Wilco, Cat Power, John Prine & Gogol Bordello Headlining 2013 Nelsonville Music Festival

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Lee Fields & The Expressions, Joe Pug, Bindlestick Family Circus, Los Hacheros, Flying Clouds Of South Carolina, You Black Kettle, Hex Net, Rattletrap Stringband, Leah Nairn join the lineup for the 2013 Nelsonville Music Festival!!!

Stuart’s Opera House presents the 9th Annual Nelsonville Music Festival, May 30-June 22013at Robbins Crossing on the campus of Hocking College in Nelsonville, Ohio. Nelsonville Music Festival is headlined by Wilco, Cat Power, John Prine, Gogol Bordello, Mavis Staples, Sharon Van Etten, Calexico, Jonathan Richman, Screaming Females, David Wax Museum, Wooden Indian Burial Ground and many more all weekend long.

The Nelsonville Music Festival continues to be one of the best in the region and one of the most unique music festivals in the country. Past performers have included The Flaming Lips, Willie Nelson, Loretta Lynn, The Avett Brothers, Iron & Wine, Andrew Bird, Neko Case, Yo La Tengo, George Jones, M.Ward, and many more.

Described by Andrew Bird (who performed in 2012) as being “It’s the perfect size festival. Any bigger and you’d lose something.”, the Nelsonville Music Festival continues to be one of the best in the region and one of the most unique music festivals in the country. Set in the beautiful, rolling hills of Southeast Ohio, this small and intimate festival continues to gain fans who want a music festival with a more personal experience.

Catch live music on multiple stages including a small “no-fi” cabin and a picturesque porch stage in addition to our main stage. We take pride in offering a warm, accepting environment where local artisans can sell and be recognized for their work, where local, regional and national musicians instill their awe-inspiring talents and festival goers can relax and enjoy the fruits of our regional flavor. The Nelsonville Music Festival offers multiple stages of music all weekend long along with camping on site, kids activities, local art vendors, food, and a beer garden. The Nelsonville Music Festival is a production ofStuart’s Opera House, a historic, non-profit theater located in Nelsonville that features over 75 events a year including live music, theater, films, educational programming and more. You can find out more about Stuart’s by visiting stuartsoperahouse.org.

Nelsonville Music Festival 2013 Lineup:

 

Wilco, Cat Power, John Prine, Gogol Bordello, Mavis Staples, Sharon Van Etten, Calexico, Jonathan Richman, Tift Merrit, The Coup, Reigning Sound, Wild Belle, He’s My Brother She’s My Sister, Screaming Females, David Wax Museum, Brown Bird, Field Report, Shilpa Ray, Endless Boogie, Anais Mitchell & Jefferson Hamer, The Honeycutters, Michael Hurley, Lucius, Cotton Jones, William Tyler, Catherine MacLellan, Wooden Indian Burial Ground, Old Light, Wussy, The Sundresses, Nick Tolford & Company, Wheels On Fire, The D-Rays, County Pharoahs, J.D Hutchison, Jerry David Decicca, Olentaggy John, Todd Burge, Unmonumental, J.J Reed, Weedghost, Lee Fields & The Expressions, Joe Pug, Bindlestick Family Circus, Los Hacheros, Flying Clouds Of South Carolina, You Black Kettle, Hex Net, Rattletrap Stringband, Leah Nairn & Many More…

 

Links:

Nelsonville Music Festival Website
Nelsonville Music Festival Facebook
Stuart’s Opera House Website

 

Wooden Indian Burial Ground Announce National Tour

Watch The ‘Helicopter’ Video Here!!!

 

One Of The Year’s Best Band In Willamette Week!!!

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Hailing from Portland, Oregon, the band became one of the must see acts at last year’s CMJ. Happy to take influence from grey skies, early sci-fi novels, fuzz pedals and homemade drone boxesWIBGformed as a duo in Portland, Oregon in 2008. Soon after, they took sail in a rickety ship called “The Blue Whale”, making a glorious racket across the United States and releasing an 11 track album of drunken-funeral-folk tunes in 2009 entitled My Bones They Are Naked. Since the band has grown in numbers and signed with Mon Amie Records of Brooklyn, NY in 2011. A two song, 16 minute/45 rpm/10” entitled “Sunbeams and the Cosmic Ascent to Nowheresville” is now available, and their self titled LP was  released last year.

