Monterey International Pop Festival – 50 Years Later

Monterey International Pop Festival – 50 Years Later

Photos and Review by Linda Tulett  There’s a spot on the stage to mark where it all happened. It is said that, carved deep in the floor of the stage are the words, “Jimi Hendrix 1967.” While I didn’t see it, it was mentioned more than once over the weekend, along with respect tossed back...
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Monterey International Pop Festival Celebrates 50 Years – Be Sure to Wear Flowers in Your Hair

Monterey International Pop Festival Celebrates 50 Years – Be Sure to Wear Flowers in Your Hair

by Linda Tulett MONTEREY INTERNATIONAL POP FESTIVAL – CELEBRATES 5O YEARS JUNE 16, 17, 18 2017 at the MONTEREY COUNTY FAIRGROUNDS 50 Years Ago… On the central coast of California, sits Monterey Bay. A place of natural wonder and beauty, thanks to Mother Nature, as well as a place of musical history, thanks to...
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LATEST NEWS: Beats 1 Announces Monterey International Pop Festival 50th Anniversary Programming

OTHERtone Airs Interview with Lou Adler & Paul Tollett – Tune in HERE Sunday at 12pm PT “Monterey Pop on Beats 1” Special Announced To Air during 50th Anniversary Festival Weekend- June 16-18th Iconic Performances From The Monterey International Pop Festival CD/Digital Album out JUNE 9 Los Angeles, CA – June 10, 2017 – Today,...
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Railroad Ready – Railroad Earth’s Three-Night Run at San Francisco’s Fillmore

Railroad Ready – Railroad Earth’s Three-Night Run at San Francisco’s Fillmore

Photos and Review by Michael Pegram When I caught wind that one of my favorite musical locomotives was traveling through San Francisco on the Railroad Earth again, I knew I had to return to the rails to bear witness the sheer power of that train rolling through the sacred halls of the Fillmore.  A...
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Jackie Greene’s Birthday Celebration Showdown Throwdown at San Francisco’s Warfield

Photos and Review by Linda Tulett  Days later I’m still reeling. Jackie, Jackie, Jackie. You sure know how to throw a birthday party. This year’s three set event was packed with tunes from Greene’s song book, rock n’ roll covers of Traffic and the Allman Brothers Band, and two handfuls of songs from the...
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LATEST NEWS: The Chris Robinson Brotherhood Fall Tour Winds Down on the West Coast

LATEST NEWS: The Chris Robinson Brotherhood Fall Tour Winds Down on the West Coast

San Francisco, CA – It’s been quite a 2016 for The Chris Robinson Brotherhood; the departure of bassist Mark “Muddy” Dutton; two new releases out, Anyway You Love, We Know How You Feel and companion EP, If You Lived Here, You Would Be Home By Now, both issued on Robinson’s own label, Silver Arrow Records;...
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