Yonder Mountain String Band

Bringing together some of the most talented artists in Michigan and beyond, the 2021 Hoxeyville promises to be one for the record books. With the changing atmosphere of events in the covid-19 pandemic area, Hoxeyville is a testament to pure North Country peace and celebration, nestled in the heart of Northwest Michigan's Manistee National Forest.

Artists announced include some new acts to the Wellston, MI-based event as well as long time favorites, including:

Spring is associated with new beginnings and for the year 2021, the wind of change is being widely embraced. From vaccinations to the shaking off of the long winter, people everywhere are actively looking forward to getting out, getting normal, and for music lovers, getting down.

WinterWonderGrass, known for its mix of eclectic bluegrass and Americana artists, local and regional craft brews and world-class skiing and riding, announces today that jamgrass pioneers, Yonder Mountain String Band will be returning to the Colorado festival, marking their first appearance with their new lineup configuration.

A little over a week ago, five-member progressive string band Horseshoes and Hand Grenades released their brand-new album, Miles In Blue, and just last night, they performed the album in its entirety via a special, two-hour live-streamed set.

Leaving a Positive Legacy Kicks Off Holiday Charity Auction Art, Merch, Signed Posters, Vinyl, Experiences & More From Your Favorite Bands! The Positive Legacy Online Holiday Charity Auction is LIVE TODAY! Join in the fun now through Sunday at 8p ET by bidding on unique holiday gifts from your favorite bands, breweries, photographers & artisans!

Bardavon Presents continues our new, free, online series “Albums Revisited” with a 50th anniversary celebration of the release of the Grateful Dead’s legendary AMERICAN BEAUTY; curated with commentary by our Production Manager Stephen LaMarca and Chris Silva.

Featuring original performances created especially for the Bardavon by:

Box of Rain- Nicki Bluhm & Amy Helm

As we enter the seventh month of the COVID pandemic, the chance to attend live music is making a comeback, albeit sporadic and in ways we have never thought would be the new norm. These opportunities are being welcomed with open arms and ears and it seems that attendees are cherishing these tonal engagements to a greater degree because of their rarity, taking in what they can and not squandering the fleeting musical moment in exchange for inane conversation better served at home.

For eighteen years and counting, Northwest String Summit has brought fans of contemporary bluegrass, indy, funk, jam rock, and everything in between to the greater Portland area for what has become a highlight of the summer for festivalgoers nationwide.

Long-time festival favorites and jam-grass pioneers Yonder Mountain String Band have joined forces with JamBase to present Yonder May—a weekly video broadcast of YMSB sets from the 1990s and early 2000s, culled from the band’s personal, fan-gifted VHS tape collection and hand-edited (yes, painstakingly cut and spliced, remember that?) and digitized by guitarist and founding member Adam Aijala. Airing every Thursday in May at 4:20 pm EDT, Yonder May will raise funds to support the entire YMSB team while not on tour via a “virtual tip jar” for Venmo and Paypal donations.

Jay Goldberg Events & Entertainment in conjunction with the Seminole Casino Hotel Immokalee announce the Immokalee Bluegrass Festival, a FREE bluegrass music festival in the city of Immokalee, Florida.  The free festival will feature six outdoor concerts and an additional two concerts indoors in the casino’s Zig Zag Lounge after the festival concludes.  There will also be a large vendor section and a variety of arts and food trucks.

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