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Tedeschi Trucks Band Play 2nd Of 2 In Washington, D.C.
Tedeschi Trucks Band brought their two-night run at the Warner Theatre by honoring Kofi Burbridge with a number of songs throughout the night.


Remembering Bob Casale: Devo Performing ‘Hey Hey, My My’ With Neil Young
Watch footage from Neil Young’s film ‘Human Highway’ of Devo performing “Hey Hey, My My (Into The Black) in memory of the late Bob Casale.


moe. Debuts Two New Songs In Maine – Full Show Audio
moe. debuted two new songs and got some help for bassist Rob Derhak's daughter Emma who sang lead on "Okayalright" at the State Theatre - listen to full show audio.


Gary Clark Jr. Appears On ‘Saturday Night Live’
Watch Gary Clark Jr. perform "Pearl Cadillac" and "This Land" on last night's episode of 'Saturday Night Live.'


moe. Uses Setlist To Insult President In Portland: Full Show Audio
moe.'s Al Schnier gave a politically-charged speech as moe. debuted the politically-charged "Screaming & Kicking" as part of a setlist that read "TRUMP IS A LYING ASS" when using the first letter of each song played.


John Prine Covers Spotify Playlist
Saturday Stream presents a Spotify Playlist of musicians covering renowned singer-songwriter John Prine.


Tedeschi Trucks Band Celebrate The Release Of ‘Signs’ In Washington D.C. – Full Show Audio
Tedeschi Trucks Band celebrated the release of 'Signs' at the Warner Theatre by playing it in full on an emotional night for the rock and soul ensemble - listen to full show audio.


Umphrey’s McGee Welcomes Horns For Night 2 At Brooklyn Steel: Full Show Audio
Check out full show audio and and videos of Umphrey's McGee joined by horns for INXS and Little Feat classics at Brooklyn Steel on Friday night.


The Marcus King Band Performs On ‘The Late Show With Stephen Colbert’
The Marcus King Band made their debut on 'The Late Show With Stephen Colbert' last night - watch the band perform "Goodbye Carolina."


Musicians React To The Death Of Kofi Burbridge
Read and view a number of tributes to multi-instrumentalist Kofi Burbridge that have streamed in since the NYC native's tragic death on Friday.


VideoETA News

Review: 'Red' & 'Red 2' come out of retirement on 4K UHD

In 2009, Liam Neeson launched a new genre of geriatric action films with Taken and we have been better off ever since? The following year, upstart film company Summit Entertainment was still riding high on the wave of their successful Twilight film when they brought their own entry in the geriatric action genre Red to market.


Summit banked their burgeoning franchise on one-time action star supreme Bruce Willis and a gaggle... Read More



Review: 'The Last Face' falls flat

What do you get when you pair a couple of Academy Award winning actors with an Academy Award winning actor turned director? If you said, "an awards season contender that will appeal to all audiences," then you would be siding with logic. If, however, you were watching The Last Face, then you would have something different altogether.


Don't get me wrong, I love Charlize Theron and Javier Bardem has turned in... Read More



Review: Jack Bauer returns as President in 'Designated Survivor'

I suppose becoming President of the United States was the logical next step for 24 survivor Jack Bauer, but it's a survival of a completely different sort that Kiefer Sutherland discovers on Designated Survivor: The Complete First Season. Yes, I know that Jack Bauer is only a character that Kiefer Sutherland played for a bunch of high-tension seasons on the popular TV series, but Jack and Kiefer might as well... Read More



Check it out: E-commerce is coming

Since the day we started the site in 1999, there has been one question asked more than any other: why can't I buy this movie from VideoETA? We are excited to announce that starting Tuesday, you will be able to buy all of your favorite movies, and more, directly from us.


If you are a fan of the old information only site, don't despair. All of the same great release date... Read More



Review: Disney bestows Signature status on 'The Lion King'

You have to give it to Disney, they sure know how to create an industry of making money on the same film over and over again. Whether it is their infamous vault that seemingly gobbles up its films for years at a time to drive demand as supply drives up or their ability to pull new content from their seemingly bottomless reservoir of bonus features, one thing is certain.


