Articles by: Nancy Lasher

The Northside Music and Innovation Festival Celebrates Emerging Artists Nixon Mask, Shana Falana, BODEGA & More (FESTIVAL RECAP)

The Northside Music and Innovation Festival kicked off its music schedule on Thursday night. June 7th. It may have seemed like any early Thursday evening in Williamsburg, with residents and outsiders pouring out of the ...

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Summer Kicks Off in New York City With Governor’s Ball (FESTIVAL PREVIEW)

Summer kicks off in New York City at Governor’s Ball – the three day music festival that follows the (usually) rainy Memorial Day weekend. The kids are home from college, private high schools are over, ...

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2018 New Orleans Jazz Fest Weekend One in Photos: Rod Stewart, Bonnie Raitt, Sturgill Simpson & More

Photos by Nancy Lasher from weekend one at the 2018 New Orleans Jazz Fest that took place April 27th thru April 29th.

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Judah and the Lion Rock Out Americana Style Through The Lens of Youth (SHOW REVIEW)

Nashville-based Judah and the Lion headlined Irving Plaza on October 18th, one of the few times they’ve returned to the New York area since scoring an early time slot at Governor’s Ball in June. After ...

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Complete 2017 Newport Folk Festival in Photos

Photos of the very diverse offering of artists from the 2017 Newport Jazz Festival that took place July 28th through July 30th 2017. Photos by Nancy Lasher.

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Clearwater’s Great Hudson River Revival Festival Brings Music and Activism Together in Intimate Friendly Setting (FESTIVAL REVIEW/PHOTOS)

So stop me if you’ve heard this one: How many Westchester hippies does it take to put on a music festival?…. All of them! The 2017 Clearwater Music Festival – The Great Hudson River Revival ...

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Northside Festival Brings Fresh Discovery And Old Favorites To Brooklyn (REVIEW/PHOTOS)

The music at Northside Festival kicked off Thursday June 8th with a pair of Canadian indie-rockers – Land of Talk and Wolf Parade – at the outdoor stage in McCarren Park, and continued into the wee ...

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Governors Ball 2016 Keeps Genres Flowing On Busy Multi Festival June Weekend (FESTIVAL RECAP/PHOTOS)

Friday – Governor’s Ball 2016 kicks off.  Doors at 11:45 am; music starts on two of the four stages at 12:15 pm and then the stages alternate all day with a wide variety of quality ...

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Brian Jonestown Massacre Hits New Orleans For First Time in Ten Years (SHOW REVIEW/PHOTOS)

Sunday night, post JazzFest, a sold out crowd of weary music lovers geared up at One Eyed Jack’s for one more show.  Three, sometimes four guitars, bass, a keyboard with some weird apparatus on it, ...

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The Revivalists Sell Out Bowery Ballroom and Music Hall of Williamsburg (SHOW REVIEWS/PHOTOS)

The Revivalists, in town in support of their new album Men Amongst Mountains, played Wednesday and Thursday night to sold-old audiences.  Playing most of the songs from the new album, though many weren’t new as ...

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