The Outside Lands festivities continued on Saturday. Based on the enormous crowd that gathered for Dr. Dog’s late afternoon’s set at the smaller Sutro Stage — the audience stretched pretty
The summer wasn’t technically dead yet, but as front man Matthew Vasquez from Delta Spirit put it, “It’s sweater weather people! Summer is over!” The cool temperatures on this night didn’t stop the hot playing and warm emotions found on the Central Park stage as two incredibly talented bands threw down an enjoyable show.
After taking a year off and joining forces with Bonnaroo producers AC Entertainment, the Forecastle Festival returned to Louisville’s Waterfront Park for its 10th anniversary. Initially a gathering of local
Dr. Dog stopped at Higher Ground on the eve of spring in support of their self-produced Be The Void, reaffirming the notion it’s as enlightening to follow this band’s progression by catching their live shows as obtaining their studio albums. In their second appearance filling the larger room at Higher Ground, the Philly eccentrics suggest their most recent recorded work project, is leading them in improvisational directions quite unlike their show here a year ago.
Three HT faves will play a shed in Camden on July 21 as part of WXPN’s annual music festival.