First Time Pairing!
The BEST Harry Hood Ever: Phish,Townshend Family Park 1989, mp3
mind blowing, make you cry make you dance guitar solo from Harry Hood EVER. my favorite phish show Townshend Family Park 1989.
Second That Emotion
Album: Ladies and Gentleman, The Grateful Dead
Grateful Dead Live at Fillmore East on 1971-04-29 (April 29, 1971)
This is only the first half of the song, but it is by far the best part.
Hot Air Balloon
12-27-01 New Years Run
Back Where it All Began
Album: An Evening With the Allman Brothers Band- 2nd set
recorded in 1992 and 1994, and released in 1995
Album: An Evening with the Allman Brothers Band: First Set
Goin' Down The Road Feeling Bad/Not Fade Away
Grateful Dead Live at Manhattan Center on 1971-04-05 (April 5, 1971)
Ladies And Gentlemen (Disc 2) [BOX SET] [LIVE]
Random awesome guitar solo
and because your such a music lover here is a beutiful guitar solo by Santo and Johnny Sleepwalk
There is still a guitar solo from particle that I am trying to find from the song Windjammer with the old guitarist, email me with info. I found it on Rhapsody years ago.
The Serpent Power Festival
This local Brooknam festival will be held at Glasslands Gallery in Williamsburg Sunday March 1st. This mini festival is an homage to the great female led NYC bands.
Doors at 7 pm, cover $7
289 Kent Avenue, Brooklyn NY
Lets keep an eye out for this equipment folks
On Monday, February 16, Daptone Records' studio in Brooklyn, NY was broken into and robbed. Please keep an eye out for the stolen gear showing up on ebay/craigslist/local music shops. If deals are too good to be true they probably are!
Daptone is the home of Sharon Jones and the Dap-Kings, The Budos Band, Menahan Street Band and more.
List of Missing Gear:
Fender Super Guitar Amp in case
Fender Deluxe Guitar Amp
A whole bunch of headphones and wires
Nydia's HP laptop computer
One Desktop MacIntosh Computer
One Purple Audio API style lunchbox with four Purple Audio Biz mic pre-amps
2 Yamaha NS10 monitors
Vintage Harmony Rocket Guitar
One steel string acoustic guitar
Martin Tenor sax in a gig bag
Technics 1200 turntable
Ion USB turntable
Teac Receiver/stereo amp
Sony dual deck CD burner/player
All of our modem/phone system stuff was ripped out and taken.
A whole bunch of condenser and dynamic microphones
A Baldwin organ was tossed and is probably broken
Lacie External hard drive
Daptone asks that you contact them with any relevant information at:
While were at it lets find James Jameson's stolen bass the Funk Machine!
The sound the studio preservers
These two Gladys Knight and the Pips songs showcase Moetown's two best and only bass players with a pile of hits under their respective belts, Midnight train is Bob Babbit and Grapevine is James Jamison. The two best bass players ever.
Sharron Jones and the Dap Kins
Featuring Jason Hann and Michael Travis, formerly of the progressive jam outfit String Cheese Incident, EOTO is a shot of adrenaline to the heart of the music industry. Differing in sonic stature from their mixing forefathers, the typical EOTO live experience is 100% atypical, meaning nothing is pre-recorded, nothing is pre-looped and no set is pre-planned. Every night is a distinctive journey into the musical minds of Hann and Travis, each feeding off of the other’s creativity and the audience’s vibes. EOTO combines cutting-edge technology with live instrumental performance to create truly original and melodic dance music in the moment.
Following the show at TIB Bank of the Keys in Islamorada, EOTO will venture along the coast to Key West, Miami Beach, Delray Beach and Jupiter. The Florida tour will conclude in Gainesville with a performance at Common Grounds on March 15th. For a complete list of dates and details, visit the duo’s MySpace page as they continue to make waves in 2009.
