Wednesday, June 26, 2019

Rodney Crowell lines up Ringo Starr, Steve Earle, other major talent for upcoming album

photo: Sam Esty/courtesy RC1 Records
Grammy-winning veteran singer/songwriter RODNEY CROWELL teams with fellow Texan Randy Rogers in the official video for his track “Flatland Hillbillies,” now on multiple CMT platforms.

Watch the CMT premiere HERE.

Written by Crowell and Mary Karr, the track features backing vocals from Rogers and Grammy winner Lee Ann Womack. It is part of Crowell’s upcoming collaboration album,Texas, which explores the celebrated artist’s Lone Star roots with an eclectic cast of all-star friends. Ringo Starr, Willie Nelson, Lyle Lovett, Ronnie Dunn, Billy F Gibbons, Vince Gill and Steve Earle also contribute to the set. It is due out Aug. 15 via RC1.

Crowell returns to the road in August and later that month, he will be the recipient of the ACM Poet’s Award at the 2019 ACM Honors hosted at Nashville's Ryman Auditorium. 

About Rodney Crowell:

With more than 40 years of American roots music under his belt, Texas native Crowell is a two-time Grammy Award winner with five Number One hits of his own. He has written chart-topping hits for Emmylou Harris, Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings, Keith Urban and more.

He has also penned songs for artists as diverse as Bob Seger, Etta James, the Grateful Dead, John Denver, Jimmy Buffett and others. A member of the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame, Crowell is also the author of the acclaimed memoir, Chinaberry Sidewalks, and teamed up with New York Times best-selling author Mary Karr for Kin: Songs by Mary Karr & Rodney Crowell in 2012.

Crowell was honored with ASCAP’s prestigious Founder’s Award in 2017, and that same year released the album Close Ties, which spawned another Grammy nomination for “It Ain’t Over Yet” with Rosanne Cash and John Paul White in the category of Best Americana Song.

In 2018, he launched his own record label, RC1, and released his Acoustic Classic project. 

Track listing:

1. “Flatland Hillbillies” (feat. Lee Ann Womack, Randy Rogers)
2. “Caw Caw Blues” (feat. Vince Gill)
3. “56 Fury” (feat. Billy Gibbons)
4. “Deep In the Heart of Uncertain Texas” (feat. Ronnie Dunn, Willie Nelson, Womack)
5. “You’re Only Happy When You’re Miserable” (feat. Ringo Starr)
6. “I’ll Show Me”
7. “What You Gonna Do Now” (feat. Lyle Lovett)
8. “The Border”
9. “Treetop Slim & Billy Lowgrass”
10. “Brown & Root, Brown & Root” (feat. Steve Earle)
11. “Texas Drought Part 1”

Tour Dates:

August 2 Santa Cruz, CA @ Rio Theatre
August 3 Crystal Bay, NV @ Crystal Bay Club Casino
August 4 Nicasio, CA @ Rancho Nicasio
August 10 Carthage, TX @ Carthage Civic Center
August 12 Pascagoula, MS @ Grand Magnolia
August 13 Baton Rouge, LA @ Manship Theatre
August 15 Houston, TX @ Heights Theater
August 16 Dallas, TX @ Kessler Theater
August 17 Coupland, TX @ Coupland Dance Hall
August 20 San Angelo, TX @ The House of Fifi Dubois
August 23 Lubbock, TX @ Cactus Theater
August 24 Amarillo, TX @ Hoot’s Pub
August 25 Tulsa, OK @ Cain’s Ballroom
Sept 4 Kenney, TX @ The Kenney Store
Sept 6 Waco, TX @ Backyard Bar Stage & Grill
Sept 7 New Braunfels, TX @ Gruene Hall
Sept 18-19 Franklin, TN @ Franklin Theatre
Sept 20 Asheville, NC @ Diana Wortham Theatre
Sept 21 Charlotte, NC @ McGlohon Theater
Nov 6 Saratoga, CA @ Carriage House Theater
Nov 8 Petaluma, CA @ Mystic Theatre
Nov 13 Eugene, OR @ The Shedd Institute
Nov 14 Portland, OR @ Alberta Rose Theatre
Nov 15 Edmonds, OR @ Edmonds Center for the Arts
Nov 21 Missoula, MT @ Wilma Theater
Nov 22 Bozeman, MT @ The Ellen
Nov 23 Billings, MT @ Pub Station
Jan 30, 2020 Ponte Vedra Beach, FL @ PV Concert Hall
Jan 31 Clearwater, FL @ Capitol Theatre
Feb 3-9 Cayamo Cruise
April 3 Bartlett, TN @ Bartlett Performing Arts Conference Center
April 23 Wausau, WI @ Grand Theater

Skerryvore to perform in Redlands, Calif. on Friday

photo courtesy of artist/Tyree Records
When Skerryvore brings some feisty world music to the Redlands Bowl on Friday, it plans to “get the party started,” said singer/guitarist Alec Dalglish. “We do acoustic songs and high energy, electric instrumentals.”

The Glasgow-based band combines traditional Scottish Celtic strains with folk, rock, blues, jazz and Cajun-styled elements. The resulting hybrid sound is like a cross between The Chieftains and Mumford & Sons.

“It helps us stand out among other bands in the general popular music scene” and is something “most wouldn’t expect in a pop/rock context,” Dalglish explained.

Formed in 2005, Skerryvore’s name comes from a lighthouse located off the coast of Tiree, the Westernmost island off mainland Scotland (also mentioned in the 1988 Enya pop hit “Orinoco Flow”). The octet has won the Scots Trad Music Award for Best Live Act twice, while Dalglish received the Scottish New Music Award for Songwriter of the Year.

With several albums that have amassed nearly four million streams, more than 20,000 digital and 70,000 physical sales so far, 2017 saw the release of the “Live Forever” single. It was featured in a Scottish tourism campaign and topped the iTunes World Music chart.

According to Dalglish, last year’s “EVO” album represents “the next part of the evolution in the sound of Skerryvore. It had been a long time since we’d managed to release any new material, so this was our next big step.” Standouts include a sway-worthy "At the End of the Line," 
the driving pace of "Live Forever" and stirring "Take My Hand."  

The Redlands gig will be a rare Southern California appearance since Skerryvore has mainly played clubs or theaters in the northern part of the state, not to mention notable gigs elsewhere in America such as New York’s Central Park and the Ryder Cup in Louisville.

