Pittsburgh-based folk band Buffalo Rose is gearing up to release their new EP, Borrowed & Blue: Live Around One Microphone, late May; a dynamic compilation of originals and cover songs ranging from all genres. The band consists of Bryce Rabideau (mandolin), Shane McLaughlin (guitar, harmonies), Malcolm Inglis (dobro), Jason Rafalak (upright bass), and the ethereal harmonies of Lucy Clabber and Rosanna Spindler.
I saw the words meditation and yoga in the body of the email regarding Joss Jaffe. My urge was to delete it, having a visceral dislike for the practices. Two things a native Angeleno, blonde gal should keep to herself unless she’s okay with being shunned from her bougie community. I’m a contradiction. I don’t care that meditation and yoga expands the mind and are good for the soul. In these capacities, they make me want to crawl out of my skin.
DSO does 'Need A Miracle Mondays' Archival Stream + Tues: Rob Eaton & Rob Eaton Jr. - FB Live every Tues 4:20 PM
Each Monday night at 8 PM ET, hop on the bus as we stream a historic set from the past on our Facebook page & YouTube channel. Tune in weekly for a trip down memory lane as we dive into the archives and unveil shows from the many eras of Dark Star Orchestra!
The inaugural Earl Scruggs Music Festival, scheduled for September 4-5, 2020 in Mill Spring, North Carolina, is still moving forward in these uncertain times. Festivals everywhere have been hard hit by a summer of cancellations and an atmosphere of uncertainty, but we all will need to gather again soon. In the meantime, the Earl Scruggs Music Festival is proud to present A Month of Mondays, a series of lively livestreamed interviews between the festival’s artistic director Steve Johnson of SJ21 Music and select performers from the festival.
Edie Brickell debuts new track "Sing To Me, Willie" (feat. Willie Nelson) in celebration of Nelson's 87th birthday
Renowned singer and songwriter Edie Brickell pays tribute to her friend, legendary musician and activist Willie Nelson, with new duet, “Sing To Me, Willie,” debuting today in celebration of Nelson’s 87th birthday. Listen/share HERE. All proceeds from the song will benefit MusiCares’ COVID-19 Relief Fund.
On Monday, the fourth week of A Concert A Day kicks off with Miya Folick, one of the most memorable sets of Pickathon 2019. The L.A. dark pop balladeer, known for her soaring vocals and unmitigated on-stage energy, once used Tinder to put together her band. Monday’s stream of Folick’s Woods Stage performance will be hosted by Paste Magazine’s Ellen Johnson. Acclaimed roots-gospel duo The War and Treaty (Michael Trotter Jr. and Tanya Blount-Trotter) also played the Woods Stage in 2018.