Thursday, April 29, 2010

Flaming Lips - C'ville Review, Adult Swim, Phish 3D, Emmitt-Nershi Band, Hiatt & McClinton

With all the shows last weekend, I totally forgot to review the Flaming Lips show I went to see in Charlottesville at the Charlottesville Pavilion on April 15.  It was truly a spectacular show both visually and musically.  A Flaming Lips show is like Pink Floyd + Black Sabbath + the circus.  The show opened with a video of a girl dancing but it was a brightly colored, negative image.  Her, ahem, private area began to glow yellow, glowing more intensly until she lay down and spread her legs as if about to give birth.  The video zoomed in on her area and a door opened in the video wall.  Out popped the Flaming Lips from her va-jay-jay being born into the show (their new album is called "Embryonic").  This was not a heavy, serious thing and that's one of the beauties of the Lips.  They are arty but always with a smile and a wink not to take themselves or life too seriously.

While all this was happening there were about 10 guys on one side of the stage, and 10 girls on the other, there only to dance and all were dressed as DJ Lance Rock from the kids show Yo Gabba Gabba.

Why?  Well, why not?  Just relax and go with the flow and don't ask too many questions.  Its a Flaming Lips show.  In the meantime, lead singer Wayne Coyne got into his magic hamster ball and rolled over the crowd.

We were then assaulted with lights, confetti and giant balloons.  It was a hell of a start to the show. 

The Lips played a number of songs from their new album, "Embryonic", mixed with older favorites like "Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots Pt. 1", "The Yeah Yeah Yeah Song", and "She Don't Use Jelly".  For those unfamiliar with the Lips' music, think of early Pink Floyd but if Syd Barrett was happier and then mixed at times with louder stoner rock.  They don't improvise much but they have a certain looseness that allows them to go with the flow of a show as the audience might dictate.  Wayne Coyne is always egging the audience on to scream and yell and have a good time.  And there are always arty videos and lights and, of course, giant laser hands.

By the way, if anyone is looking to get my a birthday gift, I'd really like a pair of them thar giant laser hands. They'd be fun at parties.

For an encore, the Lips brought opening band Stardeath & White Dwarfs on to do a cover of Floyd's "Brain Damage/Eclipse", which was recognizable but they managed to put their own spin on it. This version is actually from a few nights later at Cornell University but it was a better video than the one from C'Ville:

They ended the show with one of the most life-affirming songs ever, "Do You Realize?" The performance of this song actually brought tears of joy to my eyes. This version is from the 4/19 show. If you want to get right to the song, skip to about 2:50 but you'll miss an intro by Wayne Coyne explaining what the song means to him and other people.

A truly wonderful show. You leave feeling energized, optimistic, with a huge smile on your face and ready to see the Flaming Lips again as soon as possible.

Onto this weekend's events in Richmond.

Friday night at the 17th St. Farmer's Market, Cartoon Network brings Adult Swim to town. Just because its Cartoon Network does not mean you should bring the kids. For those who may not know, Adult Swim is the name of a series of adult-oriented cartoon programs (Robot Chicken, Family Guy, American Dad, Squidbillies, Space Ghost Coast to Coast, etc.) televised each week on the Cartoon Network. The Adult Swim team travels throughout the country providing games, prizes, beer, live music and entertainment. This event is geared to college-aged adults and you must be 18 years or older.  That'll run from 6 PM - 10 PM.  It should be rude, offensive, disgusting and funny.

Also, Friday, Phish 3D starts its one week run at Movieland at Boulevard Square.  Check the Movieland site for showtimes.  As the name would imply this is a 3D film of Phish in concert at last October's Festival 8.  The movie includes some songs from their Halloween night musical "costume" when they played the Rolling Stones' "Exile In Main Street" in its entireity with help from Sharon Jones (of the Dap-Kings) and a horn section.  If you are a Phish fan or just wondering what all this Phish phuss is about, check it out.  I'll be attending the Saturday 9 PM show.  Here is the performance from the movie of the Stones' "Loving Cup" from Halloween night:

Saturday night, local alt-country band Horsehead will play at The Canal Club. Tix are $8 in advance, $10 at the door. Doors open at 8 and openers are The Trillions and Dave Shultz & the Skyline.

The Atkinsons (Americana) will be at Bogart's.  Showtime is 9:30.  As far as I can tell, there is no cover charge, but if there is, it should be minimal.