Back home, the band hosts Oban Live, a music festival that draws thousands of people annually.

When: 8 p.m. June 28 
Where: Redlands Bowl, 25 Grant St., Redlands, Calif.

For the complete summer music festival schedule, go to
To find out more about that band or purchase music, see 
A version of this article originally appeared in the summer issue of Redlands Magazine.

Monday, June 24, 2019

The return of Friendly Fires

photo: Dan Wilton/courtesy: Republic Records
Having spent the last year reminding everyone exactly why they're one of the UK's best loved bands via some live shows, two singles ("Love Like Waves" and "Heaven Let Me In" and a cover of Charles B & Adonis’ "Lack Of Love," Friendly Fires have finally announced their long-waited third album.

Arriving eight years after their last one, Inflorescent will be releases on Aug. 16. The three band members - Ed Macfarlane, Edd Gibson and Jack Savidge - friends since the age of eleven reconvened in Macfarlane's parents' St Albans garage (the scene of much of their early recorded output) at the tail end of 2017.

Alongside producers/co-producers Mark Ralph, James Ford and Disclosure, Friendly Fires have spent the last eighteen months making a record in a variety of London studios. Their previous albums were the Brit Awards and Mercury Prize-nominated Friendly Fires and its acclaimed follow up, Pala.

The new single 'Silhouettes' was recorded in producer Ford's attic studio and features co-production from Ford and Ralph. It nods towards Brazilian disco records.

Listen to "Silhouettes" here:

The band also announced their return to the United States with 4 shows in September. Tickets are on-sale Friday, June 28 at 10am local time.

Track Listing:

1. Can’t Wait Forever
2. Heaven Let Me In
3. Silhouettes
4. Offline
5. Sleeptalking
6. Kiss And Rewind
7. Love Like Waves
8. Lack Of Love
9. Cry Wolf
10. Almost Midnight
11. Run The Wild Flowers

Tour dates:

6/30 - Glastonbury Festival, UK
7/14 - Citadel Festival, London, UK
7/20 - Splendour In The Grass, Yelgun, Australia
7/21 - 170 Russell, Melbourne, Australia
7/22 - Metro Theatre, Sydney, Australia
7/26 - Leopallooza, Bude, UK
7/27 - Standon Calling, Standon, UK
9/14 - Nova Batida, Lisbon, Portugal

9/24 - Elsewhere, Brooklyn, NY ticket link
9/26 - Fillmore Theatre, San Francisco, CA ticket link
9/27 - Fonda Theatre, Los Angeles, CA ticket link
9/28 - CRSSD Music & Arts Festival, San Diego,CA

Thursday, June 20, 2019

Thom Yorke reveals album info; tour tickets on sale Friday

Thom Yorke’s new studio album Anima will be released digitally on June 27 at 12:01am via XL Recordings. The album’s physical release will follow on July 19. Anima is available for pre-order now at:

The album’s digital release will be accompanied by a "one-reeler," also entitled Anima, directed by Paul Thomas Anderson and set to three tracks from the new album. The “one-reeler” will be available to watch exclusively via Netflix on June 27. A trailer can be viewed here:

Featuring several songs that were debuted live over the course of Thom Yorke, Nigel Godrich and Tarik Barri’s Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes performances, Anima was written by Yorke and produced by Godrich. The physical formats are CD, black double vinyl, limited edition orange double vinyl, and a deluxe 180g heavyweight orange double vinyl which includes a 40-page book of lyrics, and pencil drawings by Stanley Donwood and Dr Tchock.

Thom Yorke, Nigel Godrich and Tarik Barri will be performing live across Europe, Japan, Korea and North America this year. The North American tour dates go on general sale June 21.

Track listing:

Last I Heard (…He Was Circling The Drain)
Dawn Chorus
I Am A Very Rude Person
Not The News
The Axe
Impossible Knots
Bonus track "(Ladies & Gentlemen, Thank You for Coming)" will be available exclusively on vinyl versions of the album.

Tour dates:

2nd – Cologne, Germany – Palladium
3rd – Frankfurt, Germany – Jahrhunderthalle
4th – Montreux, Switzerland – Montreux Jazz Festival
6th – Ewijk, Netherlands – Down The Rabbit Hole Festival
7th – Paris, France – Philharmonie de Paris, Days Off Festival
8th – Paris, France – Philharmonie de Paris, Days Off Festival
11th – Bilbao, Spain – BBK Live Festival
13th – Lisbon, Portugal – NOS Alive Festival
16th – Barolo, Italy – Collisioni Festival
17th – Codroipo, Italy – Villa Manin
18th – Ferrara, Italy – Piazza Castello
20th – Perugia, Italy – Arena Santa Giuliana, Umbria Jazz Festival
21st – Rome, Italy – Roma Summer Fest, Cavea
26th – Yuzawa-Cho, Japan – Fuji Rock Festival
28th – Seoul, South Korea – Olympic Hall

26th - Laval, Quebec - Place Bell
27th - Toronto - Scotiabank Arena
28th - Pittsburgh - Stage AE
30th - Columbus - Express Live!

4th - Austin - Austin City Limits Music Festival - Zilker Park
6th - Atlanta - Fox Theatre
9th - New Orleans - Mahalia Jackson Theatre for the Performing Arts
11th - Austin - Austin City Limits Music Festival - Zilker Park
18th - Berkeley - Greek Theatre
20th - Seattle - Paramount Theatre
21st - Vancouver - Orpheum
22nd - Portland - The Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall
25th - Santa Barbara - Santa Barbara Bowl
26th - Las Vegas - The Chelsea at the Cosmopolitan
29th - Los Angeles - Greek Theatre

Previously unreleased version of Freddie Mercury solo song out now

For the first time ever, a previously unreleased version of “Time,” recorded in 1986 by Freddie Mercury for the concept album of the hit UK musical of the same name, has finally emerged after two years of work by Dave Clark, using the song’s full title, “Time Waits For No One.” The track was release via UMe, along with a new video. Listen to the song HERE and watch the video HERE.

“Time Waits For No One” finds Mercury in a stripped-down performance, accompanied by just a piano.

