Formula 5 is gearing up to perform a tribute to Widespread Panic and the Grateful Dead at Woodlands Tavern on November 1st! This unique tribute experience will feature a mix of songs from two of the most prominent jam bands in history - a treat you won't want to miss!
Formula 5 is your source for unique jams, infectious energy, and impressive musical prowess. "Their music celebrates all corners of the music landscape and a true strength of Formula 5 is a clean cohesiveness to their jams that never quits." - Jambase / Live Music News
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Risen from the ashes of keg-fueled house parties and sweaty bars of College Park, MD, Box Era has planted itself as a staple in the up-and-coming DMV music scene. Creating a jam-inspired electro-pop and funk blend, Box Era’s music arms you with every tool necessary to go talk to that special someone you’ve been eyeing up. You’ll find yourself dancing the night away, shaking hands with CEOs, and experiencing the juiciest sweet-and-sour jamwich of your life.
With a debut EP behind them, Box Era is gearing up for an explosive rise to power. The band has supported national headliners and headlined renowned venues up and down the east coast. The party is only going to grow. There’s a saxophone, a talkbox, and two pairs of glasses. There’s magic, youth, and the most unique sound you’ve heard since The Bangles. Box Era is the story of five boys wandering the halls of Xanadu, forever in search of sweet cream.
Blue Moon Soup, the acoustic folk quartet from Yellow Springs, Ohio, entrances audiences with an eclectic mix of jam band staples, folk and bluegrass traditional standards, and originals tunes that fuse folk and psychedelia to establish a unique identity in an increasingly homogenized musical landscape. As evidenced by the presence of a fiddle, mandolin, guitar, and upright bass, Blue Moon Soup’s bluegrass and celtic folk roots run deep. On stage, trailside or fireside, Blue Moon Soup’s music brings a sincerity and spirit to the stage that sweeps wallflowers onto the dance floor, and an enthusiasm that engages the audience into the wee hours. After a Blue Moon Soup show, we hope your feet are tired and your ears yearn for more.
From dive bars to concert halls, Blue Moon Soup quickly attracted a fervent core group of fans throughout the broader Dayton area, and went on to augment its burgeoning following by appearing at a variety of regional musical festivals in Ohio and toured throughout the region, making inroads into Colorado, Kansas, Michigan, Kentucky, Pennsylvania, and Indiana.
In September 2013, Blue Moon Soup release their self titled sophomore album to broad critical acclaim. A follow up to Lonely Mountain, Blue Moon Soup’s first LP released in 2011, 2013's Blue Moon Soup saw the band named Dayton Music Connection's Band of the Year, among other accolades. Although the band’s current primary focus is to broaden its reach in Ohio metro areas, they are crafting a third LP for a fourth quarter 2014 release, and continuing to reach out to new fans; young and old, near and far.
Never content with complacency, and always up for a challenge, Johnny again takes an
adventurous musical left turn to present his distinct, instrumental guitar approach for the
very first time in a completely “solo” intimate atmosphere.
With strong emphasis on melody and arrangements from the British songbook of the
60s, he will be bringing his fluid guitar style to select venues all across the United States for 2018.
The evening promises to be a very special "living room experience" with some of
Johnny's favorite songs and stories all of which have molded him into the musician and person he is today.
It's no wonder that Gibson and Epiphone guitars have honored him with not one but
three signature model guitars designed to his specifications.
Don't miss this rare and unique opportunity to see Grammy Nominated, Boston Music
Hall of Fame Inductee and one of America's finest instrumental guitarists, Johnny A., up close and personal.
An easily confused and very shy individual, Charlie Parr has been traveling around singing his songs ever since leaving Austin Minnesota in the 1980's in search of Spider John Koerner, whom he found about 100 miles north at the Viking Bar one Sunday night. The experience changed his life, made him more or less unemployable, and brings us to now: 13 recordings, 250 shows a year or more, 200,000 miles on a well broke in Kia, and a nasty fear of heights. Resonator fueled folk songs from Duluth Minnesota.
Ghost of Paul Revere:
"The Maine-grown, foot-stompin’ holler-folk quartet create the type of music for which festivals are made." - Boston Globe
"Robustly played, masterful amalgamation of bluegrass, folk, and gospel for the Millennial Generation... The Ghost of Paul Revere prove that superior roots music can come from anywhere." - No Depression