Day in Rock Report for 01/10/2019
The song comes from Morton's debut solo album "Anethestic", which is set to hit stores on March 1st. Check out the online steam of the Bennington collaboration here.
Mark says of working with Chester on the track, that it "was a very free-flowing and natural process. We both really loved the song from its inception and everyone that worked on it put a lot of energy and emotion into it. I feel like you can really hear that in the track, and absolutely in Chester's performance."
On hand to promote his latest project - "Geddy Lee's Big Beautiful Book Of Bass" - the rocker will be interviewed by bandmate Lifeson before hosting a book-signing alongside an all-day Shine A Light exhibit that will showcase some of Lee's globe-spanning bass guitars and the stories behind them, while fans will also be able to watch footage of Rush's 2013 induction from the Rock Hall's vault throughout the day in the Museum's Forest City Theater.
Tickets are $100 for Rock Hall members and $125 for non-members and will be available at ticketing.rockhall.com. Tickets go on sale to Rock Hall members at 10 a.m. EST on Thursday, January 10, and non-members at 10 a.m. EST on Friday, January 11.
There is a 2-ticket limit per transaction. Each ticket includes a copy of Lee's new book, access to the Hall of Fame interview and book signing, a commemorative credential, and access to the Rock Hall's exhibits, including the new Geddy Lee bass guitar exhibit. Read morehere.
In sync with the 50th anniversary of the iconic song, "Spying Through A Keyhole" presents two demos of the rocker's second UK Top 10 hit - and first to chart in the US - alongside seven other tunes from the era.
Most of the recordings are solo vocal and acoustic home demo performances, except for a version of "Space Oddity" Bowie did with musical partner John Hutchinson that features alternate lyrics to the official release.
"Due to the nature of some of the solo home demos where Bowie accompanied himself on acoustic guitar, the recording quality isn't always of a usual studio fidelity," notes a statement on the singer's website. "This is partly due to David's enthusiastic strumming hitting the red on a couple of the tracks, along with the limitations of the original recording equipment and tape degradation.
"However, the historical importance of these songs and the fact that the selections are from an archive of tracks cleared for release by Bowie, overrides this shortcoming."here.
A Rock Brigade Fan Club presale and VIP packages will go on sale Friday, January 11 at 10am local time, with genral public tickets available starting Friday, January 18 at 10am local time.
The group recently released a new greatest-hits collection entitled "The Story So Far - The Best Of Def Leppard." The package traces the band's singles and fan favorites from the third album, 1983's "Pyromania", to today, and includes a remix of the group's cover of David Essex's 1973 hit "Rock On", and recent take on Depeche Mode's 1989 single, "Personal Jesus." See the dateshere.
Dolmayan spoke with SOAD Mexico about the new album and said, "I'm still working on it - it'll be released within the next four months. All the songs are finished, but we're in the process of adding strings.
"There's some cool artists on it. Serj sang two songs and the Avenged Sevenfold singer M Shadows, he sang a song. I have a bunch of other friends. Tom Morello played guitar on a song. I know it's been forever, but it will be released."
The special event will be hosted by Jane Lynch, and apart from the Aerosmith performance, the gala will will include a VIP cocktail reception and dinner, live viewing of the 61st Annual Grammy Awards telecast, and live auction to support Janie's Fund.
Co-chair supporters for the event include Aerosmith, Lenny Kravitz, Scarlett Johansson, Kate Hudson, Michael Rapino, Mick Fleetwood, Shep Gordon, Tiffany Haddish, Sharon Stone, Ashlee Simpson & Evan Ross, Nina Dobrev, Cody Simpson, Alice Cooper, Caitlyn Jenner and Ciara.
"The journey to give these girls of Janie's Fund the opportunity to Live Out Loud continues and we're thrilled to present the 2nd annual Janie's Fund Gala. We won't stop until we meet our goal to give these girls the safety of home and a zest for life," Tyler said. "What we accomplished in 2018 was only the beginning and we will continue to spread the love and the word! It's so clear just by looking into the smiling faces and witnessing the spirit that surrounds this community that we've made an impact on the lives of these girls...there's no way we can stop now. We were completely taken aback by the overflow of support from our friends and family since the beginning. It's only because of that, we've been able to create a path that is helping these girls to find their VOICES...and giving them the chance to Live Out Loud is our top priority. In 2019, we're committed to ensuring that we can expand these programs so even more girls know and will have help to Reach For The Sky And Beyond!"
Derek Trucks had this to say, "This is the first record we've made where, when I listen to it, it puts me in a specific place. It puts me in a zone and hits some raw nerves."
Susan Tedeschi added, "We are very lucky to do what we do, and we take responsibility for creating something positive to counter all the negativity. We all have to deal with tragic circumstances at times. As a musician, I feel it's my job to go out there, kick ass the best I can and offer inspiration." Listen to the songhere.
Directed by Dexter Fletcher, the film - which follows Queen from their creation in 1970 through to their legendary 1985 Live Aid appearance - is a finalist in seven categories, including Outstanding British Film, Cinematography, Editing, Sound, Costume Design, and Make Up & Hair, as well as Leading Actor for Rami Malek in his role as Freddie Mercury.
"The Favourite" led all films with nominations in 12 categories, while "Bohemian Rhapsody", "First Man", "Roma" and "A Star Is Born" each picked up seven nods.
Hosted by Joanna Lumley and broadcast exclusively on BBC One, the BAFTA Awards will take place at London's Royal Albert Hall on Sunday, February 10. Read morehere.
Orion had this to say, "Since we began the writing process, Ecclesia Diabolica Catholica was a stand-out contender to be featured as a single and music video.
"As the song evolved during rehearsal and recording, it gained this lively, furious vibe which you hear now - thus it includes live performance elements which we've not done in quite some time."
Orion said of the new clip, "We are happy to work with Grupa 13 once again, and once again, they showed their super-professional approach at every step of the shooting and video production.
"Two separate locations, hours of preparation, but it was all worth it. In absentia dei, we evangelise! Enjoy!" Watch the videohere.
We were sent the following details: Leading the way this year with the most nominations is the keyboard whiz Anthony Geraci, who is in the running in six categories. The Boston-area musician is up for consideration for Song of the Year ("Angelina, Angelina"); Album of the Year and Traditional Blues Album (Why Did You Have To Go); Traditional Blues Male Artist; Pinetop Perkins Piano Player Award, and, with his group, the Boston Blues All-Stars, Band of the Year. If this six-pack isn't enough, Geraci also is a part of the band The Proven Ones, which garnered a Contemporary Blues Album nod for Wild Again. Furthermore, his fellow Proven Ones mates, Jimi Bott and Willie J. Campbell, are up for best drummer and bassist honors, respectively.
Also standing out are the sublime singer Shemekia Copeland and Chicago-based bluesman Nick Moss, who each are nominated in four categories. They both are battling Geraci in the Album of the Year category; Copeland for America's Child and Moss for The High Cost of Low Living, the Nick Moss Band effort featuring Dennis Gruenling. Additionally, Copeland is up for consideration for the Contemporary Blues Album, Vocalist of the Year, and Contemporary Blues Female Artist honors. Worth noting too is that her hit single, "Ain't Got Time For Hate," is a Song of the Year candidate for its songwriters John Hahn and Will Kimbrough. Moss' other three nominations are for Traditional Blues Album, Traditional Blues Male Artist, and Band of the Year (for the Nick Moss Band). Gruenling, meanwhile, nabbed his own nomination in the Harmonica instrumentalist category. Read more
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