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The Lineup For Beale Street Music Festival 2013 Has Been Revealed

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Here we go folks, another day another festival announcement. The 2013 version of the Beale Street Music Festival released its lineup this morning. Taking place at Tom Lee Park during the Memphis In May International Festival May 3rd through the 5th. Serving as your headliners are The Black Keys, Alice In Chains, The Flaming Lips and The Smashing Pumpkins, ZZ Top, Deftones, Patti Smith, Gary Clark Jr., The Joy Formidable, Heartless Bastards, AWOLNATION, Cracker and The Wallflowers round out the list of acts this writer would want to check out. Other acts you may be into: Phoenix, Bassnector, Sheryl Crow, Lucero, Hall & Oates, The Roots and Public Enemy to name a few. The full list of acts are below, and for tickets (which are very reasonably priced compared to other festivals across the country) and other information head to the festival’s Official Website By Clicking Here.

 

Beale Street Music Festival 2013 Lineup:

The Black Keys

Alice in Chains

Bassnectar

Daryl Hall & John Oates

Flaming Lips

Phoenix
The Smashing Pumpkins

ZZ Top

The Black Crowes

The Roots

Sheryl Crow

Gary Clark Jr.
Dwight Yoakam

Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros

Public Enemy

Three Days Grace
Gavin Degraw

The Wallflowers

Big Boi

Deftones

Jerry Lee Lewis

Patti Smith

Porter Robinson

Mavis Staples

AWOLNATION

Papa Roach

MiM0SA

Gov’t Mule

The Joy Formidable

Lucero

Cracker

Yngwie Malmsteen

Charles Bradley

Al Kapone

Deer Tick

Vintage Trouble

Jake Bugg

Coco Montoya

Louise Hoffsten

Davy Knowles

Sonny Burgess and the Legendary Pacers
Shannon McNally

Pickwick

Zac Harmon

The Slide Brothers

Star and Micey

Ronnie Baker Brooks

River City Tanlines

Heritage Blues Orchestra

James SuperChikan Johnson

Jimbo Mathus & The Tri-State Coalition

Royal Southern Brotherhood

Will Tucker

Don Trip

Heartless Bastards
Kenny Brown

Brandon Bailey

Marcus James & Kinney Kimbrough

Matt Isbell

Barbara Blue
Kingston Springs

Brad Webb

Blind Mississippi Morris

Fuzzy Jeffries & the Kings of Memphis

 

 

Hangout Music Festival 2013 Lineup Is Here

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The Lineup for the Hangout Music Festival (taking place on beaches in Alabama May 17th through 19th) has been revealed. Besides Kings Of Leon, things are shaping up to be a very serviceable festival experience. Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, Phish Spin-Off Trey Anastasio Band, and The Breeders top this list of notables while The Shins, Kendrick Lamar, Passion Pit, The Black Crowes, Bassnectar, Jim James, Slightly Stoopid, The Roots, Bloc Party, Ellie Goulding, Public Enemy, Dirty Projectors, Best Coast, moe., Gov’t Mule and Grouplove among others to join the party.

Also, just like Governors Ball did with us a few weeks ago it looks like we have ourselves “Yet to be announced”  headliner, as Tom Petty and Kings Of Leon are only two of the three. Will it be “Guns N’ Roses”? Will it be Skrillex? What about America’s Favorite band Pearl Jam? How about this: Take a guess in the comments section. That’s right, we may not have fancy video equipment but we still would love to hear your guesses as to who the 3rd headliner is going to be. When announced if you guessed right we’ll send you an official tee shirt courtesy of Concert Confessions. Hey, it’s better than a hug right? Check out the full list of acts below, in alphabetical order. Head over to the Festival’s Official Website For More Information.

 

Hangout Music Festival 2013 Line Up:

ANDERS OSBORNE
BASSNECTAR
BEST COAST
BLOC PARTY
BRASSFT PUNK
CHANCELLOR WARHOL
COLIN LAKE
DELTA RAE
DIRTY PROJECTORS
ELLIE GOULDING
GALACTIC
GOV’T MULE
GROUPLOVE
JASON ISBELL & 400 UNIT
JIM JAMES BAND
KENDRICK LAMAR
KINGS OF LEON
KINGSTON SPRINGS
LANCE HERBSTRONG
LISSIE
LUELLA AND THE SUN
MOE.
MOON TAXI
NIKKI BLUHM AND THE GRAMBLERS
PASSION PIT
PORTER ROBINSON
PUBLIC ENEMY
RYAN BINGHAM
SHOVELS AND ROPE
SLIGHTLY STOOPID
SPACE CAPONE
STEVE AOKI
THE BLACK CROWES
THE BREEDERS
THE BRIGHT LIGHT SOCIAL HOUR
THE MOWGLI’S
THE REVIVALISTS
THE ROOTS
THE SHEEPDOGS
THE SHINS
THE TON TONS
THE WEEKS
THE WERKS
TOM PETTY AND THE HEARTBREAKERS
TOOTS AND THE MAYTALS
TREY ANASTASIO BAND
TWENTY Ι ONE Ι PILOTS
TWIN SISTER
WILD CUB
ZION I

 

Mountain Jam 2013 Initial Lineup Announced

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Unlike the girlfriend of Manti Te’o, the lineup for the 2013 Mountain Jam Festival is totally real. And it’s totally sweet.

Hunter Mountain, which is usually home to skiing, hot cocoa and Cumbaya will be occupied with awesome musicians from June 6th to 9th this summer. The headliners like Phil Lesh & Friends, Widespread Panic and Gov’t Mule will play two sets, while you’ll have only one set’s chance to catch the awesomeness that is Primus, Gary Clark Jr and Dispatch.

For those choosing not to camp, there are Hotel and Lodging packages available at the festivals official website. You can head there for up to the minute information.

 

Mountain Jam Lineup 2013:

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

Gov’t Mule Heading West In September

Gov’t Mule Heading West In September

Allman Brothers Band spin off Gov’t Mule is set to head out to the West Coast for a few dates in September. It’s the band’s first trip out there since 2010.  All the pre-sale and ticketing information could be found at Mule Ticketing, and you can view those September dates below.

Gov’t Mule West Coast Dates:

  • 09/12(Gothic Theatre) Englewood, CO
  • 09/13(The Fillmore Auditorium) Denver, CO
  • 09/14 (Gerald R. Ford Amphitheater) Vail, CO
  • 09/15 (Telluride Blues & Brews Festival) Telluride, CO
  • 09/18 (Club Nokia) Los Angeles, CA
  • 09/19 (House of Blues) San Diego, CA
  • 09/21 (The Warfield) San Francisco, CA
  • 09/22 (Grand Sierra Theatre) Reno, NV

From The Vault: Gov’t Mule Rocks The Greek Theatre In Los Angeles

As Gov’t Mule played a bluesy two hour set, I watched many physically challenged Dead Heads struggle to get to their seats. As much as it was a struggle for the aging fan base to reach their seats, it was even more of a struggle for me to stay awake. I really do enjoy Gov’t Mule, and it was cool to hear “Lay Your Burden Down” & “Soulshine” again after all these years. For me, with an evening of slow blues based jams instead of their more upbeat rock; it was a struggle for me to pay attention. Even their jam with former Dead member/Ratdog founder Bob Weir, a slow version of the over-covered classic “All Along the Watchtower” was lackluster. I found myself more into hippie watching then the actual music.





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