3/09 6:00 pm - TIB Bank of the Keys Amphitheatre- all ages!!! early show Islamorada, FL
3/10 10:00 pm - Green Parrot Bar - 18+ (free show) Key West, FL
3/11 10:00 pm - Purdy Lounge w/Afrobeta, J Wail - 18+ Miami Beach, FL
3/13 10:00 pm - City Limits - w/The Burnin Smyrnans 18+ Delray Beach, FL
3/14 8:00 pm - Palm Beach International Raceway - lots of bands Jupiter, FL
3/15 10:00 pm - Common Grounds - w/ 3rd Stone 18+ Gainesville, FL
Mishka presents a party Manic every second and 4th Monday of the month at the Trophy Bar right by the Mishka store on Broadway in Brooklyn. Manic it'st hosted by Trouble and Bass DJ's Passions and Star Eyes, and Mikhal the designer from Mishka will be there. It is definitely worth checking out.
for non pretentious, decent and good looking people.
02/26/09 B.B. King Blues George Clinton
03/04/09 Zankel Hall /John Scofiled Trio w/ Horns
03/05/09 Highline Ballroom New York, NY
This Friday I saw Eric Krasno (soulive) Joe Russo (benevento/russo Duo) Andy Hess (ex-govt Mule) Erik Deutsch (charlie Hunter) play at Sullivan Hall . I remember seeing some of these guys play at the Bear Creek Festival, in Florida last year and they were really Funky, this weekend was more of an experimental Jazz Approach. Erick Deutsch will return to Sullivan Hall to jam with Charlie Hunter. The Roots will be playing four shows at the Highline ballroom for "The Roots Present: The Jam at Highline Ballroom. Dates are throughout this march on the 5, 19, 23, 31. This live music scene staple is to become the house band for Jimmy Fallon's new talk show?
George Clinton - Let's Get Satisfied, this video is ridiculous, so were the 80's.
Mama’s Cookin’ returns to their Colorado roots in March for a 10-day trek through the mountain west. The formerly Colorado-based project is well known in the area for their trademark blend of hip-hop beats and soul-driven rock. Kicking off the tour in Fort Collins, CO - the band will zigzag across the state, playing shows in Denver, Boulder and a handful of mountain towns.
Since forming in Gunnison, CO, in 2001, Mama’s Cookin’ has garnered a reputation as being a pioneer of a new sound with a knack for precise timing and fluidity. The rootsy ensemble is driven by gritty guitars and an impeccable rhythm section that dares audiences not to dance. Zebuel Early’s sincere lyricism and vocal delivery incorporates spoken word and soulful singing. Their huge rock sound has Led Zeppelin painted all over it, yet their soul seems to come straight from the Mississippi Delta, with a dusting of New Orleans funk.
With more than seven successful years under their belt, the quartet features the right proportions of harmonica and slide guitar with a tight rhythm section carrying the sound. The tightened arrangement now features Zebuel Early (guitar, vocals), Eric Matlock (keys), Mike Adamo (drums) and Steve LaBella's (bass) – allowing the music to breathe more freely. One only need look at the quartet’s influences – R.L. Burnside, Hound Dog Taylor, Johnnie Taylor, Digable Planets – to realize the variety in their musical ambition.
On tour in support of their self-titled album, which was named by Jambands.com as the 12th best of 2008, Mama’s Cookin’ packs a powerful punch both live and recorded. Their trek through Colorado will include stops in Boulder, Breckenridge, Denver and Vail, before heading back to where it all began for the band, Crested Butte. Two shows follow in Telluride with a Colorado finale in Grand Junction, before the band heads west for select coastal performances.
Expect added dates and keep up with the tour at:
3/04 – Moe’s Alley – Santa Cruz, CA
3/06 – TBA – Salt Lake City, UT
3/07 – The Canyons (daytime performance) – Park City, UT
3/07 – The Star Bar (nighttime performance) – Park City, UT
3/11 – Hodi’s Halfnote – Fort Collins, CO
3/12 – Boulder Theatre – Boulder, CO
3/13 – three20south – Breckenridge, CO
3/14 – Quixote’s – Denver, CO
3/17 – Sandbar Sports Grill, St. Patty’s Day – Vail, CO
3/18 – Eldo – Crested Butte, CO
3/19 – Fly Me to the Moon, Live in Telluride – Telluride, CO
3/20 – Sheridan Opera House (Private Event) – Telluride, CO
3/21 – Mesa Theater – Grand Junction, CO
4/02 – The Mint – Los Angeles, CA
4/03 – SoHo – Santa Barbara, CA
4/10 – Mission Rock Cafe – San Francisco, CA
4/17 – TBA – Vancouver, BC
4/18 – TBA – Vancouver, BC
4/19 – Telus MTV World Ski & Snowboard Festival – Whistler, BC
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Bela Fleck and SCI Jamming at Telluride Bluegrass Festival
Bela Fleck-Buffalo Nickel off the Bluegrass Sessions
Earlier this month MoMA started installing vague signs in the Atlantic/Pacific subway stop in Brooklyn, alluding to an exhibit on the way. Today they unveiled their publicity campaign, which saturates every ad space in the two connected stations (including the turnstiles).
