The Rex Foundation and The Jerry Garcia Family have announced a free livestream event, Daze Between, on August 2-9. The event was meant to celebrate the life of Jerry Garcia, a founding member of the Grateful Dead, which created the Rex Foundation in 1984, and to help support the foundation, which promotes individuality and creativity […]
In response to the COVID-19 epidemic, Ketch Secor from the Old Crow Medicine Show launched Hartland Hootenany, a live weekly variety show featuring lots of music, stories, and special guests. The week’s special guest will be Don Flemons, a talented multi-instrumentalist, singer, and songwriter.
Based in Montana, the Kitchen Dwellers are a five-piece bluegrass band. Join this livestream to enjoy their notoriously high-energy performances and unique twist on traditional bluegrass.
The Cactus Blossoms have their roots in Minneapolis, where they were created by two brothers, Jack Torrey and Page Burkum. On July 4, Pickathon is streaming their 2013 Workshop Barn performance replay to raise money for charity! Proceeds go toward MusiCares COVID-19 Relief Fund to help musicians in need.
Founded in Brooklyn, New York, Lucius are a four-piece indie pop band. Pickathon will be streaming a replay of their 2019 Woods Stage performance on July 3 to raise money for charity and provide support for musicians who are in need as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Based in San Francisco, California, The Brothers Comatose are a five-man country and bluegrass band. On July 2, Pickathon is streaming the band’s 2015 Lucky Barn concert in order to support the MusiCares COVID-19 Relief Fund, which helps musicians in need.
On July 1, BudweiserUSA Nitro Gold presents the CMA Summer Stay-Cay featuring over 50 of your favorite country artists. This is a summer celebration you don’t want to miss! You can also help support music education by donating to the CMA Foundation.
Watch songwriter Julia Holter’s 2016 Lucky Barn performance replay on July 1 to support Pickathon’s #AConcertADay fundraiser! She will be accompanied by Corey Fogel on drums, Devin Hoff on bass, and Dina Maccabee on viola and providing backing vocals. The stream is completely free of cost, but donations are encouraged and proceeds go toward MusiCares.
This Billy Strings concert was filmed live at The Capitol Theatre on January 17, 2020. There’s a great interview with the band at the end of the first set by Dean Budnick from Relix.