News And Views

Posted by: admin | July 30th, 2007
The Echo Project kicks off its annual eco-responsible music and arts festival in Atlanta, Georgia this October 12 – 14, 2007. The three-day, multi-stage camping festival will be held on 350-acres of scenic...
Posted by: admin | July 3rd, 2007
Also visit the Home Grown Music Network booth in the concert area. We'll look forward to seeing you there! For more information or to purchase tickets visit: Please be aware, all...
Posted by: Robie | June 17th, 2007
The dynamic Hammond B-3 and Drum duo, Sugar Free Allstars are known for high-energy grooves, funky attitude and humorously witty lyrics. The music is a unique blend of New Orleans funk to Memphis soul, drenched...
Posted by: Anonymous | June 11th, 2007
Known for their clever songwriting, lush vocal harmonies and one of the tightest rhythem sections on the scene, 56 Hope Road travels around the country in a 1988 Fleetwood RV, sharing their message of optimism...
Posted by: Anonymous | June 6th, 2007
Whether it's the searing social messages, the party uke songs, or the three lovely ladies harmonizing that seduce you to the groove, one thing is undisputed: Public Property is hot.
Posted by: Robie | May 30th, 2007
Euforquestra is an eclectic world-beat ensemble from Iowa City, IA with interests in different cultural and traditional musics from all over the globe. The band has made a mission statement out of preserving...
Posted by: Robie | May 23rd, 2007
Blueground Undergrass was originally formed in 1998 by Reverend Jeff Mosier. While breaking up in 2002, the band came back together with a multifacet music mix and some new faces. The band is composed of Mosier...
Posted by: Robie | May 16th, 2007
MJ Project creates an exciting blend of instrumental groove, funk, electronica, complex rock and progressive jazz. The 4-piece band, which has been together since high school, creates a rich and cosmic sound...
Posted by: Anonymous | May 10th, 2007
Labeled an art-space jamband by some, and an electronic indie-pop band by others, it’s clear that Metro Detroit’s Bump is poised to explode on the scene! With the release of the debut LP Incredible Consequence...
Posted by: Robie | March 26th, 2007
As Railroad Earth sets out on there Spring/Summer tour, we interview John Skehan, mandolin player, of Railroad Earth. He explains the times on the road, his feeling at festivals, and states how everything leads...