Emmitt-Nershi Band will be at Capital Ale House Downtown.  Tickets are $15 in advance, $18 at the door.  The show starts at 9 with openers Wake of the Flood.  The Emmitt-Nershi Band is lead by Drew Emmitt of Leftover Salmon and Bill Nershi of String Cheese Incident so expect lots of bluegrass based jamming.  Here's the title track from their latest album, "New Country Blues" as performed on the 2009 Jamcruise:

Finally, next Wednesday, the Innsbrook After Hours season starts with a nice blues combo of John Hiatt & Delbert McClinton.  General Admission advance tix are $16.50, GA at the gate is $20 and Gold Circle (advance tix only) are $35.  I believe Delbert will come on first at 6:30 with Hiatt on at 8.  Gates open at 6 PM.  I would expect to see these guys jamming together at some point during the show which will be cool.  Here's John Hiatt performing "Homeland" a few days ago at WFUV:

A couple shows of note just announced for Innsbrook:

Sunday July 11: Counting Crows’ Traveling Circus & Medicine Show featuring
Augustana & other Special Guests. General Admission Advance: $26.50, General Admission Gate: $30, Gold Circle Advance Only: $50. On sale Friday April 30 at 10am.

Connor's Heroes Presents Music for VCU Massey Cancer Center featuring
Chris Isaak with special guests Marc Broussard and The Waybacks. (This one looks sweet.) Sunday July 25, 2010, Gate Time: 3pm, Music Begins: 4pm. General Admission Advance: $25, Gold Circle Advance only: $50.

Have a great weekend!

Tony Jordan

Friday, April 23, 2010

Tix released for Widespread & The National

The National (the venue) just posted this on Facebook:

A limited number of WIDESPREAD PANIC tickets for both shows have been released ... 2 ticket limit per purchase. Tickets will be available at all Ticketmaster outlets and The National box office.

Additional Tickets have just been released for THE NATIONAL (the band) at The National TONIGHT @ 8pm ... Available at all Ticketmaster outlets and The National box office

Adult Alternative radio station now in Richmond?

103.7 FM has changed format, calling themselves 103.7 The River. It appears they are now an adult alternative station of some sort. As I am listening now, they are playing Modest Mouse's "Float On", then Sister Hazel, "Hard to Say". We'll see how "alternative" they get, but at least its a step in the right direction.

The ad on sister station Y101's site says: "There's a new station in town... 103.7 The River is now Richmond's Best Alternative ! Never less than 52 minutes of music every hour and no talking over your favorite music.

This is a new kind of station, designed specifically for Richmond, and staying true to the music with artists like Radiohead, The Cure, Foo Fighters, U2, Bob Marley, Kings of Leon, Dave Matthews Band, U2, the Red Hot Chili Peppers and too many more to name here."

If this is a true adult alternative station, its about time Richmond got one. Now all we need is a good Americana station.

UPDATE: 3:12 PM: OK, I've been listening for 15 minutes now and haven't heard anything newer than the Modest Mouse tune and now they are playing Avril Lavigne. I don't know what format they are but they definitely aren't adult alternative. There doesn't appear to be much alternative here. Can someone in Richmond please give me a radio station to run? I'll make it a real adult alternative with a heavy Americana quota. I think we could have fun and make some money.

Orel Hershiser Tweets From Coachella

Orel Hershiser, Cy Young award winning pitcher from the Dodgers, went to the Coachella Festival last weekend and sent a bunch of Tweets. Here they are. Kind of.

Wednesday, April 21, 2010

The National, Elvis Costello, Widespread Panic, Shooter Jennings

In the "this is kind of confusing" category, The National play The National on Thursday & Friday night. That would be the band, The National, play the venue, The National. Doors open at 7 both nights, show starts at 8 with opener Arlt. Tix are $20 in advance, $23 day of show. The National are a critically acclaimed mellow indie-countryish rock band. Think Big Star, The Smiths, Wilco, The Cure, The Kinks, Sufjan Stevens or The Jayhawks. This one is my favorite song from their album, "The Boxer". It's called "Fake Empire":

I just discoverd a new feature on YouTube. When playing a music video, look for a little button called Disco in the upper right. If you click it, it gives you a bio on the band, similar artists, a list of the band's videos and a "mix tape" of similar artists' videos. You can then add whichever videos to a queue for viewing. Kind of a cool idea.

