Watch Andrew Bird And Iron & Wine Perform At Yosemite National Park

Singer-songwriters Andrew Bird and Iron & Wine (Sam Beam) teamed up to help launch Lucky Brand and La Blogothèque’s Play For The Parks series. The videos filmed at the scenic Yosemite National Park see Beam backing Bird up on the latter’s “Manifest” while Andrew returns the favor on Iron & Wine’s “Upward Over The Mountain.”
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Greensky Bluegrass Welcomes Lukas Nelson & Debuts The Band Cover At Red Rocks

Greensky Bluegrass kicked off a three-night run at Red Rocks in Morrison, Colorado on Friday. The quintet welcomed Lukas Nelson and also went it alone to debut a cover by The Band. Greensky Bluegrass — mandolinist Paul Hoffman, guitarist Dave Bruzza, banjoist Michael Bont, bassist Mike Devol and dobro player Anders Beck — got things
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CBS ‘Sunday Morning’ Red Rocks Profile Features The String Cheese Incident

CBS’ Sunday Morning recently aired a profile on Colorado’s iconic Red Rocks Amphitheatre. The piece featured music from The String Cheese Incident’s appearance at the venue in July, an interview with members of SCI and more. The profile kicks off with footage of one of Red Rocks’ renowned yoga sessions ahead of some history on
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Ramblin’ Jack Elliott Joins Bob Weir & Wolf Bros At Greek Theatre

Bob Weir and Wolf Bros delivered a performance at the Greek Theatre in Berkeley, California on Saturday. The band welcomed folk legend Ramblin’ Jack Elliott during the first in-person expanded lineup Wolf Bros in the Bay Area since the pandemic began. Guitarist Bob Weir, bassist Don Was, drummer Jay Lane, keyboardist Jeff Chimenti and pedal
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The String Cheese Incident Kicks Of Red Rocks Run

The String Cheese Incident returned to Red Rocks on Friday in their home state of Colorado for the first of three concerts. The show featured a healthy mix of Cheese classics and newer tunes as well as covers from Talking Heads and more. SCI got their Red Rocks run underway with “Shine.” Guitarist Bill Nershi
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The String Cheese Incident Wraps Run At Dillon Amphitheater

The String Cheese Incident concluded their two-night stand at Dillon Amphitheater in the band’s home state of Colorado on Wednesday. As with the night previous, the show got off to a late start due to weather but SCI still fit in two sets and an encore for the Dillon finale. When the weather allowed, Cheese
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Billy & The Kids Kick Off Red Rocks Run With Billy Strings + James Casey

Billy & The Kids featuring Grateful Dead drummer Bill Kreutzmann, bassist Reed Mathis, The Disco Biscuits keyboardist Aron Magner and Joe Russo’s Almost Dead/Ghost Light guitarist Tom Hamilton as well as special guests guitarist Billy Strings and saxophonist James Casey of the Trey Anastasio Band played their first of two sold-out “Dead On The Rocks”
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The Avett Brothers Welcome G. Love At Red Rocks

The Avett Brothers kicked off a three-night run at Red Rocks on Friday. The band would welcome opener G. Love mid-set at the iconic Colorado venue. The Avetts got the show underway with “Head Full of Doubt/Road Full of Promise” from their landmark 2009 album I And Love And You. “Gimmeakiss,” “November Blue” and “Trouble
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Widespread Panic Performs Bloodkin Set At Red Rocks

Widespread Panic’s first set on Sunday at Red Rocks consisted entirely of Bloodkin covers. The show wrapped a sold-out, three-night run at the outdoor venue near Denver. Widespread Panic has a long association with Bloodkin — who also formed in Athens, Georgia — and has covered many of the Bloodkin’s songs. Bloodkin co-founder Daniel Hutchens
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Widespread Panic Dusts Off Black Sabbath & Jimi Hendrix Covers At Red Rocks

Widespread Panic continued their Red Rocks run on Saturday. After delivering an all-original set the night previous, Panic dusted off songs from Black Sabbath and Jimi Hendrix during the cover-heavy second of three concerts at the iconic Colorado venue. WSP got the show underway with the classic “Holden Oversoul.” The steady beat from Duane Trucks
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