New Exclusive Live Archives From Wilco

New Exclusive Live Archives From Wilco

Wilco is back with the latest entry in their nugs.net exclusive “Front of House” series. This release features both nights of Wilco’s 2010 “An Evening With” tour stop in Montclair, New Jersey. Check out Marc Prizer’s notes on the shows below. Click here to listen to start listening. * “Three-hour shows! Acoustic sets! Deep cuts! … Continue reading "New Exclusive Live Archives From Wilco"

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New From The White Stripes

New From The White Stripes

The White Stripes are back with their latest release in Third Man Records’ archival series. Click here to listen to The White Stripes live in Seattle, 6/16/2000. Third Man Records’ Co-Founder Ben Blackwell’s memories from the show capture the essence of those early touring days for the band. “Heard Pearl Jam, Alice in Chains and … Continue reading "New From The White Stripes"

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15 Concerts to Watch at Home

15 Concerts to Watch at Home

Are you stuck at home for the foreseeable future? As music-lovers, we know how frustrating it is to be separated from the live music experience. Luckily, we’ve put together a list of shows you can enjoy anywhere. Watch these at home and enjoy the full concert experience without risking your health. Throw them on in … Continue reading "15 Concerts to Watch at Home"

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Gotta Sing A New Song, That’s My Job

Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band Joe Louis Arena, Detroit, MI, March 28, 1988 By Erik Flannigan The 1988 Tunnel of Love Express Tour was marked by material changes to the Springsteen concert baseline in place from 1978-1985. The band changed on-stage positions, setlist warhorses like “Badlands” and “Thunder Road” took a breather, and … Continue reading "Gotta Sing A New Song, That’s My Job"

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311 on Three Decades of Music

311 on Three Decades of Music

Next week, thousands will gather in Las Vegas to celebrate three decades of 311. The band will play three shows beginning on March 11th A.K.A 311’s official holiday, 311 DAY. Fans unable to make the trip out to Sin City will be able to participate in the festivities from home. All three shows will be … Continue reading "311 on Three Decades of Music"

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Staff Picks Volume 1

Staff Picks Volume 1

Jeff Milbourn is nugs.net’s Vice President of Technology, resident Widespread Panic apologist, and possibly Goose’s #1 fan. Longtime Widespread Panic fans have probably enjoyed his tapes from ’90s Panic shows. For the first installment of our Staff Picks series, there’s no one better to share their list of favorites from across the years. * Widespread … Continue reading "Staff Picks Volume 1"

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Pigeons Playing San Francisco

Pigeons Playing San Francisco

By Photographer and Writer Joshua Huver (Must Have Media) * Great American Music Hall, San Francisco, CA 2/14/20 * Regency Ballroom, San Francisco, CA 2/15/20 * The Baltimore, MD based funky foursome of Pigeons Playing Ping Pong marked their fifth overall SF Bay Area appearance over Valentine’s Day weekend on February 14 and 15.  * … Continue reading "Pigeons Playing San Francisco"

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A Very Twiddle Valentine’s Day Weekend

A Very Twiddle Valentine’s Day Weekend

By Photographer and Writer William O’Donoghue * State Theatre, Portland, Maine 2/15/20 * The work of a jam band requires a fierce and loyal following to thrive; by that measure, Twiddle has made it and is here to stay. * Comprising of front-man Mihali Savoulidis (lead guitar, vox), Zdenek Gubb (bass, vox), Ryan Dempsey (keys, … Continue reading "A Very Twiddle Valentine’s Day Weekend"

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Expressway To Your Heart

Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band Nassau Coliseum, Uniondale, NY, May 4, 2009 By Erik Flannigan With the Super Bowl just completed, social media reminded us anew about Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band’s turn in the halftime spotlight back in February 2009. That gig speaks for itself (and will never be confused … Continue reading "Expressway To Your Heart"

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The Evolution of Turkuaz

The Evolution of Turkuaz

Since emerging in 2011, Turkuaz has lit up stages everywhere from Bonnaroo, Hulaween, Okeechobee and Electric Forest, to Telluride Jazz Fest, Lock’n, Red Rocks, and The Fillmore. Their horn-filled funk incorporates elements of R&B, psychedelic pop, gospel, Afro-pop, New Wave, classic rock, and just about any genre that gets people dancing. * We had a … Continue reading "The Evolution of Turkuaz"

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