Check out these awesome photos from the final night of the NYE run. It was a night to remember!
Railroad Earth is about to embark on anther sizable tour. This is great news for hobos around the country! Their first stop will be a three night run at the Ogden Theater in Denver, CO on January 18th. The band is scheduled for 21 stops along the national tour and will perform headlining dates across the country with stops in Minneapolis, St Louis, Chicago, Asheville, Atlanta, Boston, New York City and San Francisco just to name a few, and all before the end of March. I also hear they are recording a new album!
Check out these exclusive SCI Radio interviews with Railroad Earth from years past:
Date Venue City State
|Jan 18-20 2013||Ogden Theater||Denver||CO|
|Jan 22 2013||Slowdown||Omaha||NE|
|Jan 23 2013||Turner Hall||Milwaukee||WI|
|Jan 24 2013||First Avenue||Minneapolis||MN|
|Jan 25 2013||House Of Blues||Chicago||IL|
|Jan 26 2013||The Pageant||Saint Louis||MO|
|Feb 7-8 2013||Jefferson Theater||Charlottesville||VA|
|Feb 09 2013
Feb 10 2013
Feb 13 2013
Feb 14 2013
|The Orange Peel
|Feb 15-16 2013||Variety Playhouse||Atlanta||GA|
|Feb 22 2013||House Of Blues||Boston||MA|
|Feb 23 2013||9:30 Club||Washington||DC|
|Mar 08 2013||The Wolf Den at Mohegan Sun Casino||Uncasville||CT|
|Mar 09 2013||Best Buy Theater||New York||NY|
|Mar 16 2013||Union Transfer||Philadelphia||PA|
|Mar 28-30 2013||The Fillmore||San Francisco||CA|
|Jul 25 2013||FloydFest||Floyd||VA|
String Cheese Incident returned to the 1st Bank Center in Broomfield, CO this past December to welcome in 2013. It had been almost six months since the summer tour and everyone in the SCI community had been eagerly awaiting this end of the year blow out. I was lucky enough to attend all 3 nights and bring along a few talented photographers. Here are the highlights from 12/29/2012 – Night 1.
Last week Leftover Salmon made their triumphant return to Boston, MA for the first time in nearly 10 years. They brought with them their signature blend of poly-ethnic cajun slamgrass that can’t help but make you smile and forget about life’s troubles. I spoke with founding members, Drew Emmitt and Vince Herman before their show about the history of the band, their special relationship with The String Cheese Incident, and a bit about their latest album, Aquatic Hitchhiker. Leftover Salmon is on tour now, with new years eve shows scheduled for Chicago, IL. If you consider yourself a cheesehead but haven’t heard or seen Leftover Salmon, I urge you to pick up a copy of their new album and go see them live as soon as possible. You won’t regret it. Read more…
Jomeokee was a special experience. Set in the rolling hills of Pinnacle, North Carolina, festival-goers were treated to a unique and eclectic blend of bluegrass, jazz, funk, roots, reggae, and much more, all with the stunning backdrop of Pilot Mountain State Park. I find it comforting that, in an age of ever-advancing technology, one can still experience a weekend of music so rooted in tradition. Other Jomeokee festiv-ees certainly would agree, as the atmosphere immediately took on one of excitement and curiosity, with most band-members quickly adopting the name “Jam-eokee” to describe the experience. This is precisely was Jomeokee was: an incessant flow of rootsy improvisation. Read more…
The String Cheese Incident has just announced a 3 night run for New Years Eve! This will take place at the same venue as Winter Carnival 2011, at the 1st Bank Center in Broomfield, CO. This historic event marks the first New Years Celebration that the band has held in Colorado since 1995! Not to mention the first New Years the band has played since 2006-2007.
Details regarding tickets and an Ultimate NYE Incident package have just been released. Check it out here
I’m beyond excited for these shows and know that you are too! See you there!
— StringCheeseIncident (@SCI_Official) September 21, 2012
I’m super excited for this festival! JGB, EOTO, Cornmeal, Lotus, Yonder, and way more!
CATSKILL CHILL MUSIC FESTIVAL
3-DAY CAMPING FESTIVAL IN HANCOCK, NEW YORK SEPTEMBER 7 – 9, 2012
Over 40 Acts on Three Stages including Yonder Mountain String Band, Lotus,
Conspirator, Soulive, Lettuce, EOTO, Kick Rocks and many more
WHAT: Taking place at the picturesque Camp Minglewood in Hancock, New York from September 7th – 9th, the third annual Catskill Chill Music Festival will host over 40 bands on three stages including Yonder Mountain String Band, Lotus, Conspirator, Soulive, Lettuce, EOTO, Kick Rocks and many more. Nestled in the Catskill Mountains, where the beauty of nature synchronizes with the euphoric sounds of live music, this intimate lakeside event has quickly become one of the most anticipated festivals of the year. The Chill features free parking, free camping, on-site cabin rentals, three outdoor covered stages and an Open Mic stage encouraging fans to become part of the performance. Festivalgoers can also enjoy yoga, drum circles, live art, and a communal bonfire each night. Daily round trip bus transportation from Bryant Park in New York City direct to the front gates at Catskill Chill is available for only $50 per person.
WHEN: September 7th– 9th, 2012
Camp Minglewood 350
Bouchoux Brook Rd Hancock, NY 13783
$125 advance online tickets | $145 gate
Daily round trip bus transportation from NYC is available for only $50 per person
VIP upgrades & RV rentals available at www.CatskillChill.com
Yonder Mountain String Band • Lotus • Conspirator • Soulive • Lettuce • EOTO • JGB with Melvin
Seals • Rubblebucket • Cornmeal • Particle • Break Science • Kick Rocks • The Heavy Pets •
Headtronics • Kung Fu • Zoogma • DrFameus • DJ Logic • Yarn • Yarn plays Dead set • Jennifer
Hartswick Band • Dopapod • KRAZ • Wyllys • The McLovins • Caravan of Thieves • Alan Evans
Trio • DAMN RIGHT! • The Indobox • Consider the Source • Jeff Bujak • On The Spot Trio • Timbre
Coup • The Alchemystics • lespecial • FiKus • ShwizZ • Twiddle • Turbine • Derek VanScoten
(D.V.S*) • Horizon Wireless • Pigeons Playing Ping Pong • The Folkadelics