We Can’t Get Enough Furthur

We Can’t Get Enough Furthur

Article by Sarah Powell Cassada Back in 1995, I got a call from my buddy Kevin inviting me to go to a Dead show.  He was leaving in about an hour, and ended up with an extra ticket somehow.  Never having been to a show, he wanted to treat me to my first experience. ...
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Let’s Take a Phishing Trip to Last Weeks Intimate Show in Beautiful Portsmouth, VA

Let’s Take a Phishing Trip to Last Weeks Intimate Show in Beautiful Portsmouth, VA

Article by James D. McCallister Photo by Chris Miller Set 1: Tube, Kill Devil Falls, Slave to the Traffic Light, Lawn Boy, Poor Heart, AC/DC Bag, The Moma Dance > My Friend, My Friend, Cold Water, Bathtub Gin, Stealing Time From the Faulty Plan Set 2: Wilson > Seven Below > 46 Days >...
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The Heavy Pets

The Heavy Pets

Article and Photos by Skip Tapp The Heavy Pets played to a nearly sold out crowd Saturday, May 8, at the Culture Room in Ft. Lauderdale, FL to launch their second studio album.  The self titled album displays the bands musical diversity. The album contains good ‘ol rock-n-roll, some nice R&B, rock-n-rap, a little...
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The Allman Brothers Band: A History

The Allman Brothers Band: A History

Article by Kim Welsh Photos by Sidney Smith (SidneySmithPhotos.com) Music was an Allman family tradition. They hailed from the Tennessee hill country forty miles west of Nashville. Weekends were spent listening to the Grand Ole Opry on the radio and many family members sang and played traditional instruments-mandolin, guitar, banjo- performing gospel and Carter family classics and in...
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It was the Biggest Wanee Music Festival to Date, and JBO was there to Capture all the Memories

It was the Biggest Wanee Music Festival to Date, and JBO was there to Capture all the Memories

Article and Photos by Skip Tapp One can’t write a review about a festival at the Suwannee Music Park without starting it off with, “Way down upon the Suwannee River!”  The Wanee Music Festival, held April 15-17, in Live Oak, Florida, is no longer North Florida’s little secret. After last years record crowds, this...
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Parking Lot Poetry: A Review of “jambandbootleg” by Paul Siegell

Parking Lot Poetry: A Review of “jambandbootleg” by Paul Siegell

Article by Ariel Rosemberg After drummer Jon Fishman smoked him in the onstage dance contest that lead into “Catapult,” which then lead into “Icculus” on August 14, 2009 in Hartford, CT, Trey Anastasio asked the crowd, “When was the last time one of you picked up a fucking book?” Well, not only has Paul...
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