Outlaw country hero Shooter Jennings and Hierophant will be at the Hat Factory on Thursday night. Doors open at 7 and tix are $20. Shooter is the son of Waylon Jennings. Shooter tends more toward southern rock and bands like the Drive-By Truckers or Steve Earle than top 40 country. Though this song from his latest album "Black Ribbons" is definitely heavy on the alternative and nada on the country. Its a disturbing video but kind of cool directed by Shooter and his wife, Drea de Matteo (best known as Adriana from "The Sopranos") and seems to capture some of the craziness of our times and all the conspiracy theories on all political sides. Its called "Summer of Rage":

Rock & Roll Hall of Famer Elvis Costello & The Sugarcanes are at The National on Saturday night. Tickets are $38.50 in advance, $42.50 at the door. Doors open at 7, show starts at 8. There is no opener so get there on time. No opener hopefully means a nice long set (or sets) from Elvis and his Americana band. I don't know what the setlist will bring but seeing as Elvis is in a honky-tonk mood with his latest project, I'm sure you'll hear some of the more country influenced numbers from his vast catalog and/or some reworked versions of his classics. Here's the band playing on 4/17/10 in Biloxi MS:

At the Capital Ale House Downtown on Saturday night, some of our local bands are getting together for a benefit for Home Again, which provides shelter and services for homeless men, women & children. Music will be provided by Lost Satellites, Palominos & the Animal Beat. Show starts at 8 and tickets are $10. Good music, good cause, head down to Capital Ale House for the whole show or go over after the Elvis show. Maybe Elvis will stop by.

Sunday, the Richmond Earth Day festival takes place from noon to 5 PM

south of the 14th Street Bridge, where Hull Street Begins. Activities take place from the Flood Wall to 4th Street. Its all FREE. There will be activities for kids and adults, workshops, art displays, yoga, food, exhibitors and local bands Hot Lava, David Schultz and the Skyline, Photosynthesizers, and Gills and Wings. So get out there, have some fun and love your mother (Mother Earth, that is.)

Monday & Tuesday, elder jam band statesmen (damn, I remember when they were new) Widespread Panic come to The National. Doors open at 6, show starts at 7 and there is no opener. Tix are $40. Widespread plays in the tradition of the Grateful Dead, Allman Brothers Band, Neil Young and were part of the "new wave" of jam band that popped up in the late 80's with Blues Traveler, Phish, Spin Doctors, Dave Matthews Band, etc. Here they are playing a couple tunes by The Band at their Halloween show last year:

If you can't come down after the Panic show and are looking to party after Panic on Monday night, head over to the Canal Club after the show. They'll have DJ Williams Projekt with opener Grapefruit Fred. Show starts at 11 PM and its just $5 to get in.
Citizen Cope comes to The National on Wednesday, April 28. Citizen Cope plays mellow, world music influenced rock. Think Jack Johnson, G Love & Special Sauce, Everlast, Jeff Buckley, Van Morrison, or Stevie Wonder. This is a makeup for the postponed Feb. 6 show so if you had tickets to that show they'll be honored at this one. If you want to get tickets, they are $20 in advance, $23 day of show. Here he is on the Ellen show:

Have a great weekend!

Tony Jordan

Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Black Crowes to play The National, then go on hiatus

The Black Crowes will be playing the National on November 16. No ticket info yet. This will be a three-hour show, the first half acoustic, the second half electric. After this tour they are going on hiatus for an undetermined amount of time. Don't miss them. They put on a great show. Here's the article from Rolling Stone:;kw=[24262,128904]

UPDATED 4/21/10 - 3:45 PM: Tickets will go on sale on May 14th at all Ticketmaster outlets,,, and The National box office. The National didn't indicate at what time they go on sale but figure 10 AM. I'll update when I know for sure.

Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Flaming Lips, Disco Biscuits, Leon Russell, Goo Goo Dolls

The Flaming Lips will be in Charlottesville at the Charlottesville Pavilion and while I usually don't mention a lot of C'ville shows on the blog this one is worth mentioning because (1) I'm going and (2) this is a band you must see live before you die. Men in giant hamster balls walking over the crowd, aliens, angels, trippy movies, confetti guns, balloons, fake blood, boxing nun puppets, and first-rate psychedelic music; a Flaming Lips show has everything you want out of a rock and roll show and more. Tickets are still available for $40 each, doors open at 6, show starts at 7 with opener Stardeath and White Dwarfs. Here they are playing a song from their latest album, "Embryonic", called "Convinced of the Hex":

If you can't make it to the Lips show tomorrow night, you may want to check out indie pop/rock band, Xiu Xiu, who will be at the Canal Club. Doors open at 7:30, tix are $13, and Tune Yards, Nude Photos of Celebrities and Marionettw will open. You may like Xiu Xiu if you like Animal Collective or The Cure. Here's the video for their song "This Too Shall Pass Away (For Freddy)". It reminds me of playing "Adventure" on the Atari 2600.:

Friday & Saturday, electronica dance jam band Disco Biscuits come to The National. Both nights doors open at 7, show starts at 8, tix are $22.50 in advance, $25 day of show. John Lee & the J.L.e open Friday and DJ T-bone open on Saturday. Disco Biscuits come on around 9 both nights. Here they are last year in Ogden CO:

Disco Biscuits off-shoot bands will play after the shows at The National. Conspirator (down-tempo, trance, drum n' bass) featuring Marc Brownstein and Aron Magner of the Disco Biscuits will play at The Canal Club on Friday night. That show will start at 11 PM with The Former Champions and DJ Chenchilla. The show will run until 4 AM so drink your Red Bull. Tix are $20.

Saturday night, M80 Dubstation (dub, electro & bass) featuring Jon Gutwillig of Disco Biscuits will play at Alley Katz with openers Joe Nice & Numbernin6. That one will run from 10 AM until 4 AM. Apparently the boys from Disco Biscuits don't need sleep. This one is $10 in advance, $15 day of show.

The Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival (commonly known as Coachella) takes place out in Indio CA this weekend, Friday through Sunday. Headliners include Jay-Z, LCD Soundsyste, Those Crooked Vultures (featuring John Paul Jones of Led Zep and Dave Grohl of Foo Fighters/Nirvana), Muse, Faith No More (reunited and it feels so good), Gorillaz, Pavement (also reunited) and Thom Yorke of Radiohead along with a bunch of other bands. You can check out the live FREE webcast on Facebook at The webcast will run Friday, 4/16: 8pm-3am EST, Saturday, 4/17: 7pm-3am EST, Sunday, 4/18: 7pm-3am EST. (It says EST but we are in EDT as far as I know. Does that mean we spring forward an hour? Oh, well, just tune in at 8 PM or 7 PM and see if they've started yet.) No schedule of artists is on the site so I don't know who you will see.

Saturday is Record Store Day when your local independent record stores will be celebrated all around this great nation of ours. Our local independent record store is Plan 9 in Carytown, of course. There will be a bunch of free goodies available at the store along with special Record Store Day only items available for purchase from some of your favorite bands including Bruce Springsteen, Ani DiFranco, Beastie Boys, Bon Iver/Peter Gabriel, Buddy Guy, Dave Matthews, Devo, Drive-By Truckers, Elvis Costello, Elvis Presley, Flaming Lips, Gogol Bordello, Goldfrapp and much much more. There will also be some live in-store performances. Here is the lineup:

10:00am DJ Chew La Rock (Funk/Soul/Rockabilly)

1:00pm Against Me! (

3:00pm Super Vacations (

4:30pm Samson Trinh & the Upper Eastside Big Band (performing selections from Abbey Road) (

Classic rock piano man Leon Russell will be at The Hat Factory on Saturday night. Show starts at 8 with House Of Fools opening. Tix are $20 for General Admission, $30 for Reserved Seats.
You can read Leon's biography HERE but here is a short list of the people he has collaborated with over the years: Glen Campbell, Joe Cocker, Willie Nelson, Edgar Winter, George Harrison, Eric Clapton, Bob Dylan, Ringo Starr, John Lennon, J.J. Cale, David Gates, Bruce Hornsby, Hal Blaine, Tommy Tedesco, Bobby "Boris" Pickett, B.B. King, Freddie King, Bill Wyman, Steve Cropper, Carl Radle, Chuck Blackwell, Don Preston, Jesse Ed Davis, Rita Coolidge, Gram Parsons, Barbra Streisand, Ike & Tina Turner, Ricky Nelson, Herb Alpert, Frank Sinatra, Aretha Franklin, Ann-Margret, Dean Martin, Marvin Gaye, Dave Mason, Steve Winwood, and groups such as Delaney & Bonnie and Friends, The Monkees, The Astronauts, The Accents, The Fencemen, The Ventures, The Beach Boys, The Byrds, Jan & Dean, Gary Lewis & The Playboys, Paul Revere & The Raiders, The Rolling Stones, The Ronettes, The Crystals, The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, The Everly Brothers, The Righteous Brothers, The Flying Burrito Brothers, The Tractors and on and on and on… Not too shabby.
Here's Leon playing his famous "Jumpin' Jack Flash/Youngblood Medley" at the Concert for Bangladesh with George Harrison & Eric Clapton on guitar, Ringo on drums and a host of other huge names.

