Leading up to the exciting May 2nd, 2019 co-headlining Twiddle and Pigeons Playing Ping Pong date at Red Rocks Amphitheatre, both bands will partake in a five-date co-headlining series titled "Road To Red Rocks."
The five-date tour will begin on April 24th in Columbia, MO at The Blue Note, heading next to Urbana, IL for a show at The Canopy Club, followed by plays at Turner Hall Ballroom in Milwaukee, WI, Varsity Theater in Minneapolis, MN, with a final performance at Slowdown in Omaha, NE on April 28th before the big day at Red Rocks in Morrison, CO on May 2nd.
Higher Ground Presents is pleased to announce Twiddle's fourth annual Tumble Down Festival at Waterfront Park in Burlington, VT Friday and Saturday July 26-27, 2019. Full lineup, along with additional details, will be announced soon. Early Bird Passes & VIP Packages go on sale this Friday, Dec. 7th at 11am ET. Single day passes will be available at a later date.
Mihali has officially dropped “Fading State”, the new dub-reggae single from his forthcoming debut solo album. “Fading State” is the first solo effort from the Twiddle frontman and features guest vocals from socially conscious music luminaries Nahko (Nahko and Medicine for the People) and Trevor Hall, and is produced by Johnny Cosmic of Stick Figure.
The fall air has just barely set in, but anyone who's visited Colorado's legendary stage knows there's no place like Red Rocks Amphitheatre in the summertime, and it's never too early to hear about next year's programming. Fans of Twiddle and Pigeons Playing Ping Pong can rejoice with the latest news – on Thursday, May 2nd, 2019 both acts will co-headline a special show at the famed outdoor venue. Kitchen Dwellers will offer support on the bill.
Once again, paths to music, wonder, and joyful celebration converged in early July at the four-day High Sierra Music Festival in the small mountain town of Quincy, California, where the elevation is twice the number of the population. Headlined by Sturgill Simpson, The String Cheese Incident, Chris Robinson Brotherhood, Grace Potter, George Porter Jr., Melvin Seals and more, this was the 28th High Sierra Fest. and the 20th at the county fairgrounds in Quincy.
It was great to learn that The Trey Anastasio Trio, as listed on the schedule, was actually playing as a quartet, given that Ray Paczkowski had just returned to his keyboard the night before, after recovering from a health issue. That may have been Trey’s first real interaction with the crowd, there before the encore, where he played two solo songs with his acoustic, including a lovely “Waste,” before bringing his bandmates back for a third together. I did love how he phrased it, the news about Ray being better, genuinely thrilled to share “some good news in what seems like a world of bad news.”