Tonight on EB ep.704: Win Tickets to See Umphrey’s McGee with very special guest G.Love at The Electric Factory this Friday June 29th!

Umphrey’s Mcgee returns to Philadelphia this Friday night (June 29th) to play a unique outdoor show with very special guest G.Love at The Electric Factory. Want free tickets to the show? Rhetorical question. Of course you do! Tune in to Endless Boundaries and Z889 tonight for a chance to score passes to the event and a copy of UM’s latest studio release on ATO Records, Death By Stereo. To purchase tickets while they last, click here.


Speaking of tickets to giveaway, EB will continue to roll out chances to win tickets to see The Disco Biscuits on their Road to Bisco tour stop at the House of Blues in Atlantic City on Friday July 6th. But the Bisco giveaways don’t stop there with EB either! One lucky winner will be scoring a pair of FULL WEEKEND PASSES to this year’s Camp Bisco Eleven. Tune in tonight for more details and a chance to get hooked the f*ck up!




Now for the music itself tonight. Tons of new tunes have arrived in the EB mailbox lately including Santana, Soulive with Karl Denson, Spectrum Road, Easy Star All-Stars, and more. String Cheese Incident has also released a new single which you can download right now for free by clicking here.


In addition to sharing as much new music as possible, you can also expect to hear more coverage from Phish’s Summer Tour which stops at Star Lake tonight. EB will also preview the new Phish ‘Chicago 94’ box set hitting streets soon. Also, EB will celebrate the 71st birthday of Grateful Dead Lyricist, Robert Hunter, during the Smoker’s Lounge segment and rock out as much live stuff as possible.



Endless Boundaries goes live at 6pmEST on Z889, 95.1 and 100.7 FM in Philadelphia and South Jersey, worldwide at z889.org, and directly to your mobile phones with the Z889 iPhone App or Droid users can download Shoutcast/Tuned In/Hi Def Radio or any radio app and search “Z889”.


Till Tonight, Stay Tuned!





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