Jackie Greene

Internationally renowned Northern California music venue Sweetwater Music Hall today announces a five show residency in welcoming back Americana roots singer-songwriter Jackie Greene (former member of the iconic Black Crowes) beginning on December 16, 2021.

Rock and blues whiz Jackie Greene and his markedly talented secret weapon (and brother) Alexander Nelson christened the new Green Room Social Club on May 21, a new destination-location in California’s Sierra Nevada foothills between San Francisco and Lake Tahoe.

“It’s great to see people’s faces instead of looking into a computer; so I’m excited,” Jackie Greene said shortly after taking the stage on April 2, when as an acoustic duo he and long-time sidekick Nate Dale serenaded an intimate audience at the ballroom inside the Crystal Bay Casino (CBC), just over the Nevada border from California on Lake Tahoe.

Jackie Greene has been on tour for almost 20 years. A veteran touring musician, who has made his living performing over 50 shows a year, has been a staple for concert goers across the country. In isolation, musi

Rex Foundation is pleased to announce that its annual benefit concert is going virtual this year, being held on December 12, 2020 at 7pm EST, with a VIP pre-show hosted by Trixie Garcia & Garcia Hand Picked beginning at 6pm EST.

Gov’t Mule brings the excitement of their New Year’s Eve show to fans this year with their new live album, Live At The Beacon Theatre, available now only on streaming services – PRESS HERE to watch the teaser and PRESS HERE to listen/stream.

It’s hard to imagine a better match than the spirit of New Orleans with the vibe of the Grateful Dead, so Voodoo Dead just seems to make perfect sense.

Leslie Mendelson has announced her new studio album, 'If You Can’t Say Anything Nice…' will be released April 17 via Royal Potato Family. The first single and title track is released today (listen/share).

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One could almost feel kaleidoscopic dust particles shake from the hallowed halls and chandeliers of the gritty old Fillmore in San Francisco on December 6.

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