You are using an outdated browser. Please upgrade your browser to improve your ReverbNation experience.
Jamband Festival - Day 2 At Green Eggs and Jam Festival there is a Dr. Seuss theme with a weekend full of costumes from your favorite Dr. Seuss characters, a costume parade, costume contest, prizes, a big Green Eggs and Ham community potluck breakfast on Saturday morning, open jams, lake activities, merchandise vendors, food drinks and more great fun all mixed with some great camping and some of the best jambands from yesterday and today!Tickets Save
Sounds Like: JJ Grey & Mofro, The New Mastersounds, Lettuce, Gov't Mule, Grateful Dead
Label: Dark Horse
Manager: Alexis Barclay 816-786-3309
Kansas City's own Brother Bagman is a Four Piece Groove Rock band with a dynamic, soulful sound rooted in old soul/R&B and blues rock, Brother Bagman has been bringing their High energy show to the Midwest Music scene for the past five years.
With the success of their first two albums, The Noto...See Full Bio
: Brother Bagman has a show on 02/28/2015 at 09:00 PM @ The Rusty Needle in Hutchinson, KS http://t.co/gc9HE5dX2D #concert
“When Brother Bagman entered the 2010 International Blues Competition in Kansas City, Cliff Moore (bass), Landon Leist (lead guitar/vocals) and Cole Harvey (drums/vocals) mostly saw it as a good chance to reach a new audience. But the Kansas City jam band did more than just win over a bunch of new fans: They nearly won the thing, bringing home second place. While the roots groove rockers recently put out a solid studio effort in “Rise Above,” Moore says Brother Bagman is a band best experienced live. He likens the emotional, dynamic experience the band tries to build at each show to a thrilling roller coaster ride, with peaks and valleys of sound and energy. “If you can’t dance to something or you can’t feel it, then there’s not much use in playing the music,” Moore says.”