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Just Announced: Sarah Jarosz & James McMurtry @ Boulder Theater

About Sarah Jarosz: With her fourth album, Undercurrent, Sarah Jarosz makes a studied departure from her previous records, shifting the emphasis from her skills as a multi-instrumentalist to her songwriting and vocal performance. Undercurrent accentuates the growth and maturity that Jarosz, now 25, has achieved since graduating from New England Conservatory and moving to New York City.

Just Announced: Billy Bragg @ Boulder Theater

Fresh from touring the world with Joe Henry and galvanized by ‘events’, not least the worrying rise of popularism, Billy Bragg is dealing with it in the best way he knows how, by strapping on his electric guitar and heading out on tour across the US in October, under the title ‘Bridges Not Walls’.  Billy, in one-man Clash mode, will perform songs from his 30+ year career, some pertinent covers by his heroes and mentors and some freshly minted songs about the state

Chautauqua Announces More 2017 Summer Shows

Z2 Entertainment in partnership with Colorado Chautauqua is proud to announce the second wave of Chautauqua Summer Concerts! Colorado Chautauqua Association, the steward of Boulder's cultural and historical gem, the Colorado Chautauqua National Historic Landmark, announces a second wave of artists performing at Chautauqua Auditorium as part of the iconic venue's 120th season. 
 
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Levitate Music and Arts Festival Announce 2017 Day-by-Day Lineup

The announcement of this year’s “biggest little festival” in Massachusetts just drew lots of attention with a top-tier lineup with headliners including fan-favorites Dispatch and GRAMMY Award-winning Ziggy Marley. The festival, which started off as a humble friendly barbecue, has since grown into a two-day event in its fifth year with an expected draw of over 10,000 people per day.

Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame Inductee YES

Rock icons Jon Anderson, Trevor Rabin and Rick Wakeman are proud to announce that effective immediately, they will officially be known as ‘YES featuring Jon Anderson, Trevor Rabin, Rick Wakeman’, which is the name they will be touring under in North America during the latter half of 2017.
 
“It's very simple,’ explains band founder and vocalist Jon Anderson. “The fans want it, we want it and it's our right to use the name. YES music is in our DNA!"
 
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Railroad Earth's Tim Carbone with Lou Rogai Performing James Joyce

Tim Carbone keeps a busy schedule. In addition to touring constantly with Railroad Earth and recording new material with The Contribution, Carbone has produced many up-and-coming as well as veteran artists in the jamband and new grass scene, from Gipsy Moon to Hot Buttered Rum.

Josh Jacobson Live Session Premiere

Future Soul up-and-comer--JOSH JACOBSON--reveals the official music video for his hit single “Polaroids.” It is the first of his ‘From The Roots’ video series that will highlight Jacobson’s performance skills in recorded live sessions. The single is the first track to be released from his debut EP FIRST LIGHT, which will come out later this summer (date TBA).

'Transmision en la Erita Meta' Out Now

Ethnomusicologist Amanda Villepastour and Cuban producer (Sendero Music) Luis Bran have teamed up to tell the unlikely story of the spirit of music in a small Cuban town through the heartbeat of a set of multi-generational religious drums named Ilú Keké. The 21-track album, titled Transmisión en la Eritá Meta, is available now digitally worldwide under exclusive license to Music Works NYC.

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nugs.tv Tonight: Watch Lotus at The Capitol Theatre

Having built a massive fanbase over the years, Lotus tours heavily selling out headline shows across the county and playing festivals such as Bonnaroo, Outside Lands, Ultra, and more. Whether you catch Lotus in outdoor amphitheaters, the country's best theaters, intimate clubs or a variety of festivals, you can expect to have an experience of the senses. The band's new album, Eat the Light, is a first for Lotus - an album with vocals on every song.

Phish | St. Louis 4/14/93 & 8/16/93 | Review

For fans of the band Phish there is no doubt that 1993 was probably the most pivotal year in their now legendary career.  Though they had technically been performing together since the mid 80s, it was at this point that the band began to shape themselves into the touring juggernaut they would eventually become.  Over the course of the year the band performed 110 shows, each one filled with unique jams, new originals, and exciting cover songs.

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