tour 2020” …which we suppose is all too appropriate. The four British rockers already have an ambitious 2020 tour schedule with dates all over the world, including Innings Festival, Sandjam, BostonContinue reading “News: The Struts Add Additional “MAKE IT BIG” Tour Dates to 2020 Tour Schedule”
DEFTONES have just announced their first summer tour in three years… having performed largely at select music festivals or their own festival “Dia De Los DEFTONES” in recent years. But this summer they’ll hit the road with Gojira and Poppy for a 30-city tour kicking off July 27th. “We’re super excited to have Gojira spendingContinue reading “News: DEFTONES Announce Summer Tour with Gojira and Poppy”
Must-see or Meh? Vote below!! Meh (1) – – – – > Must-See (5) Just minutes ago, Rage Against The Machine formally announced their 2020 world tour – One we’d been hoping for since word got out that they’d be reuniting to play Coachella and a few select cities. But now it’s official. Touring withContinue reading “News: Rage Against the Machine Announce Worldwide 2020 Tour”
Must-see or Meh? Vote below!! Meh (1) – – – – > Must-See (5) Featuring Bassnectar, Rezz, Jai Wolf and more, Camp Nowhere returns to Texas for a two-city run in 2020. The young festival makes its’ first summer stop in Dallas on June 20th, and follows with an Austin date on June 21. HappeningContinue reading “News: Camp Nowhere TX Returns for 2020”
Must-see or Meh? Vote below!! Meh (1) – – – – > Must-See (5) We’re now just three short weeks from our first major festival of the year and we couldn’t be more excited to kick off 2020’s festival season with none other than Innings Festival. Held in Tempe AZ (Phoenix area, for those notContinue reading “Countdown to Innings Festival 2020”
Photography and Show Review by Geoff Clowes of Sage + Spirit Photo After forty-five years and numerous lineup changes the Marshall Tucker Band is still doing what they love to do, hitting the road and making crowds forget the present and live, if only for ninety minutes, the ‘seventies. Such was the case when theContinue reading “Show Review: Marshall Tucker Band’s Southern Rockin’ Roundup Tour”
In just a couple of weeks, Ground Up Music Festival makes its return to oceanfront North Beach Bandshell in Miami Beach for their 2020 edition of the acclaimed small music festival. Hosted by three-time Grammy winner Snarky Puppy, this lineup features an eclectic list of International artists from many walks of life over three beautifulContinue reading “News: Ground Up Music Festival Lineup announced”
Must-see or Meh? Vote below!! Meh (1) – – – – > Must-See (5) Hot off the press… Incubus, 311 and Badflower have just announced their summer tour together. Hitting cities across the US (including Austin, Dallas and Houston – Texas has nothing to complain about!!) starting late July. You stoked? We are! Scroll downContinue reading “News: Incubus, 311 and Badflower announce Summer tour”
Must-see or Meh? Vote below!! Meh (1) – – – – > Must-See (5) Ok ok, so we’re a couple of weeks late on this one… but the January 6th announcement of Bottlerock’s 8th annual music festival lineup came in the midst of, oh, every other medium-to-large scale US festival dropping their lineup. Or soContinue reading “News: Bottlerock Lineup announced”
Photography & Show Review: Kail Rose On my way home, I found a couple of their songs on Spotify and clicked play. They were right to recommend them – energetic rock reminiscent of Zeppelin and Aerosmith, with incredible vocals and catchy lyrics. This was everything a hit was made of. I followed, kept them onContinue reading “Show Review: Dirty Honey, Parish Austin”
Must-see or Meh? Vote below!! Meh (1) – – – – > Must-See (5) We were entirely stoked when the full BC lineup landed this Tuesday… we already knew we were in for Foo Fighters and RHCP, who are always a good time (did you see this clip of Flea in free-spirited interpretive dance mode?).Continue reading “News: Boston Calling Lineup announced!”
This weekend saw yet another successful CobraCast Birthday Bash Slamboree at Come and Take It Live… starring School of Rock, 99 Crimes, Roc Holiday, Black Heart Saints, Madam Radar, Three33, Vallejo, Dirty Wormz and Dangerous Toys it was a nonstop high-octane birthday blowout for Bobby Sharron and the CobraCast. Bobby has been a pivotal figure in the music industry here in Austin for many years – from his successfulContinue reading “Cobracast Birthday bash 2020”
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