LATEST NEWS: 9th Annual Petaluma Music Festival Set for Saturday, August 6 – Jackie Greene, Steve Kimock, The Mother Hips and More!

LATEST NEWS: 9th Annual Petaluma Music Festival Set for Saturday, August 6 – Jackie Greene, Steve Kimock, The Mother Hips and More!

The Petaluma Music Festival, a highly regarded music festival on the west coast, takes place on Saturday, August 6th, 2016, at the Sonoma-Marin Fairgrounds & Event Center in Petaluma.   Festival goers are always treated to a family-friendly event with a unique variety of indie-band music for people of all ages, with festival performances...
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The Brothers Comatose Headline as Four Bands Gather on a Saturday Night at the Henry Miller Memorial Library in Big Sur

The Brothers Comatose Headline as Four Bands Gather on a Saturday Night at the Henry Miller Memorial Library in Big Sur

Photos and Review by Linda Tulett I’m still kicking myself. I still can’t believe I’d never seen The Brothers Comatose live before this. They are a San Francisco area bluegrass band, around since the late 200’s with three releases under their hats and belt buckles with, Songs From the Stoop (2010), Respect the Van...
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KIMOCK Brings the Heat to Colorado in Support of Last Danger of Frost

Review and Photos by David P. Tracer When I recently moved houses I found an old directory from graduate school in which the incoming students said a few words about themselves including their “likes.” Mine said “1960’s San Francisco psychedelic rock n roll.” That phrase that I wrote some 30 years ago made me...
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LA’s Hunter & the Dirty Jacks Bring their Hand-Crafted California Rock to John Lee Hooker’s Boom Boom Room

Photos and Review by Carolyn McCoy When you are a fan of live music, especially of rock and blues, you may sometimes find yourself at clubs you have never been to in order to hear bands whose music your ears have not happened upon before. Sometimes not knowing what to expect of evenings such...
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Petty Tracks Mud Through the Mother Church; A Review of Mudcrutch at The Ryman Auditorium in Nashville

Petty Tracks Mud Through the Mother Church; A Review of Mudcrutch at The Ryman Auditorium in Nashville

Review by J. Cooker Photos by Lori Sky Twohy The Ryman Auditorium is sacred ground for most performing musicians. Folks don’t generally screw around on that stage. When a large percentage of the audience is comprised of songwriters, musicians, producers, engineers, et. al, many artists forgo their natural, experimental tendencies and “Play The Hits.”...
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Clowns Are Safe – Wavy Gravy Celebrates 80th Birthday, Proceeds Benefit Seva Foundation

Clowns Are Safe – Wavy Gravy Celebrates 80th Birthday, Proceeds Benefit Seva Foundation

Photos and Review by Michael Pegram  On Sunday May 22nd, thousands gathered at the SOMO Village (Sonoma Mountain Village) Event Center to celebrate the 80th birthday of Hugh Romney, affectionately known as Wavy Gravy. Founder of the Phurst Church of Phun, the Please Force, as well as countless other charitable organizations, namely a founding...
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