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    The new video off Bend Beyond - the #13 album on our Best Albums of 2012 list - looks exactly like what we’d expect from Woods. It’s got faded colors, lens flares and an overall kaleidoscopic look, which perfectly suits the pleasant vibe of the record. It’s got that same visual vibe as Beck’s Loser video that makes you want to sit around, hang out, and do nothing but listen to music. Enjoy.

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    Leon Russell and Little Feat @ The Klein, January 11

    Photos: Chad Anderson

    After SuperStorm Sandy led to the cancellation of Leon Russell’s tour of the Northeast with Little Feat, the two legendary acts finally pulled off the shows this past week. Our pal Chad Anderson was on hand to shoot the pair’s January 11th performance at The Klein in Bridgeport, Conn. and has filed a set of photos from the evening.

    [All Photos by Chad Anderson]

    Little Feat is in the midst of their last run of shows with guitarist Paul Barrere before he takes a year off the road starting in March to battle Hepatitis C. Here’s the setlist from Little Feat in Bridgeport…

    Set: All That You Dream, Spanish Moon, Rag Top Down, Dixie Chicken > Bass jam > Key/Drum jam > Dixie Chicken, Church Falling Down, Willin’ > Don’t Bogart That Joint > Willin’, Rooster Rag, Fat Man In The Bathtub > Abba Zaba > Boogie On Reggae Woman > Fat Man In The Bathtub

    Encore: Let It Roll

    Check out a full gallery of Chad’s shots featuring Little Feat and Leon…

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    Under the direction of Keith Lockhart, the famed Boston Pops have tackled a myriad of rock classics over the years. On June 22nd, the groundbreaking orchestra will hit right in our wheelhouse when they present a tribute to Grateful Dead front man Jerry Garcia featuring vocalist/guitarist Warren Haynes at Tanglewood in Western Mass.

    The presentation will be dubbed “Jerry Garcia Symphonic Celebration” and it “will feature new orchestral arrangements of Jerry Garcia’s storied original compositions as well as classic interpretations of timeless standards that were hallmarks of Garcia’s shows. Powerhouse vocalist and guitarist Warren Haynes (The Allman Brothers Band, The Dead, and Gov’t Mule) will collaborate with the symphony, lending his soul-soaked, introspective blend of rock, blues, R&B, and jazz to Garcia’s masterworks.”

    Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. on Sunday, January 27, at www.tanglewood.org, by calling 888-266-1200, or at the Symphony Hall box office in Boston, MA.

    UPDATE: You can purchase tickets NOW via a JerryGarcia.com pre-sale and HERE for the Warren Haynes presale.

    [Hat Tip - Jambands.com]

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    The ninth annual Mountain Jam Music Festival will take place at Hunter Mountain, New York from June 6th to June 9th. Today, the event organizers have announced the initial lineup for MJ9. Widespread Panic will play two sets at this year’s fest. Also, HT faves ALO will make the trip east for Mountain Jam, while The Avett Brothers will come up from North Carolina for MJ9. Phil Lesh and Friends will perform two sets at the fest as will host Warren Haynes and his Gov’t Mule outfit.

    Other acts set to play the event, according to John Barry, are Primus, Soulive with The Shady Horns, Gary Clark Jr., Dispatch, Jackie Greene, Amy Helm and more.

    Here’s the full initial lineup announcement…

    Phil Lesh & Friends (2 sets), Widespread Panic (2 sets), Gov’t Mule (2 sets), Primus, The Avett Brothers, Dispatch, Gary Clark Jr., Soulive w/ Shady Horns, Deer Tick, Jackie Greene, Rubblebucket, ALO, Amy Helm, Nicki Bluhm & The Gramblers, The Revivalists, David Wax Museum, SIMO

    Early-bird tickets go on sale this Saturday, Jan. 19th, at 10AM ET via the event’s website.

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    After selling out their first-ever appearance at NYC’s Beacon Theatre, HT faves Umphrey’s McGee have announced a second NYC gig for this coming weekend as they’ll return to Brooklyn Bowl in Williamsburg on Sunday night. UM are set to rock the Beacon on Friday before travelling to Providence for a Saturday night performance only to return for the intimate affair on Sunday.

    The Chicago-based sextet first performed at Brooklyn Bowl in January of 2011 for a show that marked longtime sound engineer Kevin Browning’s last show on the road with the band. UM returned to the Bowl for a four-night stand in September ’11 that saw guest spots from Bob Weir, Steve Molitz and Biz Markie. Tickets go on sale at noon ET tomorrow (Thursday).

