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In mythology, folklore and speculative fiction, shapeshifting is the ability of a being or creature to completely transform its physical form or shape. In the world of music, the verb can be applied in a similar context, particularly to one New York powerhouse funk quartet. Enter TAUK, a mind-melting, continually moving, an ever-evolving force of nature that has taken the jam community by storm with their complex time signatures and catchy, melodic grooves.

Our favorite funk jam group Pigeons Playing Ping Pong flew on over to the Boulder Theater this past weekend. October 18th and 19th marked another two night run in Boulder, Colorado.

The Chris Robinson Brotherhood has announced its first tour of 2019. The 19-date run begins in late January with three shows in the Midwest, including two nights at Thalia Hall in Chicago and a one-off at Wooly's in Des Moines. The CRB then heads to the Mountain States for performances across Colorado, Montana, Wyoming and Utah. Stops along the way include Ogden Theatre in Denver, Belly Up in Aspen, Top Hat in Missoula, as well as, two-night stands at Center For The Arts in Crested Butte and Sheridan Opera House in Telluride.

Grammy-winning bluegrass quintet THE INFAMOUS STRINGDUSTERS have announced their first tour dates of 2019, with a West Coast run kicking off January 16 in Los Angeles. The group will wind their way up to the northwest and wrap January 27 in Bellingham, WA. Their friends in Midnight North are opening on select dates.

Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats’ video for their song, “A Little Honey,” is premiering today at Rolling Stone. The video was directed by Rett Rogers and filmed at the Turf Club in St. Paul, MN. Rateliff explains, “‘A Little Honey’ is a song all about love and desire. Everyone needs some honey and sweet loving, and in the video we wanted to embrace that kind of love in couples of all ages. A burning love doesn’t have any kind of borders or age restrictions.”

The fall air has just barely set in, but anyone who's visited Colorado's legendary stage knows there's no place like Red Rocks Amphitheatre in the summertime, and it's never too early to hear about next year's programming. Fans of Twiddle and Pigeons Playing Ping Pong can rejoice with the latest news – on Thursday, May 2nd, 2019 both acts will co-headline a special show at the famed outdoor venue. Kitchen Dwellers will offer support on the bill.

In celebration of his upcoming ninth solo studio album, Down The Road Wherever (out November 16 on British Grove Records via Blue Note), Mark Knopfler is set for a 28-date North American tour kicking off on August 16, 2019 at the Foxwoods Resort Casino in Mashantucket, CT. See below for a complete list of dates; tickets are available for pre-order beginning October 29 at http://tour.markknopfler.com/ for most shows.

We are pleased to release the latest single from the SCI Sound Lab! Check out the Keith Moseley led "Gone Crooked" on your favorite music streaming service!

"Gone Crooked" is a fun little song penned in Nashville with my new pals Rayland Baxter and Nick Bockrath. After listening to a few of the rough mixes from Rayland’s new album “Wide Awake,” I was all in on working with him. That album has become one of my favorite releases of the year. Nick plays guitar on Rayland's record, and I am also a fan of his work with Cage the Elephant.

George Thorogood brought his (Delaware) Destroyers and their “Rock Party” to Florida’s Seminole Coconut Creek Casino last Friday night.

On his birthday, Grateful Dead co-founder Bob Weir along with the so-called Wolf Brothers set the foundation for what’s in store on their inaugural cross-country tour. And while the songs performed in Reno, Nevada’s, Grand Sierra Resort’s Grand Theatre on Oct.

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