John Paul White
June 9, 2017
Words/photos by Josh Mintz
John Paul White’s got one of the more recognizable voices in music; listen to him for about two minutes and it’s easy to pick him out as the male voice from the Civil Wars. Continue reading John Paul White, 6/9/17
Lucero Family Block Party
April 22, 2017
Photos by: Josh Mintz
With threats of severe thunderstorms in the forecast, Lucero held strong to their rain or shine plans for their annual Family Block Party held on Saturday, April 22. While the rain did indeed pound Memphis in the morning, by mid-afternoon when the music started, the precipitation had died down to a not-bad-enough-not-to-go-but-just-enough-to-be-annoying level.
Strand of Oaks
Union Transfer, Philadelphia, PA 031017
March 10, 2017
Photographer: Matthew Golden
All good things come to an end, and the Avetts went out with a bang on the last night of At The Beach.
Jason Isbell opened the show and crushed it, and then the Avetts closed down the event with what was probably the best night of all three of their shows.
Full write-up to follow, but here are a couple of photos.
The Avett Brothers watched the music like the rest of the fans on night three of their At The Beach festival at the Hard Rock Hotel Maya Riviera. They had the night off, as Band of Horses played the role of headliner with Brandi Carlile as opener.
Full write-up to come, but here are a couple of pics from the night.
Night two is in the books for the Avett Brothers At the Beach, and what a night it was!
The Devil Makes Three opened the show and delivered an energetic set of mashed up throwback folk/bluegrass, and then gave way to the Avetts.
The headliners delivered a much more impassioned set than the night before. A full review will come post-fest, but highlights were a cover of “Mama Tried” and “Murder In the City” with Brandi Carlile sitting in.
Atlanta, Georgia Jan 21, 2017
Photographer: Michael Podrid
The Avett Brothers At the Beach festival kicked off last night at the Hard Rock Hotel Riviera Maya with two strong sets of music – the first from opener Lake Street Dive and then a headlining set by the Brothers.
While there will be a subsequent review post-fest, enjoy a couple of pics from night one.
One set: New Ammo, Boogaloo, Down Down Down, Just Got Paid, Sway, Viola Lee Blues, Drop Down Mama, Here Comes Sunshine, Let A Woman Be A Woman, Nobody Wants You, Speedometer, Devil’s Door, This Version, Express Yourself, Po Black Maddie, Funky On My Back, Some Skunk Funk, So Real
Encore: Show Biz Kids