On Tuesday, Goo Goo Dolls play at The National. Tix are $36.50 in advance, $40 at the door, doors open at 7, show starts at 8 with opener The Rocket Summer. They've had a number of hits including "Name", "Iris", "Slide" and their cover of Supertramp's "Give A Little Bit". Here is perhaps their greatest performance, singing "Pride" (like "Slide") with Elmo.

OK, I'm off to bed. Have to rest up for the Lips show.

Have a great weekend!

Tony Jordan

Thursday, April 8, 2010

Tea Leaf Green, Last Waltz Ensemble, John Hammond

Everything is green! Covered in tree pollen! We had the windows open today in the house and I just had to clean the computer screen off because it had pollen all over it. The kids were bouncing a ball in the driveway this evening and puffs of pollen were erupting everytime the ball hit the driveway. I've been popping Sudafed like they were candy and the pharmicist thinks I'm cooking meth but my sinuses seem to be through the worst. Hopefully those of you who also have allergies are making it through too and maybe tonight's rain will wash some of it away.

Three shows on Friday night to choose from. I'll be attending Tea Leaf Green at The National, thanks to winning tix from The Weekly Rant. I may tell you about a few shows, but if you want to know everything that is going on in Richmond, check out the Weekly Rant. The Rant's editor, Jon Baliles, didn't ask me to say that in exchange for tix. I check out the Rant every week. Thanks, Jon.

Anyway, back to Tea Leaf Green. Tix are $15 in advance, $17 day of show. Doors open at 8, show starts at 9 with two openers, Silo Effect and Former Champions. Tea Leaf Green is a pretty straightforward blues/classic rock based jam band out of San Francisco in the tradition of the Grateful Dead, The Band, The Jayhawks, Widespread Panic, Blues Traveler, and Hot Tuna. Here's a little ditty called "Cops Took My Weed" from Louisville KY on 3/24/10:

Also on Friday night, the Last Waltz Ensemble will be at The Canal Club. Tix are $12 in advance, $15 at the door. Doors open at 8:30 and no opener is listed on the Canal Club site. As their name implies, the Last Waltz Ensemble play the music of The Band & Dylan. They have a rotating group of musicians in the band from some well established bands and you never know who may show up. Here they are playing "Up On Cripple Creek" in November 2009:

On Friday night at the Capital Ale House Downtown will be blues great John Hammond. The show starts at 9 PM with no opener and tix are $20 in advance, $25 at the door. John was a 2010 Grammy nominee for Best Traditional Blues Album for his album, "Rough & Tough" and his album "Wicked Grin" was named in Blues Revue magazine as one of "The Decade's Best Blues - 25 Great Albums That Defined the Past 10 Years" in their critics' poll. Here's John performing at Peter's Place in Ontario on March 25:

Saturday night, local Americana band, The Atkinsons, will play at Cafe Diem. I caught the tail end of their show at the Church Hill Irish Fest and they sounded great. Show starts at 10 PM with no cover charge. I would call Cafe Diem first because the show is listed on the Cafe Diem site but not The Atkinsons site so be sure before you head out.

More blues Wednesday night at the Canal Club. Local bluesman Terry Garland will team up with Lil' Ronnie to record a live CD and you can be a part of it. Doors open at 8 and tix are just $5. Here they are at The Playing Field here in Richmond on April Fool's Day this year:

I wanted to share this video of my son, Willie, with all of you. Just because I think "My poos is hot" could be the next big catchphrase. For instance, when you see something really cool, say "That poos is hot". Or if you want to brag about yourself: "I just completed a 1/2 marathon and then chugged a bag of Franzia wine. My poos is hot." Here you go:

I hope your poos is hot this weekend.

