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The Wood Brothers give concert attendees so much more soulful sound than it seems a 3-person band could! Their music played in a small venue like The State Theatre, State College, PA is outstanding. (I saw them ten years ago in a similar venue in Lancaster, PA too.) Their skills playing together have only improved, and the way they play off each other by ear, by feel, and add creative riffs and grooves to liven up their standby songs is delightful. Jano is an incredibly talented percussionist, Chris's bass, energy and spontaneous dancing are fun, and oh Oliver's voice and bluesy guitar--oh my (eyes flutter, heart beats, muse here available for his songs ha ha). They played the favorites, they played new songs, and opening act singer Kat Wright added a gorgeous vocal to one of The Wood Brothers best songs for an added treat. The energy was high the entire show. It ended too soon!

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What a great show at the Fremont in San Louis Obispo! The drummer and bass player are phenomenal musicians and the lead singer voice is raw and very soulfull. Almost as reaching you in a way that only a person who has lived his lyrics can do in a live show. Felt very personal and jouful. A great band I will be seeing again in the future. The opening act was great with very sexy voice! I loved when they all sang and played around 1 old fashioned microphone as if traveling back in time. Overall a great experience with this band who played plenty of old stuff of theirs mixed with new stuff. The Fremont was great....even if they did have to confiscate our "bought outside" candy. ;-)

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The Wood Brothers Announce New Album and Spring 2023 Tour Dates

The Wood Brothers 2023 tour dates will support a new studio album to be released in the Spring

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The Wood Brothers have extended their 2023 tour plans with the announcement of 20 additional shows in late Winter and Spring. The dates will cover a wide range of ground, including stops in the Midwest, upstate New York, the Southeast and Colorado. Among the highlights along the way are performances at the Lexington Opera House in Lexington, KY, Town Ballroom in Buffalo, NY, The Walker Theatre in Chattanooga, TN and Mission Ballroom in Denver, CO. Having performed upwards of 100 shows in 2022 and with even more planned in the coming year, The Wood Brothers remain as committed as ever to bringing their music to fans in all corners of the U.S.

“As a young man touring felt like an indulgent adventure: seeing new places, eating local foods, enjoying the applause and joining the party,” says The Wood Brothers’ Oliver Wood. “As I get older, however, it’s become more of a mission to connect with people and make them happy. We’re so grateful that our songs have found a special place in people’s lives. For all of us, band and audience, to share in a heartfelt human experience together is much needed in these times.”

The Wood Brothers 2023 tour dates—including a previously announced West Coast leg in February—will support a new studio album to be released in the Spring. The title for the collection, Heart Is The Hero, is being revealed today, while a first single, release date and pre-order announcement is planned for February 2023.

Artist pre-sale tickets will be available Thursday, November 17 at 10am local, while general on-sale begins Friday, November 18 at 10am local. Tickets are available at: thewoodbros.com/tour-dates

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2/24 – North Little Rock, AR – Simmons Bank Arena *

3/1 – Lexington, KY – Lexington Opera House

3/2 – Detroit, MI – Majestic Theatre

3/3 – Buffalo, NY – Town Ballroom

3/4 – Ithaca, NY – State Theatre

3/6 – Westerly, RI – The United Theatre

3/8 – Harrisburg, PA – XL Live

3/9 – Rocky Mount, VA – Harvester Performance Center

3/10 – Winston-Salem, NC – The Ramkat

3/11 – Chattanooga, TN – Walker Theatre

4/11- Scottsdale, AZ – Virginia G. Piper Theater

4/12 – Flagstaff, AZ – Orpheum Theater

4/14 – Beaver Creek, CO – Vilar Performing Arts Center

4/15 – Denver, CO – Mission Ballroom

4/17- Salina, KS – The Stiefel Theatre for the Performing Arts

4/18 – Fayetteville, AK – JJ’s Live

4/20 – Tulsa, OK – Cain’s Ballroom

4/21- Tilmon, TX – Old Settler’s Music Festival

4/22 – Houston, TX – The Heights Theater

5/11 – Chicago, IL – The Salt Shed **

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11/30 – New Orleans, LA – Tipitina’s ^

