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[LOOK BACK] A Very Merry Wannee Indeed at the 10th Anniversary of Wanee Music Festival

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Article & Photography by Lucy Pepper and Dan Plastino. The Wanee Music Festival celebrated its 10th Anniversary April 10-12th. The Allman Brothers Band, who has been together for 45 years, headlined the festival once again. Earlier this year, Derek Trucks and Warren Haynes announced their departure from the band at the end of 2014. Knowing

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Mexo-Americana Tunes From David Wax Museum at Tellus 360

Mexo-Americana, a musical genre that you’ve probably never heard of before, but once you hear it, it totally rocks your world. That is the self-described genre of The David Wax Museum, Mexo-Americana, or as I like to call it—one of the best genre’s ever invented. On Wednesday 4/16/14, the opener was Dietrich Strause, a singer/songwriter

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[REVIEW] Augustana – Life Imitating Life – Out Now

Augustana  -Life Imitating Life - Album Cover

Augustana have been through many changes throughout the twelve years of existence.  Their debut album All the Stars and Boulevards, featured everyone’s favorite indie piano driven tune, “Boston” (we all remember that song, right?) was released back in 2005 and now Augustana is set to release their fourth studio album Life Imitating Life on April

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[INSIDE SCOOP] Pigeons Playing Ping Pong – Speak Before Some Kind of Jam 9

Pigeons Playing Ping Pong

We hope everyone is getting prepared and excited for Some Kind of Jam 9 by our friends over at Jibber Jazz Productions. Here’s a chance to get to know whom you will be seeing on stage for the festivities. Pigeons Playing Ping Pong will be joining the fun at the Indoor Jamhouse for the late night set on

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[INSIDE SCOOP] Better Than Ezra Talk New Album, The Van Days, and New Tour Before Local Shows This Week

Better Than Ezra - Kevin Griffin (center) | Photo: Facebook

To say the past 20+ years have been ‘Good’ for New Orleans-based rock band Better Than Ezra would be an understatement. The band had been selling out venues across the country since forming at Louisiana State University in 1988 where the band started touring on the Southern college circuit. So unless you’ve been living under

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[PHOTOS] Into It, Over It Becomes Story Time at Boot & Saddle

Into It Over It @ Boot & Saddle | Photo Tim O'Donnell

Saturday night at Boot & Saddle was special for two reasons, the first being the reunion of The Jazz June, and the second being the fact that Evan Weiss of Into It, Over It played a unique acoustic set to headline the show. Heartwell kicked the night off with their catchy and familiar brand of

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The Everyone Orchestra Super Group w/ The Kalob Griffin Band at Ardmore Music Hall This Thursday 4/24

Everyone Orchestra | Photo: Facebook

Thursday 4/24 at Ardmore Music Hall… The Everyone Orchestra with openers, The Kalob Griffin Band In a nutshell, The Everyone Orchestra is a rotating supergroup conducted by Matt Butler, which is entirely based in improv and features an astounding array of talent in every incarnation. This time around the show features: Matt Butler (Conductor), John Kadlicek

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Black Lips Rock a 17 Song Set at Union Transfer, Philadelphia 4/18

Black Lips @ Union Transfer, Philadelphia | Photo: Megan Matuzak

“Turn the magic on,” Cole Alexander said to the lighting tech. Black Lips wasted no time name-dropping Boy George, who they had played with earlier at WXPN’s free at Noon. The two groups covered T.Rex’s “Bang a Gong”, much to the delight of those who were lucky enough to get in before the line was

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TBS & The Used Rocked the House @ Webster Theatre 4/11

Tonight Alive @ Webster Theatre

It was a packed house down at Webster Theatre in Hartford, CT on April 11th, as the crowd waited anxiously for the show to begin. The crowd was quite diverse and I spoke with many individuals from different age groups. You had your die hards who were there since the beginning, and  the younger generation

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[INSIDE SCOOP] Dan Croll Speaks Before Union Transfer Show – Sunday 4/20

Dan Croll - Photo: Snapchat

Londoner Dan Croll is set to take the Union Transfer stage this Sunday.  We can expect to hear new tunes off his recent release “Sweet Disarray.”  The album gives listeners a little something new, with calypso, techno beats and catchy lyrics you’re bound to have a good time listening to the album or seeing the

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