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The partial lineup for the 2012 XPoNential Music Festival—which will take place on July 20th-July 22nd at Wiggins Park and Susquehanna Bank Center on the Camden Waterfront—has just been announced. The headlining acts include Wilco, The Avett Brothers, Dr. Dog, and Counting Crows; you can check out the rest of the lineup below. You can get full ticket info on three-day passes, early-bird tickets, and benefits for WXPN members here.
*Wilco – The Avett Brothers – Dr. Dog – 7/21 at SBC
*Counting Crows – 7/22 at SBC
The Hold Steady
War On Drugs
John Wesley Harding’s Cabinet of Wonders
Lee Ranaldo Band
Good Old War
JC Brooks & the Uptown Sound
Matt Santry Band
This morning G Love tweeted @glove this bit of information about his forthcoming album: “The day has finally come… I’m here to tell you my new record “Fixin’ To Die” produced by The Avett Brothers is dropping– 2/23/2011 #BLUES.” The album was recorded at Echo Mountain Recording in Asheville, North Carolina with Seth and Scott Avett. Now that we have a release date, we’ve also got a trailer that G made about the new record. Check it out below, then watch G Love with the Avett Brothers perform “The Fall” from this past summer’s Summer Camp 2010. Yo G. Let’s get that album over here quick! We can’t wait to hear it.
Almost a year ago after an Avett Brothers show in Boston, Paste had the pleasure of introducing Garret Dutton (aka G. Love) to the band and then stood by like a proverbial third wheel while they hit it off. Being a lucky fly on the wall, we learned how much the Avetts were inspired by G. Love’s early career with his ability to re-imagine classic “back porch” blues in a modern style, which helped the Avett’s believe they, too, could stay true to their musical heritage…So it came as little surprise when G. love—who had been looking for potential producing partners for his new album—asked the North Carolina-based brothers to join him at Echo Mountain Recording Studio, a beautiful converted church, in Asheville.
Hey, thanks, Paste! Unfortunately, the publication’s fly-on-the-wall status didn’t help them glean any insider information about the recording session, other than “by all accounts from both camps, the recording vibe was powerful, simple and honest.” So, fans of Mr. Cold Beverage will have to wait until the as-yet-untitled album drops next spring to hear the results. In the meantime, you can check out the video below, which was shot by Avett Brothers bassist Joe Kwon earlier this year during a rehearsal at Summercamp 2010.