12/1 – Huntsville, AL – Mars Music Hall ^

12/2 – Pensacola, FL – Vinyl Music Hall ^

12/3 – Lake Wales, FL – Orange Blossom Revue

12/4 – Key West, FL – Key West Theater ^

12/6 – Ponte Vedra Beach, FL – Ponte Vedra Concert Hall ^

12/7 – Fort Lauderdale, FL – Culture Room ^

12/8-11 – Puerto Morelos, MX – Strings & Sol

1/31 – Solana Beach, CA – Belly Up Tavern ^^

2/1 – Solana Beach, CA – Belly Up Tavern ^^

2/2 – Ventura, CA – Ventura Music Hall ^^

2/3 – Oakland, CA – Fox Theater ^^

2/4 – Stateline, NV – Bally’s Lake Tahoe Casino Resort ^^

2/6 – Santa Cruz, CA – Rio Theatre ^^

2/8 – Bend, OR – Midtown Ballroom ^^

2/9 – Seattle, WA – Neptune Theatre ^^

2/10 – Portland, OR – Revolution Hall ^^

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The Wood Brothers Announce Fall 2023 Tour Dates

Article contributed by calabro music media | published on wednesday, june 21, 2023.

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The Wood Brothers have announced Fall 2023 tour dates. Fresh off the release of their acclaimed studio album Heart Is The Hero in April and subsequent Spring and Summer shows, the band will get back on the road for 16 dates across the Northeast and Southeast. The first leg begins October 18 at The Peoples Bank Theatre in Marietta, OH and stretches through the end of the month, including stops at Salvage Station in Asheville, NC, Union Transfer in Philadelphia, PA and The Palace Theatre in Albany, NY. All October dates will be supported by Maya De Vitry. The second leg starts at Culture Room in Fort Lauderdale, FL on November 30 and blankets the Southeast with highlights along the way including Orange Blossom Revue, a boutique festival that the band curates in Lake Wales, FL, as well as performances at Tipitina's in New Orleans, Georgia Theatre in Athens, GA and Charleston Music Hall in Charleston, SC.

The Wood Brothers' previously announced Summer tour plans will focus on festival appearances throughout North America, including Green River Festival, Mariposa Folk Festival and Calgary Folk Music Festival, along with summer concert series performances at PDX Live in Portland, OR, Red Butte Garden in Salt Lake City, UT, and the Rodney Strong Summer Concert Series in Santa Rosa, CA, among others. Additionally, the trio will embark on a run of Colorado shows—where brothers Oliver and Chris Wood were born and raised—in July, including a hometown performance at Chautauqua Auditorium in Boulder, CO.

The Wood Brothers have learned to trust their hearts. For the better part of two decades, they've cemented their reputation as freethinking songwriters, road warriors, and community builders, creating a catalog of diverse music and a loyal audience who’ve grown alongside them through the years. That evolution continued with Heart is the Hero, the band's eighth studio album released this past April 14. Recorded analog to 16-track tape, this latest effort finds its three creators embracing the chemistry of their acclaimed live shows by capturing their performances in real-time direct from the studio floor. Sonically, the results reflect lyrical themes of presence, empathy, and trust that inform the collection's ten songs. A primarily acoustic-driven effort, its earthy and energized performances are matched by the visceral songwriting that has turned The Wood Brothers into Grammy-nominated leaders of American roots music, even as their music reaches far beyond the genre's borders.

