I posted a list of seven YouTube playlists last week that had been created by Tim Mossberger, David Butler, Greg Burke, DCRANGERFAN, and myself. Well that mysterious someone or someones who provides us with excellent videos from Avett shows could not be limited to a single playlist. DCRANGERFAN has created
We sat in a steady rain in a field in Vermont. My wife and daughter hugged hot chocolate while I blew into a coffee cup. Not the Labor Day weekend concert drinks we expected, but when you’re on hour four in the rain on a 50-degree day with four more
Thank you Mary Hocking for providing her account of hosting a recent Jim Avett house concert!
On this day in Avett Bros History! Bob Crawford was in two bands on this date in 2001, The Memphis Quick 50 and The Avett Brothers. It was the first Saturday after the September 11th attacks and both bands had a gig that night. Bob planned on playing his gig
Anticipating that there may be a few new Avett Brothers fans after the premiere of May it Last, David Butler, DCRANGERFAN, Greg Burke, Tim Mossberger and I put together a few playlists that you can use to introduce your friends and family to the band’s extensive repertoire. Enjoy!
I have written and deleted six opening paragraphs to this review of May it Last. I honestly hardly know what to say. Or maybe I have so much to say that I don’t know how to coherently organize my thoughts. Whatever. I feel like I need to get my initial
If you’ve bought an Avett concert ticket or album, then you’ve helped write the story of the Avett Brothers. The plan is once a week to interview a fan to get their Avett story. This week’s interview is with Jamey Rodgers. He is a passionate fan, a great guy and
Michael Ganz contributed the following story to Avett News about the September 3, 2017 concert at Shelburne Museum in Burlington, Vermont. Thanks Michael! “The rain it fell….” Indeed it did. “The air in there is frigid cold…” Yep. That too. For most of the