The Felice Brothers

Video: The Felice Brothers – Ponzi

In conjunction with the May 10th release of Celebration, Florida, The Felice Brothers released an elaborate video for the lead single, Ponzi. The Ian Cinco-directed video portrays a woman tangled

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Coachella 2011: The Lineup

The lineup for this year’s Coachella dropped early this morning and it’s no joke. Goldenvoice put together a well-rounded bill that starts with headliners Arcade Fire, Kings of Leon, The Strokes and Kanye West and includes HT faves The Felice Brothers, Tame Impala and Trampled By Turtles.

Here’s a look at the lineup in poster form…


Coachella 2011 takes place at Empire Polo Club in Indio, CA on April 15 – 17. Tickets go on sale this Friday at 10 AM PST.

READ ON for an A to Z (or ! to Z) rundown of the bill…

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Video: Conor Felice – Four Winds

A few weeks back, Conor Oberst & The Felice Brothers teamed up for a California micro-tour leading up to their appearances at the Hardly Strictly Bluegrass festival in San Francisco.

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FMT: Roots, Rock, Reggae…Repeat

Its amazing the kind of ideas that pop into your head for themes for Friday Mix Tape when you’re walking around with your iPod on shuffle. This week’s edition has

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Recap: Newport Folk Festival

With a seemingly rotating door on music festivals over the last handful of years it’s assuring to know that you can continually count on the Newport Folk Festival to be there year in and year out, offering up a high quality and diverse lineup in one of the most serene settings imaginable. Returning once again to the historic Fort Adams State Park, the fest delivered an amazing swath of artists from folk to funk and everything in between.


Much like how there are those musicians that are referred to as a “singer-songwriter’s singer-songwriter,” well now after having attended Newport Folk the label of a “music fan’s music fest” might be the best way to describe it. With three stages and 30-plus acts to choose from, it seemed relatively easy to plant yourself in front of one stage for the day – like many did – and take in all the action. For the ambitious music lovers though, the close proximity of the Fort, Harbor and Quad stages made it a breeze to catch an impressive amount of music over the two-day span.

Saturday kicked off with one of the fest’s biggest success stories – The Low Anthem – who just three years prior were picking up trash as on-site volunteers and now found themselves with a main stage slot. The Providence-based band showcased their gorgeous folk music, which features an odd menagerie of instruments – crotales, harmonium and clarinet – along with the obvious guitar, bass and drums. Taking in just a handful of songs, which was highlighted by a sublime take on Apothecary, and their interpretation of Rev. Gary Davis’ Sally Where’d You Get The Liquor From?, I had to pulled myself away from really the one lone conflict of the weekend to see a full set from A.A. Bondy.

READ ON for more of Jeff’s recap of Newport Folk…

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Tour Dates: Felice Brothers Fall Dates

We’ve been ardent supporters of the Felice Brothers around these parts for quite some time now, having been smitten with their brand of story heavy Americana. The ragtag band from

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Video: The Felice Brothers – Radio Song

Just weeks removed from open heart surgery as a result of Aortic Stenosis, Simone Felice made his miraculous return to the stage this past weekend joining his former band mates

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Announcing: Newport Folk Fest Lineup

Earlier this week, news leaked that Levon Helm would take his Ramble on the road to appear at the 51st installment of the legendary Newport Folk Festival. Well, today festival

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Friday Mix Tape: We’re Coming To Americana

Looks like lala – thanks to Ryan’s help – has potentially saved Friday Mix Tape from the HT Column Graveyard. Being the resident roots/Americana enthusiast around these parts, I’m offering

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