Berries & JAM
Sparkleberry Picks: Top 10 Jams from Bisco Inferno ’15
  And so another Inferno run is behind us- thanks be to The Disco Biscuits for brining us together once again to get down to some of the funkiest- and most unpredictable- jams on the scene.  April 15 – 18, 2015 marked the Biscuits fifth return to the historic Red Rocks Amphitheater in Colorado, and, in homage to the continuing legacy of the Grateful Dead, they were joined by Bill Kreutzmann and Mickey Hart (this is the third time Bill and Mickey have played with the band). The Red Rocks show was flanked by three evenings with The Disco Biscuits...
Bisco Inferno ’15 Set Lists, Soundboards Now Available!
Soundboards are now available for download and can be purchased at! April 15, 2015 – The Ogden Theatre I: 711 (Perfume Version)-> Rainbow Song, Neck Romancer, Home Again, The Overture, 42 II: Kamaole Sands-> Above the Waves (inverted)-> After Midnight-> Above the Waves-> Shadow-> Confrontation (inverted)-> Kamaole Sands E: Rockafella    April 16, 2015 – The Ogden Theatre I: Once the Fiddler Paid, Story of the World-> Tricycle-> Lunar Pursuit-> Svenghali II: Mr. Don-> Magellan (unfinished)-> Cyclone-> Munchkin Invasion-> Story of the World E: On Time  April 17, 2015 – Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre I: M.E.M.P.H.I.S.-> Basis for...
Kinnection Campout brings Transformational Fest Culture to Full Fruition on the East Coast
The 4th annual Kinnection Campout kicks off on May 14th, and it’s on a mission “to bring people together for the purposes of enlivening the soul, strengthening our feeling of interconnectedness, and deepening our experience of walking this planet.” Not only is Kinnection Campout being thrown by Tribal Council- a group pioneering the transformational fest culture on the East Coast- but also, the event is taking place just outside of Asheville, NC on the ever so sacred grounds of Deerfields. Home to STS9’s first ever Re:Generation Festival held in 2007 and bookmark event, Trinumeral Festival 9.9.9. For those of you...
Hop on the train, the Railroad Earth train
If you haven’t yet seen or heard of Railroad Earth, don’t delay a minute longer; stop everything you are doing (even reading this) and listen: Railroad Earth’s music is progressive bluegrass; they incorporate an interesting combination of stringed instruments with drums (which is rare for bluegrass), but they periodically weave in other fantastic instruments such as the flute, piano, saxophone and of course the pennywhistle. RRE purposefully defies any categorization, describing themselves loosely as “playing rock on acoustic instruments.” They have had notable success since their debut at Telluride Bluegrass festival in 2001, and still boast an enthusiastic following of...
Festifull of Love: Lightning in a Bottle gives the biggest bang for a fest-goers buck!
Let’s face it. Going to festivals ain’t cheap. Maybe the ticket price is reasonable, but perhaps you have to fly, or drive states away to get there. You might want to bring provisions, or you might have to pay for food at the venue. You may be investing in a couple new heady organic cotton one-pieces or rave hoods to complete your outfit, and let’s not even mention all the amazingly awesome shiny handmade things that are going to be tempting you to pull out your wallet or dig into your neon fanny pack at the festival itself. So if...
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