Each version... Read More



Review: 'Star Wars Rebels: Season 3' basks in nostalgia

If you're like me, then you relish any opportunity to relive our Star Wars youth. Thanks to Disney's purchase of LucasFilm, we are no longer simply children at heart, but now we have almost daily new content from that galaxy far, far away.


Let's be honest though, not all of this new content is worthy to carry the Star Wars name. Granted, it's not as bad as the old Expanded Universe... Read More



Review: 'Dean' heralds in a new, exciting voice

I have to admit that while I sometimes fashion myself as a pop culture aficionado, there are moments when I am woefully clueless. Demetri Martin is the latest example of a glaring hole in my expertise, but it's better to be late to the party than not arriving at all, right?

As my wife and I sat down to watch Dean, I said that I thought she'd like it because the... Read More



Review: Nic Cage hits new low with 'Inconceivable'

Inconceivable!


No, not the phrase popularized by Wallace Shawn in the film The Princess Bride, but rather a new film out this week starring Nicolas Cage. What is truly Inconceivable though is how Nic Cage continues to land roles in films despite his spiral from the heights of Hollywood's heavyweights.


Believe it or not, it has only been 21 years since he won an Oscar for his performance in Leaving Las Vegas,... Read More



Review: 'Guardians of the Galaxy 2' is 4 times better on 4K UHD

Believe it or not, I'm not going to bury the lede on this review. Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 is an amazing film that I thought was better than the original. If you have the ability to play 4K UHD Blu-rays, then you NEED to own this film on this format.


Well, I guess that I'll be going now. What? You want more? OK, fine.


In order to appreciate just how... Read More



Review: Is it time to kill off 'The Walking Dead' for good?

Well, I'm sure this review will cause a bit of a divisive reaction around these parts. I have been watching The Walking Dead since it premiered, but I have found that as the seasons go on, I am finding it more difficult to motivate myself to watch the show.


Seasons five and six were brutal for the most part, but I had hoped that the introduction of Jeffrey Dean Morgan as... Read More



Review: 'Ash vs Evil Dead: Season 2' is a bloody good time

I have a pretty big confession to make. Up until I reviewed Ash vs. Evil Dead: The Complete Second Season, I had not seen a single frame of anything in the Evil Dead franchise.


Not the original film. Not any of the sequels. Not a single episode of season one of Ash vs. Evil Dead.


So, why would I even attempt to watch and review Ash vs. Evil Dead: Season Two? Because... Read More



Review: McConaughey is in full high-res glory on 'Lincoln Lawyer' 4K UHD

Many decades from now, the eternal question will be, when did Matthew McConaughey's resurgence in film begin? Or not. He could simply fade away as a one-time Oscar winner never to be heard from again.


Such is the enigma wrapped in a riddle that is Matthew McConaughey. I have to put it on front street right here, I'm a fan. I love every incarnation of Matthew McConaughey there is. Romantic comedy... Read More



Review: 'Treasure Hounds' isn't original, but kids love it

If you're reading this review and over the age of 15, then let me save you some time. Unless you have children, Treasure Hounds will bore you to sleep. If you are a younger reader, I'm a bit concerned that you're reading this review on a video release date site but welcome.


There is nothing inherently wrong with Treasure Hounds per se, but as I watched it with my kids, I... Read More



Review: 'Start Your Engines' expands the Mickey franchise nicely

When Disney debuted the Mickey and the Roadster Racers property, we talked about their foresight in extending the Mickey brand beyond the early childhood demographic of Mickey Mouse Clubhouse. Not only was it a wise decision, but as I discovered first hand, the new path is connecting really well with boys.


My son quickly outgrew Mickey Mouse Clubhouse while my daughter enjoyed it well into her third year. But when... Read More



Review: 'The Hunter's Prayer' is familiar but forgettable

It would be easy to cast off The Hunter's Prayer as just another in a long line of Leon clones, but that would be a disservice for a film that offers a surprising level of character development. Most films in this oeuvre trade any sort of character building for more and bigger explosions, but The Hunter's Prayer strikes a good balance between the two.


