Trey Anastasio Keeps The Tour Debuts & Bust Outs Coming In Charlotte

Saturday's Trey Anastasio concert in Charlotte featured three songs he hadn't performed solo acoustic in over a decade.

Tedeschi Trucks Band Closes Out Four Night Stand At The Warner Theatre

Tedeschi Trucks Band finished off their two-weekend run in Washington, D.C. with a bust out of a David Bowie song and a pair of Sly & The Family Stone classics.

Widespread Panic Performs Before Massive Crowd At Hometown Concert In 1998

Watch Widespread Panic performing in front of a huge audience at a hometown record release concert held in Athens, Georgia in 1998.

Dead & Company Welcomes Michael Franti At Playing In The Sand

After a night off Dead & Company returned to the stage at Playing In The Sand, watch pro-shot video from the openers from both sets.

Mike Gordon Opens Los Angeles Run At Teragram Ballroom – Photos, Audio & Setlist

Bassist Mike Gordon brought his five-piece to the Teragram Ballroom in Los Angeles for his first of two shows on Friday, where Rob Chapman captured the action.

Pro-Shot Video: Joe Russo’s Almost Dead Continues Short Midwest Run In St. Louis

Watch pro-shot video of the openers from both sets from JRAD's show last night at The Pageant in St. Louis.

Widespread Panic Dust Off Professor Longhair Cover At 1st Of 2 In Birmingham

Widespread Panic played their first shows on U.S. soil last night returning to the Legacy Arena in Alabama for the first time since 2016.

Full Show Audio: moe. Continues To Debut New Material At 1st Of 2 In Maine

moe. picked up their short February tour last night the State Theatre, which featured the debut of the fifth new song of the year and a sit-in from a friend on "Dead Flowers."

Trey Anastasio Acoustic Spotify Playlist

Listen to a Spotify Playlist featuring Phish guitarist Trey Anastasio performing acoustic in various settings throughout his career.

Umphrey’s McGee Welcomes Jen Hartswick, Dave Grippo & String Quartet On This Date In 2006

Listen to a magical night in Umphrey's McGee history including the debut of "Morning Song," a 30+ minute "DBK" with Dave Grippo, a bust out featuring Jen Hartswick and a string quartet on "Great American."

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'


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

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Birthmarked - Trailer
Two respected scientists decide to quit their jobs for their biggest experiment to date – parenthood! Raising three very different children, they seek to prove that everyone has the same potential to become anything they choose.

Ready Player One - Trailer 3
From cinematic game changer Steven Spielberg comes Ernest Cline's holy grail of pop culture. Ready Player One - In Theaters March 30, 2018.

Uncle Drew - Trailer
After draining his life savings to enter a team in the Rucker Classic street ball tournament in Harlem, Dax (Lil Rel Howery) is dealt a series of unfortunate setbacks, including losing his team to his longtime rival (Nick Kroll). Desperate to win the tournament and the cash prize, Dax stumbles upon the man, the myth, the legend UNCLE DREW (NBA All-Star Kyrie Irving) and convinces him to return to the court one more time. The two men embark on a road trip to round up Drew's old basketball squad (Shaquille O’Neal, Chris Webber, Reggie Miller, Nate Robinson, and Lisa Leslie) and prove that a group of seniors can still win the big one.

Itzhak - Trailer
From Schubert to Strauss, Bach to Brahms, Mozart to…Billy Joel, Itzhak Perlman’s violin playing transcends mere performance to evoke the celebrations and struggles of real life; “praying with the violin,” says renowned Tel Aviv violinmaker Amnon Weinstein. Alison Chernick’s enchanting documentary looks beyond the sublime musician, to see the polio survivor whose parents emigrated from Poland to Israel, the young man who struggled to be taken seriously as a music student when schools saw only his disability. Itzhak himself is funny, irreverent and self-deprecating, and here his life story unspools in conversations with masterful musicians, family and friends, most endearingly his devoted wife of 50 years, Toby. Itzhak and Toby’s lives are dedicated to their large, loving, Jewish family in NYC and their continual support of young musicians in Israel.  As charming and entrancing as the famous violinist himself, Itzhak is a portrait of musical virtuosity seamlessly enclosed in warmth, humor, and above all, love.

Beirut - Clip
A U.S. diplomat (Jon Hamm) flees Lebanon in 1972 after a tragic incident at his home. Ten years later, he is called back to war-torn Beirut by CIA operatives (Rosamund Pike) to negotiate for the life of a friend he left behind.

