Peep these Philly cats as they throw down at the Kung-Fu Necktie with a gusto and precision that boggles the ears and mind. They are playing a bunch of dates in Philly over the next months. Now is a great time to see more of what you’ll witness in the video below.
Sunday Video Mash-up of the Made In America Festival. Made with a $200 fuji film point and shoot and Premiere Pro and fueled by plenty of good ole american budweiser
A few panoramic images to get an idea from the scene
Tauk a rock fusion band out of NYC offers their slow smoldering take on the Beatles “I Want You (She’s So Heavy)” see below if you dig it catch them at the Blockley August 4th or at the upcoming Peach Festival with The Allman Brothers at Montage Mtn on Aug 10-12. thepeachmusicfestival.com
Don Mennig is known for capturing some of the most breathtaking nature and wildlife photos. However when he turns his camera on the wildlife that can be found on stages across the country the results are really spectacular as well. Don has been good enough to offer up ten of his favorite images from his past year of concert Photography. Peep the visual goodness below.
Watch Dumpstaphunk destroy the Blockley before heading off to Bonnaroo. The video below features Ivan Neville, Tony Hall, Nick Daniels, Ian Neville, and the heavy-hitting female drummer Nikki Glaspie doing a cover of “Fame” and then watch as Ivan jumped off his keys and scooped up a guitar to have a nasty guitar jam with Hall and Ian.
Diplo played the hero Sunday at the Roots Picnic slaying a Major Lazer show and following it up in the tent for a righteous dance party while a freak thunderstorm raged outside. Peep the Video below for all of the action
After an intro dedication by Black Thought to The Beastie Boys fallen brother Adam Yauch and a microphone switch, The roots launched into a nasty cover of “Paul Revere”. Peep the video below from Saturday at the 2012 Roots Picnic.
More than likely you haven’t run across these dudes from Philly, The Extraordinaires’ but as soon as you hear them unload their freak folk in the same vein as Rubblebucket but with some old Drink-up Buttercup gusto. They killed their set last week opening for the Spinto Band and mixed up guitars, horn and rowdiness into everything from a bit of GnR’s “Welcome To The Jungle” to their own bumping original “Patent Pending.” Peep them slay the Kung-Fu Necktie in … →