    Sunday’s show will celebrate the band’s 15th Anniversary. Check out a photo from the group’s debut performance from January 21st, 1998…

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    We’re big fans of Marc Maron’s fantastic podcast WTF with Marc Maron around these parts. The comedian turned talk show host, has built his reputation around his very personal narrative, self-deprecating and self-analyzing humor, that often times involves stories about his cats, love life and past struggles in the comedy business. Maron’s podcasts typically feature interviews with comedians and actors, but over the last few weeks Marc has invited a number of musicians to stop by for some highly entertaining chats that we wanted to recommend. Marc’s recent episodes with Blues TravelerJakob Dylan and Adam Schlesinger (Fountains of Wayne), all feature some great stories that are well worth blocking out some time to sit down and listen to. Today, Maron uploaded his most recent episode which features an interview with Dave Grohl, which we’re sure is a must-listen as well.

    Since opening the doors of his Third Man Records store in Nashville back in 2009, Jack White has made vinyl lovers drool with innovative releases. Earlier this week White revealed the latest project from his label, as Third Man is teaming up with the fine folks at Document Records for a new reissue series that will document the complete recorded works in chronological order of an artist. Volume one of this series is set to feature the earliest works of revered blues artists Charley Patton, Blind Willie McTell and the Mississippi Sheiks. Here’s some more info via Third Man Records…

    The recordings we’ll be presenting in this reissue series are the building blocks and DNA of American culture. Blues, R&B, Elvis, teenagerism, punk rock… it all goes back to these vital, breathtaking recordings. Third Man Records is proud to present these landmark albums in conjunction with Document Records, with brand new, jaw-dropping artwork by Rob Jones and new insightful liner notes, on vinyl for the first time in decades. Every record collection should have ample room for these highly important and endlessly listenable albums.

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    The granddaddy of music festivals, the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival, will take place on April 26-28 and May 2-5 at the Fairgrounds in the Crescent City. Today the lineup has been revealed and it features literally hundreds of bands. As far as national acts, Billy Joel will make a rare performance, Fleetwood Mac has added the fest to their schedule, Phoenix will make their Jazz Fest debut and Widespread Panic will return to the Fairgrounds for the first time since 2010.

    Other HT faves on the bill are The Black Keys, the Dave Matthews Band, Hall & Oates, Gary Clark Jr., Band of Horses, The Del McCoury Band with Preservation Hall Jazz Band, Page McConnell and The Meter Men, Allen Toussaint, Los Lobos, Andrew Bird, Dumpstaphunk, Willie Nelson, Patti Smith and Dr. John.

    Single day tickets as well as VIP packages are available here.

    Here’s the full day-by-day rundown of the New Orleans Jazz Fest 2013…

    NEW ORLEANS JAZZ & HERITAGE FESTIVAL
    PRESENTED BY SHELL
    APRIL 26 – 28 & MAY 2 – 5, 2013
    Friday, April 26

    John Mayer, George Benson, Band of Horses, Dr. John, Gary Clark Jr., Joshua Redman Quartet, Campbell
    Brothers, Sonny Landreth, George Porter, Jr. & Runnin’ Pardners, Terrance Simien with special guest Queen Ida, Chris Owens backed by Her Hot Rhythms Band, Jeremy Davenport, The New Orleans R&B Diva Revue feat.The Dixie Cups, Jean Knight, and Wanda Rouzan with the Brian Quezergue Band, Donald Harrison, Wayne Toups & ZyDeCajun , John Mooney & Bluesiana, Tricia Boutté & International Friends, Le Vent du Nord of Canada, Charmaine Neville Band, New Orleans Suspects, Bruce Daigrepont Cajun Band, Paul Sanchez & the Rolling Road Show, New Orleans Bingo! Show, Doc McKenzie & the Hi-Lites, The Soul Rebels, John Lawrence & Ven Pa’ Ca Flamenco Ensemble with guests Antonio Hildago and Javier Heredia of Spain, The New Orleans Guitar Quartet feat. Jimmy Robinson, John Rankin, Phil DuGruy, and Cranston Clements, Stoney Creek and Yellow Bird Indian Dancers, Jamal Batiste presents JAM-ALL, Flow Tribe, The Breton Sound, Corey Ledet & His Zydeco Band, Washboard Chaz Blues Trio, Bryan Lee & the Blues Power Band, James Rivers Movement, Leroy Jones & New Orleans’ Finest, Fredy Omar con su Banda, True Man Posse, Mark McGrain & Plunge, St. Joseph the Worker Music Ministry Choir, Zulu Gospel Male Choir, Brice Miller & Mahogany Brass Band, Semolian Warriors and Comanche Hunters Mardi Gras Indians, T’Monde, Los Po-Boy-Citos, Original Dixieland Jazz Band, Tommy Sancton & the New Orleans Legacy Band, The Mashup feat. Terence Higgins, Ike Stubblefield, and Grant Green, Jr., with special guest Ron Holloway, Chris Clifton & His Allstars, Young Pinstripe Brass Band, Morning Star Missionary Baptist Church Mass Choir, Geronimo Hunters and Creole Osceolas Mardi Gras Indians, OperaCreole, Xavier University Jazz Band, Guitar Slim, Jr., Henry Gray & the Cats, Donnie Bolden, Jr. & Spirit of Elijah, Friendly Travelers, Zulu, Big Nine, Keep N It Real, and We Are On Social Aid & Pleasure Clubs, Young Audience Brass Band Throwdown, Shamarr Allen presents music clinic students and Upset, McMain High School Talented-in-Theater Performers, Pastor Terry Gullage & the Greater Mt. Calvary Voices of Redemption, The ISL Circus Arts Kids, Soulfruit, Black Mohawk and Black Foot Hunters Mardi Gras Indians…

