Nonesuch Records has announced the official release date for 'Another Day, Another Time: Celebrating the Music of 'Inside Llewyn Davis.''
A buzz from day one of this year's Austin City Limits Music Festival lingered in the air at the park Saturday morning (Oct. 4).
The lineup for this season of the long-running PBS performance series 'Austin City Limits' has been revealed and it should be of especial interest to the indie scene.
Remember back in June when legendary Grateful Dead guitarist Bob Weir joined the Avett Brothers onstage at Mountain Jam?
Check out 'Head Full of Doubt/Road Full of Promise' and 'The Race is On' from their Saturday performance.
The Avett Brothers played a great set at Mountain Jam the other night.
Folk-pop met shaggy rock 'n' roll onstage at Mountain Jam today, as the Avett Brothers hosted Bob Weir, the storied singer and guitar player from the Grateful Dead, during their set at the Upstate New York music festival.
Mountain Jam celebrates its 10th anniversary this year, and it's celebrating with its biggest lineup ever, including sets by the Avett Brothers, Antibalas, Gov't Mule and more.
The Avett Brothers have long been unwavering road warriors, spending the better part of their decade-plus career traversing city to city while managing to put out eight full-length records.
When the Avett Brothers sat down with Diffuser.fm at this past weekend's Mountain Jam festival, the rain was falling hard, and the mud was starting to flow. Hence our icebreaker: "Do you feel you're a better rainy- or sunny-day act?" The North Carolina group had never heard that question, and after giving it a thoughtful answer, the fellas went on to discuss past Mountain Jams, their devoted fan base and the family dynamics that allow brothers Scott and Seth Avett to play music together without coming to blows.