Posted in Live WireSeptember 25, 2013
Crazy to think Summer is already gone. It seems just like yesterday that we were packing for our 1st Summer camping trip to the Gros Ventre. I can still taste the crawfish from this year’s Boil and I am still sore from the dancing at Grand Targhee. I hope you all had as much fun as we did, cause we can’t wait to do it again next year!
We’ve put together some pictures from a few of the shows that happened around the Valley. There was soooo much great music, and just not enough time to include it all. Enjoy and hope it brings a smile to your face.
This stuff couldn’t happen without you, so please continue to support ALL live music in the 307!!
Posted in Live WireSeptember 16, 2013
Welp, I’m hitting the road again! I had a blast last year with Elk Attack and am lucky enough to have the chance to do it again. Tomorrow I am jumping in with Andy Frasco and the Fall Frodown Tour. If you haven’t heard of this guy, please look him up. We’ve had him multiple times at the Town Square Tavern in Jackson and it has always been a blast. “High energy – party blues” is as close as I can come to describing it. Please just check him out.
Posted in Live WireFebruary 18, 2013
Written by Madelaine German*
18 February 2013
California’s Bay Area – based, soul-shaking and funk grooving group The Monophonics will be in Jackson this Tuesday the 19th. This 6-piece ensemble consists of longtime, know-since-high-school friends, and was originally formed as a jazz/funk instrumental college band fusion project in 2005. About three years ago, they ushered vocals and keys into their mix, and they have since quickly rose to prominence among mainstay Bay Area venues, rocking the stage with their self-titled “psychedelic soul and black rock” sound. 2012 marked a lockdown and breakout year for the group, as they played over 150 shows in 7 different countries in promotion of their third (and best) LP, In Your Brain, available via California’s Ubiquity Records. The Monophonics stop by Jackson inside of 3-week long road trip, after which they will take a short break before again touring in early spring through the Midwest and Southeast and then jetting off to Europe for a summer tour run.