The Story Behind The Song:

“Time” was the brainchild of Dave Clark, former leader of the hugely successful multi-million selling group The Dave Clark Five, and one of the UK’s most prolific and celebrated musicians, songwriters and producers. Time, the West End musical, which opened at London’s Dominion Theatre in April 1986, merged sci-fi, rock music and ahead-of-its-time special effects and multimedia. With a cast including Sir Laurence Olivier and Cliff Richard, it broke box office records and played to over a million people during its two-year run.

For the show’s multi-million selling star-studded concept album, Dave had a song in mind for Freddie (“In My Defence”), and despite industry naysayers claiming he wouldn’t do it, Freddie agreed to fly to London from his then home in Munich, Germany, to record the song at Abbey Road Studios in October 1985.

Of Dave’s minimal band of four session musicians, Mike Moran, who had never met Freddie, was introduced on piano having known Dave for many years; such was the subsequent relationship born with Freddie that Mike went on to write “Barcelona” with the Queen frontman years later. The “Time” session was recorded in a haze of late nights and fueled by “fabulous food, vodka and Cristal Champagne,” courtesy of Freddie’s personal chef Joe Fanelli.

Dave Clark further recalls of the recording session: “We got on great...if I didn’t like something I’d say, and vice versa...we were both aiming for the same thing: to make something special.”

When asked by Freddie if he had anything else, Dave replied with an affirmative, offering the musical’s title track, “Time.” In January 1986, they returned to Abbey Road Studios with a group of amazingly talented musicians to record the song. Dave wrote the song with John Christie, unbeknownst to them at the time at how the words ‘Time waits for no one’ would be so relevant today. Starting off as a rhythm track, the session recorded 48 tracks of backing vocals (Freddie plus John Christie and Peter Straker), 2 x 24 track tapes locked together - which had never been done before for that amount of backing vocals at Abbey Road - and the final version of “Time” comprising of a huge production of 96 tracks.

The video for the song was filmed in three hours on a Tuesday at the Dominion Theatre and was quickly wrapped to allow the musical to prepare for that evening’s performance - it had opened earlier that month with Freddie attending opening night. Worried about capturing the full performance, it was a 4-camera shoot, which was cut together quickly in order to turn it around for that week’s broadcast of the UK’s hit music TV program “Top of the Pops.” Going straight to video, not the original 35mm film it was shot in, the song was released on May 6 of that year, and the original footage was consigned to the vaults.

4 Decades on…96 Tracks to 1:

Dave Clark had always remembered that performance of Freddie Mercury at Abbey Road Studios from 1986. The original had sold millions, and in his own words “worked.” But the feeling he had during the original rehearsal, experiencing “goosebumps,” hadn’t dissipated over the decades, and he wanted to hear this original recording - just Freddie on vocals and Mike Moran on piano. After much searching through the vaults to find the version without all the backing vocals, he finally retrieved it from his tape archive in the spring of 2018.

Bringing in original keyboardist Mike Moran to record a new piano track, restoring the huge potential of this historical performance at the latter’s studio in Buckinghamshire, Dave, firmly believing “the impossible was possible,” eventually produced the performance he had longed to revive - stripping back the 96 track version to a version with just one: Freddie Mercury.

But the audio needed a visual and Dave didn’t want to just cut old footage together. He had the negatives from the 4-camera shoot and the unprocessed film which was being stored for a time at Rank Laboratories in Pinewood but returned to Dave after his 2014 documentary Glad All Over: The Dave Clark Five and Beyond. A four-day lockdown in a special facility to pore through the negatives with his editor led to the discovery and production of this visual masterpiece, a perfect representation of Freddie’s “magic performance...he tasted every word."

Filter’s 'Title of Record' to get reissue treatment

Craft Recordings is set to release a deluxe, 20th anniversary reissue of Filter’s platinum-selling, sophomore album Title of Record.

Due out Aug. 9, the album has been remastered and will be available on vinyl for the first time, as well as on CD and digital. All formats are expanded featuring four bonus tracks: “(Can’t You) Trip Like I Do” (originally recorded for the soundtrack Spawn The Album),“Jurassitol” (previously released on The Crow: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack), plus remixes of the singles “The Best Things (Humble Brothers Remix)” and “Take a Picture (H&H Remix).”

Both the two-LP set, and CD will feature new liner notes by Bryan Reesman. The expanded digital album also offers five additional rarities, including a live version of “Take A Picture,” “The Best Things (Dub Pistols Club Mix)” and more.\

First released in 1999, Title of Record was a sonic breakthrough for the Cleveland band. Following four years as a touring guitarist for Nine Inch Nails, primary member Richard Patrick formed Filter in 1993 with guitarist and programmer Brian Liesegang. Their 1995 debut, Short Bus, blended industrial pop with post-grunge metal, and became a best-seller, thanks to the hit single “Hey Man Nice Shot.” Though Liesegang departed the band just two years later, Patrick enlisted two of his touring band members (guitarist Geno Leonardo and bassist Frank Cavanaugh), along with drummer Steven Gillis, to work with him in the studio. D’Arcy Wretzky of The Smashing Pumpkins and cellist Eric Remschneider (The Smashing Pumpkins, Veruca Salt, Plain White T’s) were also collaborators.

The recording process for Title of Record was not so straightforward. The album took over four years to record, due in part to strife between bandmates, Richard Patrick’s struggles with substance abuse, and a tumultuous affair between Patrick and Wretzky (which was anonymously woven into many of the songs on the album, including “Miss Blue,” “It’s Gonna Kill Me” and “I’m Not the Only One”). In the reissue’s liner notes, Patrick recalls, “My behavior started getting worse, and my temper would flare up. It was hard dealing with me high…and coming down from that.”

Dark as the themes were on Title of Record, the album was melodically diverse, offering a more radio-friendly sound than Short Bus, with lush, vocal harmonies, introspective lyrics and even touches of psychedelia. Perhaps the best example of this is in the album’s second single, “Take a Picture,” which would go on to become the band’s biggest hit. Written about Patrick’s inebriated antics on a plane trip, the languid melodies portrayed the musician’s state of mind at the time. “[The song had] this luscious bed of gorgeous chords and dreamy sound because itʼs what drugs feel like,” explains Patrick (who has been sober since 2002). “It was the reality of being a drug addict or an alcoholic – Iʼm either dreaming or Iʼm not.”

Upon its release, Title of Record went top 30 on the Billboard 200, and nearly a year of touring followed.

Listening to the album again, 20 years later, Patrick reflects, “'Title of Record' is Filter’s crowning achievement. Our signature album. It’s amazing how much I loved making this record even though it almost killed me.”