Golden Slumber - Trailer
A newly elected prime minister is assassinated as part of a conspiracy, and a deliveryman has to flee for his life when he is framed and the evidence against him begins to accumulate.

The Heart of Nuba - Trailer
The only surgeon within 200 miles, ‘Dr. Tom’ and a small Sudanese staff treat as many as 400 patients a day at Mother of Mercy Hospital, located in the heart of the Nuba Mountains. The region is the latest target of aerial bombardment by the Sudanese government, ordered by Omar al-Bashir, a dictator wanted by the International Criminal Court for crimes against humanity and war crimes. Living under the constant shadow of bombers overhead, Dr. Tom and his staff defy Bashir’s ban on humanitarian aid, work tirelessly to save the lives of the Nuba people, and bring hope to one million people who would be otherwise forgotten.

Beauty And The Dogs - Trailer
When Mariam, a young Tunisian woman, is raped by police officers after leaving a party, she is propelled into a harrowing night in which she must fight for her rights even though justice lies on the side of her tormentors. Employing impressive cinematic techniques and anchored by a tour-de-force performance from newcomer Mariam Al Ferjani, Kaouther Ben Hania's BEAUTY AND THE DOGS tells an urgent, unapologetic, and important story head-on. A rare, startling film from a female Tunisian director, it’s a striking critique on a repressive society and a forcefully feminist rallying cry.

The Party - Clip
In Sally Potter’s new dark comedy THE PARTY, Janet (Kristin Scott Thomas) is hosting an intimate gathering of friends in her London home to celebrate her political ascension, while her husband, Bill (Timothy Spall), seems preoccupied. Janet’s acerbic best friend, April (Patricia Clarkson), arrives and others follow, some with their own dramatic news to share, but an announcement by Bill provokes a series of revelations that gradually unravel the sophisticated soiree, and a night that began with champagne may end with gunplay.

Bent - Trailer
When a drug bust goes wrong, ex-cop Danny Gallagher’s (Karl Urban, Lord of the Rings) quest for justice leads him to the car-bomb murder of a government official’s wife. As Gallagher learns the woman’s secret lover was a seductive federal agent (Sofia Vergara, “Modern Family”), he finds himself under fire. But from who — his own cops, a vengeful drug lord, the CIA, or someone even more ruthless? This pulse-pounding thriller also stars Grace Byers (“Empire”) and Andy Garcia (Ocean’s Eleven).

Back to Burgundy - Trailer
After a decade abroad, Jean learns of his father’s failing health and returns to run the family vineyard with his strong-willed sister, Juliette, and his responsible younger brother, Jeremie. As four seasons and two harvests go by in picturesque Burgundy, the siblings have to reinvent their relationship and learn to trust each in this tender and finely-textured saga from acclaimed French director Cédric Klapisch (L’Auberge espagnole).

Pickings - Trailer
Jo Lee-Haywood (Elyse Price), a single mother and neighborhood bar owner, has spent years trying to escape her violent past. But when a local mobster and his gang of thugs come knocking on her door, Jo is forced to embrace her inner demons and confront her deadly history in order to protect her family and her property. Still waters run deep in this stylistic, neo-noir crime saga.

But Deliver Us From Evil - Trailer
Lilith, the queen of the underworld, emerges in the present day to finally exact revenge against mankind. Expelled from the Garden of Eden for her refusal to obey Adam, Lilith finally has the opportunity to wipe out his bloodline completely. Murdering her way through the south she finally gets her opportunity when she goes head to head with the one man who can stop her – Adam’s direct descendant and the only son of a fallen pastor.

Looking Glass - Clip
After losing their daughter to a tragic accident, shattered couple Ray and Maggie purchase a motel in the middle of nowhere in the hopes of starting a new life. But Ray begins to notice strange goings-on, and starts to piece together the history of a bizarre murder associated with the motel. Poking around in a basement one day, Ray discovers a crawl space, which leads to a two-way mirror into one of the rooms. As he becomes obsessed with the unusual activities that happen beyond the looking glass, his marriage, sanity and his very life are threatened.