    NEW ORLEANS JAZZ & HERITAGE FESTIVAL
    PRESENTED BY SHELL
    APRIL 26 – 28 & MAY 2 – 5, 2013
    Saturday, April 27

    Billy Joel, Jill Scott, Allen Toussaint, Ben Harper and Charlie Musselwhite, Rebirth Brass Band, Andrew Bird, Eddie Palmieri Salsa Orchestra, Ivan Neville’s Dumpstaphunk, Charles Bradley, Irvin Mayfield & the New Orleans Jazz Orchestra, Jon Cleary, Daryl Coley, Anders Osborne, Dwayne Dopsie & the Zydeco Hellraisers, Lost Bayou Ramblers, Deacon John, Voice of the Wetlands All-Stars, A Tribe Called Red, Magary Lord of Bahia-Brazil, Gerald French & the Original Tuxedo Jazz Band: A Tribute to Bob French, Astral Project, Stoney Creek and Yellow Bird Indian Dancers, Lionel Ferbos & the Palm Court Jazz Band, Big Chief Walter Cook & Creole Wild West, Alex McMurray, Lil Buck Sinegal’s Blues Band, Michael Ward, Tribute to Sidney Bechet feat. Dr. Michael White, Donald Harrison, Brian “Breeze” Cayolle, and Roderick Paulin, Herbert Hardesty Presents, Jason Marsalis, Mississippi Rail Company, Classie Ballou & the Family Band, Jambalaya Cajun Band, Cedric Watson & Bijou Creole, John Michael Rouchell, The Kid Carsons, Alexis & the Samurai, Tim Laughlin, Wendell Brunious, Lance Ellis, Zena Moses & Rue Fiya, Robin Barnes, Gregg Stafford & his Young Tuxedo Jazz Band, Johnny J & the Hitmen, Sharon Martin, Panorama Jazz Band, Storyville Stompers Brass Band, Tyronne Foster & the Arc Singers, Loyola University Jazz Band, Ted Winn, Tonia Scott & the Anointed Voices, New Wave Brass Band, Voices of Peter Claver, Dumaine Gang, Divine Ladies, and Family Ties Social Aid & Pleasure Clubs, 101 Runners, Golden Comanche and Seminoles Mardi Gras Indians, Treater “Le Traiteur de Bayou”, Stephen Foster’s Foster Family Music Program, Real Untouchables Brass Band, The Jones Sisters, The Bester Singers, Dynamic Smooth Family Gospel Singers, The Voices of Distinction, Nine Times Men, Single Ladies, Single Men, and Lady Jetsetters Social Aid & Pleasure Clubs, Ashe Cultural Arts Center Kuumba Institute, Red, White & Blue and Wild Mohicans Mardi Gras Indians, First Emanuel Baptist Church Mass Choir, Young Band Nation Blues Project, Algiers Charter Schools Association Torch Bearers…

    NEW ORLEANS JAZZ & HERITAGE FESTIVAL
    PRESENTED BY SHELL
    APRIL 26 – 28 & MAY 2 – 5, 2013
    Sunday, April 28

    Dave Matthews Band, Earth, Wind & Fire, B.B. King, Gipsy Kings, Juan Luis Guerra y 440, Kermit Ruffins & the Barbecue Swingers, Dianne Reeves, The Nevilles, Better Than Ezra, Little Joe y La Familia, Calexico, C.J. Chenier & the Red Hot Louisiana Band, Honey Island Swamp Band, Little Freddie King Blues Band, Big Chief Monk Boudreaux & the Golden Eagles, Treme Brass Band’s Tribute to Uncle Lionel Batiste, Steve Riley & the Mamou Playboys, Big Sam’s Funky Nation, Martha Redbone, The Selvy Singers, Brother Tyrone & the Mindbenders, Luther Kent & Trickbag, Magary Lord of Bahia-Brazil, Kristin Diable & The City, Andrew Duhon, Rumba Buena, Gregg Stafford & the Jazz Hounds, Tribute to Kid Ory: Hot Trombones, The Zion Harmonizers, Midnite Disturbers, Raw Oyster Cult, Keith Frank & the Soileau Zydeco Band, Khris Royal & Dark Matter, Hurray for the Riff Raff, Don Vappie & the Creole Jazz Serenaders, Clive Wilson’s New Orleans Serenaders with guest Butch Thompson, Stoney Creek and Yellow Bird Indian Dancers, AsheSon, Jo “Cool” Davis with guests BJ Crosby and Barbara Shorts, Famous Rocks of Harmony, Vivaz!, Smitty Dee’s Brass Bad, Ninth Ward Hunters and Ninth Ward Navajo Mardi Gras Indians, Natalie Mae & Her Unturned Tricks, The Blues Masters feat. Big Al Carson, Jesse McBride presents the Next Generation Big Band, Leroy Thomas & the Zydeco Roadrunners, The Shannon Powell Quintet feat. Charlie Gabriel, Bamboula 2000, Kid Simmons’ Local International Allstars, The Session, Tuba Skinny, Tornado Brass Band, Calvin Johnson, Franklin Avenue Baptist Church Mass Choir, Kim Che’re, Dog Hill Stompers, Culu Children’s Traditional African Dance Company & Stiltwalkers, Big Steppers, Furious Five, and Untouchables Social Aid & Pleasure Clubs, Johnette Downing and Scott Billington, Tulane University Jazz Ensemble, “Sundays in Congo Square” presented by the Congo Square Preservation Society, Rising Dragon Lion Dance Team, Kai Knight’s Silhouette Dance Ensemble, The First Division, Olympia Aid, New Look, and Men of Class Social Aid & Pleasure Clubs, Golden Star Hunters and Big Chief Kevin Goodman & the Flaming Arrows Mardi Gras Indians, Nineveh Baptist Church Mass Choir, McTeggart Irish Dancers, Rose Anne Ste. Romain, Bishop Sean Elder & The Mt. Herman Baptist Church Mass Choir, Shawee Indians and Black Eagles Mardi Gras Indians…