Following the success of Title of Record, Filter would release five more albums, while Patrick would also join The Damning Well (featuring members of Nine Inch Nails, A Perfect Circle, and Limp Bizkit) and Army of Anyone (a collaboration with brothers Dean and Robert DeLeo of Stone Temple Pilots). In 2018, it was announced that Brian Liesegang and Richard Patrick had reunited. The duo is currently working on a new album together.

Click here to stream/download the first single “Take A Picture (Live).”
Click here to pre-order Title of Record on CD or LP, exclusive bundles available at and the Craft Recordings store.

Track listing:

1. Sand
2. Welcome To The Fold
3. Captain Bligh
4. It’s Gonna Kill Me
5. The Best Things
6. Take A Picture
7. Skinny
8. I Will Lead You
9. Cancer
10. I’m Not The Only One
11. Miss Blue
12. Jurassitol
13. (Can’t You) Trip Like I Do
14. Take a Picture – H&H Remix
15. The Best Things – Humble Brothers Remix

The Hold Steady is back and 'Thrashing Thru The Passion'

The Hold Steady's new album, Thrashing Thru The Passion, is due Aug. 16 via Frenchkiss Records. It is available now for pre-order. Fans can also receive access to exclusive album bundles, including such extras as limited edition clear vinyl, poster, lithograph and enamel pin set. All pre-orders will come with a free download of the new song, "Denver Haircut," which is also available now at all DSPs.

"'Denver Haircut' is a story about a guy who has chance meet up that takes him to a few different locations before leaving him alone and cashless in a strange hotel room," says the band's lead singer Craig Finn. "Steve Selvidge (guitarist) brought in the music to this song and everyone felt it immediately, it was really fun to play. The story unfolded quickly too. When recording, we remarked that it sounded like it could kick off an album...and so here we are."


Thrashing Thru The Passion collects five new songs recorded this year alongside five others released digitally between November 2017 and March 2019.

"I've been saying for a few years now - since Franz came back- that this six piece lineup of The Hold Steady is the best band we've ever been," says Finn. "The new songs recorded by this version of the band are super exciting to us. It's been a very fun and creative period for The Hold Steady."

A series of live show weekends in America take place in Seattle, Chicago, Nashville and  Boston, with the fourth annual "Massive Nights" event at NY's Brooklyn Bowl. For complete details and ticket information, please visit

The Hold Steady is: Bobby Drake (drums), Craig Finn (vocals), Tad Kubler (guitar, vocals), Franz Nicolay (keyboards), Galen Polivka (bass), and Steve Selvidge (guitar, vocals).

Tour dates:

15-17 - Seattle, WA - The Crocodile
22 - Chicago, IL - Thalia Hall
23 - Chicago, IL - Empty Bottle - SOLD OUT
24 - Chicago, IL - Thalia Hall - SOLD OUT

5-7 - Nashville, TN - Basement East
12-15 - Boston, VA - The Sinclair

4-7 - Brooklyn, NY - Brooklyn Bowl - (December 7 SOLD OUT)

Track listing:

1. Denver Haircut
2. Epaulets
3. You Did Good Kid
4. Traditional Village
5. Blackout Sam
6. Entitlement Crew
7. T-Shirt Tux
8. Star 18
9. The Stove & The Toaster
10. Confusion In The Marketplace

Peter Frampton's farewell tour and new album

Peter Frampton's farewell tour has begun. The singer/guitarist marked a first in his long and distinguished career as All Blues, Frampton's first-ever blues album with Peter Frampton Band, debuted at #1 on the Billboard Blues Albums Chart in the U.S. The new collection, released via UMe, also is his best overall sales numbers and chart positions since the release of Fingerprints in 2006. All Blues is available HERE.

All Blues features Frampton and his longtime touring band made up of Adam Lester (guitar/vocals), Rob Arthur (keyboards/guitar/vocals) and Dan Wojciechowski (drums) doing some of Frampton’s favorite blues classics like “Can’t Judge A Book By Its Cover,” “She Caught The Katy,” “The Thrill Is Gone,” “I Just Want To Make Love To You,” and “Georgia On My Mind.” It features collaborations with Kim Wilson, Larry Carlton, Sonny Landreth and Steve Morse.

The vinyl edition will be available as a double LP and also as a limited edition translucent blue color pressing on Aug. 16 exclusively at The double LP includes the bonus track “I Feel So Good” (written by Big Bill Broonzy, originally performed by Muddy Waters).

After the current jaunt, Frampton will retire from regular touring at the end of this year due to his diagnosis of the autoimmune disease Inclusion Body Myositis. IBM is a progressive muscle disorder characterized by muscle inflammation, weakness and atrophy.

Frampton discussed his diagnosis with CBS “This Morning: Saturday,” watch the segment HERE, and also recently discussed on the Consequence of Sound Podcast, listen HERE.

The tour will feature the Peter Frampton Band, plus Steve Mackey on bass. Special guests include Jason Bonham’s Led Zeppelin Evening, as well as Julian Frampton Band on the west coast stops. Tickets are on sale now and VIP packages will also be available at $1 of every ticket sold, as well as any donations, will benefit The Peter Frampton Myositis Research Fund at Johns Hopkins, a newly established fund by Frampton and Johns Hopkins, where he’s being treated.

Track listing:

1. I Just Want To Make Love To You (featuring Kim Wilson)
2. She Caught The Katy
3. Georgia On My Mind
4. Can’t Judge A Book By The Cover
5. Me And My Guitar
6. All Blues (featuring Larry Carlton)
7. The Thrill Is Gone (featuring Sonny Landreth)
8. Going Down Slow (featuring Steve Morse)
9. I’m A King Bee
10. Same Old Blues

Tour dates:

6/22—Wetumpka, AL—Wind Creek Casino & Hotel
6/23—Chattanooga, TN—Tivoli Theatre
6/26—Memphis, TN—Orpheum Theatre
6/27—Nashville, TN—Ascend Amphitheater*
6/29—Salamanca, NY—Seneca Allegany Resort & Casino*
6/30—Bethel, NY—Bethel Woods Center for the Arts*
7/2—Pittsburgh, PA—Benedum Center for the Performing Arts
7/3—Syracuse, NY—St. Joseph’s Health Amphitheater at Lakeview*
7/5—Montreal, QC—Montreal Jazz Fest- Place des Arts: Salle Wilfrid-Pelletier
7/7—Gilford, NH—Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion*
7/9—Boston, MA—Rockland Trust Bank Pavilion*
7/10—Philadelphia, PA—The Met Philadelphia*
7/12—Cincinnati, OH—Riverbend Music Center*
7/13—Stayner, ON—Roxodus Music Festival
7/23—Interlochen, MI—Interlochen Center for the Arts-Kresge Auditorium
7/25—Clarkston, MI—DTE Energy Music Theatre*
7/26—Morgantown, WV—MountainFest Motorcycle Rally*
7/28—Chicago, IL—Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island*
7/29—Cedar Rapids, IA—McGrath Amphitheatre
7/31—Morrison, CO—Red Rocks Amphitheatre
8/2—Hinckley, MN—Grand Casino Hinckley Amphitheater*
8/4—Maryland Heights, MO—Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre*
8/5—Kansas City, MO—Starlight Theatre*
8/8—Cuyahoga Falls, OH—Blossom Music Center*
8/11—Alpharetta, GA—Ameris Bank Amphitheatre at Encore Park*
8/16-21—Keeping the Blues Alive at Sea Mediterranean
8/30—Charlotte, NC—PNC Music Pavilion*
9/1—Saratoga Springs, NY—Saratoga Performing Arts Center*
9/2—Uncasville, CT—Mohegan Sun Arena*
9/4—Jacksonville, FL—Daily’s Place*
9/6—West Palm Beach, FL—Coral Sky Amphitheatre at the S. Florida Fairgrounds*
9/7—Tampa, FL—MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre at the FL State Fairgrounds*
9/10—Simpsonville, SC—CCNB Amphitheatre at Heritage Park*
9/11—Washington, DC—The Anthem*
9/13—New York, NY—Madison Square Garden*
9/14—Raleigh, NC—Coastal Credit Union Music Park at Walnut Creek*
9/20-21—Dallas, TX—Crossroads Festival @ American Airlines Center
9/21—Irving, TX—Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion presented by Huntsman*
9/22—The Woodlands, TX—The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory*
9/24—Albuquerque, NM—Sandia Resort & Casino*
9/26—Phoenix, AZ—Comerica Theatre*
9/28—Las Vegas, NV—Red Rock Resort Spa & Casino
9/29—Temecula, CA—Pechanga Casino-Pechanga Summit*
10/2—San Diego, CA—Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre at SDSU*
10/3—Paso Robles, CA—Vina Robles Amphitheatre*
10/5—Inglewood, CA—The Forum*
10/6—Tuolumne, CA—Black Oak Casino Resort-Westside Pavilion*
10/9—Seattle, WA—Paramount Theatre*
10/10—Ridgefield, OR—Ilani Resort & Casino-Cowlitz Ballroom*
10/12—Concord, CA—Concord Pavilion*

*with Jason Bonham’s Led Zeppelin Evening

The Revivalists news

photo: Zachery Michael/Loma Vista Recordings
The Revivalists have announced new West Coast tour dates in September, with a general on-sale Friday at 10am PST.

For details, visit The band's U.S. tour continues throughout the year with sets at various festivals.

Latest album Take Good Care (Loma Vista Recordings) includes hit songs such as "All My Friends", "Change," (which became the band's third Mediabase #1 in a row at the format) and new single "Oh No" which is climbing the Triple A chart.

Frontman David Shaw's Big River Get Down will take place on Sept. 6-7 at RiversEdge Amphitheater in his hometown of Hamilton, Ohio. The festival proceeds are being donated to the city's 4th of July fireworks and RiversEdge Concert Series. Since its inception in 2015, the Big River Get Down has donated more than $80,000 to these events and has helped attract other talented musicians to perform free concerts at RiversEdge Amphitheater. See

The Revivalists had playing for 10 years when their now platinum-selling single "Wish I Knew You" took off. Amassing more than 300 million total streams, the band has performed on numerous television shows and have an upcoming appearance on Austin City Limits.  The members are: Shaw [lead vocals, guitar], Zack Feinberg [guitar], Andrew Campanelli[drums], George Gekas [bass], Ed Williams [pedal steel guitar], Rob Ingraham [saxophone], Michael Girardot [keyboard, trumpet], and PJ Howard [drums, percussion].

Tour dates:

June 21 Atlantic City, NJ @ Borgata
June 22 Queens, NY @ Forest Hills Stadium - ALT 92.3 Summer Open
July 19 Jacksonville, FL @ TIAA Bank Field
August 3 Chicago, IL @ Vic Theatre
August 4 Grant Park, IL @ Lollapalooza
August 8 Bethlehem, PA @ Musikfest
August 10 Redmond, WA @ 107.7 Summer Camp
August 11 Portland, OR @ Crystal Ballroom
August 17 Columbus, OH @ CAS (WonderBus Music & Arts Festival)
August 20 Nantucket, MA @ The Chicken Box
August 21 Nantucket, MA @ The Chicken Box
August 23 Arrington, VA @ Infinity Downs & Oak Ridge Farm - LOCKN' Festival
August 24 Atlanta, GA @ Fox Theatre
August 28 Nashville, TN @ Ascend Amphitheater
August 29 Birmingham, AL @ Avondale Brewing Company
August 31 New Braunfels, TX @ Whitewater Amphitheatre
September 7 Hamilton, OH @ David Shaw's Big River Get Down
September 13 Berkeley, CA @ The Greek Theatre at UC Berkeley
September 15 Del Mar, CA @ KAABOO DEL MAR
September 21 Morrison, CO @ Red Rocks Amphitheatre 
September 26 Paso Robles, CA @ Vina Robles Amphitheatre
September 27 Los Angeles, CA @ Greek Theatre
October 20 Memphis, TN @ Mempho Music Festival

An interview with Nicole Henry; Redlands Bowl show in California on Friday

photo: Matthew Murphy/courtesy of the artist
Broadway and Beyond
Featuring Nicole Henry
Music Director Frank Fetta and the Redlands Symphony Orchestra

When: 8 p.m. June 21
Where: Redlands Bowl, 25 Grant St.

The Redlands Bowl Summer Music Festival kicks off its 96th season in stellar fashion on Friday with an ode to the Great White Way. Nicole Henry will sing selections from The Wiz, Dreamgirls, West Side Story, Les Miserables and others backed by the Redlands Symphony Orchestra.