Rampage - Trailer 2
Primatologist Davis Okoye (Johnson), a man who keeps people at a distance, shares an unshakable bond with George, the extraordinarily intelligent, silverback gorilla who has been in his care since birth.  But a rogue genetic experiment gone awry mutates this gentle ape into a raging creature of enormous size.  To make matters worse, it’s soon discovered there are other similarly altered animals.  As these newly created alpha predators tear across North America, destroying everything in their path, Okoye teams with a discredited genetic engineer to secure an antidote, fighting his way through an ever-changing battlefield, not only to halt a global catastrophe but to save the fearsome creature that was once his friend.  

Black Panther - Clip - It's A Set Up
Marvel Studios' Black Panther follows T'Challa who, after the death of his father, the King of Wakanda, returns home to the isolated, technologically advanced African nation to succeed to the throne and take his rightful place as king. But when a powerful old enemy reappears, T'Challa's mettle as king -and Black Panther- is tested when he is drawn into a formidable conflict that puts the fate of Wakanda and the entire world at risk. Faced with treachery and danger, the young king must rally his allies and release the full power of Black Panther to defeat his foes and secure the safety of his people and their way of life.

Black Panther - Clip - Kinetic Energy
Marvel Studios' Black Panther follows T'Challa who, after the death of his father, the King of Wakanda, returns home to the isolated, technologically advanced African nation to succeed to the throne and take his rightful place as king. But when a powerful old enemy reappears, T'Challa's mettle as king -and Black Panther- is tested when he is drawn into a formidable conflict that puts the fate of Wakanda and the entire world at risk. Faced with treachery and danger, the young king must rally his allies and release the full power of Black Panther to defeat his foes and secure the safety of his people and their way of life.

A Quiet Place - Trailer 2
If they can’t hear you, they can’t hunt you.

Agenda: Payback - Trailer
Steve Walsh lives a life of luxury, built on the ruins of other people’s dreams. His targets never retaliate. But Peter Farrell is different — he's dangerous and has nothing to lose. Peter's life has been destroyed by Steve and he wants revenge. He will stop at nothing to get it and Steve’s previous life of wealth and opulence will disintegrate, never to return to normal again.

Death House - Trailer
During an exclusive tour, a power breakdown inside a secret prison known as the Death House sends two agents fighting through a labyrinth of horrors while being pursued by a ruthless army of roaming inmates. As they fight to escape, the agents push toward the lowest depths of the facility where they learn a supernatural group of evil beings are their only chance for survival.

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Jeff Chimenti, John Molo and Roosevelt Collier Reflect on the Grateful Dead
There was a certain charming, funky magic about the Ventura County Fairgrounds, a soulfulness that made even the Grateful Dead’s demanding road crew not grumble too much about the crust of mud once deposited on the stage by the preceding day’s dirt-track race. So it’s the perfect home for the upcoming Skull and Roses shows April 6 through 8 this year, a gathering to celebrate...

Widespread Panic in Birmingham (A Gallery)
Last night, Widespread Panic brought their tour to Legacy Arena in Birmingham, AL, for a two-set affair that featured covers of Neil Young, Professor Longhair, The Guess Who, Funkadelic and more. Kinsey Haynes shared some photos from the show. 

Reflections: Yusuf/Cat Stevens Reclaims His Name
When he was a teenager, Muhammad Islam took a risk and smuggled a guitar into his family home in Dubai. At first, Islam, who goes by Yoriyos, kept the instrument hidden from his father, Yusuf Islam—an observant Muslim whose faith complicated his feelings toward secular music—but, around 2002, Yoriyos decided to hand his dad the instrument. And, instead of punishing his son, the simple gesture...

Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds at Radio City Music Hall (A Gallery)
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Song Premiere: Roots of Creation “Ripple” (feat. G. Love + Melvin Seals)
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Greensky Bluegrass Reveal Inaugural Camp Greensky Lineup with Jeff Tweedy, Mike Gordon and More
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Watch Umphrey’s McGee’s Full D.C. Show with Guest Larry Keel Including Opener Marcus King Band
Umphrey’s McGee brought their tour to The Anthem in Washington, DC, last night and punctuated the first set with a guest spot from guitarist Larry Keel, marking the band’s first collaboration with the bluegrass musician. Lucky for us, the band offered a free stream of the full show, along with the set from opening act Marcus King Band.Last night's sit in came at the end of set one, when...