ROTHBURY Producer Jeremy Stein says "ROTHBURY is proud to host a community of conscious and involved fans who strive for a better future. We're also extremely grateful for the support of our local neighbors and the greater Michigan community. Together - we're raising the bar."
Look for artist line-up announcement here first as usual and ticket on-sale information coming soon.
bold social and environmental mission continues to manifest in 2009, building on last year's topic of Climate Change and Clean Energy Solutions. Within the festival, look for expanded ROTHBURY Think Tank activities and even more cutting-edge festival implementation of ever-changing technologies in the quest for energy independence. Beyond the festival, via innovative community projects and local partnerships.
Last Tuesday, The Tibet House hosted its 19th annual benefit concert at New York's Carnegie Hall. Tibet House co-founder Phillip Glass once again served as the event's Master of Ceremonies, introducing a number of the evening's performers, while still keeping the benefit's theme tightly focused on the political situations facing Tibet. Performances included Antibalas, The National (who performed two new, untitled songs), Vampire Weekend, Patti Smith, Steve Earle, Angelique Kidjo, Keb' Mo', Philip Glass, and his son Zack (whose performance served as an alternate answer to that age old question, how does one get to Carnegie Hall). The Monks from the Drepung Gomang Monastery started things off, with each band that followed playing two songs, and the night culminating with an all-star encore.
The Black Keys
Lucero / Heartless Bastards - TICKETS STILL AVAILABLE FOR FEB 8th AT THE WELLMONT THEATRE IN MONTCLAIR, NJ!
Fri 2/13 & Sat 2/14 all ages
The Neville Brothers / Dr. John & the Lower 911 New Orleans Klezmer All stars
Fri 2/20 all ages
Wed 2/25 & Thu 2/26 all ages
After the moe. concerts at Terminal 5 on 2/13 and 2/14.
The first is The Joe Russo Quartet featuring Todd Sickafoose, Erik Deutsch & Jonathan Goldberger. The show starts at 11:30pm on 2/13 and ticket prices are $12adv - $15dos.
The second is MICHETTI featuring Chris Michetti and Greg Stukey of RAQ, with an opening set by Jay Burwick of RAQ. The show starts at midnight and ticket prices are $10adv - $12dos.
Joe Russo (born December 18, 1976) is a drummer with Fat Mama, Robert Walter's 20th Congress, Danjaboots, Tom Hamilton's American Babies, and Benevento/Russo Duo. He is a double New Groove Winner at Jammys 2000 and 2005. In the summer of 2006 he was the drummer in a collaboration between Trey Anastasio, Mike Gordon, and the Benevento/Russo Duo (sometimes referred to as GRAB or Mike & the Italians).
You can find him online at: http://www.myspace.com/smallreddishroom
Chris Michetti is an accomplished guitarist who has performed with RAQ for over a decade at some of the most prestigous venues and festivals in the country.
You can find him online at: http://www.myspace.com/chrismichetti and: http://www.chrismichetti.com/
sullivan hall website
Blender /Irving Plaza
02/07/09 Golden Age of Hip Hop Part 1
* Doug E. FreshAll Concert Dates
* Chubb RockAll Concert Dates
* Brand NubianAll Concert Dates
* Positive KAll Concert Dates
* Lord FinesseAll Concert Dates
03/12/09 Los Lobos Buy Tickets
03/14/09 Infected Mushroom
04/03/09 Dr. Octagon vs. Dr. Dooom
In case you did not see yesterday’s announcement, I’m reaching out to let you know that Langerado 2009 has unfortunately been cancelled - I’ve pasted the press release below for your reference.
I sincerely apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused you and want to thank you for your amazing support of Langerado.