The film is a polished gem that... Read More



Review: 'Warlock' finally appears on Blu-ray

We have written about the Vestron Video Collector's Series before and if you are a fan of 1980s/1990s horror, then I'm preaching to the choir. If you don't consider yourself a horror aficionado, then might I present to you a collection of films that proudly bathes itself in just about every cliché and trope of the genre from this time.


To simply dismiss the Warlock movies as horror films would be... Read More



'Pirates' sails home to 4K UHD, Blu-ray and DVD on October 3

Remember when Disney wasn't in the 4K UHD business? Yeah, that was Monday. In case you were sleeping earlier this week, Disney announced on Tuesday that they were going to release their first ever film on the nascent 4K UHD Blu-ray format when Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 debuts on home entertainment on August 22.


Well, Disney wasted no time to reaffirm its newfound commitment to the latest home entertainment... Read More



Review: 'Smurfs' returns to its roots with 'The Lost Village'

As much as I appreciated the attempt to combine live-action and animation in the two recent Smurfs films, there was just something intrinsically wrong with seeing Smurfs interact with live actors. It's not that either film was inherently flawed per se, it's just that they lacked a bit of the mystique and panache of the original animated TV series.


I get it. Today's film environment has evolved to a place where... Read More



Review: 'Their Finest' is a most worthy effort

I know that I'm late to the party on Gemma Arterton, but if there's one film that proves that I should have noticed her sooner, it is Their Finest. There isn't any one thing about her performance that stands out, but rather the fact that she is able to carry the weight of a rather predictable plot and still make it enjoyable to watch is, in itself, amazing.


The film is... Read More



Review: Luc Besson debuts two beautiful films on 4K UHD

If there's one director that has a polarizing visual style, it's Luc Besson. He's known for his distinctive visual epics that have gotten better as technology has finally caught up to his vision. But, you either love his style or hate it, there's really not much middle ground to be had.


I have always considered myself a fan of Luc's work and have spent many hours to no avail arguing with... Read More



Disney enters the 4K UHD business with 'Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2'

Phew, Hollywood's worst-kept secret is finally out of the bag. With today's announcement that Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 will be coming to all physical home entertainment formats on August 22, Disney is officially in the 4K UHD Blu-ray business.


Disney was the last holdout among the "big six" studios with the newest format, but relented when Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 director James Gunn practically coerced them to... Read More



Review: 'Song to Song' is more B-side than hit single

If there's one thing about a Terrence Malick film, you are destined to either love it or hate it. There really isn't much of a middle ground. Song to Song is the first of his films that might see people from both sides meet in the middle.


I'm normally a big Malick fan, but I was left with a rather meh feeling after watching Song to Song. There's really nothing wrong... Read More



Review: Jessica Chastain earns Oscar cred with 'Zookeeper's Wife'

After countless films detailing the atrocities of World War II in the last 70 years or so, you would think that they would run out of stories to tell. And then, something like The Zookeeper's Wife comes along. Sure, it's easy to simply dismiss it as another quasi-Schindler's List, but the power of its message isn't easily duplicated.


The true power, of course, is that both films are based on true... Read More



Review: 'The Unholy' finds new life on Blu-ray

We have written before about the Vestron Collector's Series and how it has given us a fond trip down memory lane with bulked-up versions of the niche video house's classic films. As someone who grew up on the cheese of 1980s horror films, these films have a special place in my heart and I'm giddy that they are finally being given the special feature treatment that they deserve.


You see, most... Read More



Review: Too much turbulence for 'Altitude'

If you ever found yourself thinking, 'Man, I wonder what Denise Richards is up these days?' then Altitude is the film for you. Other than that, there really isn't anything in the film that moves the needle much.


It's not often that I fail to find a single redeeming quality in a film, but this might be one of them. I mean is there anything more unbelievable than Denise Richards as... Read More



Review: 'Life' is reborn on Blu-ray

It's funny, some films are universally beloved while others are unanimously booed, but it is the rare film indeed that seemingly splits crowds right down the middle. Life is a film that is able to pull off that feat.