    NEW ORLEANS JAZZ & HERITAGE FESTIVAL
    PRESENTED BY SHELL
    APRIL 26 – 28 & MAY 2 – 5, 2013
    Thursday, May 2

    Widespread Panic, Patti Smith, Kem, Roy Ayers, The 35th Anniversary Celebration of “One Mo’ Time!”, The Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Henry Butler, Theresa Andersson, Lil’ Nathan & the Zydeco Big Timers, Shamarr Allen & the Underdawgs, Glen David Andrews, Pura Fé, Geno Delafose & French Rockin’ Boogie, Hot 8 Brass Band, Rosie Ledet & the Zydeco Playboys, Johnny Sketch and the Dirty Notes, Banu Gibson & Hot Jazz feat. The Anderson Twins, Meschiya Lake & the Little Big Horns, Pokey LaFarge, Drink Small, Ingrid Lucia, Blended Voices feat. Germaine Bazzle, Phillip Manuel, and Leslie Smith, The Bolton Brothers, Mia Borders, Dee-1, Kirk Joseph’s Backyard Groove, Balfa Toujours, Maggie Koerner, Jumpin’ Johnny Sansone, Delfeayo Marsalis & the Uptown Jazz Orchestra, The Honeypots, The Mercy Brothers, Orange Kellin’s New Orleans DeLuxe Orchestra, Gravy, Native Nations Intertribal, Salio from the Republic of Georgia, Fi Yi Yi & the Mandingo Warriors, The Roots of Music Marching Crusaders, Mark Brooks & Friends with guest Barbara Shorts, Original Pinettes Brass Band, Kid Merv & All That Jazz, Kidd Jordan and the Improvisational Arts Quintet, J. Monque’D Blues Band, Jeffery Broussard & the Creole Cowboys, Quinten Corvette, Big Chief Iron Horse & the Black Seminoles Mardi Gras Indians, Kumbuka African Dance & Drum Collective, Grupo Sensacion, Louisiana Repertory Jazz Band, The Last Straws, Woodshed: Hammond B3 feat. Kyle Roussel and Joe Ashlar, UNO Jazz Allstars, Lyle Henderon & Emmanu-EL, Grayhawk presents Native American Lore & Tales, Forgotten Souls Brass Band, Ms. Lala, The Revolution, Ladies of Unity, and VIP Ladies Social Aid & Pleasure Clubs, Jesuit High School Jazz Band, Josh Kagler & Harmonistic Praise Crusade, Delgado Community College Jazz Band, The Chapman Family, Angela the Yarnspinner, Cheyenne and 7th Ward Creole Hunters Mardi Gras Indians, Pocket Aces Brass Band, McDonogh #35 High School Gospel Choir, Eleanor McMain “Singing Mustangs” Choir, O. Perry Walker Charter High School Gospel Choir, Young Audiences Performance Arts Showcase, Pastor Tyrone Jefferson, The Adams Middle School Players…

