Friday, June 1
LETTUCE (9:15 PM)
Funk juggernauts Lettuce have been making their fans dance for 20 plus years. After headlining venues like Red Rocks, Capitol Theater and the Fillmore, the band of brothers are poised to get the crowd dancing and thinking at the same time. Their latest album Mt Crushmore is a journey into the depths of psychedelic funky soul.
KELLER WILLIAMS’ PETTYGRASS ft. The Hillbenders (7:30 PM)
Keller Williams has announced a new Tom Petty-inspired project titled Keller Williams’ PettyGrass, which finds him performing select covers in a rollicking bluegrass style alongside eclectic bluegrass quintet The Hillbenders. The project began in 2015, when Williams put together a set of Petty covers for his annual hometown S.P.C.A. benefit, recording the rehearsals as voice memos on his phone. After Tom Petty’s untimely passing earlier this year, Williams and his longtime collaborator Jeff Covert enhanced these recordings and posted them as a tribute to the legend’s legacy and inspiration. In 2018, Keller Williams will bring his PettyGrass project out on the road for the first time. These special performances will serve as a way to pay homage to a musical icon, while bringing a new perspective to his time-honored songs.
LARKIN POE (6:00 PM)
Larkin Poe is a roots rock ‘n roll sister duo comprised of Rebecca Lovell and Megan Lovell – descendants of tortured artist and creative genius, Edgar Allen Poe. At a young age, the girls were classically trained on violin and piano while being exposed to classic rock icons including Fleetwood Mac and Pink Floyd. Rebecca (lead singer) now plays lead guitar and Megan (harmony vocals) contributes on lapsteel.
GRAND (5:00 PM)
Grand is an alternative pop group composed of Cody Stalvey (lead vocals; keys; guitar), Justin Granados (drums; backing vocals), BeaN (bass guitar; backing vocals). Through their incorporation of artwork and thematic-colors, Grand exemplifies a genuine spark for creative expression and transcends all musical boundaries. For Grand, the ‘final product’ is more than just a song and a performance: it’s a spectacle – both on the stage and in the studio. Cultivated out of mutual-dedication and respect for the project, Grand delivers nothing short of a clean, passionate musical & artistic experience.
Saturday, June 2
GOV’T MULE (8:45 PM)
Gov’t Mule has showcased its virtuosity, intelligence and breadth for more than two decades, which have encompassed 15 studio and live albums, millions of album and track sales and thousands of performances. The band has become a human encyclopedia of timeless American music while adding to that canon with their signature sound.
HOUNDMOUTH (7:00 PM)
In the last four years, Houndmouth have learned what it means to be a band. On their second album, Little Neon Limelight, they wear that wisdom like a badge of honor. Less than a half-decade ago in the small Indiana city of New Albany, four pals were crafting tunes on their own, with few ambitions of turning those songs into a spectacle. That all changed when these friends crossed paths, and joined forces. Matt Myers, Shane Cody, Katie Toupin, and Zak Appleby became the drums and keys, guitars and harmonies of Houndmouth, and those personal numbers became the irrepressible core of an outfit turned magnetic.
SUSTO (5:15 PM)
The members of the live band that Osborne and Delaware recruited — Corey Campbell (guitar, keys, backing vocals), Jenna Desmond (bass), and Marshall Hudson (drums, percussion) contributed to SUSTO’s new album & I’m Fine Today, which will be released via Caroline. “We just wanted to go further. We started something with the first record, and we want to keep going in that direction,” Osborne says of the album, which finds them taking the spacey country rock of their debut into the stratosphere, piling on layers of sighing keyboards, galloping rhythms and frayed, noisy guitar solos atop wistful melodies and lyrics that examine growing up and growing into yourself. Much of the album was recorded by Osborne, Delaware and Zimmerman, with the other members contributing as needed.
TWIDDLE (3:45 PM)
Website: http://twiddlemusic.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TwiddleMusicOfficial/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/twiddlemusic/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/Twiddlemusic With 12 years of relentless touring behind them, Vermont-based rock band Twiddle has built an impressive resume spanning Red Rocks to Bonnaroo, and multiple sellouts of historic rock venues including Port Chester, NY’s Capitol Theatre, and Washington D.C.’s 9:30 Club. And with the second half of the band’s third studio album,… Read more »
BUSTY AND THE BASS (2:15 PM)
With their seamless blend of soulful hip hop vocals, rap, signature brass and synths, Busty and the Bass is ushering in a new era of genre-defying sound. After meeting in their first week of the McGill University jazz program, the Montreal-based nine-piece quickly shot up from from packed house party jams to scorching live performances in front of thousands of fans across the US, Canada, Europe and the UK.
WEBSTER (12:45 PM)
Candler Park’s own Webster loves to jam! The 5-piece neighborhood favorite showcases a variety of rock, bluegrass, country, blues, reggae and R&B. Webster constantly explores new musical journeys and is proudly performing at their 10th consecutive festival at Candler Park!