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Bill Payne to play Bridge Street Live in Collinsville, CT

June is shaping up to be an interesting month for Bill Payne and this solo show at Bridge Street Live(06.11.15) has just raised the level higher. Read More

Leftover Salmon Covers "Fat Man In The Bathtub"

Leftover Salmon haven't shied away from covering Little Feat ever since keyboardist Bill Payne joined their ranks. Yesterday in New Orleans the group showed off their cover of "Fat Man In The Bathtub." Read More

The Paul and Fred Acoustic Duo on Tour in May

The Paul and Fred Acoustic Duo will be touring on the East coast this May. Read More

Bill Payne lends a hand with Dave Gerard's latest project - "Five"

"I really enjoyed the sessions and collaborating with Dave. For me, it all starts with good songs, and that's exactly what he writes,” said Payne. Read More

Benefit Concert With Paul Barrere, Fred Tackett And Inara George In Support Of Safety Harbor Kids

This concert (Saturday, April 18, 2015 at the Lobero Theatre) is in aid of Safety Harbor Kids, a non-profit organization enriching the lives of orphans, foster and homeless children through education in the areas of College, Career, Music and the Arts. Read More

Members Of Little Feat To Perform In A Concert To Benefit Avery’s Angels Foundation

Members of Little Feat will perform in a concert to benefit Avery’s Angels Foundation On Sat., 05/23/15, at The Pageant in St. Louis, MO. Ticket Links to be available after 02/27/15. Read More

Little Feat in Jamaica; March 4 - 8, 2015

If you done one of these before, you know what a great place the Grand Lido Negril Resort & Spa has been. This excursion will be your last chance to stay at the Grand Lido. The property, later this spring, will undergo extensive construction and will re-open in the Fall of 2016. Read More

Jamaica Beach Towel offer.

Order your own Jamaica Beach Towel. Limited time offer only! Read More

New book from Dennis McNally: On Highway 61: Music, Race, and the Evolution of Cultural Freedom

"In On Highway 61, McNally re-traces the roots of America's counterculture, focusing the hundred years that followed the Civil War…McNally riffs around that core, layering on the details, character by character, covering the same time period from many different points of view. He tracks the evolution of music itself, how particular techniques begin with one individual and spread from musician to musician, from city to city." —Relix Magazine Read More