A Philadelphia native, the singer majored in theater at the University of Miami. Around the same time, she was featured vocalist on tracks by progressive house and trance DJ/producer Noel W. Sanger. “Miracle,” their 1998 pairing with Westbrook Project, reached the Billboard Dance Club chart. Then Henry toured as a background singer for Robert Bradley’s Blackwater Surprise and later became interested in jazz music.

Debut release “The Nearness of You” emerged in 2004 and immediately drew attention in Japan, where it hit the top 10. Since then, Henry has put out five more full-length albums and an EP, encompassing studio and live recordings. Three went top 30 on Billboard’s jazz chart, while two live cover songs - Rose Royce’s “Love Don’t Live Here Anymore” and Bob Marley & the Wailers’ “Waiting in Vain” - fared even better on the trade magazine’s Smooth Jazz Songs tally. Henry won a Soul Train Music Award in ’13 and sang The National Anthem at the Orange Bowl last year.

We connected with Henry - who has cited Dinah Washington and Sarah Vaughn as influences and possesses an expressive, soulful voice that often recalls Whitney Houston and Natalie Cole - via email about her first IE appearance.

Question: What are your thoughts about appearing at the Redlands Bowl?
Answer: It’s fabulous to be part of the beautiful “offering” that is Redlands Bowl Performing Arts. It’s just wonderful that the vision of the Bowl was to give all people free access to the arts. I’m a firm believer that the arts shape and reflect a civilization. When arts are supported in this way, it allows for community, conversation, understanding, learning, expression, fun and a collective celebration. So, I feel tasked with a fabulous responsibility.

Q: Will the “Broadway and Beyond” concert include your personal picks from the musicals and ones that work best with an orchestra?

A: As a lover of big and beautiful music, I think any song can work with orchestra. These are definitely some of my favorites, but this is only my first batch of [live] songs for an orchestra.

Q: You've done Diana Ross’ "Home" from The Wiz before on your 2013 live album “So Good, So Right.” Is that a chance it will make the setlist?
A: Yes, I’d bet good money on that.

Q: Since you earned a degree in theater, is singing compositions musicals extra special for you?

A: Just being able to sing professionally for the last 18 years has been an incredible blessing. I’m fortunate to have been a direct part of so many people’s lives. So, it’s all special for me.

Q: Does preparing for the orchestral format present more challenges than your usual jazz or R&B-oriented concert?

A: It is a wonderful combination of limitations and freedom compared to a smaller format. Usually I’m with a quartet or quintet, where you can extend a song live, give more solos or talk in between a song. But you can’t even begin to consider anything like that when you’ve got 70+ people going in one direction. Once that train leaves the station it is not stopping. The freedom and fun of vocally soaring over 70+ musical voices is unlike any other. Maybe it’s something like skydiving, ballroom dancing and crowd-surfing all in one.

Q: Having studied cello when you were young, do you ever find yourself watching cellists play during lyrical breaks in the songs at orchestral concerts?
A: Absolutely; although I try to save that for rehearsals because it’s easy to get lost in observing and miss my cue to come back in. Playing the cello is such a fulfilling experience. You feel the music in your core.

Q: On the impressive “Summer Sessions” EP, your smooth acoustic covers of Coldplay (“Magic”) and Howard Jones (“No One is to Blame”) were especially memorable. What was your goal with the 2015 James Bryan collaboration?
A: That guitar/vocal duo project was truly a reflection of my love for that format - songs in their simplest form: stripped down to their essence. I love acoustic music and I love a great lyric. I love all kinds of music and songwriters. I hope that is not my last project like that.

Q: Last year, you put out a luxurious jazz take on the standard "Moon River." Are there any new recordings planned this year?

A: I’ve been working on a couple projects. I’m hoping to release a tribute to Nancy Wilson soon. The producer of my orchestra project, Kevin Surace, and I should be working on [another one] soon too. The [earliest] new release will likely be early 2020.

This article also appeared in the summer edition of Redlands Magazine and was posted to SCNG newspapers' sites online.

Friday, June 14, 2019

Sheryl Crow duets album details

Sheryl Crow’s forthcoming album of collaborations, THREADS, is available for pre-order now ahead of the Aug. 30 release on The Valory Music Co. Unveiling the cover art and full track list today, she premiered “Still The Good Old Days” featuring Joe Walsh.

During a run of European tour dates, she will perform the song on The Graham Norton Show, airing tonight at 10:40P GMT on BBC One. Crow shared, “’Still The Good Old Days’ totally captures what Joe and I believe about getting older…that life is still fun no matter what stage of life you are at, and that living isn’t just for the young.”

Watch behind-the-scenes footage:

Further elaborating on the project, Crow reflected, “I became inspired to record an album of musical experiences with the legacy artists who inspired me to want to be a great songwriter, musician, and producer. It is a celebration with them, and a tribute to them. Just as importantly, I wanted to work with younger artists on this record, who I believe will pick up the torch and continue to light the way for humanity with their stories and their songs for many years to come. Their music inspires me every day.”

Track list:

1. Prove You Wrong ft. Stevie Nicks & Maren Morris
2. Live Wire ft. Bonnie Raitt & Mavis Staples
3. Tell Me When It’s Over ft. Chris Stapleton
4. Story Of Everything ft. Chuck D, Andra Day & Gary Clark Jr.
5. Beware Of Darkness ft. Eric Clapton, Sting & Brandi Carlile
6. Redemption Day ft. Johnny Cash
7. Cross Creek Road ft. Lukas Nelson (digital/physical) / ft. Margo Price (vinyl)
8. Everything Is Broken ft. Jason Isbell
9. The Worst ft. Keith Richards
10. Lonely Alone ft. Willie Nelson
11. Border Lord ft. Kris Kristofferson
12. Still The Good Old Days ft. Joe Walsh
13. Wouldn’t Want To Be Like You ft. St. Vincent*
14. Don’t ft. Lucius
15. Nobody’s Perfect ft. Emmylou Harris**
16. Flying Blind ft. James Taylor
17. For The Sake Of Love ft. Vince Gill

Produced by Steve Jordan
*Produced by Jeff Trott
**Produced by Sheryl Crow and Jeff Trott

Out now: Chely Wright EP 'Revival'

Over the past decade—on projects like 2010’s Lifted off the Ground, produced by Rodney Crowell, and 2016’s I Am the Rain, produced by Joe Henry—singer-songwriter and LGBT activist Chely Wright had used her songwriting as a salve to soothe the emotional turmoil that accompanied her extraordinary journey from Nashville star to introspective storyteller.