Praise For WIBG:

“Wooden Indian Burial Ground surge through blues-riffing garage psychedlia, with vicious guitar tones and a handmade analog synthesizer…the point of the songs is the way they ride the rudimentary riffs toward euphoric dementia.” – NEW YORK TIMES (Jon Pareles)

“Wooden Indian Burial Ground are the rare breed of psychedelic garage music that rises above the mediocrity of most bands making this sort of music these days.”  – NPR ALL SONGS CONSIDERED

“Wooden Indian Burial Ground invigorates the spirit of time-tested Americana with compositions that’ll both raise your neck hairs and help the whiskey go down. WIBG’s self released debut sound like ghosts jamming through thin walls, mastering the marimba, bass, and banjo they picked up in some other dimension.” – SL WEEKLY

Tour Dates:

May 7th – Portland, OR – The Know
May 8th – Seattle, WA – Sunset Tavern
May 9th – Sandpoint, ID – Downtown Crossing
May 10th – Missoula, MT – Ole Beck VFW
May 11th – Bozeman, MT – Filling Station
May 12th – Minneapolis, MN – 7th Street Entry
May 14th – Milwaukee, WI – Quarters Rock & Roll Palace
May 15th – Chicago, IL – Quencher’s Saloon
May 16th – Champaign, IL – Thee Death Tower
May 17th – Columbus, OH – Rumba Café
May 18th – Washington, DC – The Sunshine District
May 19th – Harrisburg, PA – Stage On Herr
May 20th – Baltimore, MD – Club K
May 21st – Doylestown, PA – Siren Records
May 22nd – Philadelphia, PA – Kung Fu Necktie (downstairs)
May 24th – Brooklyn, NY – The Grand Victory
May 25th – Burlington, VT – Monkey House
May 26th – Portland, ME – Gino’s
May 29th – Cleveland, OH – Happy Dog
May 30th – Akron, OH – Annabelle’s
May 31st/ June 2nd – Nelsonville, OH – Nelsonville Music Fest
June 3rd – Newport, KY – Southgate House
June 4th – Chattanooga, TN – JJ’s Bohemia
June 5th – Knoxville, TN – Pilot Light
June 6th – Memphis, TN – Bar DKDC
June 7th – Little Rock, AR – Vino’s Brewpub
June 8th – Fayetteville, AK – Nightbird Books
June 9th – Tulsa, OK – Soundpony
June 10th – Nashville, TN – The Stone Fox
June 11th – Birmingham, AL – Bottle Tree
June 12th – Mobile, AL – Music Box
June 15th – Shreveport, LA – Fatty Arbuckles
June 18th – Marfa, TX – El Cosmico or Lost Horse Saloon
June 19th – El Paso, TX – Calavero Cafe
June 20th – Las Cruces, NM – The Trainyard
June 21st – Santa Fe, NM – High Mayhem
June 22nd – Durango, CO – Olde Schoolhouse Café
June 25th – Boise, ID – Neurolux
June 29th – Portland, OR – Star Theater

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Links:

Wooden Indian Burial Ground Website
Mon Amie Website
Wooden Indian Burial Ground facebook
Mon Amie facebook

Wilco, Cat Power, John Prine & Gogol Bordello Headlining 2013 Nelsonville Music Festival

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May 30-June 2 In Nelsonville, Ohio

Nelsonville Music Festival 2013 Lineup:

 

Wilco, Cat Power, John Prine, Gogol Bordello, Mavis Staples, Sharon Van Etten, Calexico, Jonathan Richman, Tift Merrit, The Coup, Reigning Sound, Wild Belle, He’s My Brother She’s My Sister, Screaming Females, David Wax Museum, Brown Bird, Field Report, Shilpa Ray, Endless Boogie, Anais Mitchell & Jefferson Hamer, The Honeycutters, Michael Hurley, Lucius, Cotton Jones, William Tyler, Catherine MacLellan, Wooden Indian Burial Ground, Old Light, Wussy, The Sundresses, Nick Tolford & Company, Wheels On Fire, The D-Rays, County Pharoahs, J.D Hutchison, Jerry David Decicca, Olentaggy John, Todd Burge, Unmonumental, J.J Reed, Weedghost & Many More…