Tickets for The Wood Brothers' Fall tour go on-sale this Friday, June 23 at 10am local with Artist pre-sale beginning Thursday, June 22 at 10am local time (password: HEARTISTHEHERO). Tickets are available at: thewoodbros.com

THE WOOD BROTHERS Fall 2023 Tour Dates

10/18 - Marietta, OH - The Peoples Bank Theatre ^ 10/19 - Louisville, KY - Old Forester’s Paristown Hall ^ 10/20 - Asheville, NC - Salvage Station ^ 10/22 - Jim Thorpe, PA - Penn’s Peak ^ 10/26 - Philadelphia, PA - Union Transfer ^ 10/27 - Burlington, VT - Flynn Center for the Performing Arts ^ 10/28 - Albany, NY - Palace Theatre ^ 10/29 - Beverly, MA - Cabot Theater ^ 11/30 - Fort Lauderdale, FL - Culture Room 12/1 - Lake Wales, FL - Orange Blossom Revue 12/2 - Ponte Vedra Beach, FL - Ponte Vedra Concert Hall 12/3 - Pensacola, FL - Vinyl Music Hall 12/5 - New Orleans, LA - Tipitina’s 12/6 - Birmingham, AL - Iron City 12/7 - Athens, GA - Georgia Theatre 12/8 - Charleston, SC - Charleston Music Hall

^ w/ Maya De Vitry

THE WOOD BROTHERS Complete 2023 Tour Schedule

6/24 - Greenfield, MA - Green River Festival 7/7-9 - Orillia, ON - Mariposa Folk Festival 7/15 - Healdsburg, CA - Rodney Strong Summer Concert Series + 7/21 - Steamboat Springs, CO - Steamboat Free Summer Concert Series * July 22 - Boulder, CO - Chautauqua Auditorium * July 23 - Breckendridge, CO - Riverwalk Center * July 24 - Fort Collins, CO - Fort Collins Brewery * July 26 - Grand Junction, CO - Avalon Theatre * 7/27 - Salt Lake City, UT - Red Butte Garden ^^ 7/28 - White Sulphur Springs, MT - Red Ants Pants Music Festival 7/29-30 - Calgary, Canada - Calgary Folk Music Festival 8/10 - Ketchum, ID - River Run Lodge ** 8/16 - Redmond, WA - Marymoor Live ++ 8/17 - Portland, OR - PDX Live ++ 8/18 - Bend, OR - Hayden Homes Amphitheater ++ 8/19 - Wellston, MI - Hoxeyville Music Festival    9/15 - St. Louis, MO - Enterprise Center +++ 9/17 - Templeton, CA - Whale Rock Music Festival 10/4-7 - Eureka Springs, AR - Hillberry Harvest Moon Festival 10/8 - Monterey, CA - Rebels & Renegades Music Festival 10/18 - Marietta, OH - The Peoples Bank Theatre 10/19 - Louisville, KY - Old Forester’s Paristown Hall 10/20 - Asheville, NC - Salvage Station 10/22 - Jim Thorpe, PA - Penn’s Peak 10/26 - Philadelphia, PA - Union Transfer 10/27 - Burlington, VT - Flynn Center for the Performing Arts 10/28 - Albany, NY - Palace Theatre 10/29 - Beverly, MA - Cabot Theater 11/30 - Fort Lauderdale, FL - Culture Room 12/1 - Lake Wales, FL - Orange Blossom Revue 12/2 - Ponte Vedra Beach, FL - Ponte Vedra Concert Hall 12/3 - Pensacola, FL - Vinyl Music Hall 12/5 - New Orleans, LA - Tipitina’s 12/6 - Birmingham, AL - Iron City 12/7 - Athens, GA - Georgia Theatre 12/8 - Charleston, SC - Charleston Music Hall   + w/ ZZ Ward * w/ Ida Mae ^^ w/ The Lil' Smokies ** The Infamous Stringdusters ++ w/ Greensky Bluegrass +++ w/ Turnpike Troubadours ^ w/ Maya De Vitry 

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The Wood Brothers Deliver Spring 2024 Tour Dates

The Wood Brothers Deliver Spring 2024 Tour Dates

The Wood Brothers have delivered their spring 2024 tour dates. The sibling act, featuring Oliver and Chris Wood, alongside Jano Rix, revealed an extensive list of places they will visit following the winter melt. The impending jaunt will commence on Feb. 27 at the Rialto Theatre in Tucson before meandering up the West Coast. 

