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Direct from Smog City, USA, Cruising For Tacos During the Apocalypse – Part I is a cataclysmic cannonball into a half-drunk horizon of dusty bottles and the pale urban jaundice of our time. It pulls together a brief but elegant universe, built from fast-food wrappers, highway hermeneutics and busted beer bottles, and filled with the folks that populate the vibrant world beyond the simulated technicolor feedback-loop.

Katie Henry is pleased to announce the January 28th release of On My Way via indie blues giant, Ruf Records.

Leading up to the new release was Henry's 2018 debut, the Blues Blast and IBMA-nominated. High Road. What followed was a starburst of media acclaim, including Henry Yates of Classic Rock, NME, and The Guardian, saluted "a runaway talent you need to keep up with."

DISPATCH and O.A.R., two of the most successful touring acts in the states, will hit the road together this summer for their first-ever North American Co-Headline Tour, which is scheduled to kick off on July 15, 2022. The two bands will be joined by special guests Robert Randolph Band and G. Love on select dates.

The Lumineers have unwrapped a festive gift for their fans everywhere with today’s premiere of a brand new Yuletide song. “This is Life (Merry Christmas) Featuring Daniel Rodriguez” premieres today at all DSPs and streaming services. Proceeds from the song – written by acclaimed singer-songwriter Daniel Rodriguez and Brandy Schultz – will benefit MusiCares.

In 2022, The Marshall Tucker Band (MTB) will celebrate five decades since its inception. To celebrate, the multi-platinum southern rock group will hit the road for its historic “50th Anniversary Tour.” The MTB today revealed over 30 live concert dates with stops in Clearwater, Fla., Atlanta, Ga., Nashville, Tenn., Detroit, Mich., Chicago, Ill., New York, N.Y., Pittsburgh, Pa., Washington D.C., Phoenix, Ariz. and more.
 

Eddie Vedder and bandmates the Earthlings are announcing a February 2022 US Tour to kick off the release of Vedder’s highly anticipated album, Earthling. The shows will begin on February 3rd in New York City and will finish in Seattle, WA on February 22nd. Special guest Glen Hansard will open the shows.

Public tickets will only be available through Ticketmaster Verified Fan Registration. Verified Fan ticket registration is open now through Sunday, December 5th at 5 pm PT. There will be no general public sale.

Bonfire Entertainment, WinterWonderGrass and Adrift Dinosaur are thrilled to bring RiverWonderGrass back for its third annual season of overnight multi-day music expeditions featuring artists from the WinterWonderGrass community and jam-packed adventures through rivers, canyons and caves where Colorado and Utah meet.

Tickets are on sale now for all dates via adrift.com/riverwondergrass.

There was only one prize-winning teenager carrying stones big enough to say thanks, but no thanks to Roy Acuff. Only one son of Kentucky finding a light of inspiration from Bill Monroe and his Blue Grass Boys and catching a fire from Bob Marley and The Wailers. Only one progressive hippie allying with like-minded conspirators, rolling out the New Grass revolution, and then leaving the genre's torch-bearing band behind as it reached its commercial peak.

Today, The Wood Brothers announce three additional shows on their Spring 2022 tour through the Southeast, including a return the hallowed halls of The Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, TN on Saturday, April 9. Also just added are dates at Charleston Music Hall in Charleston, SC on March 30 and Greenfield Lake Amphitheater in Wilmington, NC on March 31.

Today, GRAMMY-winning singer-songwriter Aoife O’Donovan shares “Age Of Apathy,” the haunting title track from her first studio album in six years, out January 21, 2022 on Yep Roc Records. As O’Donovan’s hypnotizing vocals wander across sparse but beautiful instrumentation, her lyrics recount memories of a distant New England summer when a relationship was transformed. “Hold me like you held me on the day the towers fell,” she sings, searching for a greater lesson to pull from a small gesture in the shadow of tragedy.

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