    NEW ORLEANS JAZZ & HERITAGE FESTIVAL
    PRESENTED BY SHELL
    APRIL 26 – 28 & MAY 2 – 5, 2013
    Friday, May 3

    Maroon 5, Willie Nelson, Jimmy Cliff, Marc Broussard, Tab Benoit, Laura Bell Bundy, Marcia Ball, Ana Popovic, Papa Grows Funk, The Mavericks, Jerry Douglas, Irma Thomas’ Tribute to Mahalia Jackson, Amanda Shaw & the Cute Guys, Rockin’ Dopsie, Jr. & the Zydeco Twisters, The Iguanas, BeauSoleil avec Michael Doucet with special guest Jo-El Sonnier, Malê Debalê of Bahia-Brazil, Los Hombres Calientes feat. Bill Summers and Irvin Mayfield, The Cookers feat. Billy Harper, Eddie Henderson, David Weiss, Craig Handy, George Cables, Cecil McBee, and Billy Hart, Holly Williams, Nicholas Payton XXX, Brushy One String of Jamaica, Gal Holiday & the Honky Tonk Revue, Coco Robicheaux Tribute feat. The Spiritland Band, Spencer Bohren, Bill Miller, Ms. Ruby Wilson, Leah Chase, Fleur Debris Superband feat. Zigaboo Modeliste, George Porter, Jr., Nicholas Payton, and David Torkanowsky, Corey Henry & Treme Funket, Kirk Joseph’s Tuba Tuba, Stooges Brass Band, Shades of Praise, The Branchettes, Patrice Fisher & Arpa with guests from Germany and Mexico, New Leviathan Oriental Fox-Trot Orchestra, Royal Teeth, David Egan and 20 Years of Trouble, Grayson Capps, Horace Trahan & the Ossun Express, Kim Carson, Aurora Nealand & The Royal Roses, Topsy Chapman & Solid Harmony, A Tribute to Hadley Castille feat. Sarah & the Sharecroppers, Pinstripe Brass Band, Native Nations Intertribal, Oneida Longhouse Singers and Dancers, Christian Winther – Soul House, Murder the Stout, Kora Konnection, Bari Koral, University of Miami Jazz Band, New Orleans Indian Rhythm Section, Jamil Sharif, Betty Winn & One A-Chord, Young Magnolias, Golden Sioux, and Young Cherokee Mardi Gras Indians, Connie & Dwight with The St. Raymond & St. Leo the Great Gospel Choir, Andrew Hall’s Memories of New Orleans, 21st Century Brass Band, Scene Boosters, Lady Rollers, Original Big Seven, and Original Four Social Aid & Pleasure Clubs, Jonté Landrum Thomas, Calliope Puppet Theater, KID smART Showcase, Young Fellaz Brass Band, Sensational Chosen Voices, New Orleans Hispano America Dance Group, Voices of Fannie C. Williams Charter School Choir / Recorder Ensemble, Red Hawk and White Cloud Hunters Mardi Gras Indians, City of Love Music & Worship Arts…

    NEW ORLEANS JAZZ & HERITAGE FESTIVAL
    PRESENTED BY SHELL
    APRIL 26 – 28 & MAY 2 – 5, 2013
    Saturday, May 4

    Fleetwood Mac, Phoenix, Little Big Town, Frank Ocean, The Little Willies, Los Lobos, Galactic, Stanley Clarke/George Duke Project, Preservation Hall Jazz Band, Mutemath, VaShawn Mitchell, Terence Blanchard, Cowboy Mouth, Bonerama, Davell Crawford, Robert Mirabal, Roddie Romero & the Hub City All Stars, Chubby Carrier & the Bayou Swamp Band, Jonathon “Boogie” Long & the Blues Revolution, Eric Lindell, Dr. Michael White & the Original Liberty Jazz Band feat. Thais Clark, Germaine Bazzle, The Revivalists, The Boutté Family Gospel, Sunpie & the Louisiana Sunspots, Red Stick Ramblers, Joe Krown Trio feat. Walter “Wolfman” Washington and Russell Batiste, Jr., The New Orleans Hip Hop Experience feat. DJ Mike Swift, DJ Poppa, 3D Na’tee, Dobama and N.O.V., Sharde Thomas & the Rising Star Fife & Drum Band, Luke Winslow-King, Kevin Gordon, Kenny Neal, Tonia & the Left Field Band, Reggie Hall & the Twilighters feat. Lady Bee, JD & the Straight Shot, Yvette Landry, Bill Summers & Jazalsa, Malê Debalê of Bahia-Brazil, Paulin Brothers Brass Band, Lars Edegran & the New Orleans Ragtime Orchestra, Dukes of Dixieland, Native Nations Intertribal, Oneida Longhouse Singers and Dancers, Kinfolk Brass Band, Mariachi Jalisco, Aaron Fletcher, Goldman Thibodeaux & the Lawtell Playboys, Cha Wa, Tom Saunders & the Tomcats, Naydja CoJoe, Black Feathers, Mohawk Hunters, and Cherokee Hunters Mardi Gras Indians, The Johnson Extension, Curtis Pierre-the Samba Man & the Samba Kids, Minister Jai Reed, The Mighty Supremes, Free Agents Brass Band, Westbank Steppers, Valley of Silent Men, and Nine Times Ladies Social Aid & Pleasure Clubs, Reverend Jermaine Landrum & the Abundant Praise Revival Choir, The Wimberly Family Gospel Singers, Al Berard Family Band, Young Guardians of the Flame Mardi Gras Indians, Jeannine Pasini Beekman, SUBR Jazzy Jags, Baby Boyz Brass Band, Archdiocese of New Orleans Gospel Choir, Tione Johnson, DJ Raj Smoove, New Generation, Undefeated Divas, Pigeon Town Steppers, and Uptown Swingers Social Aid & Pleasure Clubs, NORDC Crescent City Lights Youth Theater, The RRAAMS, Versailles Lion Dance Team, Big Chief Trouble & Trouble Nation and Wild Red Flame Mardi Gras Indians…