 

Links:

Nelsonville Music Festival Website
Nelsonville Music Festival Facebook
Stuart’s Opera House Website

“I came away from Nelsonville thinking: ‘I want to do more festivals like these where I can really do what I want and not feel like I’ve got to give the stadium-career-making-by-the-numbers show’. It’s the perfect size festival. Any bigger and you’d lose something.” –Andrew Bird

Stuart’s Opera House presents the 9th Annual Nelsonville Music Festival, May 30-June 22013at Robbins Crossing on the campus of Hocking College in Nelsonville, Ohio. Nelsonville Music Festival is headlined by Wilco, Cat Power, John Prine, Gogol Bordello, Mavis Staples, Sharon Van Etten, Calexico, Jonathan Richman, Screaming Females, David Wax Museum, Wooden Indian Burial Ground and many more all weekend long.

The Nelsonville Music Festival continues to be one of the best in the region and one of the most unique music festivals in the country. Past performers have included The Flaming Lips, Willie Nelson, Loretta Lynn, The Avett Brothers, Iron & Wine, Andrew Bird, Neko Case, Yo La Tengo, George Jones, M.Ward, and many more.

Set in the beautiful, rolling hills of Southeast Ohio, this small and intimate festival continues to gain fans who want a music festival with a more personal experience. Catch live music on multiple stages including a small “no-fi” cabin and a picturesque “porch” stage in addition to our main stage. We take pride in offering a warm, accepting environment where local artisans can sell.

Weekend passes for all four days are on sale now$110, the price will raise from there until the gate price the weekend of the festival of $130 for a weekend pass. Single day tickets are now available too! VIP Weekend passes are also available along with camping and RV passes. Tickets and more information can be found nelsonvillefest.org

Wooden Indian Burial Ground Announce Tour

Wooden Indian Burial Ground are heading out on the road come March. The band have created a Tumblr site as an alternative to kickstarter in an effort to raise funds for a new touring van. They will send handmade woodcut prints in exchange for donations of $50 or more.

Hailing from Portland, Oregon, the band became one of the must see acts at last year’s CMJ. Happy to take influence from grey skies, early sci-fi novels, fuzz pedals and homemade drone boxes, WIBG formed as a duo in Portland, Oregon in 2008. Soon after, they took sail in a rickety ship called “The Blue Whale”, making a glorious racket across the United States and releasing an 11 track album of drunken-funeral-folk tunes in 2009 entitled My Bones They Are Naked. Since the band has grown in numbers and signed with Mon Amie Records of Brooklyn, NY in 2011. A two song, 16 minute/45 rpm/10” entitled “Sunbeams and the Cosmic Ascent to Nowheresville” is now available, and a their self titled LP was released last year.

Tour Dates:

Feb 26th to Mar 3rd – Columbia, MO – True False Film Festival
Mar 7th – San Francisco, CA – Casa Sanchez
Mar 8th – San Jose, CA – Ginger Bread House
Mar 9th – Los Angeles, CA – (Secret Show)
Mar 10th – Salvation Mountain
Mar 11th – Tucson, AZ – The District
Mar 13th – Los Cruces, NM – The Trainyard
Mar 14th – Marfa, TX – El Cosmico
Mar 15th/17th – SXSW
Mar 18th – Santa Fe, NM – The Underground
Mar 19th – Durango, CO – The School House
Mar 20th – Grand Junction, CO – Casa Coyote
Mar 21st – Salt Lake City, UT – Fat’s
Mar 22nd/24th – Boise, ID – Treefort Music Festival
Mar 25th – Seattle, WA – Chop Suey
Mar 31st – Portland, OR – Rontoms

Links:

Wooden Indian Burial Ground Website
Mon Amie Website
Wooden Indian Burial Ground facebook
Mon Amie facebook

 

Wooden Indian Burial Ground’s New Album Out October 30

STREAM THE ALBUM HERE!

