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Day in Rock Report for 03/27/2023


Godsmack and Staind announced a 25-city co-headlining 2023 tour, produced by Live Nation. The tour kicks off on July 18 at Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre in St. Louis, MO, with stops across the U.S. in Pittsburgh, PA; Salt Lake City, UT; Las Vegas, NV, and more before wrapping up in Austin, TX, at Germania Insurance Amphitheatre on August 31.

"Really looking forward to running on tour this summer with our old pals in Staind. For sure every night will be packed with great music and A LOT of fun memories! Don't miss it!" (continue)

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A GoFundMe fundraiser has been organized for guitarist Wayne Swinny's daughter after his death last week. The funds will go towards Wayne's expenses and a trust for his daughter.

Bobby Amaru states: The Saliva family is mourning the tragic loss of our brother Wayne Swinny. Wayne left us suddenly from a spontaneous brain hemorrhage on March 22, 2023. Wayne fought hard, but ultimately lost his battle. The one bright light is the fact that Wayne was an organ donor and was able to donate his liver and kidneys which saved 2 lives. (continue)

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Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds today confirm 2023 headline arena dates across the UK, calling at Hull, London, Birmingham, Cardiff, Leeds, Glasgow and finishing in Liverpool on 21st December.

Tickets will be available for special pre-sale on Wednesday 29th March for fans who pre-order the forthcoming new album 'Council Skies', via the official Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds here and on general ticket sale from 9AM BST Friday 31st March. These arena dates follow an already busy summer schedule for the band playing a string of outdoor venues across the country. (continue)

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Sass Jordan honors late Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins with release of "High Road Easy" from her forthcoming album, "Live In New York Ninety-Four".

Sass Jordan's breakthrough album, Racine, was released in 1992 and yielded the Canadian hit singles "Make You a Believer," "I Want to Believe"--both ranked on Billboard magazine's Mainstream Rock chart--"You Don't Have to Remind Me," and "Goin' Back Again." In 1994, Jordan released Rats, which yielded her first song on the Billboard Hot 100 with the single "Sun's Gonna Rise," and also featured "High Road Easy." (continue)

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Husband-and-wife duo The War And Treaty will make the television debut of their fiery new single "Ain't No Harmin' Me" tonight on Jimmy Kimmel Live! (3/27 at 10:35P CT on ABC).

Named as one of Vulture's "2023 Best Songs of the Year So Far," the track co-written by Michael Trotter Jr. and Tanya Trotter is the latest release from their new milestone album LOVER'S GAME (Mercury Nashville) and pulls back another layer of The War And Treaty's maturing relationship. The 10-song collection produced by Dave Cobb has already been named one of the best albums of the year so far by No Depression as well as Holler. (continue)

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They Might Be Giants are extending and expanding their 2023 UK tour with new dates in Southampton, Cambridge, Glasgow, Newcastle, Belfast & Dublin, as well as an additional London show at Shepherds Bush Empire.

On the heels of a sold-out 70+ date US tour, it's no big surprise that ticket sales have been equally brisk with their London Roundhouse show & Leeds, Bristol and Manchester dates selling out immediately. In recent months, the band's show has grown with its draw - their long-standing five-piece live group has been joined by a phenomenal three-piece horn section. (continue)

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Following the release of their explosive debut mixtape "Loud Without Noise", and their visually stunning "Loud & With Noise" Live Sessions, Crawlers are signalling a new musical chapter with the release of their reminiscent new single "That Time Of Year Always" via Interscope Records. To the tune of a driving guitar line and crashing drums, across the track lead singer Holly Minto adopts reminiscent lyricism to tell a story of love and loss in blissful hindsight.

On the inspirations behind the new track Minto shares, "That Time Of Year Always encompasses the feeling of envying your younger self before the trauma hits in your early 20's. It's about missing the ignorance that you had in your childhood; that reflection process which usually happens for me during the winter seasons. Being older, you realise that despite thinking these thoughts stem from seasonal depression, it's normal to feel that longing for your youth all year round, and to constantly have your younger self in mind when reminiscing about what once was". (continue)

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Spark Of Life have shared a brand new single called "Memmer?... U Memmer!". Here is the announcement: They say you have your entire life to write your first record, and only months to complete your second. But for Spark Of Life, the malleable post-hardcore band that formed in the suburbs of Los Angeles almost 25 years ago, this life has been anything but predictable.

The band, singer Steve Jennings and guitarist Nicholas Piscitello, resurfaced earlier this year with shimmering single "Song Of Hope", which featured drum work from actor and musician Fred Armisen. Today, the band releases "Memmer?... U Memmer!", a punchy love song that sees the band exploring a skate punk sound akin to bands like Good Riddance and Pulley. Both tracks stem from a split 7 inch with fellow California melodic punk band Freewill. (continue)

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Inhaler releases the video for current single "If You're Gonna Break My Heart," taken from their recent album Cuts & Bruises. The video, directed by Hugh Mulhern (Fontaines D.C. / Kojaque), takes influence from the Spaghetti Western genre while leaning heavily into AI technology.

"If You're Gonna Break My Heart" is the third single to be unveiled from Cuts & Bruises, following the uplifting "Love Will Get You There" and last summer's euphoric anthem "These Are The Days." (continue)

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Nonpoint announced that they will be joining Mudvayne, Coal Chamber, Gwar and Butcher Babies on 'The Psychotherapy Sessions Tour' this summer. In light of this announcement, Nonpoint will not be able to play Bloodstock and Germany Summerbreeze festival this year.