Following the band’s first night on stage, they’ll travel to Del Mar, Calif., for a one-night stand at The Sound at Del Mar on Feb. 28. From there, they will take part in a Los Angeles concert, followed by a double feature at San Francisco’s The Fillmore on March 1 and 2. The Wood Brothers will continue up the coast, playing in Grass Valley, Calif., followed by Eureka, Calif., before their Portland, Ore. stand on March 7.

After a trip to The Rose City, the trio will participate in two Washington State performances, leading into an extended break from live shows. The band will return to the road on April 3, playing at the Southern Theatre in Columbus prior to a highly anticipated Ryman Auditorium stand in Nashville, Tenn. 

The ensemble will continue with Midwest gigs, performing in Indiana, Wisconsin, Iowa, and Tennessee, leading to their final spring concert, slated for April 13 at The Pageant in St. Louis, Mo. New tour dates arrived after the group’s April 2023 LP release, Heart Is The Hero . Read Relix ’s latest interview with The Wood Brothers, which coincided with the drop of their aforementioned album.

Scroll down to view a list of tour dates. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit their official website .

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The Wood Brothers Spring 2024 Tour Dates:   

Feb. 27 – Rialto Theatre – Tucson +

Feb. 28 – The Sound at Del Mar – Del Mar, Calif. +

Feb. 29 – Fonda Theatre – Los Angeles +

March 1 – The Fillmore – San Francisco +

March 2 – The Fillmore – San Francisco +

March 5 – Center for the Arts – Grass Valley, Calif. +

March 6 – Arkley Center – Eureka, Calif. +

March 7 – Revolution Hall – Portland, Ore. +

March 8 – Moore Theatre – Seattle +

March 9 – Wild Buffalo – Bellingham, Wash. +

April 3 – Southern Theatre – Columbus 

April 4 – Ryman Auditorium – Nashville, Tenn. 

April 5 – Old National Centre – Indianapolis, Ind. 

April 6 – The Clyde Theatre – Fort Wayne, Ind. 

April 7 – Orpheum Theater – Madison, Wis. 

April 10 – The Englert Theatre – Iowa City, Iowa

April 11 – Madrid Theatre –Kansas City, Mo.

April 12 – Minglewood Hall – Memphis, Tenn.

April 13 – The Pageant – St. Louis

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The Wood Brothers have delivered a batch of summer tour dates that will take the band to a series of Southeastern and East Coast venues, beginning on May 2 at Brown’s Island in Richmond, Va., prior to a pick up of added appearances further up the coastline, with a follow up slated for May 3 at The Newton Theatre in Newton, N.J.

After initial nights on stage, the Roots ensemble will pick up ensuing gigs, including May 4 at the Community Arts Center in Williamsport, Pa., and May 5 at Infinity Hall Hartford concert in Hartford, Conn. Wood Brothers will ricochet from New Hampshire to Maine and back again, ultimately continuing with stage time in Virginia, North Carolina and Tennessee. 

The trio, who released Heart is the Hero in 2023, will return to the East Coast for the final leg of their run, which includes a June 15 show at Arrowood Farms Brewery in Accord, N.Y., June 16 in Westport, Conn., and a Summer Stage at Tree House Brewing Company show in South Deerfield, Mass., on June 18.

The final tour date for Wood Brothers’ summer tour will take them to Plymouth Memorial Hall in Plymouth, Mass., on June 19. Presale is set to commence tomorrow, Feb. 15, at 10 a.m. local time, with code TWBSUMMER. All tickets will go on sale Friday, Feb. 16, at 10 am local via thewoodbros.com .

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The Wood Brothers Summer Tour:

May 2 – Brown’s Island – Richmond, Va. 

May 3 – The Newton Theatre – Newton, N.J.

May 4 – Community Arts Center – Williamsport, Pa.

May 5 – Infinity Hall Hartford – Hartford, Conn. 

May 7 – Colonial Performing Arts Center – Keene, N.H.