As a reviewer, I can understand the disparity in opinions because I went through the gauntlet of emotions while watching the film. I had pretty high expectations going into the film with... Read More



Review: 'Everybody Loves Somebody' is a cultural celebration

While certain people who shall remain nameless spend a lot of their time talking about building walls, Hollywood is finally starting to embrace the culture south of the border. For many decades, the shenanigans of Tijuana encapsulated the extent of Mexican culture in film, but that has gradually changed over the intervening years.

Part of that reason (or maybe most) is the fact that Spanish-speaking viewers are increasing in megaplexes across... Read More



Review: 'John Wick: Chapter 2' is a bloody good time

Let's face it, Keanu Reeves doesn't have much luck when it comes to sequels to his massive action films. The Matrix was iconic. The two sequels? Not so much. So, after finally seeing John Wick one drunken night on Netflix, I was desperately waiting for its sequel.

Well, desperately waiting and legitimately petrified that they would find a way to mess it up so much that it would ruin the original... Read More



Review: 'Americano' breathes fresh air into crowded subgenre

You know, I think the proliferation of animated children's movies has reached epidemic levels. I mean, as the father to a pair of kids under six years older, I'm not complaining (too much), but the sheer number of animated fare has skyrocketed in the last decade.

Think about it. We used to simply refer to them as animated films (or cartoons if you're as old as I am), but now that's... Read More



Monday Mixer: 'Wonder Woman' continues its domination

If you follow the NHL like I do, today is usually the worst day of the year. The hockey season is officially over and the long summer months officially begin. The next season doesn't officially start until October, which seems like so far away from now.

I have come to learn this morning that it's even more painful when your team loses in the Stanley Cup Final. Sure, this run was... Read More



GANNETT Syndication Service

50 Cent fires back at NYPD commander who allegedly told officers to 'shoot him on sight'
50 Cent didn't take the allegations lightly, unleashing a series of Instagram posts against NYPD Commanding Officer Emanuel Gonzalez.

     
 
 


Who is Miranda Lambert's new husband, mystery man Brendan Mcloughlin?
Country singer Miranda Lambert shared happy news Saturday: She's married Brendan McLoughlin. Here's what we know about her new husband so far.

     
 
 


'Alita' beats down 'Lego Movie 2' to win a sleepy Presidents Day weekend at the box office
Rebel Wilson's 'Isn't It Romantic' and horror sequel 'Happy Death Day 2U' were no competition for 'Alita: Battle Angel' at the box office.

     
 
 


Victoria Beckham's family steals the show at London Fashion Week
Victoria Beckham doesn't need celebrities at her fashion shows. Her A-list family provides more than enough star power.

     
 
 


Jussie Smollett 'Angered and Devastated' By Claims Alleged Attack Was a Hoax
Actor Jussie Smollett says he’s "angered and devastated" at suggestions the alleged attack against him was a hoax. Nathan Rousseau Smith has the story.

     
 
 


Chicago police pursue claims Jussie Smollett attack may have been faked
A police source tells USA TODAY that investigators are attempting to interview Jussie Smollett again about an attack on the "Empire" actor.

     
 
 


3 injured at 'Hamilton' after medical emergency sparks evacuation
A performance of "Hamilton" ended with three injuries Friday after a medical scare forced the audience to "self-evacuate" in San Francisco.

     
 
 


'SNL' host Don Cheadle makes fashion statement, dons Trump Soviet Union jersey
Don Cheadle, who performed hosting duties on this weekend's "Saturday Night Live," made a fashion statement about Trump as he closed the show.

     
 
 


'SNL': Trump slaps back after Alec Baldwin mocks his national emergency news conference
Alec Baldwin impersonated President Trump on "Saturday Night Live," which played off him defending his decision to declare a national emergency.

     
 
 


Don Cheadle makes fashion statements as 'SNL' host
'SNL' host, Don Cheadle, makes serious fashion statements.

     
 
 


Ellen Page muses on playing violin for Netflix's 'Umbrella Academy': 'It was so hard'
Ellen Page learned to play violin for Netflix's 'Umbrella Academy,' in which she plays the lone non-powered member of a superhero family.

     
 
 


Lee Radziwill, Jackie Kennedy Onassis’ sister, dies at 85
Fashion icon Lee Radziwill died of unknown causes in her home, according to reports. Here are 5 things to know about the New York socialite.