"HERE WE GO AGAIN! Mudvayne was one of our first tours when we were just starting out so we have been friends for years. It's going to be great to tour with our friends again. Not to mention the rest of the tour package. With this kind of lineup we expect the pits to be insane!" says the band's frontman Elias Soriano. (continue)

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Avenged Sevenfold have announced the first leg of the Life is But A Dream...North American tour - featuring support from Alexisonfire. Produced by Live Nation, the first leg includes thirteen cities across the U.S. and Canada, such as Mansfield, Qu├ębec City, Tinley Park, Calgary, and more. Additional cities and dates will be announced soon.

The announcement of leg one is just one piece of recent exciting news for the band as they also just released their first single in seven years, "Nobody", and revealed their new album Life is But A Dream..., set to debut on June 2nd via Warner Records. (continue)

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Island Records and Interscope are today celebrating the news that Songs Of Surrender, the latest release from U2, has topped the Official Albums Chart in the UK, making it their 11th UK #1 album. The album debuted on the U.S. charts at #1 on Album, Rock, Alternative and Vinyl charts as well as #5 on the Top 200 chart. The record also secured the #1 chart position at home in Ireland as well as Italy, Germany, Holland and Belgium, with Songs Of Surrender also hitting #1 on iTunes in 35 countries around the world.

The success of Songs Of Surrender rounds off a busy period for the band. The idea for an acoustic, reimagined album had been around for a while but it was the time afforded by lockdown which allowed The Edge to focus on the project, with band recording sessions taking place parallel to Bono working on his New York Times and Sunday Times-bestselling memoir 'Surrender: 40 Songs, One Story', published last November. 'Stories Of Surrender' followed later that same month, Bono's acclaimed theatre tour in support of the book that saw the U2 frontman bring the stories of his life to 14 cities across North America and Europe in a show The Guardian declared "a triumph"; with a return to the Beacon Theatre in New York for a further run of dates starting next month. To mark the release of the album, a Disney+ special titled 'Bono & The Edge: A Sort Of Homecoming, with Dave Letterman' premiered on St. Patrick's Day, capturing Dave Letterman on his first visit to Ireland to spend time with Bono and The Edge in their hometown, experience Dublin, and join the two U2 musicians for a concert performance unlike any they've done before. A Super Bowl commercial in February announced the band's next ambitious project - titled 'U2:UV Achtung Baby Live At The Sphere' - which will see the world's biggest rock band launch the world's most exciting all-new state-of-the-art venue later this year. (continue)

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L.A. Guns have released a music video for their new single "Diamonds" The track comes from the group's forthcoming album, "Black Diamonds", which will arrive on April 14th.

Written and recorded over the course of 2022, 'Black Diamonds' sees Tracii Guns, Phil Lewis and company continuing on the same successful and inspiring sonic journey that they've been taking on their most recent albums, 'Checkered Past', 'The Devil You Know', and 'The Missing Peace'. (continue)

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A.J. Croce is hitting the road again in celebration of two more of his father Jim Croce's legendary albums, 1973's Life and Times and his final release, I Got A Name, in addition to songs from You Don't Mess Around With Jim.

The much-anticipated fall tour, Croce Plays Croce 50th Anniversary commences in mid-October with the first announced date being Springfield, MA on October 27, and includes shows through November and December in historic venues like New York City's Town Hall and Detroit's Royal Oak Music Theatre. (continue)

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Eric Clapton announced today he will be hosting a limited series of concert dates across North America in September 2023 with support from Jimmie Vaughan.

Eric Clapton's band for these shows will include Doyle Bramhall II, Paul Carrack, Nathan East, Sonny Emory, and Chris Stainton with Sharon White and Katie Kissoon on backing vocals. The newly announced shows will be Clapton's only North American dates for 2023. (continue)

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Candlebox have announced details for their 30th Anniversary celebration and farewell tour. "The Long Goodbye Tour 2023," which kicks off June 10 and runs through September 23, will feature a career retrospective of the band's extensive eight studio album catalogue.

The farewell tour dates, alongside Candlebox's support dates with 3 Doors Down (3DD) on their "Away From The Sun Anniversary Tour," will hit amphitheaters in major markets across the U.S. Candlebox will also be performing one-night only with legendary Lynyrd Skynyrd on Friday, May 5 at Frank Brown Park in Panama City, FL. (continue)

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The top 6 finalists vying for the night's most-coveted "Video of Year" award at the 2023 CMT MUSIC AWARDS have been revealed, with fan voting now open at vote.cmt.com.

The final six "Video of the Year" nominees are: Blake Shelton - "No Body", Carrie Underwood - "Hate My Heart", Cody Johnson - "Human", HARDY feat. Lainey Wilson - "wait in the truck", Kane Brown & Katelyn Brown - "Thank God" and Morgan Wallen - "You Proof". (continue)

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Due to the tremendous success of his current and groundbreaking solo acoustic tour, trailblazer John Mayer has set a new leg for fall 2023, launching with an encore performance at Madison Square Garden in New York City on Tuesday, October 3rd, and will run through November, when the fall tour wraps with an added show at the iconic Kia Forum in Los Angeles. Tickets go on sale starting Friday, March 31st, at 9 AM local time at Johnmayer.com.

The highly acclaimed tour, produced by Live Nation, features solo performances by Mayer, leaning heavily on his acoustic guitar work with special performances on piano and electric guitar, in arenas throughout the U.S, with UK and European dates to be announced soon. (continue)

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