The Drop — 1/26/23


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  1. California venue owners react to Senate hearings. Ineffable Music Group, which owns venues in Santa Cruz [The Catalyst, which may be familiar to Phish fans], Ventura, Berkeley, and several other cities, said that effective immediately they won’t take 20% merch fees from artists anymore.
  2. Ace turns 50. Bob Weir’s first solo album, the genesis for so many great songs, gets a deluxe edition reissue this year to celebrate this anniversary.
  3. King Gizzard unveils monster Red Rocks live release. This week we got an 86-track King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard live release from their 2022 Red Rocks run. They played 3 long shows, and wow, this is a great live release. Part of their interesting Bootlegger program.
  4. Goose Chicks Pod features GrooveSafe. One of our newest podcasts, Goose Chicks Pod, features an interview with Ashley Driscoll, founder of the amazing GrooveSafe.


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