Her latest EP Revival is something different. “The fractured state, the fissures that defined me—that was what my records were about, without my even knowing it,” Wright says. “I’m not as broken as I used to be. I can be so happy right now, and I can sing about being happy. Or I can have a lousy day and I can sing about that. Or I can talk about how hard marriage is. All that’s OK.”

The songs were co-produced and co-written by Jeremy Lister and multi-instrumentalist Dustin Ransom. 

Wright explains that they made a point of not letting her veer too close to the tones and themes of her previous music. “Jeremy and Dustin steered me toward narratives that celebrate this idea of, ‘You’re actually the best you’ve ever been as a human.’ That was news to me,” Wright says. “They were able to see, ‘This is a woman who is ready to celebrate where she is at the age of 48. I loved that.’”

On Wright-Lister songs like the duet “Say the Word” and the title track, Wright said she thought "about past relationships I’ve had, and they will never leave me. It’s something my wife, Lauren, and I talk about a lot.

"Those women will be a part of our current relationship, because they helped form who we are. ‘Revival’ is about forgiveness."

“The song also speaks to a hope that I know I’m missing right now,” Wright adds. “I wake up and I’m feeling hopeless about a lot of things in the world and our government, in our public discourse. I like that that song stakes a claim on humanity and healing.”

Listen to Chely Wright's EP Revival here

About Chely Wright:

Wright emerged on the national country-music scene nearly three decades ago. She earned her first major-label deal in 1993; the Academy of Country Music’s Top New Female Vocalist Award in ’95; and her first Top 40 country hit, “Shut Up and Drive,” in ’97. In 2010, Wright released her Random House memoir, Like Me: Confessions of a Heartland Country Singer, and forever altered the social landscape of Nashville. In the end, her identity as both an artist who embodies country music’s core values—a dedicated person of faith and a patriot, Wright was playing for the troops long before most artists considered doing it—and a strong gay woman made her an ideal catalyst for changing hearts and minds.

Currently based in New York City, Wright is now able to convey the entirety of her journey on her terms exclusively. “That’s my view now—the long game,” she says. “As far as touring, I love it more than I ever loved touring before. I have a lot of stories to tell.”

Track listing:

1. Say the Word (featuring Jeremy Lister)
2. Revival
3. I Will
4. As Long As I’m Your Lover
5. Just When I Need You

Tour dates:

7/8 NYC
8/10 Nashville, TN
8/14 Decatur, GA
8/15 Knoxville, TN
8/16 Charlotte, NC

9/10 Ann Arbor, MI
9/11 Chicago, IL
9/12 Milwaukee, WI
9/15 Newark, OH

Out now: Bastille's 'Doom Days'

Bastille’s new album, Doom Days, was released today by Virgin Records and is now available everywhere. It includes the new single, “Joy,” as well as “Quarter Past Midnight,” which topped the Mediabase Alternative chart. The band members chat about the concept and making of the album in this new clip.

On June 21, Bastille will perform in Central Park as part of ABC’s “Good Morning America” Summer Concert series. Tickets are on sale now for the GRAMMY®-nominated, Brit-winning band’s fall North American tour. Online ticket order purchased for most of the U.S. dates on the fall tour will include a CD of the new album. See below for itinerary.

In the days leading up to the release of Doom Days, Bastille threw open the doors to its virtual reality house party. At the Doom Days house, fans can explore the many rooms and unlock memories to piece together the events of an unforgettable night. Amazon gave fans a preview of the album with “Doom Nights,” an exclusive pre-album listening experience with 11 narrative clips – one for each song on the album. An edition of the album that features these clips interwoven throughout the release is now available exclusively on Amazon.

The official video for “Joy,” which can be seen HERE, features real CCTV footage embellished by directors Brain Wash and offers a humorous look at the things people do when they think no one’s watching. Last week, the band released the video for another track off the album, “Those Nights.”

U.S. tour dates:

9/16 | Philadelphia, PA | The Met
9/17 | Boston, MA| Rockland Trust Bank Pavilion
9/18 | Montreal, QC | Place Bell ^
9/20 | Toronto, ON | Budweiser Stage ^
9/21 | Washington, DC | Anthem
9/22 | Pittsburgh, PA | Stage AE
9/24 | New York, NY | Hulu Theater at Madison Square Garden
9/27 | Uncasville, CT | Mohegan Sun Arena
9/28 | Richmond, VA | Virginia Credit Union LIVE!
9/29 | Columbus, OH | Express Live!
10/1 | Detroit, MI | Masonic Temple Theatre
10/2 | Chicago, IL | Chicago Theatre
10/4 | Denver, CO | The Mission Ballroom
10/5 | Salt Lake City, UT | Saltair
10/7 |Portland, OR | Theatre of The Clouds @ Moda Center
10/8 | Vancouver, BC | Doug Mitchell Thunderbird Arena
10/9 | Seattle, WA | WAMU Theatre
10/11 | Berkeley, CA | Greek Theatre
10/12 | Los Angeles, CA | Greek Theatre
10/13 | San Diego, CA | CalCoastal Credit Union Open Air Theatre
10/15 | Phoenix, AZ | Comerica Theatre
10/17 | Dallas, TX |South Side Ballroom
10/18 | Houston, TX | White Oak Music Hall Lawn
10/19 | Austin, TX | Austin 360 Amphitheater
10/21 | Birmingham, AL | BJCC
10/22 | Nashville, TN | Municipal Auditorium
10/23 | Atlanta, GA | Roxy Theatre
10/25 | Raleigh, NC | Red Hat Amphitheater
10/26 | Jacksonville, FL | Daily’s Place Amphitheater
10/27 | Miami, FL | Bayfront Park Amphitheater
10/29 | Mexico City, MX | Pepsi Center ^
^ Doom Days album not included with online ticket purchase

Out now: Noel Gallagher's new EP; touring America in August with Smashing Pumpkins

Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds have released the Black Star Dancing EP today. It is available digitally and on 12” vinyl. 

Check out the "Rattling Rose" lyric video here and a performance of  "Black Star Dancing": video.

