Tuesday, April 12, 2011

All Good Music Festival announce six more incredible acts for this year's festival

We are thrilled to announce six more incredible acts for this year's festival. The new additions bring a variety of flavors to this years event including Soul, Reggae, Bluegrass, Rock, Funk and even a 'Magic Pipe'. Join us on the mountaintop to get a taste of our musical stew!

Warren Haynes' long-anticipated solo album, Man In Motion (Concord Records), is a timeless collection of songs that crackle with modern vitality yet draw on his deepest roots as an artist.

The disc pumps fresh blood into the heart of soul and blues, stoked by Haynes's Herculean prowess as both a powerhouse singer and guitarist — a reputation he's earned as a member of three of the greatest live groups in rock history: The Allman Brothers Band, The Dead and his own Gov't Mule. Warren Haynes Tickets

In a sense, the vocal-driven Man In Motion is an album he's been aching to make since he first dreamed of becoming a musician. "Before I started playing guitar, I wanted to be a singer, right from the age of five or six," the rock 'n' roll legend regales. "And what I wanted to sing was soul music…In fact,,it was hearing B.B. and Freddie that made me realize you could be a great singer and a great guitar player. So I decided to model myself after them. Warren Haynes

Hailing from Washington D.C., reggae band SOJA is on the forefront of a musical revolution, telling the reggae roots story, but from the other side: America. Currently, SOJA averages 150 shows a year and the group has toured every major city in the US and many cities internationally. In their studio albums the band explores the duality in their music, combining beautiful, longing melodies with hard drum and bass, and layered with intricate lyrics. Jacob shares, "When you listen to an artist you can either have a series of one liners, or you can tell a story with your music. We set out to tell a story, it's like poetry - dancing around an entire theme, but never putting a period on anything. It is like the two sides of a coin, but you can see them at the same time."

Greensky Bluegrass
That 1 Guy
These United States
All Mighty Senators

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