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Connecticut’s own Goose descended into New Haven, CT at the Westville Music Bowl after an explosive tour opener in Swanzey, NH on Friday, picking up where they left off. This jam band darling has clearly elevated their game during the pandemic, and did not disappoint in their home state. This sold out show included two notable covers, teases, freestyle rapping and a surprise engagement.

In April, Bob Weir announced that he would be heading out to the Centennial State for four nights of canine revelry, outfitted not only with his brotherly band, but with the newly acquired Wolf Pack in tow.

The veteran rock band WAR, which formed back in 1969, brought a live show to an appreciative audience in Ventura, California. The May 29th show was part of the Concerts In Your Car series at the Ventura fairgrounds. War is a musical crossover band that fuses rock, funk, jazz, Latin, rhythm and blues, psychedelia, and reggae.

John “JoJo" Hermann most notably known for his role as songwriter, keyboard player and vocals with Widespread Panic. He joined the Athens, Georgia based band in 1992 and is still with them today.

The Disco Biscuits brought the heat once again to the Westville Music Bowl on June 5, 2021. Temperatures hit almost 90 degrees in New Haven, CT, raising the energy level substantially for everyone at the show. The band played more bust out songs, a Frank Zappa cover, a delicious deep house “Tractorbeam” track, and other creative setlist niceties on this beautiful night in the Constitution state.

The Westville Music Bowl in New Haven, CT achieved lift off last night when the Disco Biscuits took the stage. Armed with their signature blend of jam rock and electronic dance music fusion, this Philadelphia based squad delivered inspiring jams to many fans who had not seen live music prior to the start of the covid-19 pandemic. The setlist incorporated fan favorites and a rare gem, which elevated the audience further.

The Sweet Lillies new studio album Common Ground is officially available everywhere you find your music. The band celebrated with a big crowd at Number Thirty Eight last night. The weather was warm, clear and the band was excited to perform for many friends, family, and new listeners.

Fort Collins came out to party last night. New Belgium Brewery hosted the first Thursday Night Live concert with Colorado's favorite newgrass quintet Wood Belly. It was a beautiful evening with plenty of sunshine, cold beer and great friends enjoying live music together. The vibe was fun, festive and long overdue.

The reggae-infused folk-rock band Satsang released a new album today, June 4 titled “All. Right. Now.” Inspired by the soundscape of their home state Montana, the album brings nature and soul to each track, telling the story of a long journey to peace and happiness.

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