Beech Mountain Resort announces summer concert series featuring Umphrey's McGee, Tedeschi Trucks and Greensky Bluegrass.
The sun is shining, we are vaccinated, and festival lineups are dropping all around us. Today is extra special because we got the opportunity to chat with Peter Eichar – the festival director for Same Same But Different at beautiful Lake Perris, outside LA in Perris, California. For those who may not be familiar with... Continue Reading →
With the return of life music, laid-off music employees' lives all of a sudden have a huge hole, and it feels almost impossible to fill.
Living The Fest Life's Exclusive Premiere of Strollin. The newest single from break out Virginia jam band, Kendall Street Company.
IT'S BACK! Just kidding. Unless you count drive-in concerts as "back", which, I personally classify those as: "I paid $150 to cry in my car and I can't get out because I'm blocked in by 50 other people crying in their cars." Mental breakdowns are normal now, right? Sick. Anyway, let's talk live music. Our... Continue Reading →
In this time of great uncertainty, new music is becoming more and more difficult to come by. Thankfully, LTFL had the great pleasure of connecting (from a responsible distance, of course) with an incredible group that goes by the name Kendall Street Company. I had never listened to KSC before catching wind of their newly... Continue Reading →
On the eve of Thanksgiving, Living The Fest Life had the opportunity to get our first taste of live music in months. I drove to down to Virginia Beach for Kendall Street Company’s fifth annual version of their Thanksgiving extravaganza – The Turkey Jam. This year, the band added a second performance, hitting the stage... Continue Reading →
Let's face it - being stuck inside for most of the summer without live music has been rough. Some of the monotony has been broken up by well-organized and awesome digital festivals. While we would give just about anything to be back out in the sun with a camera in one hand and a drink... Continue Reading →
With COVID-19 remaining an ongoing problem, we are continuing to miss what would have been a late fall season full of festivals. While it appears we are not nearing a major change on that front, we are beginning to see a re-emergence of live music through creatively organized events. For now, we plan to keep... Continue Reading →
We have been quiet for a little longer than we planned. Ever since LTFL returned from Arizona festivaling – the COVID-19 news has been a little overwhelming. I am sure many of you likely feel the same. Anyway, after two fantastic festival weekends in Arizona – we returned to a world scarred by fear and... Continue Reading →