Members Of The Magpie Salute Join Gov’t Mule In Tennessee

Gov’t Mule and The Magpie Salute once again teamed up for a collaborative encore last night at Carl Black Chevy Woods Amphitheater.

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Freekbass Sits-In With Umphrey’s McGee In Knoxville

Umphrey's McGee welcomed acclaimed bassist Freekbass for a guest spot on Sunday night at the Tennessee Theatre in Knoxville.

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[UPDATED] Bob Dylan Extends 2018 US Fall Tour

Bob Dylan

A handful of dates have been tacked on to the end of Bob Dylan's first U.S. Tour of 2018.

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Nicole Atkins, Chad Smith & G.E. Smith Guest With The Avett Brothers

Watch The Avett Brothers bust out a classic with Nicole Atkins on Saturday and team with G.E. Smith and Chad Smith on Sunday.

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Gov’t Mule Announces 2018 Fall Tour

Jam stalwarts Gov't Mule confirmed plans for this year's Fall Tour including their annual Mule-o-Ween celebration.

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John Bell Performs New Song In North Carolina

Watch Widespread Panic guitarist John Bell perform a new song at a talent show held at a country club in Highlands, North Carolina.

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Railroad Earth Welcomes Members Of Fruition & More At Red Rocks

Railroad Earth welcomed members of Fruition and others during their concert at Red Rocks in Colorado this weekend.

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Eric Clapton Announces 1st Holiday Album ‘Happy Xmas’

Guitarist Eric Clapton will soon release his first holiday album, ‘Happy Xmas.’

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Pearl Jam Debuts David Bowie Cover At Wrigley Field

Pearl Jam's night at Wrigley Field included an appearance by Dennis Rodman and the World Series trophy along with their debut cover of David Bowie's "Rebel, Rebel."

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Ween Makes Nashville Debut With The Shit Creek Boys In 1996

This week's Sunday Cinema features footage from Ween and The Shit Creek Boys' 1996 Fall Tour opener in support of '12 Golden Country Greats.'

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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

GANNETT Syndication Service

Betty White: PBS salutes trailblazing career of TV's 'First Lady'
New PBS documentary 'Betty White: First Lady of Television' charts the 96-year-old 'Mary Tyler Moore' and 'Golden Girls' icon's eight decades in entertainment.


'Happytime Murders' is not your kids' puppet movie
Brian Henson, son of legendary Muppets creator Jim Henson, explains why he made a decidedly adult puppet movie in "The Happytime Murders."


'The Happytime Murders': Melissa McCarthy's sugar-snorting scene, explained
Director Brian Henson explains how Melissa McCarthy's sugar-snorting scene in "The Happytime Murders" was done.


Brian Henson's 'Happytime Murders' shocks with raunchy puppets (not Muppets)
Brian Henson unveils a puppet world featuring a chain-smoking, foul-mouthed star (along with a sugar-snorting Melissa McCarthy) in the R-rated 'The Happytime Murders.' His father, Muppet creator Jim Henson, would've loved it, he says.


'The Simpsons' Kwik-E-Mart is now a real place, where you can munch Lard Lad Donuts
Don't have a cow, but a Kwik-E-Mart à la "The Simpsons" has opened in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.


Rainn Wilson's weird near-death experience removed fear of 'The Meg' shark attack
Rainn Wilson battles a monster shark in "The Meg." No problem: "The Office" star has a much worse and real near-death experience.


First lady Melania Trump: Social media can be destructive and harmful
First Lady Melania Trump spoke on cyberbullying just days after President Donald Trump called former aide Omarosa Manigault Newman a “dog” on Twitter.


‘Sesame Street’ sues creators of raunchy, new puppet film
The makers of "Sesame Street" aren't happy with Melissa McCarthy’s new puppet movie, "The Happytime Murders." They’re taking the film's creators to court for tarnishing the reputation of their family-friendly puppets.


'Arthur Ashe: A Life': 5 fascinating things we learn about the tennis legend in new bio
New bio of legendary African-American tennis champ Arthur Ashe details his activism, from equal opportunity in America to apartheid in South Africa.