May 8 – Stone Mountain Arts Center – Brownfield, Maine

May 9 – Nashua Center for the Arts – Nashua, N.H.

May 10 – United Theatre – Westerly, R.I.

May 11 – The Music Hall – Portsmouth, N.H.

June 7 – Lime Kiln Theater – Lexington, Va.

June 9 – Knight Theater – Charlotte, N.C. 

June 10 – Greenfield Lake Amphitheater – Wilmington, N.C.

June 12 – Walker Theatre – Chattanooga, Tenn.

June 15 – Arrowood Farms Brewery – Accord, N.Y.

June 16 – The Levitt Pavilion for the Performing Arts – Westport, Conn. 

June 18 – Summer Stage at Tree House Brewing Company – South Deerfield, Mass. 

June 19 – Plymouth Memorial Hall – Plymouth, Mass.

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Brothers before they were bandmates, this Colorado act has been making music since 2001

The Wood Brothers – Chris Wood, from left, Jano Rix and Oliver Wood – are headlining Memorial Hall in Plymouth on Wednesday, June 19.

Chris and Oliver Wood had thriving separate careers going before they ever considered joining forces in 2001, but their union as The Wood Brothers produced music that their fans would agree transcended almost everything they’d done before. The pair, along with multi-instrumentalist Jano Rix, deliver a heady blend of Americana, blues, jazz, funk and even gospel with the kind of jaw-dropping improvisational skills that make every concert a unique and indelible experience.

The Wood Brothers are headlining Memorial Hall in Plymouth on Wednesday, June 19. (Memorial Hall is located at 83 Court St., Route 106, in Plymouth, and the show begins at 7:30 p.m. with the indie folk duo The Bygones opening. Tickets range from $39-$69, available through etix.com or spectaclelive.com . Call Spectacle Live's box office at 800-657-8774 for more information.)

The Wood brothers grew up in Colorado in home where music was ever-present. Their mother was a poet, and their dad was given to playing guitar and singing old folk and campfire songs when he was away from his day job as molecular biologist. Oliver ended up moving to Atlanta, where he joined the band of bluesman Tinsley Ellis , who encouraged him to write and sing his own tunes. Oliver soon founded and led King Johnson, playing rhythm and blues, funk and rock all over the Southeast. Chris, meanwhile had taken another path, studying jazz bass at the New England Conservatory , and then, in 1992, founding the jazz-rock fusion band Medeski, Martin and Wood.

It wasn’t until 2001, when King Johnson opened for MM&W, and the brothers got a chance to jam together, that the siblings realized an alliance might be something special. By 2006 they had a record deal, and around 2009 Rix came aboard, and the rest has been a steady climb to the point where the trio is now the primary vehicle for both brothers, and a delight to fans who like rock, jazz, blues, Americana and especially fans of improv.  (You can still find the PBS episode of " The Kate ,” featuring The Wood Brothers playing at the Connecticut venue last year, a fine sample of their appeal.)

Last April, The Wood Brothers released their ninth studio album, “ Heart is the Hero ,” a work of stunning beauty, with a general theme of being true to oneself, and we’re all in this together. The song “ Between the Beats ,” for example, works off the line “you may be lost, but you’re far from alone.” The tune “ Rollin’ On ” talks of surviving a bad year, with subtle horns building to a cathartic chorus, “Together we’re strong.” The rolling piano lines of “ Mean Man World ” speaks of a “little girl who wants to save the world.” And the anthem “ Line Those Pockets ” decries the pursuit of money and fame and suggests kindness and support as an alternative.

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New album has uplifting gospel tones

It was suggested to Oliver that although the latest album doesn’t hew strictly to gospel as much as just the usual Americana, bluesy roots feel of their work, and doesn’t cite any specific religion or belief, its 10 songs share the kind of uplifting, inspirational tone that might make it their most gospel-like album ever.

