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GALLERY: Annie in the Water Plays Standout Set in Killington, VT

(Photos: Frankie Cavone) Over the weekend, Annie in the Water performed a day set at Killington Resort’s Nor’Beaster in Killington VT. The event sponsored by Bud Light featured Passafire as the annual event headliner. The day festival featured spring skiing, food and beverages, live music and even on-snow demos. Annie in the Water has really grown into their sound with

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Recap: Hayley Jane and the Primates at The Cutting Room

(Writer: Valentin Villaluz) On Saturday April 6th at The Cutting Room in New York City, Hayley Jane and the Primates performed their last Manhattan show before going on hiatus. The show was opened by Colorado quartet “Amoramora”. They delivered a rocking, high energy set, packed with fun musical teases that excited the packed crowd. It’s hard to believe they’ve only

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moePods Bring the Mutants and the .rons Together For An Unforgettable Night at Cohoes Music Hall

(Writer: Emily VanderWiel) Something special happened Saturday night in the wintry town of Cohoes, NY.  Members of two of New York’s most loved bands teamed up to bring their fans an evening of nostalgia and stellar musicianship.  MoePods is the result of a chance conversation between former Ominous Seapods’ bassist Tom Pirozzi and current guitar player of moe., Al Schnier.  Seapods members Tom

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Silverstein Stops By Capital Region on 15th Anniversary Tour.

Post-hardcore veterans Silverstein graced Clifton Park at the much-loved Upstate Concert Hall (formerly Northern Lights) on Wednesday night with Hawthorne Heights, As Cities Burn, and Capstan. It was the fifth stop on their three-month long North American tour celebrating the 15th anniversary of their first full-length album When Broken Is Easily Fixed. Joined by up-and-coming acts As Cities Burn and

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Umphrey’s McGee Stops By the Capitol Theatre For A Sunday Show

Umphrey’s McGee stopped at the historic Capitol Theatre on October 14th as part of their 2018 fall tour. UM’s first set included some bust outs like The Pequod and Come Together, where they invited Tierjinii Jackson and Ori Naftaly of Southern Avenue to join them on stage.  The entire show was live broadcasted for free through UM’s YouTube channel, allowing

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