Here's why Netflix deleted all user reviews from its website
Netflix cancels user reviews. Elizabeth Keatinge has more.


Alec Baldwin criticizes daughter Ireland's racy Instagram post
Alec Baldwin got on Instagram to call out his daughter's Instagram post. Keri Lumm reports.


Dennis Rodman crashes Pearl Jam concert in Chicago, jokes about North Korea
“You people here are the only people on this planet Earth (who) gave me support,” Dennis Rodman told the crowd, holding a ukulele that he would go on to present to Pearl Jam frontman Eddie Vedder. “I know one thing, on the day I die, I’ll make sure I’ll be buried in Chicago.”


Exclusive: Trans-Siberian Orchestra announces 20th-anniversary winter tour
TSO's annual winter tour kicks off Nov. 14 in Green Bay and Council Bluffs.


Emmy costume designers show off their works
Works of nine of this year’s Emmy-nominated costume designers - including the teams behind "Game of Thrones," "Westworld" and "The Crown" - go on show at the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising in Los Angeles. (Aug. 20)


Weinstein accuser: 'If we stop this conversation we're doomed'
At the Women in the World Summit in New York, Harvey Weinstein accusers Asia Argento and Ambra Battilana Gutierrez discuss the ramifications of the #MeToo movement and the importance of keeping the conversation alive. (April 13)


Producer Ken Ehrlich: They just made one Aretha
Grammy producer Ken Ehrlich discusses Aretha Franklin's uniqueness in the music industry and recalls how much Barack and Michelle Obama loved her songs. (Aug. 19)


ShowBiz Minute: Backstreet Boys, Carlson, US Box Office
Fans injured in storm at Backstreet Boys Oklahoma concert; Gretchen Carlson: Miss America's claims cost pageant $75K; "Crazy Rich Asians" shines bright at the U.S. box office. (Aug. 20)


Love TV? Join our new Facebook Group 'Yes, I'm Still Watching' to talk about it
USA TODAY TV critic Kelly Lawler and digital editor Anika Reed discuss a variety of shows.


Jessica Biel celebrates 'wild' Emmy nomination
Actress Jessica Biel was overjoyed to be nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Limited Series or Movie for her role in "The Sinner," in which she plays a woman who stabs a man to death during a day out at the beach. (Aug. 20)


Ken Ehrlich: Working with Aretha 'was always worth it'
Veteran producer Ken Ehrlich talks about working with Aretha Franklin throughout the years and how all other performers expected her to steal the show. (Aug. 19)


Demi Lovato: Style Diary
Demi Lovato turned 26 on Aug. 20, 2018. The singer-actress has always seemed "Confident" on the carpet, strutting and posing in style. In celebration of her birthday, we've assembled her best looks.


The Eagles fly past Michael Jackson, now have the best-selling album of all-time
The Eagles' greatest hits album has moonwalked past Michael Jackson's "Thriller" to become history's best-selling album of all-time.


Report: #MeToo leader, Weinstein accuser Asia Argento paid off her sexual assault accuser
#MeToo advocate Asia Argento has paid off a former child actor who accused her of sexual misconduct, according to documents obtained by The New York Times.


How Marilyn Monroe became Marilyn Monroe
Joseph Maddalena, Founder of Profiles in History, reveals the story behind how Marilyn Monroe found her name. (Aug. 18)


Queen of Soul also leaves civil rights legacy
Aretha Franklin's song "Respect" became a battle cry for black America. The Queen of Soul was a close friend of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., and she never hesitated to support the civil rights movement financially or with her performance. (Aug. 16)


Hollywood's highest paid actress is...
These actresses are getting paid the big bucks! Keri Lumm shares the actresses having the biggest pay day in Hollywood.


Gretchen Carlson: I 'never bullied' Miss America Cara Mund, her letter cost org $75,000
"Actions have consequences. Friday, as an organization, we learned that $75,000 in scholarships which would have been the first scholarship increase in years, is no longer on the table as a direct result of the explosive allegations in your letter," Gretchen Carlson said in a statement Sunday.