     
 
 


Baldwin returns to 'SNL' to mock Trump's press conference
Alec Baldwin appears in the opening sketch of 'SNL' as President Trump.

     
 
 


Depression in pregnant women and new moms is preventable, experts say. Here's how
Experts studied ways end depression in pregnant women and new moms and found counseling was better than exercise, sleep training and antidepressants.

     
 
 


5 books not to miss: 'Daughter of Moloka'i,' 'Care and Feeding of Ravenously Hungry Girls'
The sequel to "Moloka'i," Anissa Gray's novel, Thomas Mallon's fictionalized political novel, Lisa Gardner's newest D.D. Warren book and more

     
 
 


Police: Two brothers told investigators they were paid by Jussie Smollett to stage attack
A police source tells USA TODAY that investigators are attempting to interview Smollett again, so they can question him about the brothers' account. Attorneys for Smollett say there is no truth to reports that the actor played a role in an assault.

     
 
 


Actor Bruno Ganz, who played Adolf Hitler in 'Downfall,' dies at 77
Swiss actor Bruno Ganz, who played Adolf Hitler cooped up in his Berlin bunker in "Downfall" and an angel in Wim Wenders' "Wings of Desire," has died.

     
 
 


Women filmmakers have record showing at Berlin Film Festival
The voice of the female filmmaker was louder than ever at this year's Berlin International Film Festival, with 63 percent of the films presented across the festival's 15 different sections helmed by women. (Feb. 16)

     
 
 


Reports: Lee Radziwill, sister of Jackie Kennedy Onassis, dies at age 85
Radziwill was born Caroline Lee Bouvier in 1933 to stockbroker John Vernou Bouvier III and socialite Janet Norton Lee.

     
 
 


Spoilers! How the 'Happy Death Day 2U' end-credits scene sets up a threequel
A college girl has had to die over and over again in two 'Happy Death Day' movies. But another test subject has emerged for the inevitable threequel.

     
 
 


The life of fashion icon Lee Radziwill
Lee Radziwill was the younger sister of Jackie Kennedy.

     
 
 


The Governors Ball at the Oscars has international foods
The 1,500 guests that pour into the Governors Ball after the Academy Awards this year will be greeted by theatre-inspired styling and international foods. (Feb. 15)

     
 
 


'Umbrella Academy' brings a storm of unconventional comic-book TV
Netflix's 'The Umbrella Academy' is part of a new class of unconventional comic-book adaptations, including 'Doom Patrol,' 'The Boys' and 'Y.'

     
 
 


Gucci plans to step up diversity hiring after 'blackface' controversy
Gucci announced a major push to step up diversity hiring as part of a long-term plan to build cultural awareness following their controversial sweater that resembled blackface.

     
 
 


Lemieux and Gretzky Part 2: Wayne's son, Mario's daughter act in movie together
Three decades they dominated the NHL, Wayne Gretzky's son and Mario Lemieux's daughter will appear together in a film -- appropriately about hockey.

     
 
 


'A Star Is Born' on DVD, 'Office Space's 20th anniversary highlight week in entertainment
What's on tap for the week ahead? Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper in 'A Star Is Born'; Jennifer Aniston's 'Office Space' celebrates 20(!) years

     
 
 


5 rom-coms to kindle -- or rekindle -- romance this weekend
To keep the romantic glow of Valentine's Day all weekend long, here are some of our favorite romantic comedies to stream with someone you love.

     
 
 


Jussie Smollett case: Two men released after police interrogation reveals 'new evidence'
Chicago police arrested two men they previously identified as "potential suspects" for the Jan. 29 attack on "Empire" actor Jussie Smollett. The men were released Friday.

     
 
 


Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox's private jet forced to make emergency landing
A private jet with Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox and other friends was forced to make an emergency landing Friday.

     
 
 


After Hollywood outcry, Academy reverses Oscars plans: All awards will air live, after all
After an outcry from major stars, the motion picture academy reversed its plan to present four Oscars during commercial breaks to shorten the show.