    NEW ORLEANS JAZZ & HERITAGE FESTIVAL
    PRESENTED BY SHELL
    APRIL 26 – 28 & MAY 2 – 5, 2013
    Sunday, May 5

    The Black Keys, Daryl Hall and John Oates, Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue, Irma Thomas, Aaron Neville, Jeffrey Osborne, Taj Mahal & The Real Thing Tuba Band, The Meter Men with Page McConnell, Maze featuring Frankie Beverly, Wayne Shorter Quartet feat. Danilo Perez, John Patitucci and Brian Blade, The Del McCoury Band with Preservation Hall Jazz Band, Ellis Marsalis, Walter “Wolfman” Washington & the Roadmasters, Pete Fountain, New Orleans Classic R&B Recording Revue feat. Clarence “Frogman” Henry, Frankie Ford, Robert Parker, and Al “Carnival Time” Johnson with Blue Eyed Soul Revue, Bo Dollis & The Wild Magnolias, John Boutté, Tucka, Kathy Taylor, New Birth Brass Band, Nathan & the Zydeco Cha Chas, Satan & Adam, Brass-AHolics “Gogo Brass Funk” Band, Creole String Beans, Pine Leaf Boys, James Andrews & the Crescent City Allstars, Feufollet, Ernie Vincent & the Top Notes, New Orleans Klezmer Allstars, Brushy One String of Jamaica, George French & the New Orleans Storyville Jazz Band, Savoy Family Cajun Band, TBC Brass Band, Bobby Lounge & the Reclinders with Sister RuthAnn Kerr, D.L. Menard & the Louisiana Aces, Otra, Oneida Longhouse Singers and Dancers, Hot Club of New Orleans, Mark Braud’s New Orleans Jazz Giants, Wild Tchoupitoulas and Wild Apaches Mardi Gras Indians, New Orleans Nightcrawlers, Julio y Cesar Band, The Grayhawk Band, Blodie’s Jazz Jam, Leo Jackson & The Melody Clouds, Quiana Lynell & Lush Life, N’Kafu African Dance Ensemble, Doreen’s Jazz New Orleans, Connie Jones & the Crescent City Jazz Band, New Orleans Spiritualettes, DJ Captain Charles, Jeff Floyd, Native Nations Intertribal, Val & Love Alive Mass Choir, Prince of Wales and Original Lady Buckjumpers Social Aid & Pleasure Clubs, War Chief Juan & Jockimo’s Groove, N.O.C.C.A. Jazz Band, The Heritage School of Music Band, David & Roselyn, Watson Memorial Teaching Ministries Choir, Cynthia Girtley, Buffalo Hunters and Apache Hunters Mardi Gras Indians, Craig Adams & Higher Dimensions of Praise, Uptown Music Theater, Highsteppers Brass Band, Javier’s Dance Company, Original CTC and Ole N Nu Style Fellaz Social Aid & Pleasure Clubs, Adella Adella the Storyteller, E’Dana & Divinely Destin, Hobgoblin Hill Puppets

    [via The Infirmary - Hat Tip - CoS]

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    Each week since the start of the month, organizers of the Wakarusa festival have been announcing a batch of artists set to play the event which will be held at Mulberry Mountain in Ozark, Ark. on May 30th – June 2nd. Today, the third batch of Wakarusa acts has been revealed. STS9, The Black Crowes, Snoop Lion and Galactic are just a few of the bands just announced to perform at the fest.

    The acts revealed today join previously announced Wakarusa ’13 acts Widespread Panic, Son Volt, Of Monsters and Men, Umphrey’s McGee, Dispatch, Shpongle and more. GA tickets, camping passes and VIP ducats are currently available HERE.

    Here’s the list of acts announced in the first two announcements…

    Announcement 1

    Widespread Panic
    Of Monsters and Men
    Zeds Dead
    Yonder Mountain String Band
    Rebelution
    Quixotic
    Tipper
    Son Volt
    Bombino
    Savoy
    Allen Stone
    RJD2
    Figure
    The Polish Ambassador
    BoomBox
    The Big Light Social Hour
    Zoogma
    The Motet
    New Monsoon
    Icona Pop
    Wallpaper
    Wick-it the Instagator
    The Whigs
    Shovels & Rope
    Run DMT
    Cherup
    HeRobust
    Xaver
    Lord T & Elouise
    Samples
    Mountain Sprout
    Dirtfoot
    Yo Moma’s Big Fat Booty Band
    The Last Bison
    Mountain Standard Time
    Old Shoe

