Disc Jam 2018 Music Festival

 
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Disc Jam Music Festival has announced the initial lineup for the 8th annual festival, held in Stephentown, NY just minutes from the Massachusetts border. The music-filled weekend features over 80 artists, along with Disc Golf Tournaments, Flow Tribe dancers, craft vending, yoga workshops and much more from June 7-10, 2018.

The 2018 artist lineup includes a heavy dose of national and regional funk and jam artists, in addition to collaboratives and side projects, including unique pairings only found at the festival. Headliners include Lotus, Beats Antique, Galactic, The Motet, Electron (feat. members of Lotus and Joe Russo’s Almost Dead), Disco Biscuits guitarist Jon ‘The Barber’ Gutwillig (solo acoustic set), DJ Logic and Friends (feat. members of The Disco Biscuits, Dopapod and Turkuaz), Gubbulidis (Twiddle side project), Kung Fu, Moon Hooch, Aqueous, Ghost Note (Snarky Puppy side project) Tom Marshall’s Amfibian All-Stars, Ghost Light (Tom Hamilton and Holly Bowling project), among more than 80 artists performing on 4 stages over 4 days of camping at the picturesque Gardner’s Farm.

The Nifty 50 All-Stars

 
 

DJ Logic will join the Nifty 50 All-Stars with George Porter Jr., Eric Lindell, Kendra Morris, Aaron Comess, Craig Dreyer, Terrence Houston, Michael Lemmler and more Wednesday, March 21 at Brooklyn Bowl. The night will celebrate photographer Marc Millman's 50th Birthday with a portion of the proceeds being donated to HeadCount + The Roots of Music.

Tickets are just $22 and available at Ticketfly.com.

Biscuit Fest 7 - April 13+14 - Boca Raton, FL

 
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DJ Logic returns to The Funky Biscuit in Boca Raton, FL April 13+14 as part of Biscuit Fest 7. Friday, April 13, Logic will spin the late-night dance party after Kung Fu Plays Steely Dan, then on Saturday, April 14 DJ Logic + John Popper will team up for a special headline set. Tickets for both shows go on sale Thursday, February 8.

Friday, April 13 - Get Tickets!
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DJ Logic Announces All-Star Lineup DJ Logic & Friends Show In Philadelphia

 
 

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Turntablist DJ Logic recently announced a show at the Ardmore Music Hall near Philadelphia. Logic will be joined by an all-star lineup for the “DJ Logic & Friends” performance on Saturday, February 24.

DJ Logic’s ensemble for the evening features Disco Biscuits bassist Marc Brownstein, The String Cheese Incident drummer Michael Travis, Break Science producer/keyboardist Borahm Lee and Dopapod guitarist Rob Compa. “I have been playing with Marc [Brownstein] and Borahm [Lee] a lot lately in Colorado and I’m looking forward to bringing the vibe out to the East Coast. This is the first time we’ll be joined by Michael [Travis] and Rob [Compa], so I’m very excited to see where the sets will go. These performances take a lot of twists and turns, but we’re going to bring the funk and jams all night long!” DJ Logic tells JamBase.

Vernon Reid's Band of Gypsys Revisited

 
 

Honored to join Vernon Reid's Band of Gypsys Revisited - Celebrating Jimi Hendrix's 75th Birthday - Sunday, February 18 at The Crossroads in Garwood, NJ. Vernon and I will be joined by JM Nickerson, James "Biscuit" Rouse, Jerard Snell, Andre "Day Glo" Lassalle and Flow Metalz. Advance tickets are just $20 and available at Ticketfly.com.

Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe, Ivan Neville, DJ Logic & More Lead Jam Cruise Post-Party

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Monday marked Jam Cruise 16’s jubilant return to the Port of Miami and, along with it, The Post Cruise Party featuring Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe with special guests Ivan Neville, DJ Logic and Mike Dillon at Revolution Live in downtown Fort Lauderdale, Florida. With many Jam Cruisers resting and rehabbing or making their way home from their 5-day musical adventure on the high seas, South Floridians were treated with a taste of what it’s like to experience the music of Jam Cruise–on dry land. DJ Logic spun retro hip-hop classics for the first hour of the night and got the crowd primed for what would prove to be an all-star evening in the true spirit of Jam Cruise.

Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe took the stage accompanied by DJ Logic and percussionist Mike Dillon and opened with The Allmans Brothers’ “Stand Back”, a call-back to his recent “Eat A Bunch of Peaches” Allmans-themed project, before moving into the energetic, saxophone-driven “Grunt > Mighty Mouse”. The band then progressed into Steely Dan’s “Show Biz Kids” which really got the crowd moving.

Ivan Neville made his way to the stage and provided vocals on “Gossip” and the 1969 classic “Let A Woman Be A Woman – And A Man Be A Man”. A stirring rendition of the KDTU original “Flute Down” from Dance Lesson #2 was next up, with DJ Logic providing dynamic background turntable effects.

 
 

Special guest Shira Elias, vocalist from Turkuaz, accompanied Ivan on The Pointer Sisters’ 1974 sing-along “Yes We Can”. Ivan then sung lead on Junior Walker & The All Stars’ sexy 1969 Motown hit, “What Does It Take” leaving the band to groove into ZZ Top’s “Just Got Paid”.

The band finally closed their set with Ivan & Shira providing vocal support on “So Real”, before encoring with an all-out “Boogaloo” dance party featuring Mike Dillon and DJ Logic trading drum and turntable licks.

 
 

DJ Logic Hosts 3 Nights of Music at Sundance

 
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Join DJ Logic this week at The Cabin in Park City, UT for 3 nights of Sundance! The hand-curated shows will take place Thursday through Saturday and feature of slew of special guests. Tickets for all three nights are available at SmithsTix.com

Thursday, January 25
Bad Feather + DJ Set by DJ Logic.

Friday, January 26
Chali 2na and the House of Vibe, Kosha Dillz & Ocelot + DJ Set by DJ Logic

Saturday, January 27
Project Logic ft. Mono Neon, Steve Molitz, Allen Aucoin, Jeremy Whitesides