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JacksonHoleLive would have been in its ninth season this summer and it's been a wild ride. Some of the biggest names ever to play in the valley have graced the temporary stage at the ball field next to Snow King. The Wood Brothers, Gov't Mule, Justin Townes Earle, Lukas Nelson & Promise …

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The start of Music on Main, Teton Valley’s annual series of free concerts, will be delayed until July 9 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Teton Valley Foundation announced Friday.

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Rafter J residents out for an early afternoon stroll Sunday morning gravitated towards the amplified sound of Peter Keenan’s voice and nylon-string guitar as it bounced off the glass and wood of Legacy Lodge at Jackson Hole and echoed into the valley.

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When restaurants and bars were shut down last week, one of Jackson’s longest-standing traditions was canceled: the Hootenanny at Dornan’s. 

Luckily for music lovers, the spirit of “the Hoot” is far too intrepid to go down that easy. The event will be held via livestream on Youtube from 6 to 9 p.m. today.

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Just this year, the main stage at the Center for the Arts has been graced by musicians from virtuoso mandolinist Chris Thile to indie rock legend Courtney Barnett. On Tuesday the Center will shift its focus and pay homage to the community that supports it by bringing in one of Jackson’s most…

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The Grateful Dead closed out the end of an era at the Winterland Arena on Dec. 31, 1978. The famed San Francisco ballroom housed many of the Grateful Dead’s legendary hometown performances throughout the ’70s. With the venue set to close at the end of the year, there was no better band to gi…

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About two months after Grand Teton Music Festival President and CEO Andrew Palmer Todd resigned under pressure, the classical music nonprofit has named an interim executive director.

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They speak patois like island Rastas, refuse to join a major recording label and have topped Billboard’s and iTunes’ charts. And Thursday, Tribal Seeds brings its brand of roots-rock-reggae to the Pink Garter.

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For centuries — millennia, even — people have gathered together and found refuge and solace from the dark and the cold in the communal experience of music.

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Chris Thile had the resume of an exceptionally successful bluegrass musician by the age of 21. Instead of becoming complacent, though, he continued breaking the mold year after year to become what we know him as now: a musician who redefined bluegrass, folk music and the mandolin for a generation.