    Announcement 2

    Dispatch
    Amon Tobin
    Umphrey’s McGee
    SOJA
    Shpongle presents The Masquerade
    Calexico
    Mutemath
    Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs
    Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe
    Criolo
    Gramatik
    Emancipator
    AraabMUZIK
    Papadosio
    Deap Vally
    The Coup
    The Green
    Baauer
    The Werks
    Red Baraat
    Band of Heathens
    Andrielien (Heyoka)
    RL Grime
    Janover & reSUNator
    Karsh Kale
    Abakus
    Anuhea
    The Apache Relay
    The Brothers Comatose
    Earphunk
    Nic Cowan
    Tornado Rider
    David Wax Museum
    Spirit Family Reunion
    Buffalo Killers
    Eitch
    The Ben Miller Band

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    Late next month Tenacious D will set off on a stripped-down tour that finds Jack Black and Kyle Gass performing unplugged by their lonesomes after a few tours featuring a full backing band. JB and KG recently chatted with Rolling Stone about returning to the acoustic duo format and within the Q&A drops the bombshell news that the D will be curating their own festival.

    Black reveals that the festival is scheduled to take place on October 19th at Santa Monica Pier. The D are calling the fest Festival Supreme. “It’ll be a meeting of the minds. It’s gonna be like Mount Rockmore, where you’ve got your Flight of the Conchords, your Lonely Island, your Tenacious D, your Zach Galifianakis, your Spinal Tap, your Eric Idle,” Black told Rolling Stone. JB also mentions the possibility that Weird Al will perform at this “star-studded comedy-rock Coachella.”

    We’ll keep you posted on more details about Festival Supreme as they are announced.

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    Back in 1991 guitarists Reid Genauer and Jon Trafton started playing shows together under the moniker “Strange Folk.” They went on to add bassist Erik Glockler and drummer Luke Smith soon there after and changed the name to “Strangefolk.” Last year the original quartet reunited and have performed a handful of shows. For those attending the Assembly of Dust gig at The Independent in San Francisco on March 7th, you’ll have a chance to see the acoustic “Strange Folk” in action as the opening act.

    [Screen Shot of Relix Performance]

    Reid and Jon will open a full evening of music and we’re hopeful Trafton will stick around and guest during AOD’s set. Tickets for this show are currently available.

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    Last night Furthur played their first show of 2013 as they kicked off a four-night stand at the intimate Sweetwater Music Hall in Mill Valley, Calif. All four shows will be webcast via the venue’s website with the exception of Friday’s performance which you can stream at Yahoo! Music.

    If you missed last night’s webcast, we came across a rip of the first set…

    Furthur @ Sweetwater – 1/16 (Set One)

    Set One: Playing in the Band Jam > Deal, Black Throated Wind, Brown-Eyed Women, My Brother Esau, Just Like Tom Thumb’s Blues, High Time, Throwing Stones

    And here’s Set Two in two parts thanks to Mike Edwards…

    Set 2: Greatest Story Ever Told > Foolish Heart > China Cat Sunflower > I Know You Rider, Bird Song > Uncle John’s Band > Black Peter > Going Down the Road Feeling Bad > And We Bid You Good Night, Phil Rap

    Encore: Ripple > Playin Reprise

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    While Jam Cruise 11 was going on and in the days immediately following the MSC Poesia’s return to Fort Lauderdale, we posted written recaps of the musical adventure (Day OneDay TwoDay ThreeDay FourDay Five Pt. 1). Over the next few days we’ll be presenting galleries of photographs featuring Jam Cruise 11 as shot by a handful of our favorite photographers.

    [All Photos by Dave Vann]

    Today, Dave Vann starts us off as we present a whopping 178 photos of both the musicians and people aboard Jam Cruise 11 from throughout the five-day trip.

    Here’s a full gallery of Dave’s Jam Cruise 11 photographs…

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    When Trey Anastasio was originally scheduled to play The Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, New York with his solo band back in October, the show was set to be webcast via LivePhish.com. Now that the show has been rescheduled and a second Cap performance has been added, LivePhish.com will webcast both of them on a Pay-Per-View basis.

    [Photo by Parker Harrington]

    You can purchase a two-night pass for $19.99 or a single-day pass for $12.99. The shows take place on January 23rd and 24th. TAB is set to kick off their tour tomorrow in Toronto, Ontario.

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    As previously reported, Umphrey’s McGee will celebrate their 15th anniversary on Sunday night at Brooklyn Bowl. The show sold out quicker than any other show in the venue’s history. If you didn’t get a ticket, you can still watch the action via a Pay-Per-View webcast. This multi-cam shoot will run you $7.99 and can be purchased and viewed at UMLive.net.

    You can also win eight free tickets and free bowling via the venue’s UM15 contest.