Trans-Siberian Orchestra to announce winter tour
The Trans-Siberian Orchestra will announce its 2018 winter tour.


95 seconds of Betty White glory
Betty's White has spent most of her years making us laugh.


Italian composer creates world's largest robot orchestra
Music to your ears? Italian composer Leonardo Barbadoro uses more than 50 instruments played entirely by robots for upcoming album 'Musica Automata.'


Aretha fans pay respects in Detroit, New York
A number of Aretha Franklin fans stopped by New Bethel Baptist Church on Friday to pay their respects to the legendary singer who grew up in the Detroit place of worship once headed up by her father. (Aug. 17)


Stormy Daniels pulls out of 'Celebrity Big Brother'
Adult film star Stormy Daniels will not be on the British version of Celebrity Big Brother. Veuer's Sam Berman has the full story.


ShowBiz Minute: Franklin, R Kelly
Tributes to the late Aretha Franklin continue; Franklin's music rising on charts following her death; Georgia company sues R. Kelly over damage to rental homes. (Aug. 17)


Aretha Franklin honored outside Apollo Theater
Fans gathered outside New York's famed Apollo Theater to remember Aretha Franklin. The singer known as the Queen of Soul died on Thursday at the age of 76. (Aug. 17)


Carl Reiner: Aretha Franklin was a force of nature
Actor Carl Reiner pays tribute to late singer Aretha Franklin and recalls her powerful performances. (Aug. 17 )


Aretha Franklin's 'one-of-a-kind' legacy
Billboard magazine senior editor Gail Mitchell talks about how Aretha Franklin's legacy will inspire future musicians. (Aug. 17)


Here’s why you’ve heard nothing about Kevin Spacey’s new film ‘Billionaire Boys’
Kevin Spacey's new movie, 'Billionaire Boys Club,' hit theaters this weekend, and after last year's sexual harassment and assault allegations, it could be his last film on the big screen. So why didn't you hear anything about it ahead of time?


Tulsa radio host describes storm that canceled Backstreet Boys concert
A severe storm in Oklahoma injured over a dozen people waiting to see the Backstreet Boys and 98 degrees in concert in Love County.


Rev. Jesse Jackson recalls Aretha Franklin saving MLK from bankruptcy in church service
Sunday's service at New Bethel Baptist Church in Detroit, where Aretha Franklin attended, was led by the Rev. Jesse Jackson, who focused on Franklin's work in the civil rights struggle.


Comedian Andy Gross accused of sexually harassing Purdue student during show
The hashtag #AndyGrossIsGross caught fire after Purdue University students said comedian Andy Gross sexually harassed a student during his act.


Alec Baldwin: 'No. Just ... No' to daughter Ireland's sexy Instagram photo
'Saturday Night LIve' Trump impersonator Alec Baldwin isn't a fan of the sexy bikini shot that shows his daughter Ireland on a motorcycle and commented with fans on her Instagram page.


Selena Gomez shows off squad's matching tattoos: 'We have lived the most INSANE story'
Selena Gomez revealed two new tattoos on Instagram Saturday in honor of her friend Courtney Barry’s 26th birthday. The group of girls, which also includes longtime pals Ashley Cook and Raquelle Stevens, got some spontaneous ink after enjoying dinner together.


Selena Gomez doesn't believe in love at first sight
Selena Gomez and her "Hotel Transylvania 3" co-star Andy Samberg discuss the existence of love at first sight, a key plot point in their new family 'toon. (July 11)


Selena Gomez and Andy Samberg remember family vacations
In their new 'toon, Selena Gomez and Andy Samberg voice characters on a family cruise. But in reality, the actors have never vacationed at sea. (July 13)


Heather Locklear shares upbeat post on Instagram months after her arrest
Heather Locklear is back on social media for the first time in four months as she deals with legal and personal woes. The 'Melrose Place' star took to Instagram on Saturday with a snapshot of her beloved Maltese dog, Mister.


