High Sierra Adds Acts
Chris Robinson Brotherhood, Big Gigantic and Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey are among the latest additions to the High Sierra Music Festival. The multi-band event will return to Quincy, CA from June 30-July 3. Other recent artist additions include: Ruthie Foster, Emancipator, Gary Clark Jr. and Morning Teleportation, as well as “artists-at-large” Skerik, Tea Leaf Green’s Josh Clark and Audio Angel. In addition, Spanish Bombs featuring Chuck Prophet and Chris Von Sneidern will perform The Clash’s London Calling in its entirety. While The Slip will sit out its first High Sierra since the late ‘90s, the group’s Surprise Me Mr. Davis collaborator Nathan Moore has also joined the festival’s lineup. My Morning Jacket, Ween, Neko Case, Yonder Mountain String Band, Warren Haynes Band, Rebelution, Maceo Parker, Dr. Dog, ALO, Beats Antique and Ivan Neville’s Dumpstaphunk are among the festival’s previously confirmed acts.
In other High Sierra news, the festival has confirmed its initial late night lineup. The High Sierra Music Hall will host Yonder Mountain String Band and The Travelin’ McCourys (6/30), Dr. Dog (7/1), ALO and Toubab Krewe (7/2) and Maceo Parker and Rebirth Brass Band (7/3) while the Funk’n Jamhouse will boast Pimps Of Joytime and Orgone (6/30), Beats Antique and Big Gigantic (7/1), Dumpstaphunk and MarchFourth Marching Band (7/2) and Emancipator and OKA (7/3).