Tony Jordan

Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Lady Gaga tix on sale Saturday, 4/10

Tickets for Lady Gaga at John Paul Jones Arena in C'ville are going on sale Saturday, 4/10 at 10 AM. Whether you like her music or not, you gotta love the crazy outfits she wears. However, some people say God hates Lady Gaga and she is going to hell. Go to the show then you can be the judge.

Monday, April 5, 2010

Wilco live webcasts

Wilco will be doing live webcasts of their shows in Boston on Tuesday, April 6, and Concord NH on Wednesday, April 7. Both shows start at 8. Click HERE for the website.

Thursday, April 1, 2010

Easter Parade, Ween, Blue October, DJ Williams Projekt

This looks like a pretty slow week musically due to Easter, I guess.

Speaking of Easter, Sunday brings us the Easter Parade on Monument Avenue. For those of you uninitiated to this, this isn't a parade where you sit and watch a bunch of floats and marching bands go by. This is a parade where you do the parading, walking up and down Monument Ave with everyone else. Its fun, especially for the kids. I enjoy checking out all the dogs that have been dressed up silly by their owners and also the people dressed up silly by their dogs. Its FREE and runs from 1 PM - 5 PM on Monument Avenue between Allen & Davis Avenues. Here is the lowdown from Venture Richmond:

"The beloved Richmond tradition that showcases attendees “parading” up and down scenic Monument Avenue continues this year on the blocks between Allen and Davis Avenues. The event is produced by Venture Richmond.

Each year more than 25,000 people converge upon the four-block site to celebrate the arrival of spring and the beauty of Monument Avenue, taking this once-a-year opportunity to stroll in the streets. Music, arts, crafts, children’s activities, food, balloon artistry, a petting zoo, and of course, people and pet watching are all part of the celebration. This is a parade of Richmonders. Admission is free.

The highlight of the event promises to be the ever-popular Pet Bonnet and People Bonnet Showcases, held at 3 p.m. and 4 p.m., respectively, on the Zayde R. Dotts Main Stage at Allen Avenue. Roving entertainment includes Jonathan Austin, More or Less Morris Dancers, a stilt walker and Peggy the Clown.

Scheduled performances/activities include:

Zayde R. Dotts Main Stage

•Debo Dabney and Friends (1 and 2 p.m.)
•Pet Bonnet Showcase (3 p.m.)
•People Bonnet Showcase (4 p.m.)
Roving Performers

•Jonathan Austin
•More or Less Morris Dancers
•Peggy the Clown
•Stilt Walking Clown

•Merchandise vendors
•Food vendors
•Children’s area
•Balloons by Extreme Balloon Artistry
•The Lambeth Petting Zoo"

Ween and their wonderfully twisted and eclectic music will be at The National on Tuesday night. Tix are $28. Doors open at 7 and the show starts at 8. There is no opener so get there early. Here's the video for their song, "Even If You Don't":

On Tuesday, DJ Williams Projekt has their regular gig at Cafe Diem. The gig starts at 9:30 PM.

Next Thursday, at the Hat Factory, Blue October will play with openers Stars of Track & Field and Hurricane Bells. Doors open at 7 and tickets are $22 in advance, $26 day of show. You might dig Blue October if you like Collective Soul, Verve Pipe, or Live as they fall into that alternative pop rock mode. Here is Blue October doing "Say It":

I can't give you all a chocolate bunny for Easter but I will lead you to some free music. HERE is a link to a free Best of Bonnaroo download from Music For Action & Head Count. All you have to do to get it is send a little message to your Senator advocating support for a climate change bill that has already passed the House. Once you do that, you'll get a code to download the Best of Bonnaroo featuring Wilco, Pearl Jam, Dave Matthews Band, Death Cab for Cutie, Ani DiFranco, Phish, moe., Raphael Saadiq, Bob Weir & Ratdog, Disco Biscuits, Decemberists, My Morning Jacket, Phil Lesh & Friends & more. Good music and a good cause.

I'll leave you with Radiohead's "House of Cards" just because I have been into this song lately and its kind of a trippy video. Enjoy!

Have a great weekend!

Tony Jordan