“I hadn’t thought of that,” said Oliver, from his Nashville-area home. “I guess thematically the songs all do have a certain perspective they share. I don’t think that’s a new sort of theme for our music, with or without the musical influence of gospel, but I like that idea that it is something that is present throughout this last album.”

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The acoustic foundation of “Heart is the Hero” gives it an intimate, stripped-down feel, but that result was not a deliberate production decision.

Album is 'more acoustic than usual by accident'

“I think the album became a little bit more acoustic than usual by accident,” said Oliver. “There is very little electric guitar on this one, but there is quite a bit of electric bass. It was mostly the result of the way we recorded, and a lot of those songs were recorded with acoustic guitar. Chris’ upright bass is a big piece of wood, and we like to complement it with acoustic guitar and piano. But I don’t feel that record is necessarily more mellow than our other work, although there’s nothing too crazy.”

“Over the years we’ve been on a slow ride to the middle,” Oliver noted of the trio’s career. “We’ve gotten to the place where we usually play to a thousand, or a couple thousand people in a theater, or a festival, and it’s not easy to be subtle in those settings. You have to be a bit louder, and the music a bit simpler, with not as much of a range of dynamics. I think we like to look at the albums as a thing where we can be as subtle as we want.”

If the guitar mastery of Oliver and the bass and guitar work of Chris Wood isn’t dazzling enough, Rix often pulls off the mind-blowing duality of playing drums and keyboards simultaneously. The improvisational jams can be transcendent, and when all three musicians harmonize there is a powerfully rough-hewn authenticity to the sound.

“Bringing the music to these larger venues has been a challenge, but over the years we’ve learned how to do it,” said Oliver. “It’s a case of mastering the technical scale, as well as our attitude. We may be playing acoustic guitar, with acoustic bass and piano, but we’re all plugged in, and we can fill a room. There are ways to do it, and although we don’t always have that subtle sound we can have in smaller rooms, we can make it work.”

New music always on minds of The Wood Brothers

The Wood Brothers are almost constantly thinking about new music, whether it is Oliver jotting down lyric ideas, or Chris discovering new bass riffs that could work into a song. That’s even more crucial now, when they don’t live in the same city. Oliver lives outside Nashville, while Chris married a Canadian woman and bought a farm in British Columbia, near Vancouver. Rix, meanwhile, is in constant demand as a studio musician.

“Having a written deadline, such as for a new album, definitely focuses us,” Oliver laughed. “But we’re always working on songs as we go along. Some may have been in the process for years. At other times, we’ll write as we’re going into the studio, but we’re getting ideas all the time. I’m constantly writing in my lyrics notebook, and some of them are fully formed songs, and others are fragments. It’s a constant search for inspiration, whether people and places we’ve gone to, something in the news, improvising at our warmups or soundchecks. We come up with a lot of the music just by how we are reacting to each other – then I have to go to my notebook and see if I have lyrics that will fit.”

“Sometimes in concert we will go off and discover something new, but it is tricky on a bigger stage,” Oliver added. “But if we’re really comfortable on stage, we will explore. Jano and Chris are both amazing improvisers, and we often love to go on a little musical journey, like our own little musical conversation.”

Wide-ranging setlists for Wood Brothers shows

The Wood Brothers' setlists can include a wide variety these days, with nine studio albums and about four more live discs out there. No two nights ever feature the same setlist, and Chris enjoys creating the new setlist every night on tour.

“There’s a few songs we feel like we should include in the set, and people let us know if they want to hear something,” Oliver said. “We rotate some songs in and out, but let the people hear the new material – although now this record is a year old – we’ll make a real effort to play that. We’ve also started to be open to requests, which fans can relay to our website. But it is not the same show every night, that's for sure.”

And trying to anticipate where The Wood Brothers may go on any given night is part of the fun for their fans.    

Bands you can't miss at Levitate Festival

With the annual Levitate Festival coming up July 5-7, it seems a good time to suggest a few bands to make sure you see.  Here are three bands per day music fans will be well advised to catch if they can. And don’t be afraid to discover more new bands, because the best part of summer festivals with multiple acts is the chance to hear folks you don't know.

