Show Reviews

Posted by: leeway | September 20th, 2007
Band delivers the goods in their home state for over 2000 fans. Anticipation was high for this homecoming show of sorts for the North Carolina based band, The Avett Brothers. Touring heavily since the May...
Posted by: trevor | August 31st, 2007
Come July, I can always feel the magnetic pull of Floydfest World Music & Arts festival; 2007 was no different. The journey down the Blue Ridge Parkway is glorious; lush green trees atop majestic mountains...
Posted by: trevor | August 3rd, 2007
Driving onto Marvin's Mountaintop for the first time, I was overwhelmed at the beauty of the place. Now I'd heard plenty of tale about this legendary site, but couldn't have prepared myself for...
Posted by: Anonymous | June 27th, 2007
Bonnaroo? I go to southeastern Tennessee for the Barbecue. The festival is just what I do between stops at Prater’s.
Posted by: trevor | June 14th, 2007
Phish keyboardist Page McConnell has kept a pretty low profile since Phish’s finale in 2004, until now. He recently recorded his first solo effort, and returned to the road for a short run through the East and...
Posted by: trevor | June 13th, 2007
What do you get when you cross a stellar line-up, sneaky security and police presence, and ominous weather? The answer is the third annual Mountain Jam. Oh, and I forgot to mention red clay mud.Most of us...
Posted by: trevor | June 13th, 2007
The Asheville Music Jamboree at Deerfields (NC) was a sweet treat to welcome festival season. This Eco-Conscious, Kid Friendly adventure in the beautiful hills of North Carolina was an excellent pot of roots...
Posted by: trevor | June 6th, 2007
As I sit at my computer and download the photographs my family and I had taken over the weekend, I cannot help but reminisce about those wonderful days in the North Carolina Mountains.
Posted by: Anonymous | June 5th, 2007
As music-and-camping festivals become more and more ubiquitous, there are an increasing number of ways that enthusiasts categorize their favorite, and not so favorite, summer haunts. There are the “massive...