The Westville Music Bowl in New Haven, CT was once again the hot spot in the Northeast for outstanding jam bands, as Pigeons Playing Ping Pong delivered a fiery evening of their signature psychedelic funk. Connecticut’s finest were on hand to elevate the festivities, including supporting artist Eggy and guitar virtuoso Tim Palmeri.
Marble Eyes is a fresh new band that has formed amidst the pandemic. The band is a collection of national artists which include Eric Gould from Pink Talking Fish and Adrian Tramontano from Kung Fu. Based in Portsmouth NH, the group has made an impact during this challenging year with its soulful sound and brought joy to people across the country by creating brand new inspirational music.
The Pandemic has affected every facet of the music industry...artists, promoters, agents, managers, crew and countless others. These people were the first ones out of work and will likely be the last to return when the world opens back up. For music lovers, there has been a huge void during this challenging time since live music can be an important way to fill people with happiness and provide a place for friends to gather.
New York’s progressive fusion rockers, Shwizz, will release “The Shwizzard,” the second single off of their forthcoming album ‘Big Things’ on May 15th. The 8-track album is jam-packed full of guest artists from Kung Fu, Consider the Source, Lespecial, Frank Zappa’s band, and more and will drop in-full on June 26th via Color Red.
TAUK is pleased to announce support for Round 1 of their upcoming Squad tour that runs from January 30th to February 22nd. Newly announced special guests include multiple dates with RCA, a new group featuring Rob Compa of Dopapod, and Chris DeAngelis and Adrian Tramontano of Kung Fu, Conscious Pilot, and Evanoff. Eminence Ensemble, Guerilla Toss, and Aaron Kamm and The One Drops and several others join the band for one-off support dates.
Camp Euforia is excited to unveil the full performance schedules for the sixteenth annual festival returning July 18-20 on Jerry’s Farm in Lone Tree, IA.
In a season of terrific shows, this past weekend NYC venue the Brooklyn Bowl had what no doubt was a good one. The six-hundred capacity spaced filled itself full out for a towering, full-throttle night of rock music, delivered by two northeast area bands: Brooklyn’s Of Clocks and Clouds and Connecticut’s leading jam-funk band Kung Fu.