What a great way to start 2017 with an amazing lineup announced for BottleRock Napa 2017! They have just announced the lineup and you can pick up tickets tomorrow for specially priced passes, limited quantity. The festival is scheduled for May 26-28th.

Check out the full lineup for this incredible festival:

 

Foo Fighters
Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers
Maroon 5
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis
Modest Mouse
Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals
The Roots
Silversun Pickups
Band of Horses
Fitz & The Tantrums
Dirty Heads
LIVE
The Naked & Famous
The Devil Makes Three
Michael Franti & Spearhead
Gavin DeGraw
St. Lucia
House of Pain
Bob Moses
Catfish & The Bottlemen
Saint Motel
The Strumbellas
Alunageorge
Frightened Rabbit
Andra Day
Galactic
Ani DiFranco
Alec Lee
Charles Bradley & His Extraordinaires
Mavis Staples
Bishop Briggs
Lewis Delmar
Highly Suspect
Judah & The Lion
Elephant Revival
Warren G
Bad Suns
Giraffage
Gnash
The Staves
The Barr Brothers
PELL
Hippo Campus
Jessie Hernandez & The Deltas
Barns Courtney
Hiss Golden Messenger
The California Honeydrops
The Hunna
888
Prinze George
Con Brio
La Santa Cecilia
Troubadour 77
Silverado Pickups
Tracksuit Wedding
The Shelters
SWMRS
Run River North
James Hersey
Day Wave
Dreamers
Hirie
Baskery
City of the Sun
Cobi
PartyBaby
Arizona
The Heydaze
Parade of Lights
Little Hurricane
Marty O’Reily & The Old Soul Orchestra
Josh Kelley
Jessica Childress
Cory Harper
Wild
Saint Mesa
Secure the Sun
Serf and James
Kadin Yeahmon
Napa Valley Symphony
Hibbity Dibbity
The Helmets
Pacific Radio
The Redwoods Revue
Doobie Decimel System

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Stay tuned as we place the spotlight on a new artist or band each day. Be sure to pick up your tickets early, with this lineup, they are going to sell out fast! Visit their social media sites so you can stay up to date on all the latest BottleRock News!

Passes will be available at BottleRockNapaValley.com andEventbrite.com. Now in its fifth year, BottleRock Napa Valley pairs the very best of the Napa Valley’s wine, food and craft brews with today’s biggest names in music. Passes will go on sale on January 4, 2017.

~ Marisol

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Interviews

Bands

Interview with Justin of Blue October ahead of their stellar performance at The Fillmore in San Francisco

May 20, 2017

  Earlier this week we headed to the legendary Fillmore as Blue October brought the Heart Go Bang Tour to San Francisco. We have impatiently waited for this date to arrive. See, Blue October was not just another band for us to cover, they are a band that had provided the playlist to my life’s ups and downs for the past 20 years. Most recently in March, during my Mother’s hospice care at home, she would lay next to me and listen to Blue October, nearly silent for days, yet show would respond and tell me she liked the songs. Her favorite during that time, The Feel Again, (Stay).  What a heavy song and yet, I truly clutched to those words… Stay… selfishly I wanted more time with her.  After she passed away, I could feel the dark depression setting in as it had with my Father 5 years earlier. But I turned to music and once again to Blue October. Their latest album, Home which shot up the charts to a No. 1 spot [Read More]

Interview

Flora Cash talks about their new album –  a glowing world of melancholy music. By Patrick O’Heffernan

May 16, 2017

    (Los Angeles)  Flora Cash is a duo composed of Minnesotan Cole Randall and Swede Shpresa Lleshaj, now based in Stockholm, Sweden. In their latest album, Nothing Lasts Forever (And It’s Fine), they have distilled feelings from their own love story into notes, lyrics and emotions that are an adventure into a misty world of melancholy without sadness.  They met on Soundcloud in early 2012 and by the end of the year, they had released two EPs, Mighty Fine EP and Made It For You and built a fan base in Europe. The duo moved to Minneapolis in 2013, got married, moved back to Stockholm by way of LA  to release I Will Be There and their latest album Nothing Lasts Forever (And It’s Fine).  I am hooked on them and anyone who listens will be too.  They are visiting LA right now and stopped by to talk .   Patrick. You released your new album Nothing Lasts Forever (And It’s Fine) last month in LA.  Congratulations.   Cole. Thank you it was a [Read More]

Alternative

Interview with Joey Jane as he discusses his new band, NEVERFADE

May 9, 2017

We first met Joey Jane when he was playing bass in Vattica. He has since moved on into a new chapter of his music career and we are very excited for him. We would like to share with you our interview with Joey Jane as he discusses his new band. * * * * * * * Hi Joey, Thank you so much for taking the time out to talk with us here at Music Junkie Press! We understand that you have a new band and we would like to find out all about it. We understand it is Neverfade. Can you tell us all about the new band? Yes, thank YOU for taking the time to talk to me. The new band is called “NEVERFADE”. The band is pretty much something I’ve been dreaming up in my head for a lot of years now. finding out who I am personally and expressing that musically. Kind of going against the grain of what mainstream and pop radio deems acceptable at this point in time. A back [Read More]