'The 100' actress Marie Avgeropoulos arrested for domestic violence
Marie Avgeropoulos, who plays Octavia Blake on "The 100," was arrested by Glendale Police, according to Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department records.


Passages 2018: Those we’ve lost through the year


Best adult animated series: Cartoons aren't just for kids
Best adult animated series: Cartoons aren't just for kids


60 great Madonna moments for her 60th birthday


Omarosa Manigault Newman through the years


Day in celebrities


Relix Media

Video Premiere: Esbie Fonte “Manumit”

Today we premiere a new video from indie-pop singer-songwriter Esbie Fonte, who has been releasing a number of singles this year and now shares the accompanying video for “Manumit,” which, Fonte says, revisits a story previously started in an earlier single’s video, where Fonte played a housewife who kills her husband.   “The ‘Manumit’ video […]

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Keller Williams and Mihali Savoulidis in Connecticut (A Gallery)

Keller Williams and Twiddle frontman Mihali Savoulidis came together for a couple of solo sets at Pinkney Park in Norwalk, CT, as part of the Rowayton Civic Association Summer Music gathering on Sunday evening. John Wisdom shared some photos from the show.  

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Rene Huemer: Reflections with Phish’s Road Photographer

  The following interview with Phish road photographer Rene Huemer was set to appear in Friday’s edition of Ahead of the Curve, the daily newspaper at Phish’s Curveball. While the event didn’t take place, we’d like to share this conversation along with Huemer’s insight into two of the images that he had intended to sign […]

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LOCKN’ Times Newspaper Looking for Fan Photos

  The sixth annual LOCKN’ will return to Infinity Downs & Oak Ridge Farm in Arrington, VA later this week and so will the LOCKN’ Times. The daily newspaper, which will be produced by the team at Relix and Jambands.com, will be available each day at the festival. The Times will include a map of […]

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Watch The Decemberists Perform on ‘CBS This Morning’

After a nagging case of vocal strain suffered by frontman Colin Meloy forced The Decemberists off the road for a bit earlier this summer, the band is now back out there in support of their newest studio album, I’ll Be Your Girl, and the Northwest indie icons stopped by CBS This Morning today to play some tunes from the record. Meloy […]

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Curveball Passholders to Receive Free Entry to Brooklyn Bowl New York, The Capitol Theatre and More

For those still feeling the Curveball blues this weekend, worry not. The DayGlo family of music venues, namely Brooklyn Bowl New York, The Capitol Theatre, Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas, Garcia’s and The Rock and Roll Playhouse, will grant free entry this to anyone with proof of a Curveball ticket. The shows available for free include […]

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Phish Cancel Curveball Festival

  Citing contaminated water supplies, Phish has been forced to cancel their 11th music festival, also known as Curveball. Over the past week or so Phish fans had been keeping an eye on the weather in Watkin’s Glen, NY, and there had been concerns about flooding in the area. And while the weather had seemed […]

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The Record Company: A Life to Fix Anew

Jen Rosenstein     In the living room of bassist Alex Stiff’s Los Angeles home, a half-dozen long, rectangular cardboard boxes filled with signed Fender guitars lean vertically against the wall. Stiff and his two Record Company bandmates—drummer Marc Cazorla and singer/guitarist Chris Vos—carry the cargo carefully, one box at a time, out to a […]

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RIP: Aretha Franklin (1942-2018)

Known by millions as the Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin passed away at her Michigan home on Thursday, August 16. She was 76. Franklin was raised in the Baptist Church, and began singing gospel at a young age. By the time she was 18 she landed a contract with Columbia Records, but it wasn’t until […]

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Song Premiere: Rachel Ana Dobken “Understand”

Danny Clinch   Singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Rachel Ana Dobken will release her new studio album, When It Happens to You, this fall, and today we premiere the first single, “Understand.”   “‘Understand’ is about fighting the urge to compare ourselves to others before realizing that everyone is doing the exact same thing,” Dobken tells Relix. “Once we see […]

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