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Rising Appalachia, the quartet folk band from New Orleans, is headed west on the second installment of their “Wider Circles Rail Tour,” to promote their latest album, Wider Circles. Among their stops, they will be performing Friday, September 18, 2015 at the Top Hat Lounge in Missoula, Montana.
In a phone interview from their tour van, Leah Song, co-front woman of the group, spoke of their newest album, what to expect of their show and the activist efforts on the road they call the “Slow Music Movement.” Her voice was soft and comforting and it held a joyous passion for everything she said.
Dinosaurs roamed the mountains of Colorado, June 18-21, 2015, for the 10Th anniversary of Sonic Bloom: The Unified Field. Over 6,000 people came out to the four day festival on Hummingbird Ranch in Spanish Peaks county. It was one of the most beautiful experiences to be had this summer.
“The healing power of love” was The Nth Power's slogan for their Saturday, June 27, 2015 co-billed show with Orgone at the Top Hat Lounge in Missoula, Montana. In their third to last show of a ten stop tour, the combination of East and West Coast funk played to a crowd of over 400 and was a night of great soulful music.
Photo gallery of Sonic Bloom: The Unified Field, 2015. The 10 year family reunion over the summer solstice weekend on the Hummingbird Ranch in the Spanish Peaks county of Colorado.
Photos by Brian Rapaport