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Go Phish: Hippie Music Is on the Downswing -- and That Sucksnew

Phish is and will continue to be the most vital jam band in the world -- but that title doesn't carry as much water as it used to. They're legends.
Phoenix New Times  |  Martin Cizmar  |  11-10-2009  |  Music

Jam On It: Phish and DMB Fans Sound Off -- About Each Othernew

Never ask Phish fans the following question: "After Phish went on hiatus, how well do you feel that the Dave Matthews Band carried on and preserved Phish's musical traditions and legacy?"
Riverfront Times  |  Annie Zaleski  |  06-12-2009  |  Music

The 30-year-old Radiators Still Crank Out Heatnew

There's something to be said for a group that -- after 30 years -- still boasts all its original members, is still touring tirelessly, and still makes new music.
New Times Broward-Palm Beach  |  Lee Zimmerman  |  07-08-2008  |  Profiles & Interviews

Explosions in the Sky: Four Humble Guys Who Light Up the Nightnew

Drummer Chris Hrasky still can't quite believe the casual jam band he helped start almost a decade ago has morphed into an international indie phenomenon -- and all without lyrics or a singer.
Charleston City Paper  |  Andrea Warner  |  04-09-2008  |  Profiles & Interviews

RatDog: Alive and Gratefulnew

RatDog's formula is much like the Dead's: play a different set list every night, switch it up each time you return to a city, and keep the fans excited and anticipating what you'll pull out.
Charleston City Paper  |  Stratton Lawrence  |  04-09-2008  |  Profiles & Interviews

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