     
 
 


How to host an epic Oscar party your friends will remember
Hosting an Oscars party is a serious responsibility, after all its Hollywood’s biggest night and if you’ve taken on the challenge but are still scrambling for a couple ways to make your party POP!

     
 
 


'Melrose Place' actress Amy Locane given more jail time for fatal DWI accident
Amy Locane, the actress who appeared on "Melrose Place," has been sentenced to five years in prison almost nine years after causing a fatal crash.

     
 
 


First lady Melania Trump: Style Diary

     
 
 


Tommy Lee gets hitched... again!
Motley Crue drummer Tommy Lee married social-media star Brittany Furlan on Valentine's Day. The two shared the news on Instagram using a photo of their dogs standing in as bride and groom.

     
 
 


Mark-Paul Gosselaar reveals who he had a crush on as a teen
Mark-Paul Gosselaar had more than one pretty woman to crush on in his youth. (Feb. 15)

     
 
 


21 Savage gives first interview since his arrest
Rapper 21 Savage gave his first interview to ABC's "Good Morning America" after he was detained by ICE for overstaying his visa.

     
 
 


You can turn your favorite comfort food into tasty soup
Reinvent your favorite meals into warm and yummy soups with these slow cooker recipes!

     
 
 


911 calls: Miranda Lambert 'flipping plates' in Nashville steakhouse
911 received multiple calls describing country star Miranda Lambert's fight at a restaurant in Nashville where she was said to be with her mom and a man.

     
 
 


Criminal Minds' star fires back after ex-manager accuses her of 'piggybacking' on #MeToo
"Criminal Minds" star A.J. Cook is suing her ex manger for failing to tell her about sexual misconduct allegations against him.

     
 
 


Ryan Reynolds reveals his true, terrifying bear encounter: ‘We screamed bloody murder'
Ryan Reynolds, who narrates the new IMAX nature film 'Great Bear Rainforest,' tells USA TODAY about his scary camping-trip encounter with a real bear.

     
 
 


R. Kelly scandal: Gloria Allred says teen depicted on reported sex tape may be her client
Attorney Gloria Allred is worried that teen girl in new R.Kelly "sex tape" may be her client. She's upset tape was shared with media and others.

     
 
 


Pink admits 'stressful' Thanksgiving tire slashing incident was in 2003
"My hand just went straight down the knife," Pink told Ellen DeGeneres of the injury she got from slashing husband Carey Hart's tires.

     
 
 


Sports Illustrated model Kate Upton shares honest 'pregame' breast-pumping picture
The model and actress posted a photo using a breast pump before her Valentine's Day dinner with husband Justin Verlander.

     
 
 


'She's flipping plates': 911 calls detail Miranda Lambert's reported fight at steakhouse
A caller said Miranda Lambert was in Nashville's Stoney River steakhouse with her mother and a man before the incident broke out; salads were dumped.

     
 
 


Rebel Wilson reveals she got a concussion while filming 'Isn't It Romantic?'
Rebel Wilson suffered a head injury, as well as a few broken toenails, while filming her new anti-rom-com "Isn't It Romantic?," she told People.

     
 
 


Hasbro's new Raising Hell game will make parents laugh about kids so they don't cry
Billed as 'a party game for adults who know kids can be a real pain,' Raising Hell is new from Hasbro.

     
 
 


Harry Potter stars: Where are they now?
What have the stars of "Harry Potter" been doing after the movie franchise called it a wrap?

     
 
 


Biggest moments from the 2019 Grammys
The 61st Annual Grammy Awards were handed out at Staples Center in Los Angeles Sunday.

     
 
 


Celeb mugshots: The good, the bad, the ugly

     
 
 


Stars kick off 2019 with shocking, sexy looks
2019 has just begun and stars are already taking risks on the red carpet with sheer dresses, bold cutouts and barely-there dresses.

