Posted by: admin | July 19th, 2013
More like a family reunion than a festival, it is obvious how much love the Possum Holler crew has for the BIG Something musicians. Practically everyone in the holler is already friends or family; congeniality...
Posted by: admin | June 3rd, 2013
3 Days of pure creative bliss is how I would describe Lake Eden Arts Festival, This spring edition of this festival was nothing more than spectacular, with a top notch line-up and some of the most diversely...
Posted by: leeway | May 29th, 2013
JBB’s live sound is often a sensory stealing experience (thanks to their dub style), and it’s one I wish I could live through more often.
Posted by: Robie | April 24th, 2013
The Hackensaw Boys rolled into Virginia Beach on April 6th to play a show at The Jewish Mother. I don’t know if it was kosher, but it sure was tasty!
Posted by: trevor | March 8th, 2013
What do you get when you bring together a little New Orleans style with a flare of India? You get Red Baraat! This ensemble of talented musicians wowed listeners at the Grey Eagle with their culmination of...
Posted by: trevor | March 4th, 2013
From the very first note fishbone delivered with a heart pounding enthusiastic Ska infused soulful sound.
Posted by: admin | October 3rd, 2012
The first annual Jomeokee festival was held at one of the most beautiful venues I've been to in North Carolina.
Posted by: leeway | September 5th, 2012
The festival featured eight stages of eclectic musical performances and worldly arts and crafts, all set in the gorgeous, lush mountains of southern Virginia.
Posted by: admin | August 29th, 2012
This year marked the 5th anniversary of the Music On The Mountaintop festival with two nights of Railroad Earth making it their own.
Posted by: Robie | August 28th, 2012
Thousands of festival goers flocked to the first annual Gnarnia festival held at the Beech Mountain ski resort near Boone, North Carolina.