FRIDAY: MT. JOY : This group comes from Los Angeles, by way of their Philadelphia roots, a quintet that effectively mixes alt-rock and folk-rock for an edgy, rootsy feel.   DIRTY HEADS : The answer to the musical question, what if someone combined the punk/ska sound of Sublime with a more reggae foundation? The result is reggae with a flow, and a kick.  STOLEN GIN : Five wild and crazy musicians from New York University who play funky jazz, or jazzy funk, and make it impossible to stand still.

SATURDAY: LAKE STREET DIVE : It doesn’t seem possible these New England Conservatory grads have been together 20 years, but it’s true and their stellar technical ability combines with their pop, soul, and swing style as well as a delicious sense of fun. And Rachael Price is a killer vocalist and superb entertainer. THE ELOVATERS : If any band considers Levitate a home game, it is the crew of Marshfield and Duxbury musicians in the irrepressible reggae/ska group fronted by longtime South Shore songsmith Jackson Weatherbee. G. LOVE & SPECIAL SAUCE : Mr. Love, aka Garrett Dutton, grew up in Philly but made his musical breakthrough in Boston, updating the classic blues he loved with hip-hop and modern r&b accents, and getting his start in places like Brookline’s bygone Tam O’Shanter, and Cambridge’s legendary Plough & Stars.

SUNDAY: SUBLIME : This group was in on the ground floor of the whole ska/punk movement but suffered a crippling blow when singer Bradley Nowell died in 1996. But this new/old lineup features Bradley Nowell’s son Jakob Nowell, now 29, who’d already been forging his own career as a rocker. CHARLEY CROCKETT : It wasn’t long ago that Crockett was scuffling in small venues, but the Texan brings a new sensibility to country music, mixing in modern elements and even winning the Emerging Artist of the Year from the Americana Music Association in 2021. Crockett’s latest album, “$10 Cowboy,” came out this spring, and his brand of country brings in plenty of rock. THE RINS : Perhaps the second generation of the Boston-area music fans who grew up on Mighty Mighty Bosstones, this quintet might be dubbed ‘mighty mini boss players from Beantown,’ crafting a sound just as big and potent on the ska-rock scale as MMB, with fewer members and a refreshingly go-for-it-all attitude.

MUSIC & PEACE: DAVID BROZA’S 40 YEAR CAREER: 

Sunday night (June 16) Berklee Performance Center in Boston hosts a concert that seems particularly apt for these times. David Broza ’s music has encompassed folk, rock, Latin music and even flamenco over his lengthy career, spanning four decades and over 30 albums. That alone would make his concert of songs and stories an intriguing night. But one of Broza’s most significant projects was his 2014 album “ East Jerusalem West Jerusalem ,” and its accompanying film . The album, produced by Steve Earle, featured Broza, an Israeli, playing with a band of mostly Palestinian musicians. As far back as 1977, Broza had written the peace anthem, “ Things Will Be Better ,” to celebrate the Israeli-Egyptian Peace Accords of that year. Broza has said “Each concert is a celebration of life, love and the power of music to unite us all.” And with all of the things going on in the world today, no doubt we could all benefit from celebrating that.  

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The Wood Brothers Announce 2023 Fall Tour Dates

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The Wood Brothers have announced a new batch of fall tour dates in support of their new studio album Heart Is The Hero .

With a grip of summer tour dates still remaining, including shows with Greensky Bluegrass , The Infamous Stringdusters , and The Lil’ Smokies , The Wood Brothers will return to the road in October to kick off the first leg of their newly added fall tour dates in Marietta, OH on the 18th with support from Maya De Vitry , who will continue on with the tour through the end of the month, with stops at Salvage Station in Asheville, Union Transfer in Philadelphia, The Palace Theatre in Albany, NY, and more.