Hailing from Portland, Oregon, the band became one of the must see acts at this year’s CMJ. Happy to take influence from grey skies, early sci-fi novels, fuzz pedals and homemade drone boxes, WIBG formed as a duo in Portland, Oregon in 2008. Soon after, they took sail in a rickety ship called “The Blue Whale”, making a glorious racket across the United States and releasing an 11 track album of drunken-funeral-folk tunes in 2009 entitled My Bones They Are Naked. Since the band has grown in numbers and signed with Mon Amie Records of Brooklyn, NY in 2011. A two song, 16 minute/45 rpm/10” entitled “Sunbeams and the Cosmic Ascent to Nowheresville” is now available, and a self titled LP will be released on cassette on October 4, 2012, and on vinyl on October 30, 2012.

DOWNLOAD THE FIRST SINGLE, “SPARKLERELLA” HERE!!

Tell All Your Friends CMJ Showcase

Wednesday 10/17 @ Pianos, 12-7 pm
CMJ 2012.
PIANOS NYC.
2 floors of FREE FUN.

SET TIMES:

DOWNSTAIRS

1pm – Zulu Pearls
2pm – Bowery Riots
3pm – Jon DeRosa
4pm – Solid Gold
5pm – Team Spirit
6pm – BRAIDS

UPSTAIRS

12:30pm – Correatown
1:30pm – Blackbird Blackbird
2:30pm – Maus Haus
3:30pm – Filligar
4:30pm – Triple Hex
5:30pm – Wooden Indian Burial Ground

Wooden Indian Burial Ground Release New Album

DOWNLOAD THE FIRST SINGLE, “SPARKLERELLA” HERE!!

Wooden Indian Burial Ground hails from Portland, Oregon. Happy to take influence from grey skies, early sci-fi novels, fuzz pedals and homemade drone boxes, WIBG formed as a duo in Portland, Oregon in 2008. Soon after, they took sail in a rickety ship called “The Blue Whale”, making a glorious racket across the United States and releasing an 11 track album of drunken-funeral-folk tunes in 2009 entitled My Bones They Are Naked. Since the band has grown in numbers and signed with Mon Amie Records of Brooklyn, NY in 2011. A two song, 16 minute/45 rpm/10” entitled “Sunbeams and the Cosmic Ascent to Nowheresville” is now available, and a self titled LP will be released on cassette on October 4, 2012, and on vinyl on October 30, 2012. See below for tour dates!

WIBG TOUR DATES:

October 3 – Seattle, WA – Black Lodge
October 4 – Portland, OR – Barlow Tavern
October 5 – Boise, ID – The Crux
October 6 – Salt Lake City, UT – Burt’s Tiki Lounge
October 8 – Fort Collins, CO – The GNU Gallery
October 9 – Omaha, NE – O’Levear’s Pub
October 10 – Urbana, IL – The Death Tower
October 11 – Akron, OH – The Matinee
October 12 – Athens, OH – Smiling Skull
October 15 – Washington, DC – House Show
October 17 – New York, NY – Piano’s
October 18 – Philadelphia, PA – Phonographic Arts
October 20 – New York, NY – Local 269
October 21 – Philadelphia, PA – Silk City
October 22 – Richmond, VA – TBD
October 24 – Nashville, TN – Springwater Supper Club
October 25 – Little Rock, AK – White Water Tavern
October 26 – Columbia, MO Geodesic Dome (Costume Party)
October 27 – Des Moines, IA – The Gas Lamp

“Wooden Indian Burial Ground is playing with dirt under its fingernails and tear-stained cheeks. Its clattering, stomping brand of folk-blues, as evidenced on its debut homespun CD, My Bones They Are Naked, aches under the weight of the hard days that follow a few too many wild nights. It’s boozy, woozy music at its finest, so don’t be surprised or ashamed if you feel the urge to tip a few drinks back as you listen to it.” – WILLAMETTE WEEK

“Wooden Indian Burial Ground invigorates the spirit of time-tested Americana with compositions that’ll both raise your neck hairs and help the whiskey go down. WIBG’s self released debut sound like ghosts jamming through thin walls, mastering the marimba, bass, and banjo they picked up in some other dimension.” – SL WEEKLY