Volume.com Restreaming Umphrey’s McGee’s Drummer’s All-Star Jam Benefitting Mental Health Organization Sharing Stop Suffering

Three set show features: Cory Wong, Bill Evans, Jeff Coffin (Dave Matthews Band), Maggie Rose, Taylor Hicks, Daru Jones, Zoe Nutt, Kevin Scott, and Guthrie Trapp

(Nashville, TN) January 12, 2022 – This Saturday at Volume.com Umphrey’s McGee’s drummer Kris Myers presents a restream of his epic guest-filled concert at Brooklyn Bowl Nashville.

This three-set show is a who’s who of both the jam band and Nashville sideman and sessions scenes. This multi-genre collaboration brought musicians together to create a once-in-a-lifetime convergence.

All the proceeds from the restream will go to Sharing Stops Suffering, a community-based non-profit organization dedicated to addressing the needs of people living with mental illness and raising money to help individuals get the help they need.

“It was an amazing experience… The special thing about this show is everyone came in with their A-game and it was a community-based show that I’m very grateful to have been a part of.” – Kris Myers

The first set featured Sierra Hull, Matt Menefee, and Billy Contrares (Dixie Dregs), bringing acoustic and electric together. Maggie Rose added her sounds of soul, followed by Guthrie Trapp and renowned horn players Jeff Coffin (Dave Matthews Band), Bill Evans, and Emmanuel Echem (Lauren Daigle).

The second set got the crowd dancing starting with Louis Colsong, then getting into some guitar shredding with Chris Siebold. Cory Wong then came in collaboration with the horn players as well as 3 bass changes between Kevin Scott, Chris Clemente (Kayne West), and Jay White (Amos Lee). Finally, Kris Myers played drums with Daru Jones.

The third set wrapped up with Zoë Nutt, Taylor Hicks, Ty Bailie, Kurt Ozan, Peter Janjic, Johnson Jay (Ronnie Wood), Vijay Telisnayak, Marcus White, Elliot Blaufuss, Faydra Lagro, Colin Poulton, and Marshall Carlson. 

Find the full restream here: https://volume.com/krismyers/?show=fAuGaw 

Kris Myers Slay Ride Restream Details

Saturday, January 15, 2022

8 PM EST / 6 PM CST

Stream the whole show and join the chat at volume.com 

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Atlas Jungle Play Album Release Show in CT -8/15

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Atlas Jungle have been making a phenomenal impression on music listeners this Summer, and things are about to heat up even more. The group, who release their debut record From the Dirt today, are playing an exclusive album release show tomorrow night, at Stella Blues in New Haven, CT.

Their electrifying, and rather mystifying sounds and light show will take to the stage for this very special evening. The group bends genres, mixing in driven funk, tribal house, psychedelic rock, trance, and blues that uses instruments to create music and light shows simultaneously. Entire churches, libraries, and custom installations have all been used for their lights shows as seen in their music videos, which will entice your eyes as well as your ears. Information is below, and be sure to check out their latest video for “Goa Nights.” Trust me, you’ll be a fan.

Jungle Atlas Album Release Party
Saturday, August 15
Show: 8pm
Ages: 21+

Location:
Stella Blues
204 Crown St, New Haven, CT 06510

Oklahoma’s Trio Psychotic Reaction Out and About in Brooklyn

At a time when it is challenging to seek out bands hailing from regions outside of the musical mecca of NYC, Oklahoma-based  group Psychotic Reaction bring forward progressive and mind-numbing sounds.  The band crosses the traditional barriers of garage rock and psychedelic tunes and reintroduces subcultural drones of Lou Reed and the Stooges.  While their instruments aggregate a concoction of multi-layered guitar snarls, the group constructs a type of narcotic energy that makes the listeners believe and remember the power of rock and roll.PR3

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Find them on Facebook:

http://www.facebook.com/psychoticreactionband?ref=br_tf

Space Travel with Cosmonauts

Time warps are possible and space travel is real.  That is only if you got to see Saturday night’s performance of a California-based quarter, Cosmonauts. As one of the five openers for the Growlers’ Caravan of Stars tour, sponsored by Burger Records, the band unplugged the audience from their physical plane and inculcated Bowery Ballroom under a tide of distorted drone flood, and psychedelic haze. It is evident to note that with their cosmic-inspired name, and palpitating energy,  the group heavily filters 90s psychedelic drug-rock pioneers, Spacemen 3. The band reconfigures repetition and utilizes sound monotony that bring the listener and the performer onto the same wavelength. Throughout their deliverance of convoluted layers of guitar and noise riffs, Cosmonauts step away from the logical and transcend into a new dimension of space rock.

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Catch these guys before they float away!

10.8 @ TERMINAL WEST, ATLANTA, GA

10.9 @ MERCY LOUNGE, NASHVILLE, TN

10.10 @ Lamar Lounge, Oxford, MS

10.11 @ FITZGERALD’S, HOUSTON, TX

10.12 @ THE PARISH, AUSTIN, TX

10.13 @ The Karova, San Antonio, TX

10.14 @ The Monarch, El Paso, TX

10.15 @ Club Congress, Tucson, AZ

10.16 @ Black Cat Bar, San Diego, CA

Royal Baths Drown Bowery Ballroom

Opening up for a sold out show with eruptive headliners  like the Dum Dum Girls and Crocodiles sets out towering expectations on a Friday night at Bowery Ballroom. One of the opening acts, a recently migrated San Francisco quartet Royal Baths hyped the energy with their multi-layered screeching guitar rips and liquidating phased vocals, building a brooding wave of ear-candy distortion. A brainchild of shoe-gazing  low-pitched drum progressions and scorching melodic ranges, Royal Baths are a change of taste in the New York horizon.

 

Viktorsha Uliyanova