Mumford and Sons played the Which Stage at Bonnaroo this year and it was virtually impossible to not stop and listen to the sweet sounds that came from the collaboration of these talented guys as they play their hearts out doesn’t even begin to sum up the monumental performance and fan base of Mumford and Sons. They play for the love of the music and it shows in every live set that they do. I think the next time that they set foot on a Bonnaroo Stage there is no question about What stage they will be playing on.
Nashville Music Guide’s Special Festival Edition is Now Available Online and will hit stands soon! Inside you will find a look into the history of Nashville Music Guide, Wrap Ups of Iroquois Steeplechase , Tin Pan South Songwriters Festival, and The Hangout Beach, Music and Arts Festival; Previews of CMA Music Festival, Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival, Summerfest, and Summer NAMM Show; Exclusives stories with Willie Nelson, Ty Herndon, Ray Scott, The New Respects and so much more including album reviews, industry news as well as numerous spotlights. […]
This eclectic band has given collaboration a new meaning. After forming in late 2008 through Craigslist and through friends, they began practicing different tones with different instruments, to say the least. Doris Flynn plays bass, harmonium, glockenspiel, synthesizer and sings vocals. Judah Dadone is the lead vocalists, playing banjo and bass and acoustic guitar. Judah, Doris, Chuck, Jacob and Kevin have created a new sound […] […]