     
 
 


Day in celebrities

     
 
 


Relix Media

In Memoriam: Kofi Burbridge, 1961–2019

  Multi-instrumentalist Kofi Burbridge—who is best known for his keyboard and flute work in Tedeschi Trucks Band, The Derek Trucks Band and Aquarium Rescue Unit—has died following complications surrounding treatment for an ongoing cardiac issue. He was 57. Born in 1961 in Bronx, N.Y., Kofi and his family moved to Washington, D.C., two years later. […]

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Watch Bob Weir, Jerry Harrison and Leslie Mendelson Join Steve Kimock & Friends at Sweetwater Music Hall

  Steve Kimock wrapped up a three-night run at Sweetwater Music Hall in Mill Valley, CA, on Thursday evening, continuing his collaboration with a band of Friends including keyboardist Jeff Chimenti, bassist Reed Mathis and drummer John Kimock. Led by the host guitarist, the collective also welcomed Bob Weir, vocalist Leslie Mendelson and former Talking […]

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LOCKN’ Festival Drops 2019 Lineup: Trey Anastasio Band feat. Derek Trucks, Tedeschi Trucks Band feat. Trey Anastasio, Bob Weir & Wolf Bros feat. Susan Tedeschi and More

  The LOCKN’ Festival has announced its 2019 lineup, featuring several collaborations between Tedeschi Trucks Band, Trey Anastasio Band and Bob Weir & Wolf Bros. The festival is scheduled from Aug. 22-25 at Infinity Downs in Arrington, VA, and the specific daily headliners are Trey Anastasio Band featuring Derek Trucks (Aug. 23), Tedeschi Trucks Band featuring […]

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James Booker: The Lost Paramount Tapes

Lost for decades and now recovered for all to behold, this captivating archival treasure provides a glimpse into the complex New Orleans piano legend arguably at the height of his powers, riding a late-night zenith with a locked-in band. This release drops the listener in on a nocturnal jam session led by James Booker, running […]

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WinterWonderGrass Tahoe Details Grass After Dark Schedule

  WinterWonderGrass Tahoe will return to California’s Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows at the end of March, and the festival has revealed the lineup and schedule for its late-night offerings, including performances from Leftover Salmon, Travelin’ McCourys, Fruition and more. Spread over four intimate locations, Grass After Dark will also include music from Jeff Austin Band, […]

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Okkervil River: Hugs & Kisses

This article originally appears in the January/February 2019 issue of Relix. For more features, interviews, album reviews and more, subscribe here.   Despite naming a song on Okkervil River’s recent LP “Don’t Move Back to LA,” Will Sheff turns a page and heads West on a spiritual journey informed by his recent interests in meditation, mystical […]

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Watch Brandi Carlile Follow Up Fiery Grammys Performance with Acoustic Version of “The Joke” on ‘Ellen’

  This past weekend, Brandi Carlile set fire to the Grammys with her full-band performance of “The Joke,” and the singer-songwriter followed up that much-hyped showing with an appearance on Ellen this week, delivering an acoustic—but equally goosebump-inducing—rendition of the single. Listening to either performance makes it pretty clear why Carlile also took home multiple awards on […]

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Premiere: Citizen Cope’s New Song from First Album in 7 Years, ‘Heroin and Helicopters’

photo credit Alex Elena On March 1, Citizen Cope will release his first album in seven years, Heroin and Helicopters, via his own RainWater Recordings label and Thirty Tigers. The title was inspired by a few words from from Carlos Santana. Cope, whose given name is Clarence Greenwood, recalls,  “I was at The Fillmore when Carlos […]

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Brooklyn Bowl and Relix Announce SXSW “Family Reunion”

  The Brooklyn Bowl, Relix and more have teamed up with Harley Davidson to create a three-day SXSW showcase, stretching from March 14-16 at The Historic Scoot Inn in Austin, Tx. Performers have yet to be announced, but organizers promise over 25 artists curated by Relix, Brooklyn Vegan, and Consequence of Sound. Last year’s Brooklyn Bowl Family Reunion […]

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The Relix Channel and Pigeons Playing Ping Pong Announce Webcast Partnership

  Starting Friday, Feb. 15, The Relix Channel will partner with psych-funk quartet Pigeons Playing Ping Pong for a series of livestreams on their winter tour. “We’re honored and thrilled to be teaming up with Relix and couches everywhere,” singer-guitarist Greg Ormont said of the new partnership. “Now, if you can’t make it to the […]

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