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When Boogie Meets Boogaloo | Karl Denson Eats A Bunch Of Peaches In Chicago

By: @312mrg | Photos/Video: John 'Nunu' ZomotAll of music is a whirling blender which incorporates elements of performers that swirl around each creator orbit.  Labels are always difficult, often times meaningless, but occasionally offer a window into how to process invdidual pieces of art.Paraphrasing from good ole wikipedia, Boogie is a term...

PHOTOS | LCD Soundsystem @ The Aragon 11/7/17

James Murhpy and crew returned to Chicago for the first time since a Lollapalooza appearance last year.While that visit saw the club and the festival field, the 2017 edition split the difference with three shows at the mid-sized Aragon Ballroom.  The crowds showed up, too, as the venue was tightly packed with eager fans....

Late Night Roundup | Dead & Company, The Dap-Kings, Dan Auerbach & More

Watch some of Tomorrows Verses favorite artists hit the promotional late-night television circuit. 1. Dead & Company on The Late Show with Stephen ColbertDead & Company stopped by Colberts show on their single day off from touring, following their MSG performance, to be featured twice throughout the week. The band began with a mellow, dramatic Jack...

Phil Takes Chicago | 10 Bullets, 30 Photos, 5 Videos & 2 Streams

Photos: John 'Nunu' ZomotAt age 77, there's little that Phil Lesh needs to prove.  And that's the genius of the Grateful Dead bassist, he doesn't fall comfortably into any narrative.  His very appeal lies in his ability to march to his own beat (bass lines?). So rather than try to recount the entirety...

Friday Album Reviews | Seven New Records You Need To Know

As every Friday brings new music, Tomorrow's Verse brings you our top picks from the week. Here are our favorite records from 11/17.Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings Soul Of A Woman [11/17]Soul Of A Woman is the final album from the late Sharon Jones, put together posthumously by The Dap-Kings. Like the rest of her...

Friday Album Reviews | Six New Records You Need To Know

By: Alex WoodAs every Friday brings new music, Tomorrow's Verse brings you our top picks for the week. Here are our favorite records from 11/10.Mickey Hart RAMUGrateful Dead drummer Mickey Hart returns to solo work with RAMU, a mesmerizing 12-song set that seeks new sonic territories using his distinctive percussion as a backbone. Guests include...

Late Night Roundup | Courtney Barnett & Kurt Vile, Mavis Staples & More

Watch some of Tomorrow's Verse's favorite artists hit the promotional late-night television circuit. 1. Courtney Barnett & Kurt Vile on The Late Show with Stephen ColbertHaving recently released the collaborative album Lotta Sea Lice, songwriters Courtney Barnett and Kurt Vile stopped by Colberts show to perform a couple songs. They played Over Everything with their...

A Little Peek Inside The Grateful Dead Musical: Red Roses, Green Gold

When word first got out earlier this year regarding the New York staging of a "jukebox musical" featuring the songs of Jerry Garcia and Robert Hunter, you would have thought a hit Broadway production was on its way to smashing box office records.  Breathless reports announcing the production's intentions seemed to be everywhere.So...

Breaking Good | Eli Winderman On Dopapod's Huge Fall Tour

By: Ryan MannixIts fall tour time again and, for a certain segment of the jam scene, things are starting to feel a bit familiar; relentless driving, late nights, packing mid-sized clubs -- some are even expanding to bigger theaters in new parts of the country. These new bands (yeah, some have been...

EXCLUSIVE PREMIERE | Carey Frank's Something To Remember Him By

Carey Frank burst into our consciousness in 2017 and is doing his best to take advantage of his time in the spotlight.Frank got the call to join Tedeschi Trucks Band earlier this year to fill in for their ailing keyboardist Kofi Burbridge.  His addition was evidence as to just how deep the TTB...