I’m With Her: See You Around
The world in which we live is a noisy one. All day, long we’re bombarded, our senses assaulted from this side and that; sometimes it seems we’re going to explode. We need refuge from it all, just to keep sane: an oasis, a safe and quiet place to park our brains and be reminded that it doesn’t always have to be like that. That’s what I’m With Her offers. The trio—Sara Watkins, Sarah...

The Del McCoury Band, Sam Bush Band and Hot Rize Top Greyfox Bluegrass Festival Lineup
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Mardi Gras in NYC (A Gallery)
New York City hosted a number of musical Mardi Gras celebrations earlier this week, bringing the spirit of the Big Easy up to the Big Apple. On Monday night, Brooklyn Bowl celebrated Lundi Gras with a trio of New Orleans artists, John Michael Bradford, Soul Brass Band and Glen David Andrews. Fat Tuesday was filled with its own NYC offerings, with the Blue Note hosting Davell Crawford and...

Widespread Panic Will Headline Two Nights of Inaugural Trondossa Festival
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Spotlight: Langhorne Slim
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Watch Lettuce’s Full Mardi Gras Show in Las Vegas
Lettuce celebrated Mardi Gras in some western climes with a party at Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas on Tuesday night, and the funk outfit didn't disappoint, offering a bit of the New Orleans spirit about 1,700 miles away from the Crescent City. The night featured a slew of funky Lettuce originals and wrapped up with an appropriate cover of James Brown's "Funky Drummer," with Adam Deitch...

Song Premiere: Five Alarm Funk “We Play The Funk” feat. Bootsy Collins
The aptly named explosive Canadian 8-piece collective Five Alarm Funk has been nominated for a 2018 Juno Award by the Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences. The group’s 2017 record Sweat is up for Instrumental Album of the Year, with the results to be announced late next month. In the interim, the group has completed a new EP, Boots & Wheels set for release on March 9. Joining the...

Tommy Emmanuel: Accomplice One
It’s been a little more than two decades since Tommy Emmanuel and his hero, Chet Atkins, recorded their album of duets, The Day Finger Pickers Took Over the World. Atkins recognized a gift he’d rarely seen in the young Australian guitarist, and bestowed the honorarium of C.G.P., Certified Guitar Player on his disciple. (He’s one of only a small handful to receive the designation.) Today,...

Watch Archival Footage of the Grateful Dead Playing “Dark Star” on Valentine’s Day 1970
Behind life and death, love may be one of the most common themes in the Grateful Dead songbook. From the reflective "They Love Each Other" to the lighthearted romp of "Sugar Magnolia," the members of The Dead always seemed to have Cupid on their minds.This Valentine's Day, whether you're celebrating with your significant other, your friends or yourself, enjoy this "Dark Star" clip from the...

Song Premiere: Galactic “Hold On To Let Go” (Ft. Erica Falls)
Photo by Patrick GrayGalactic will return to the road tomorrow for a national tour that will open in Boston and extend through March 31 in San Francisco. In conjunction with these upcoming dates the band has released a new song, "Hold On To Let Go," featuring vocalist Erica Falls. The group tells Relix, "We have been touring with Erica Falls for over two years so we are very excited to...

Joan Osborne’s Dylanology with Special Guests in New York City (A Gallery)
This past weekend, Joan Osborne and her band hosted Dylanology, a night dedicated to the music of legendary singer-songwriter Bob Dylan, at New York's Highline Ballroom, along with special guests Jackie Greene, Amy Helm and Robert Randolph. The evening featured some Dylan classics and deeper, including "Quinn the Eskimo (Mighty Quinn)," "Rainy Day Women #12 & 35,"  "Don't Think Twice, It's All...

See Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer’s Perfect Reaction to Trey Anastasio’s _Broad City_ Shoutout
Casey Martin Last night in Delaware, Trey Anastasio continued his current solo acoustic tour with a show that featured a special shoutout to the creators of Comedy Central show Broad City, Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer, and the duo offered a quick response. The nod came near the middle of Anastasio's set, when he paused before the Phish favorite "Cavern" to dedicate the tune to "two of the...

Video Premiere: I’m With Her “Game to Lose”
Photo credit: Shervin LainezThe current issue of Relix features an article on I’m With Her, the creative collaboration of Sara Watkins, Sarah Jarosz and Aoife O’Donovan. They are about to release their debut full-length studio album, See You Around, which as we’ve noted, “soars through its rich harmonies and stirring instrumentation." Today we premiere the official video for “Game...