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  • Umphrey's McGee

    Aug 31, 2017

  • Indigo Girls

    Sep 2, 2017

  • Lake Street Dive

    Sep 4, 2017

  • Queens of the Stone Age

    Oct 13, 2017

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Umphrey's McGee

August 31, 2017

Blurring the lines between alternative rock, jazz, funk, metal, bluegrass and other genres still, Umphrey's McGee exploded out of the contemporary Jam Scene in the late Nineties with an inimitable fusion of improvisation and progressive rock that was influenced by the likes of King Crimson, Yes, Pink Floyd and Frank Zappa. Their 2016 has been a rollercoaster of tours and record releases, with a monster cross-country engagement lined up for early 2017, joined by fellow jammers, Arizona four-piece outfit Spafford for the majority of their dates.

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Indigo Girls

September 2, 2017

The Indigo Girls have steadfastly forged their own path through the music world for over two decades, and they don't show any sign of slowing down just yet. The duo of Amy Ray and Emily Saliers have now released 14 albums of breezy and lyrically adroit folk-rock, first emerging in the late 1980s alongside fellow Georgians R.E.M.

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Lake Street Dive

September 4, 2017

This Boston-formed country band has been winning over music fans with their diverse style since winning the John Lennon Songwriting Contest in 2006 and self-financing the recording of their debut album 'In This Episode'. With their key influences in classic pop and swing era jazz, they often cite The Beatles as their main inspiration. Their fifth, latest studio album Side Pony takes a slight turn from the old era, with more influence on soul and R'n'B and has been received favorably by critics.

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Queens of the Stone Age

October 13, 2017

Founded after the dissolution of frontman Josh Homme's first band Kyuss, Queens of the Stone Age exploded out of the gates in the late 90s with the records Rated R and Songs for the Deaf. New album Villains, featuring the groovy slice of swing that is the lead single 'The Way You Used To Do', was produced by pop mastermind Mark Ronson.

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