Page Too Report for 03/15/2018
Lipa will now miss her previously scheduled gigs on March 14-15 at the Brisbane Entertainment Centre. "I'm so sorry to have to cancel some of my support shows with Bruno Mars," the singer shared on Twitter this morning (March 14). "I've been performing with an awful pain due to my wisdom teeth and as advised by my dentist and oral surgeon I have had to have them imminently removed."
"I have been enjoying this tour so much and I'm so upset that life has gotten in the way but hopefully I'll have a speedy recovery and make it back as soon as possible," she added. "Thank you for your understanding." Read morehere.
The show will feature special guests Hootie and the Blowfish, Luke Combs and Lauren Alaina. Tickets for the show go on sale March 23, with a special presale set for March 20. Get concert details right here.
Aldean made the announcement on social media. See the tweet along with the announcement video for the very special hometown showhere.
on Tuesday night, the former *NSYNC singer kicked off the album's world tour with the first of two sold-out shows in Toronto, Ontario. Timberlake's set list included a mix of new material, such as "Flannel" and "Supplies" from Man Of The Woods and throwback hits like "Senorita" and "SexyBack."
The set took fans on a journey through the 16 years of JT's solo stardom. It also included an eclectic medley of covers: "Dreams" by Fleetwood Mac, "Ex-Factor" by Lauryn Hill, "Come Together" by the Beatles and "Thank God I'm A Country Boy" by John Denver. Timberlake performed with a 15-piece band on a set that included trees, laser projectors and a giant Man Of The Woods logo. Check out the tour opening setlisthere.
The black-and-white footage shows Camila rehearsing with backup dancers and checking in with technical pros. The minute-long clip is backed by her song "Into It," and Camila captioned the tweet, "#NeverBeTheSameTour in the making," with purple heart and crystal ball emojis.
Cabello's tour kicks off April 9 in Vancouver. The singer is also scheduled to open select dates of Taylor Swift's Reputation Tour. Watch the teaser for the Never Be The Same Tourhere.
The time-traveling clip opens with the rapper waking up in a back alley looking beat up and worse for wear. When he stumbles into a nearby doorway, he's transported to the Roaring '20s. There, he drinks to excess as he lords over a Prohibition-era party.
With Charlie Puth hanging out on a rooftop singing the hook, G-Eazy commits adultery in the 1950s, trips with hippies in the '60s, and snorts himself into oblivion in the '80s before landing in the '90s at drug-fueled rave. Watch the NSFW cliphere.
Swift shared the rehearsal videos on Instagram, featuring the singer clad in athleisure wear working on the moves synced up with the final product from the finished piece.
Watch Swift work it out and make it perfect in the pair of Instagram behind-the-scenes videos that can be streamedhere.
Miley just shared images from her performance that night and backstage as she posed with Sam Smith. The special was filmed January 30 at Madison Square Garden, two days after this year's Recording Academy ceremony.
In addition to Cyrus and Smith, artists like Ed Sheeran, Lady Gaga, Chris Martin, Kesha, John Legend made appearances. John himself (who recently announced his retirement from touring) also performed to celebrate his decades-long career in music.
Sir Elton will cap his live career with a farewell tour encompassing 300 dates on 5 continents through 2021. See Miley's photoshere.
All of the material in the set will be new, rare or previously unreleased. Music for the project was originally featured at the Venice Biennale, the Marble Palace in St. Petersburg, Ritan Park in Beijing, the Sydney Opera House and the Astana Expo in Kazakhstan, and more, reports Spin.
Both versions will include A 64-page booklet and photographs from the original exhibitions. That is not the only special release that Eno has coming up. Read morehere.
In a web extra, Colbert and Johnson tried to collaborate on a second song: Mason Jenning's 'I Love You and Buddha, Too," which didn't go quite as smoothly.
Following their collective performance, the unassuming Johnson delivered 'Big Sur," from his current album All the Light Above It Too. See all the performanceshere.
The remaining seven shows will only be available to YouTube Red subscribers. In a press release, the show is described as "an intimate eyewitness account of their star-making, sold-out world tour," and a 'personal portrayal dedicated to each other and to their fans across the globe.
"It celebrates the triumph of their friendship as they overcome hardships together, and shows their growth and hard work as BTS continues on the path to grow into pioneering artists of worldwide renown." Read morehere.
The saga began with West's song, "No More Parties in L.A.," during which he raps the line: "I wish I dressed as fresh as Shia LaBeouf." It was enough to spark a visit to LaBeouf's home to talk about a possible art collaboration. West's plan: a pop-up shop featuring the actor's clothing.
'Around the same time, I took my mother to his concert. She is, of course, obsessed with Kanye West," LaBeouf told Esquire. "When I brought her backstage, he was a f—ing sweetheart to her. And it just felt fair. So I'm like, 'Go for it, my guy. Take everything you want.' And he did. He took all my f—ing clothes. Me and him haven't really been in contact since he blew up onstage and, you know, s— on me." Read morehere.
Some songs can be a wrestling match and others not. This one falls in the latter category. I find the recording process to be a great source of creativity and inspiration, building things from nothing, adding colors to a blank canvas. The concept behind the album Future Country is having a variety of artists add their unique voices to compositions other than their own. It's a recording project, not a band. There will be no tours but perhaps some live re-creations of the album in its entirety. The County Well is what we call the band of musicians who joined to create. We call it Future Country because we are using drum loops and modern technology with classic acoustic instruments.
Turns out the recording situation for a lot of artists can be quite stressful. Seeing the little red recording light go on and knowing that the next musical choices made are going down in history can be daunting. Having a bottle of whiskey in the studio and this situation occurring, before noon, well, there you have it. With "Noon" in the title the topic of time was easily introduced, and who doesn't like to write lyrics about time. The chorus, "It's too late or it's too soon for whiskey before noon" was born as the artist took a sip and we looked at the clock. The rest rolled out in minutes. The music was a jaunty, rolling piece I had written on a nylon string guitar sitting on the couch watching football. It was waiting for lyrics. This was also the first piece of music written and recorded in my new studio, in my new hometown of Hailey, Idaho. I had been introduced to Alyssa Joy Claffey by a musical friend and found she played violin. I had never recorded a violin player and there she was, right on cue for the solo section of "whiskey" as it was being assembled. Weeks before I had needed something mastered and was put in touch with a local engineer. "Do you play bass," I asked. You bet. I emailed Gary Carlson the original track and he laid down a beautifully funky bass line and emailed it back in days. I had Graham Guest from Houston-based Moses Guest visiting from Marin County and had him add vocal and guitar. It was almost there. When Michael Blumenstein from Boise band Bread and Circus was in town for a gig, I had him come in to add acoustic guitar and a little whiskey rap that brought it all together. The musicians were never all in the same room at the same time.
In today's music world, bands are out there on their own, trying to promote themselves and build an audience that cares about them, with no outside help. The Country Well concept is attempting to join some of these talents together to help support these communities of artists outside their own band for the good of all.
Hearing is believing. Now that you know the story behind the song, listen for yourself and grab a free download of the songright here!
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