The Smashing Pumpkins Announce Special Tour Dates

November 29, 2014

The Smashing Pumpkins Announce Special Tour Dates In Support Of ‘Monuments To An Elegy’


n support of their eighth studio album Monuments to an Elegy, available December 9, The Smashing Pumpkins will play a series of special shows in select cities around the globe. The tour will begin in Berlin at Kesselhaus on November 30th, and make stops at Koko’s in London on December 5th, Le Trabendo in Paris on December 6th and New York’s Webster Hall on December 8th (see below for list of current tour dates).


Blackberry Smoke announces tour dates for 2015

November 25, 2014

Blackberry Smoke Announces 2015 Tour Dates


Atlanta rockers Blackberry Smoke are set to embark on a mammoth tour in the Spring, and they have an excellent bill of special guests to join them on their road trip. Blackberry Smoke have spent almost two years touring their last album, including a successful double-stint in the UK where they have started to build a loyal fanbase with their take on seventies-style Southern and Country Rock.


Ardmore Music Hall

November 25, 2014


Ardmore Music Hall

Ardmore, PA


The Ardmore Music Hall, a 600 capacity intimate music venue & bar in Ardmore, PA, just 2 miles outside Philadelphia proper, was founded in 2013 but holds a rich history. The room was home to the legendary 23 East Cabaret from 1980-1994 and then had a 17 year run as Brownies 23 East, before being renovated and re-branded as a full time concert hall again. We recently had a chance to catch up with Chris Perella, who is the co-owner and is programming the music at the Ardmore Music Hall.


String Cheese Incident the Capitol Theater Port Chester, NY

November 18, 2014

String Cheese Incident

The Capital Theater Port Chester NY

November 11 and 12, 2014


We are happy to present the first ever contribution from Keith Gaskin! Keith is a festival veteran, and often works in operations, spending time both in front of and behind the scene. He traveled through CT, braved the traffic and got to see one of his favorite bands for a two night stand, and took in a little late night action from Pink Talking Fish to boot!


Renaissance Infinity Music Hall, Hartford

November 13, 2014


Infinity Hall, Hartford, CT

November 5, 2014


Here’s what I know about Renaissance: They are a progressive rock band, but one that is different within a whole genre of ‘different.’ They have a fantastic female singer, and they were early in the developing music scene to have a woman-fronted band. They have always been respected; I’ve never heard anyone respond as they might with other prog “monsters.” “


Golden Gate Wingmen November 5 2014

November 7, 2014

The Golden Gate Wingmen

November 5 2014 Terrapin Crossroads

San Rafael CA


Show announcement leads to plane ticket, cross country sojourn and a pilgrimage to see the birth of an all star band, the Golden Gate Wingmen. It is wholly appropriate that the first show is at the mecca of improvisational bohemian music just north of San Francisco. The wizards come out from behind their curtains to come together and showcase their talents in a project both refreshingly original and derived from the collective shared experience of the musicians and their fans.


John Kadlecik launches solo acoustic tour

November 4, 2014

John Kadlecik solo tour

Live album release includes original material

Tour to run through western states and Mid Atlantic holidays shows


John Kadlecik is celebrating the release of his new album Liquid Silver Live and the original material it contains with a solo acoustic tour starting this week in the western states. Furthur (sic) into the fall he will be hosting holiday shows in the Washington DC area with both of his current lineups, the DC Mystery Cats and the John K. Band.


Adam Ezra solo acoustic show October 22 2014 Davis Square Theater

November 4, 2014

Adam Ezra solo acoustic show

Davis Square Theater Somerville MA

October 22, 2014


This is our first ever conjoined review- the first set is provided by Stephanie Janicedottir, and the second set review is provided by Jimm O’D. The show was intimate, acoustic, and personal, a rare treat for those who love and follow the live performance stylings of Adam Ezra.