A decade of Black Tusk

The trio moves forward with hometown show, tours, record
AFTER THE tragic death of bassist Jonathan Athon in November, Black Tusk's Andrew Fidler and James May decided to honor their bandmate and friend in the best way they knew how: by continuing the sludge-dripped power trio they created together.


Bit Brigade, DIP, Trophy Wives, Nightly Borders @Chromatic Dragon

With projector in tow, Bit Brigade will beat MegaMan in its entirety, live, while performing the soundtrack to perfection.

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Whiskey Diablo, Crazy Man Crazy @The Wormhole

Last time I saw Whiskey Diablo, bourbon was poured, and the evening ended with a country conga line out the door and a few pairs of shoes ditched for dancing purposes.

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Amythyst Kiah and Her Chest of Glass, Velvet Caravan @Service Brewing

'For me, songwriting has been a very difficult thing, because in the beginning, I thought of myself as a guitar player,' Kiah shares.

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Dad Joke #3: Guerilla Toss, Crazy Bag Lady, Mans Trash, Sunglow @Hang Fire

It’s occasionally catchy, often dissonant, and all roped together in a taut and unstoppable performance.

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The Slackers, Duppies @The Jinx

The Slackers have soaked up music history and crafted a danceable, good-timin’ cocktail of sound.

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Dr. Ralph Stanley @The Mars Theatre

It’s largely thanks to him that bluegrass is alive and well and continuing to be re-envisioned
ONE OF America’s most legendary musicians is making his way down to Springfield. Stanley’s voice, weathered, raw and entirely compelling in its loneliness, embodies the sound of the mountains.

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Drivin' n' Cryin', Big Engine @Coach's Corner

In time for their 30th year as a band, Kevn Kinney and company release Best of Songs, rounding up the best cuts from the EP series. The vinyl-only LP release hits stands May 12 on Plowboy Records.

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Francine Reed @The Mars Theatre

Putting in her time, Reed began scoring some great gigs, opening for the likes of Smokey Robinson, Etta James, and Miles Davis. She met Lyle Lovett in 1985; he was in the market for a female vocalist, and Reed was the perfect fit.

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Rivers Rock with The Accomplices @Moon River Brewing Company

Ogeechee Riverkeeper marks decade of progress
The band’s diverse catalog, refined skill, and laidback nature allows you to chat with your neighbor or grab your partner and get down in front of the stage.

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