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    A series of webcasts originating from TRI Studios dubbed “Weir Here” returns on Wednesday, January 23rd. For Weir Here broadcasts Grateful Dead / Furthur guitarist vocalist Bob Weir takes questions from social media and generally performs a handful of tunes. On the first Weir Here of 2013, Weir will be joined by special guest Widespread Panic bassist Dave Schools.

    TRI’s social media coordinator Kim Schultz will ask Weir and Schools questions that you can submit by tweeting at @TRI_Studios using the hashtag “#weirhere.” You can watch the webcast free-of-charge at TRIStudios.com starting at 5:30PM PT/8:30 PM ET on Wednesday night, January 23rd.

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    HT faves Perpetual Groove, who recently announced they will begin a dreaded “indefinite hiatus” in April, have just cancelled the next two weeks worth of shows. Earlier today the band cancelled their show in Auburn because “a viral infection has taken down one of the members of PGroove.” Now, they’ve moved to axe all shows up until January 30th.

    Here’s the announcement from PGroove’s Facebook page

    We are truly disappointed to report that shows scheduled for the next two weeks just can’t go on. All shows have been canceled until 1/30/13 at this time. Health comes first as you all know. All previous purchased tickets can and will be refunded through the appropriate ticket outlets. Thank you for your understanding.

    Yikes, not a good start to “the end.” We hope whatever the case may be, the member of the band gets himself well soon. Perpetual Groove is scheduled to play The Rev Room in Little Rock on the 31st.

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    Nearly a year after its release, you still can’t make it through an hour of listening to your local adult alternative radio station without hearing the strains of The Lumineers’ catchy Ho Hey. The Denver-based band is riding a wave of commercial success into their Saturday Night Live debut this weekend. Jennifer Lawrence of Silver Linings Playbook hosts, just days after her big Golden Globes victory.

    [Photo by Scarlet Page]

    Friday, January 18 [All Times ET]

    • Slightly Stoopid – Live at TRI Studios [Palladia 9PM]
    • The Amazing on David Letterman [CBS 11:35PM]
    • Big Boi on Jay Leno [NBC 11:35PM]
    • Joy Formidable on Jimmy Fallon [NBC 12:35AM]

    Saturday, January 19

    • Norah Jones / Kat Edmonson on Austin City Limits [PBS]
    • DMB / Wilco / Dawes – Hangout Music Fest ’12 [Palladia 1PM]
    • Dispatch / Gary Clark Jr. – Hangout Music Fest ’12 [Palladia 2PM]
    • The Lumineers on Saturday Night Live [NBC 11:30PM]

    Sunday, January 20

    • David Gilmour, Elbow on Later…w/ Jools Holland [Palladia 10AM]
    • Bruce Springsteen, Paul Simon – Hard Rock Calling ’12 [VH1 Classic 1PM]
    • Nirvana – Live at the Paramount [Palladia 8PM]
    • John Mayer w/ Buddy Guy [AXS TV 11:25PM]
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    Back in early 2008, Bon Iver released their debut album For Emma, Forever Ago, a heart wrenching collection of songs that ranks up there in the pantheon on all-time great break-up records. Shortly after the album came out, Justin Vernon was on the road with his three-piece band when they pulled into Nashville for a gig at the Exit/In. Before every music website was seemingly recording bands playing stripped down performances for the web, the fine folks at It’s Hard To Find A Friend had Vernon play a pair songs for them for their Backstage Session. The now defunct site recently uploaded Vernon’s beautiful acoustic takes on Flume and Creature Fears. Let’s check them out…

    Bon IverFlume

    Bon IverCreature Fears

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    While I was on Jam Cruise, I missed the news that Pork Tornado will return for their first gig in over a decade on February 6th at Higher Ground’s Showcase Lounge in South Burlington, Vermont.

    Pork Tornado was formed by Phish drummer Jon Fishman and guitarist Dan Archer and also features Joe Moore on sax and vocals, Phil Abair on keys and vocals and Aaron Hersey on bass and vocals. Fish and Archer put the cover band together in 1997 and slowly added funky originals such as Kiss My Black Ass into their repertoire as they started to tour. The band last toured in 2002.

    Pork Tornado – Kiss My Black Ass

    No word on whether Pork Tornado will play any additional shows. Tickets are available for $15 a piece through Higher Ground’s FrontGate Ticketing site.

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    Grateful Dead / Furthur guitarist and vocalist Bob Weir’s blossoming bromance with Jonathan Wilson continues to grow as the pair will team up for a brief three-show run out west later this winter.

    The duo’s jaunt begins on Feb. 26th at the Lensic Performing Arts Center in Santa Fe, New Mexico. It continues on Feb. 27th at the Fox Theatre in Tucson, Arizona and concludes on March 1st at The Pearl at The Palms casino in Las Vegas. Ticketing information will be revealed soon on Weir’s website.

    Bob Weir and Jonathan Wilson Tour Dates:

    February 26th – Lensic PAC – Santa Fe, NM
    February 27th – Fox Theatre – Tucson, AZ
    March 1st – The Pearl at The Palms – Las Vegas, NV

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