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Various music, concert and festival reviews from our musical misadventures.

Arroyo Seco Weekend

Arroyo Seco Weekend Triumphs as Family Friendly Festival

Festival Brings Together Diverse GroupPasadena,CA- As local favorites Los Lobos kicked off their Sunday set at Arroyo Seco...

Desert Trip: You Just Might Find, You Get What Ya Need

Indio, CA- Desert Trip 2016: "Any more fun and we'd be in trouble". Perhaps it was the heat of the desert sun, but
Caligator 7

Caligator 7 explores new musical territory

Remagined local band shifts gearsRoseville, CA- Caligator 7, the aptly titled seventh release from local band Caligator and...

9 Great Songs that Jam

Roseville, Ca - We love the weekend and a good musical jam. This week our music staff fires up a playlist of songs that are a bit longer than the average corporate crafted pop ditty.
Deadheads at Shoreline

Dead & Company Dance Into Shoreline

Rejuvenated Deadheads Pack ShorelineMountain View, CA- That old cliche' of "there's nothing like a Grateful Dead concert" still...

Jackson Rancheria: Concert Venue Review

Jackson, CA- Jackson Rancheria, a little more than an hour's drive south of Roseville is a fun escape for enthusiasts who enjoy their serving of music without the typical hassles
High Sierra Music Festival

High Sierra Music Festival: Annual Plumas County Celebration

Phantasmagorical Experience in the Sierra NevadaQuincy, CA- Implored over the past few years by passionate festival-goers and...

Hangtown Music Festival a Celebration of Spirit

Placerville, CA- Observing the energy and excitement at this year's Hangtown Music Festival, one might mistakenly get the impression that the 2017 music festival season was just getting underway
Downtown Murphys CA

Ironstone Amphitheatre, a Legendary Experience with Willie Nelson in Murphys

Adventure in the Sierra Nevada FoothillsMurphys,CA- As luck would have it, the colorful tales and whispered rumors we...

Terrapin Crossroads: Music, Food, and Fun

San Rafael, CA- "In another times forgotten space...", words penned by the prolific and celebrated Grateful Dead lyricist, Robert Hunter sound quite apropos upon a visit to Terrapin Crossroads