Bootsy Collins Funks the Halls

Bootsy Collins Photos and Review

At Music City Roots you got what you needed

Featuring Bill Mize, Annabelle’s Curse, Michael Super Granda, Langhorne Slim, and Paul McDonald.

Ludacris at Bonnaroo 2012

Concert photos and review of Ludacris at Bonnaroo 2012.

Thursday, July 30, 2015

Incubus & Deftones At Riverbend Music Center

I haven't seen Incubus in 15 years but they sounded as good as they did back in the day. Both bands played full sets of all of their classics. Brandon Boyd and Chino Moreno still have the energy that it takes to front a band and perform well in front of 40,000 people. Check their tour dates at

Images by Doug Siegel

Tuesday, July 28, 2015

Broadside Sails Through Ringgold, Georgia

Broadside is a five piece band from Richmond, Virginia consisting of Ollie (lead vocals), Dorian (guitar / vocals), Niles (guitar), Josh (bass), and Andrew (drums). They released a new album on May 19th titled Old Bones, which is their first album with Victory Records.

Monday, July 27, 2015

SteelDrivers rock the Ryman!!

July 27, 2015

Story By Butch Worrell of One Heart Photo
Photos By Butch Worrell of One Heart Photo

The SteelDrivers took the stage at the Ryman Auditorium July 23rd as part of the “Bluegrass Nights” series. Hot from the success of their new album “The Muscle Shoals Recordings” on Rounder records which debuted on the Billboard Bluegrass chart at #1 they are not your ordinary Bluegrass band.

Friday, July 24, 2015

Widespread Panic and My Morning Jacket Close Out Nights Two and Three at Forecastle Festival

It was another great year of music in Louisville at the Forecastle Festival. Just starting to sort through thousands of photos from this year's festival and am working backwards, putting Widespread Panic and MMJ as the first bands edited. More to come from Forecastle 2015.

Images by Doug Siegel

Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Neil Young with The Band of Horses Down By The River

Neil Young played an amazing show at Riverbend Music Center with The Band of Horses. The Band of Horses opened the show with all of their hits, then Neil Young took stage. Young's farmer girls started planting pots and throwing corn all over the stage. While this was going on, Neil came out of the dark over to his piano and immediately went into "After the Gold Rush", "Heart of Gold" into "Old Man." He started out with an acoustic set and then started tearing the place to shreds with The Promise of the Real. They played just about every song the crowd wanted to hear. About mid-set he started into a story about the history of the event at Kent State and the song "Ohio" and then played a 17 minute version of the classic masterpiece. The crowd chanted "forgetting Ohio" at the end. He then looked back at the mighty Ohio River and went into a very rocking version of "Down by the River."

Neal made two things abundantly clear, he still has "it" and he really hates Monsanto/GMO's. Most of his new songs are about his protest to Monsanto and GMO's. I was backstage with a friend from the Band of Horses and he said,  "I haven't had too many conversations with Neil that weren't serious and meaningful about something that matters." I had a few minutes of Neil's time and he was very intense and basically was getting his back into his living with his thoughts and actions. He then directed me to all of his petitions of matters of the heart to him, I of course agreed with his causes and signed away. I have two shots going onto NeilYoung(dot)com this week, check out his site and see if he is coming to a venue near you...

Images by Doug Siegel

Monday, July 6, 2015

The Music Never Stopped...Thievery Corporation & Beats Antique At Grateful Dead's 50th Anniversary-Fare Thee Well Extravaganza

Thievery Corporation & Beats Antique played for a full house at the Aragon Theater in downtown Chicago for the Grateful Dead's Fare Thee Well weekend. They played several originals and mixed in about 20 Grateful Dead songs including The Other One, China Cat, Eyes of the World, Scarlet, Fire, etc. There were musician and celebrity sightings at this performance and the crowd was in the groove all night. This weekend was the most fun we have had in a long time and will be ingrained into our souls forever. We got the chance to catch all the Soldier Field Dead shows with Trey Anastasio. More photos to come of this spectacular weekend.

Images by Doug Siegel


Sunday, July 5, 2015

Red, Whitey, and Blues, a 4th of July Tribute to B.B. King

July 5, 2015

Story By Butch Worrell of One Heart Photo
Photos By Butch Worrell of One Heart Photo

3rd and Lindsley hosted an incredible night of music this 4th of July. The Jack Pearson's trio, along with Lee Roy Parnell and Whitey Johnson (AKA Gary Nicholson) headlined a tribute to B.B. King.  

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