If you are going to MerleFest this week, here are the top five things that you need to know: What Time Should I Get There? Doors open on Thursday at 2:30pm and the remaining days at 9:00am. Find the times that The Avett Brothers and Jim Avett will play, and
“This song is about being excited,” Seth Avett told the audience in Savannah, Georgia on March 24, 2017. “It’s called Kick Drum Heart.” And the crowd, of course, went wild.
A more extensive recap is coming, but in the meantime, here’s a video of their performance.
By Jen and Brian Moritz Let’s face it: Going to a concert is worth the reward, but navigating a night of strangers, loud music, chatty neighbors and heat/cold can be exhausting and frustrating. That goes double (or triple) when taking along your little people. But a little bit of planning
If you’re thinking about taking your kids to a concert, here are some tips and tricks from parents who’ve been there, done that and lived to tell the tale. “My biggest advice for parents is to start with reserved seating. Close is fun, but we go to a lot of
Compiled by Jen and Brian Moritz We asked fans to share their most kid-friendly venues. Here’s what they said. MERLEFEST (North Carolina) Pros: The festival goes out of its way to be kid-friendly, with a Little Pickers area full of crafts, entertainment and a tent where families can take a
For Avett fans, David Childers needs no introduction. His newest album is set to be released on May 5, 2017 by Ramseur Records. Bob Crawford was co-executive producer and Scott Avett contributed vocals and banjo to four tracks. Read all about it and get a exclusive preview of the first
Here’s a collection of articles/ links where The Avett Brothers have picked songs for playlists, road trips, art exhibits, and to say farewell with—songs to listen to over and over, even songs to listen to on the their deathbed and take to the other side.
Like many of you, I had the distinct opportunity to head to Mexico this winter to witness the very first Avetts at the Beach festival. I won’t go into the details of who was there and how they played because, frankly, you’ve probably read all about it already so what
In honor of Bob Crawford’s birthday, enjoy a few songs where he is featured on vocals, go check out a few episodes of his podcast with Professor Benjamin Sawyer, The Road to Now, and then consider a donation to the Press On Fund.