Madison House Publicity
4760 Walnut, Suite 106 | Boulder, CO 80301
Ph: 303.413.8308 | F: 303.413.8314
For Immediate Release
LANGERADO 2009 CANCELLED
Today, the 2009 Langerado Music Festival is cancelled due to sluggish ticket sales. The 7th annual event was slated to happen March 6-8 at their new home in downtown Miami’s Bicentennial Park.
Langerado’s independent local promoters, faced with a very tough decision in a dismal economy, cancelled the 2009 event only after every possible option was exhausted.
As Langerado Co-Promoter Ethan Schwartz explains, “Langerado has always put the fan experience first. Unfortunately, during these difficult economic times, and facing a first year in a new venue, it’s become apparent that we cannot execute a production that lives up to the high standards of our past events. Putting Langerado on hold was the toughest decision we have ever had to make. We are very grateful for the support of the greater-Miami community and the music community during this difficult time.”
All tickets purchased will be refunded. Please look for ticket refunds to be processed in the next 5-7 business days. Each order will be refunded to the credit card in full, minus the included order processing fees. Shipping fees will also be credited for those orders that did not select the free shipping promotion. Visit www.musictoday.com for more information.
In the spirit of this truly one of a kind event, guests are strongly encouraged to wear celebratory costumes and Mardi Gras finery. Throw beads will hang throughout the room and, in true Mardi Gras parade style, will be tossed out to the audience to wear during the show. The city of New Orleans holds one of the most famous Mardi Gras celebrations in the world, and Nolafunk.com will bring the thrill, fun, and intensity of a true New Orleans throw-down to New York City on February 21st.
Big Sam's Funky Nation is a funk and jazz brass band from New Orleans. Big Sam, formerly the trombonist for The Dirty Dozen Brass Band, keeps crowds dancing with his powerful playing, onstage energy and call/response style emceeing. His group of jazz trained musicians deemed "the funky nation" are known for their exuberant dancing and playing. Eric Lindell is a California born, New Orleans schooled soul/roots/rocker whose original songs combine rhythm and blues, reggae grooves, swamp rock and blues. He is accomplished on guitar, harmonica, keyboards and bass, and has performed with some of the Crescent City's top musicians as well as some of the jam band community's biggest names. Born in Sweden, Anders Osborne has called New Orleans home since 1985. His music combines classic American musical forms such as blues, rock and roll, and Crescent City funk to create a sound that acknowledges no borders as they're usually understood.
Nolafunk.com's 3rd Annual Mardi Gras Ball is presented by NYC-based independent concert promoters Creative Entertainment Group. CEG is dedicated to bringing the undeniable music and spirit of New Orleans to New York City through their Nolafunk.com website. Since 2005, CEG has brought incredible performances to New York City and beyond with artists like Ivan Neville's Dumpstaphunk, Rebirth Brass Band, Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Trombone Shorty, Bonerama, Jon Cleary, and many more creating an enthusiastic community of New Yorkers eager for more NOLA funk!
The party will be held at one of the city's newest venues, and recent winner of WNYC's listener poll for Best New Music Venue, (Le) Poisson Rouge (www.lepoissonrouge.com), a multimedia art cabaret founded by musicians on the site of the historic Village Gate. The venue will be decorated in purple, green and gold to create a festive Mardi Gras atmosphere. Celebrating among the decorations, costumes, and beads with the help of three New Orleans bands known for their superstar talent, energy, and for relentlessly keeping the crowd moving, guests are sure to enjoy a genuine Big Easy Mardi Gras experience right in New York City.
When: Saturday, February 21st, 2009. 8pm
Where: (Le) Poisson Rouge
158 Bleeker Street
New York, NY
Tickets: $25, $30 day of show, on sale at: http://lepoissonrouge.inticketing.com/ http://www.nolafunk.com http://www.ticketweb.com
Or call: (866) 468-7619
Event info call: 212-505-FISH
Ages: 18 to enter, 21 to drink
· Big Sam's Funky Nation on MySpace: http://www.myspace.com/bigsamsfunkynation
· Streaming songs by Eric Lindell: http://www.ericlindellband.com/musicFrame.htm
· Anders Osborne on MySpace: http://www.myspace.com/andersosbornenola
Top 3 reasons Langerado was Cancelled?
