We’re just getting back from the madness that was the 2013 Hangout Festival, which continues to establish itself as one of the premier (and well put together) music festivals in the country. We’ve added a new feature to this year’s…
The Piano Man sat in with the house band at Hotel Monteleone’s Carousel Bar last night, I guess this means Jazz Fest is officially underway.
For the first time since 2006, Galactic cut the brake lines and went full steam ahead at The Maple Leaf. The monster two set show was heavy on old classics, and when they tore into the set closing “Crazyhorse Mongoose“, the Leaf was undoubtedly the epicenter of the End-Of-The-World funk outbreak.
Colin and his band have been simply on a tear of late. This evening was no different, showcasing an updated band (including Eric Heigle, most recently of Ernie Vincent & The Top Notes) and a fierce take on some of his older material. If you haven’t heard him, start at the bottom.
The Wood Brothers came into town on Tuesday night and shined in front of a nice crowd at The House of Blues. Here: Oliver Wood jams on Atlas.
Papa Gros Funk held down the last headlining spot at the now defunct River Stage, where so many great acts had played in years prior. Wish I would have known.
Slamming through a 2 hour rock n’ roll set in Marconi Meadows, Neil and his boys left no survivors in their first Voodoo appearance.