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REVIEW & GIVEAWAY | Fare The Well - The Final Chapter of The Grateful Dead's Long Strange Trip

Having not attended my first Grateful Dead show until the calendar flipped to the 90s, I was a little late to the game but went all-in regardless.Most biographies of the band gloss over the entirety of the band's late period and end, as the band did, with the ...

Chicago Blues Festival Proves Why It Remains The King [Photos / Recap]

Words: Robin Zimmerman | Photos: Howard GreenblattFrom living legends and dynamic dynasties to well-known national artists, the 35th Annual Chicago Blues Festival was jam-packed with talented acts.For the second straight year, Millennium Park was Ground Zero for the Windy Citys big blues blowout.While Chicagos spectacular skyline served as an impressive backdrop, music and kinship...

PHOTOS / RECAP | Iceage @ House Of Vans

By: Philamonjaro StudioDanish punk rock band Iceage played a headling set at House of Vans Chicago on Thursday, June 21st while on their current US tour.  The show came on the heels of their fourth release, Beyondless, out on Matador records. The band dropped its first single, "Catch It", in February,...

Friday Album Reviews | Eight New Records You Need To Know

As every Friday brings new music, Tomorrow's Verse brings you our top picks. Here are our favorite albums from June 29.By: Alex WoodJim James - Uniform DistortionThe third record of original material from My Morning Jacket frontman Jim James, Uniform Distortion is a set of skuzzy rock songs that ignores the psychedelic...

PHOTOS: Blues On The Fox 2018

Photos: Howard GreenblattSamantha Fish won over the Blues On the Fox audience when she first played the festival in 2014.Four years later, as her songwriting becomes more diverse and her lyrics matured, her fan base has exploded.Still only 29 years old, shes already won twoBlues Music Awards, most recently as Best Contemporary Female Artist in...

Late Night Roundup | Foo Fighters, Dave Matthews Band, Dawes & More

Watch some of Tomorrows Verses favorite artists hit the late-night, promotional television circuit. Foo Fighters on The Late Late Show with James CordenDave Grohl and the Foo Fighters performed on Cordens show last night, surprisingly busting out their 2005 hit Best Of You. The song rocks as hard as youd imagine, and Grohl also sat down...

Review & Photos | Eels & That 1 Guy @ Thalia Hall

Words: Aaron & Nicole Eikenberry | Photos: Michael Lepek 2018 saw the release of the first Eels record in four years, The Deconstruction. A great deal has transpired in Mark Everetts (aka E) world in the interim: a marriage, his first child, and a divorce.That volatility doesn't always find its way onto the stage, but...

Friday Album Reviews | Seven New Albums You Need To Know

As every Friday brings new music, Tomorrows Verse brings you our top picks for the week. Here are our favorite albums from June 22.By: Alex WoodKamasi Washington Heaven and EarthWith only three releases under his belt, Kamasi Washington is already a living legend. A modern savior for the jazz scene, Washingtons strengths are not simply...

Studio Verse | Folk, Country & Bluegrass

Studio Verse is a Tomorrows Verse feature that collects the best television and radio station recording sessions from our favorite musicians. In todays edition, we explore a collection of folk and bluegrass sessions that have surfaced recently. By: Alex WoodBrandi Carlile KEXPFolk and Americana songwriter Brandi Carlile brought her full touring band to KEXP for...

Late Night Roundup | Smashing Pumpkins, Neko Case, M. Ward & More

Watch as some of Tomorrow's Verse's favorite artists hit the promotional, late-night television circuit. The Smashing Pumpkins on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy FallonReturning with a lineup close to their original, the Smashing Pumpkins are bringing back old songs while also writing new. The band performed Zero from Mellon Collie and the Infinite Sadness...