70th Tulip Festival
Agency

Tulip Fest 2018!

The 2018 Tulip Festival is presented by Citizens Bank. May 12 and 13 in Washington Park!

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Kim Richey
Artist

April 19th
Kim Richey wsg Jackie Bristow
at The Linda - click here for more info and tickets.
To win tickets, send email with this link.

“Kim Richey would rule the charts in a land where Marshall Crenshaw was king, Aimee Mann queen, and the The Beatles never put out another record after Revolver.” Steve Horowitz, popmatters.com

Steven Wilson
Artist

Metamorphic Concerts presents prog rock guitarist, and former leader of Porcupine, Steven Wilson at The Egg.  Steven is out on the "To The Bone" Tour and will be in town on April 19th.

Steven Wilson
The Egg
Thursday, April 19th

Visit The Egg website for more info and tickets.  See Steven's video for "Pariah" below. Visit Steven's website.

Roots Music Fest 2018
Agency

Roots Music Festival 2018
at The Linda

Saturday, April 14th

Featuring: Ruby Boots, James Edmond’s Heavenly Echoes, The Coveralls, and Red Haired Strangers and hosted by Michael Eck.

For more information, visit The Linda's website. Enter to win tickets by sending email with this link.

Welcome Old Crow to Ommegang

Apr 4, 2018
Old Crow Medicine Show
Agency

Saturday, July 14

Old Crow Medicine Show

Ommegang Brewery

For more information and tickets, visit their website. Enter to win by sending email with this link

Outlaw Festival Presale

Apr 4, 2018
Outlaw Festival 2018
Agency

Here is the Live Nation presale information for Outlaw Music Festival at SPAC! The show is September 23. General public tickets on sale tomorrow. 

 

Start: Thu 4/5 at 12p

End: Thu 4/5 at 10p

 

Visit this link: https://livemu.sc/2GrfYkQ

 

Password: MUSIC

 

Please note the start and end times. The presale will not begin before the time above. 

Martin Sexton and Joan Osborne
Artist

April 14

Troy Savings Bank Music Hall

Martin Sexton and Joan Osborne join forces for a special concert at The Troy Savings Bank Music Hall. Joan comes with her new album "Songs of Bob Dylan." Martin has his latest, "Mixtape of the Open Road."

Visit the Hall website for details and tickets. Enter to win tickets by sending email with this link.

Bovine Social Club
Artist

Surely seeing or hearing a name like Bovine Social Club would conjure up images of cattle gathering.  Is there a club for such a thing?  Well in a sense, yes.  In this case people are not coming together to discuss cows, or any such variation.  Instead, this is a band with a unique and humorous outlook rich in Americana roots. Don't miss this rare treat, April 7th at Wolf Hollow Brew Company.

Battenkill Runs Through It River Festival
Battenkill Conservancy

Leap into summer Saturday, May 26th at the Battenkill Conservancy's 8th Annual Battenkill Runs Through It River Festival!

High In the 70s: The Top 200

Mar 30, 2018
Exit 97.7 WEXT
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On his fifteenth studio album, Moby reconciles his rage about the state of things with a zen-like acceptance of the apocalypse. The lush, haunting songs on this record paints a beautiful picture of a broken world, as indicated in the title: Everything Was Beautiful and Nothing Hurt.

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  • "Falling Rain And Light"

Look, let's just puff-puff right past the 4/20 jokes, OK? There's no reason to toke up all of your time with silliness when you could be nodding your head (slowly) to Sleep's first album since Dopesmoker, considered by many to be the high-water mark of stoner-metal epics. (Its release date is something of a rabbit hole — if you're interested, here.)

The Record Company's "Life To Fix" takes off like a supersonic jet blowing wildly through the universe of rock. The first single from All of This Life breathes new life into a style of music that's been played many times before. The difference here is the song's rootsy and infectious guitar riff, with guitarist Chris Vos and the band slaying into the groove with inspiration.

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