NEW YORK, NY – The Outlaw Roadshow founded by the Counting Crows’ songwriter Adam Duritz and New England music personality + music blogger Ryan Spaulding announce they will host an integrated night of live music during The Grid this May. The 3-day event will feature over 100 multi-genre intimate and unique performances, special curated shows, inspiring storyteller sessions and opportunities for aspiring artists to learn how to navigate today’s music industry.

It’s so cool that we get the chance to do The Outlaw Roadshow during The Grid,” Duritz said.  “I’ve said it before but… Whenever The Outlaw Roadshow happens, that’s always my favorite time of year.”

The Grid aims to create a collaborative environment for all types of artists, musicians and fans to come together and celebrate music’s past, present and future. Announced performances include: Young The Giant, St. Lucia, City & Colour, Ingrid Michaelson, Frank Turner, AWOLNATION, Neon Indian, Best Coast, Butch Walker, Atlas Genius, Questlove, The Bouncing Souls, Kaleo, Bronze Radio Return, COIN, Hey Marseilles, Jared & The Mill, The Lighthouse and The Whaler, Lolo, Max, and Twin Forks. Joining them are NY favorites San Fermin, Sunflower Bean, Haerts, Oberhofer, Beacon, Sam King, and more.

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Bound to Meet the Devil

One of the top albums of 2016 by Outlaw Alum Julie Rhodes.  When Julie Rhodes lets her voice loose, she digs deep into a pocket of soul that persuades audiences to follow her lead. Just a year ago, Rhodes began work on her debut album, Bound to Meet the Devil. The songs speak to a year of travel, passion, and sacrifice, as she matured quickly from playing her first shows to a performer who owns the stage. Rhodes always set her resolve on music and the road. The day she was able, she charged out of her hometown, searching for live performances that tugged on her heart strings. But it wasn’t until she attended the Newport Folk Festival—witnessing a lineup with an infectious spirit for collaboration and a genuine optimism for the vitality of community—that her desire to travel shifted from pursuing other’s voices to discovering her own. Produced by Jonah Tolchin and infused with the sounds that inspired her to roam, Bound to Meet the Devil was recorded in New England and Muscle Shoals, Alabama, capturing the spirit found in dive bars, barns, and the throng of outdoor festivals by the sea. Her songs explore the mounting struggles of a working class woman with few riches beyond a determination to dream.


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