1) slow ticket sales due to phish concert and core fanbase backlash,
3) diverted too much from core fanbase delving into indie rock and other hipster music, sad because they really had no choice coinciding with the phish concert. (no choice except make it another date)
4)Miami not the place to hold a festival during this economy. Not only do you have to pay for tickets, you have to worry about a hotel room, transportation while you're there, and the fact that all the shows are strewn about the city really kills the community vibe that festivals are loved for.
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Looks like the promoters got the message loud and flear. I feel this is really too bad as despite all the negativity surrounding the festival I was looking forward to going to the show and seeing all my Florida friends. I can't wait to see this festival return next year at full force, just like Bonnaroo did this year and reclaim their throne! It truly is a cherished Florida institution.
The incident was audiotaped, and it's amazing. It happened on the set after a director of photography accidentally ruined a scene by walking onto the set. Bale lost it, screaming, yelling and threatening to quit if the bosses didn't fire the dude.
Film execs sent the tape to the insurance company that insured the film in case Bale bailed.
Mistakes happen, fix the problem and move on. The big DISRUPTION was the tantrum this man had. Actors have to get back into character, workers everywhere have to remember what they were doing, and to try and keep their minds on task. The entire set will now be harder to work on, because of the the environment Bale just produced. There is bad press, there are people who will not see this movie. Like I said, mistakes happen, fix the problem and move on.
2009 Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival Confirmed Artists:Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band
Phish (2 Shows)
Nine Inch Nails
Elvis Costello Solo
Ben Harper and Relentless7
The Mars Volta
TV on the Radio
Yeah Yeah Yeahs
Band of Horses
Béla Fleck & Toumani Diabate
Rodrigo y Gabriela
The Del McCoury Band
Coheed and Cambria
Booker T & the DBTs
David Grisman Quintet
Robert Earl Keen
Femi Kuti and the Positive Force
The Ting Tings
Robyn Hitchcock & The Venus 3
Grace Potter and the Nocturnals
King Sunny Adé
Zac Brown Band
Ted Leo and the Pharmacists
Mike Farris and the Roseland Rhythm Revue
People Under the Stairs
Vieux Farka Touré
Elvis Perkins In Dearland
Portugal. The Man.
The Low Anthem
The Lovell Sisters
We have heard from many fans regarding this past weekend's onsales, particularly the shows that went on sale via Live Nation's website. Many of you experienced extremely long wait times, error messages, and quite simply, an inability to get through and purchase tickets. Clearly, the system was unable to handle the extraordinary demand. We're very sensitive to making the process of getting Phish tickets as straightforward as possible. We apologize for any inconvenience and thank you for your continued support and patience.
2009 marks the 10th anniversary of Clean Vibes as its own company! As we celebrate a decade of event recycling, we have already been very busy gearing up for what appears to be the busiest Clean Vibes season to date. Lots of new festivals are making a commitment to reduce their footprint and want to work with us to ensure that they are walking the sustainable walk, not just talking the talk.
Some very exciting news for our 10th year as well – we have just launched our brand new and long overdue website!!! The site has been completely redesigned and has a long overdue update to all of the content of the site. So head on over to cleanvibes.com and check it out! Clean Vibes has come a long way in the last 10 years, and it is pretty amazing to see just how many events we have worked, and what an enormous impact our recycling efforts at all of these events have had on the Earth. Every single one of you that has worked or volunteered with us before should take great pride in all that the website, and the company as a whole, represents. We can’t wait to continue to help keep the scene clean and spread the clean vibe in 2009!
All that being said, we are now accepting applications for the 2009 season. The new applications can be downloaded from our website at:
Please be sure to read the descriptions of the positions carefully. Also, as always, all applicants have the option of submitting an audio version of the narrative section of the application in case you feel more comfortable speaking your answers than writing them.
**If you are only interested in volunteering with Clean Vibes this year, and you are receiving this email, you do NOT need to reapply as you have already been accepted within our volunteer database. If you want to volunteer with us at Bonnaroo, you can go ahead and sign up in the database now. Several other shows will be added to the database for sign up within the next few months.
If you have any questions, please email me at email@example.com Please read through all of the information on the Employment page of the website carefully before emailing with questions.
Thanks for all of your hard work and positive energy over the years – we hope to see you again this season!
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