Noel says of “Rattling Rose,” “It manages to combine the influences of Chris Rea, Chris De Burgh, Mike and the Mechanics and Slipknot FFS!!! I may have eaten too many gummy bears recently … anyway it’s ‘jolly good’ … not my words but the words of David Cameron who literally did the hokey cokey at Soho Farmhouse when he heard it.” ***

Track listing:

1. Black Star Dancing
2. Rattling Rose
3. Sail On
4. Black Star Dancing (12” Mix)
5. Black Star Dancing (The Reflex Revision)

North American tour dates:

August 8th – Camden, NJ, BB&T Pavilion
August 9th – Wantagh, NY, Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater
August 10th – Darien Center, NY, Darien Lake Amphitheater
August 13th – Toronto, ON, Budweiser Stage
August 14th – Detroit, MI, DTE Energy Music Theater
August 15th – Chicago, IL, Hollywood Casino Amphitheater
August 17th – Columbia, MD, Merriweather Post Pavilion
August 19th – Cleveland, OH, Blossom Music Center
August 20th – Charlotte, NC, PNC Music Pavilion
August 21st – Alpharetta, GA, Ameris Bank Amphitheater
August 23rd – Rogers, AR, Walmart AMP
August 24th – Dallas, TX, Dos Equis Pavilion
August 25th – Houston, TX, The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
August 28th – San Diego, CA, North Island Credit Union Amphitheater
August 29th – Irvine, CA, Five Point Amphitheater
August 31st – Mountain View CA, Shoreline Amphitheater
*** Some of the information included here may be factually incorrect.

Thursday, June 13, 2019

Orville Peck news

Orville Peck - the Toronto-based masked gay cowboy singer who makes Americana music that's somewhere between Johnny Cash, Chris Isaak and Roy Orbison - just unveiled the official video for “Hope To Die.” He extended an international tour schedule in support of the debut album Pony:

Pony was produced by Peck and features the official videos/singles “Dead of Night,”“Turn to Hate,” “Big Sky,” “Hope To Die” and “Buffalo Run.” It is available worldwide through Sub Pop Mega Mart, Royal Mountain Records, and select independent retailers.

See the Vogue video premiere: feature June 13th

Track listing:

1. Dead of Night
2. Winds Change
3. Turn To Hate
4. Buffalo Run
5. Queen of the Radio
6. Kansas (Remembers Me Now)
7. Old River
8. Big Sky
9. Roses Are Falling
10. Take You Back (The Iron Hoof Cattle Call)
11. Hope to Die
12. Nothing Fades Like the Light 

Tour dates:

Jul. 05 - Calgary, AB - Calgary Stampede*
Jul. 14 - Guelph, ON - Hillside Festival
Jul. 18 - Field, ON - River & Sky Festival
Jul. 27 - West Grey, ON - Crystal Lake Music Festival
Aug. 03 - London, UK - Visions Festival
Aug. 07 - Oslo, NO - Oya Festival
Aug. 08 - Gothenburg, SE - Way Out West Festival
Aug. 10 - Venlo, NL - Zomerparkfeest
Aug. 14 - Santa Ana, CA - The Observatory
Aug. 15 - San Diego, CA - The Casbah
Aug. 17 - Los Angeles, CA - The Troubadour (SOLD OUT)
Aug. 18 - Los Angeles, CA - The Troubadour (SOLD OUT)
Aug. 19 - San Francisco, CA - Swedish American Music Hall (SOLD OUT)
Aug. 21 - Ogden, UT - Ogden Amphitheater**
Aug. 22 - Boise, ID - Knitting Factory**
Aug. 23 - Portland, OR - Keller Auditorium**
Aug. 24 - Fort Worden, WA - The Thing
Aug. 26 - Victoria, BC - Capital Ballroom
Aug. 27 - Vancouver, BC - Commodore Ballroom
Sep. 06 - Raleigh, NC - Hopscotch Music Festival
Sep. 12 - Lansdowne Park, OT - City Folk Festival
Sep. 18 - Montreal, QC - La Sala Rossa
Sep. 19 - Somerville, MA - ONCE Ballroom
Sep. 20 - Brooklyn, NY - Music Hall of Williamsburg (SOLD OUT)
Sep. 21 - Washington, DC - Union Stage
Sep. 24 - Atlanta, GA - The Purgatory Room at The Masquerade (SOLD OUT)
Sep. 25 - Ybor City, FL - Crowbar
Sep. 26 - Orlando, FL - The Social
Sep. 28 - New Orleans, LA - Gasa Gasa
Sep. 30 - Houston, TX - White Oak Music Hall
Oct. 01 - Dallas, TX - Club Dada
Oct. 03 - Kansas City, MO - The Record Bar
Oct. 04 - St. Louis, MO - Blueberry Hill
Oct. 05 - Chicago, IL - Lincoln Hall
Oct. 06 - Grand Rapids, MI - The Pyramid Scheme
Oct. 08 - Columbus, OH - Ace of Cups (SOLD OUT)
Oct. 09 - Cleveland, OH - Grog Shop
Oct. 10 - Philadelphia, PA - The Foundry
Oct. 12 - Austin, TX - Austin City Limits Festival
Oct. 15 - Brooklyn, NY - Music Hall of Williamsburg
Oct. 18 - Toronto, ON - Lee’s Palace (SOLD OUT)
Oct. 22 - Dublin, IE - The Grand Social
Oct. 23 - Glasgow, UK - Mono
Oct. 24 - Leeds, UK - Brudenell Social Club
Oct. 27 - Brighton, UK - Green Door Store
Oct. 28 - London, UK - Scala
Oct. 30 - Manchester, UK - YES (Pink Room)
Oct. 31 - Antwerp, BE - Filter Festival
Nov. 04 - Copenhagen, DK - Loppen
Nov. 08 - Hamburg, DE - Nochtwache
Nov. 09 - Berlin, DE - Maze
Nov. 10 - Munich, DE - Folks! Club
Nov. 12 - Zurich, CH - Rote Fabrik
Nov. 13 - Turin, IT - Maison Musique
Nov. 14 - Bologna, IT - TPO ^
Nov. 19 - Madrid, ES - Wurlitzer
Nov. 20 - Barcelona, ES - Sidecar
Nov. 22 - Milan, IT - Linecheck Festival

* w/ Feist
** w/ Calexico and Iron & Wine
^ w/ Deerhunter