The second leg begins at Culture Room in Fort Lauderdale, FL on November 30th and consists of shows around the Southeast including Orange Blossom Revue , a boutique festival curates by the band in Lake Wales, FL, Tipitina’s in New Orleans, Georgia Theatre in Athens, GA, and Charleston Music Hall in Charleston, SC.

An artist pre-sale for The Wood Brothers’ fall tour will begin Thursday, June 22nd at 10 a.m. local time (password: HEARTISTHEHERO), followed by the public on-sale this Friday, June 23rd at 10 a.m. local time. Visit the band’s website for more information and to purchase tickets.

THE WOOD BROTHERS Fall 2023 Tour Dates

10/18 – Marietta, OH – The Peoples Bank Theatre ^ 10/19 – Louisville, KY – Old Forester’s Paristown Hall ^ 10/20 – Asheville, NC – Salvage Station ^ 10/22 – Jim Thorpe, PA – Penn’s Peak ^ 10/26 – Philadelphia, PA – Union Transfer ^ 10/27 – Burlington, VT – Flynn Center for the Performing Arts ^ 10/28 – Albany, NY – Palace Theatre ^ 10/29 – Beverly, MA – Cabot Theater ^ 11/30 – Fort Lauderdale, FL – Culture Room 12/1 – Lake Wales, FL – Orange Blossom Revue 12/2 – Ponte Vedra Beach, FL – Ponte Vedra Concert Hall 12/3 – Pensacola, FL – Vinyl Music Hall 12/5 – New Orleans, LA – Tipitina’s 12/6 – Birmingham, AL – Iron City 12/7 – Athens, GA – Georgia Theatre 12/8 – Charleston, SC – Charleston Music Hall

^ w/ Maya De Vitry

THE WOOD BROTHERS Complete 2023 Tour Schedule

6/24 – Greenfield, MA – Green River Festival 7/7-9 – Orillia, ON – Mariposa Folk Festival 7/15 – Healdsburg, CA – Rodney Strong Summer Concert Series + 7/21 – Steamboat Springs, CO – Steamboat Free Summer Concert Series * July 22 – Boulder, CO – Chautauqua Auditorium * July 23 – Breckendridge, CO – Riverwalk Center * July 24 – Fort Collins, CO – Fort Collins Brewery * July 26 – Grand Junction, CO – Avalon Theatre * 7/27 – Salt Lake City, UT – Red Butte Garden ^^ 7/28 – White Sulphur Springs, MT – Red Ants Pants Music Festival 7/29-30 – Calgary, Canada – Calgary Folk Music Festival 8/10 – Ketchum, ID – River Run Lodge ** 8/16 – Redmond, WA – Marymoor Live ++ 8/17 – Portland, OR – PDX Live ++ 8/18 – Bend, OR – Hayden Homes Amphitheater ++ 8/19 – Wellston, MI – Hoxeyville Music Festival 9/15 – St. Louis, MO – Enterprise Center +++ 9/17 – Templeton, CA – Whale Rock Music Festival 10/4-7 – Eureka Springs, AR – Hillberry Harvest Moon Festival 10/8 – Monterey, CA – Rebels & Renegades Music Festival 10/18 – Marietta, OH – The Peoples Bank Theatre 10/19 – Louisville, KY – Old Forester’s Paristown Hall 10/20 – Asheville, NC – Salvage Station 10/22 – Jim Thorpe, PA – Penn’s Peak 10/26 – Philadelphia, PA – Union Transfer 10/27 – Burlington, VT – Flynn Center for the Performing Arts 10/28 – Albany, NY – Palace Theatre 10/29 – Beverly, MA – Cabot Theater 11/30 – Fort Lauderdale, FL – Culture Room 12/1 – Lake Wales, FL – Orange Blossom Revue 12/2 – Ponte Vedra Beach, FL – Ponte Vedra Concert Hall 12/3 – Pensacola, FL – Vinyl Music Hall 12/5 – New Orleans, LA – Tipitina’s 12/6 – Birmingham, AL – Iron City 12/7 – Athens, GA – Georgia Theatre 12/8 – Charleston, SC – Charleston Music Hall

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