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Creativity can thrive in the darkest times. Marble Eyes was born out of the 2020 Pandemic. Live music came to a halt and this group of musicians from the New Hampshire Seacoast decided to band together and create a collection of music that is best described as “Rock and Roll For The Soul.”

Mixing together influences of Progressive, Jazz, and Blues with his instincts as a guitarist and songwriter, London based artist Alan Dweck returns with his anticipated new single - ‘Before’. The globe-trotting artist, who has lived everywhere from France to Australia to Hong Kong, brings all that rich experience into his music which has continued to move people throughout the years.

Into The Great Unknown is the title track of the 2021 EP release by New Earth Farmers. This song was written not long after Tom Petty passed and there are some subliminal nods to Tom in the lyrics. We are all huge fans of Tom and The Heartbreakers and also fans of The Traveling Wilburys, which influenced the production of the recording. The ending of the video includes a re-enactment of a midnight hallucinogenic experience in a cemetery in southwestern Missouri in the 70s (true story).

Austin’s multilingual folk fusion group, Ley Line, is proud to announce a run of Colorado shows starting in November. The band is hot on the heels of their critically acclaimed album We Saw Blue, that saw praise from NPR, Billboard, Brooklyn Vegan, PopMatters, alongside high profile Spotify playlists boosting play counts to 800,000 and rising. Ley Line also received a grant from the prestigious Black Fret organization in 2019 and performed at the esteemed Austin City Limits Festival the same year.

With 34 previous releases, 13 Canadian JUNO wins, two Hall of Fame inductions, countless honorary Doctorates, Officer of The Order of Canada — and new inductee into Canada’s Walk of Fame this year — all spanning a 50+ year career — it’s no small task to encapsulate Bruce Cockburn’s inimitable imprint when it comes to Canadian music and culture. But his newly announced double-album release, Bruce Cockburn Greatest Hits (1970 - 2020), is a good place to start.

On his latest album, The Sun Is Shining Down, out January 28th via Forty Below Records, Blues legend John Mayall teams up with a stellar cast to deliver a funky, soulful affair punctuated by brass, violins, harmonica, and electric ukulele.

On December 30th, The Brooklyn Jam Syndicate and Magic Sky Present a Phish After Party at Bowery Electric featuring Jam of Thrones. Composed of members of New York jamband staples Escaper, Space Bacon, and Dead Wrong, Jam of Thrones honors the music of the Grateful Dead, Phish, and the Disco Biscuits.

Robert Fripp's popular “Music For Quiet Moments” series, which originally premiered on streaming services, is now available in an 8CD box set

In May 2020 with much of the world in lockdown and reeling from the consequences of the Covid-19 pandemic, Robert Fripp began uploading the first of 52 individual soundscapes on his YouTube channel, streaming platforms, and DGMLive.

Today, Bonfire Entertainment is excited to announce the return of WinterWonderGrass Colorado, taking place February 25–27, 2022 at Steamboat Resort in the historic and pristinely beautiful ski town of Steamboat Springs, CO. Weekend passes to the festival, as well as Mountaintop Dinner tickets, are on sale now.

In early 2011, as Todd Rundgren was promoting an upcoming tour, he stopped by Late Night With Jimmy Fallon for live performances of two songs from his classic 1972 album Something/Anything, “I Saw The Light” and “Couldn’t I Just Tell You.” Backing Rundgren for both songs was Fallon’s long running house band, hip hop auteurs The Roots.

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