Motley Crue are heading to the desert for New Year's Eve with a very special one off concert dubbed "Crue Years Eve" that will be taking place at the Acrisure Arena in Palm Desert, CA ("Greater" Palm Springs).
From the announcement: Doors will open at 8:30 p.m. and the show will start at 10:00 p.m. with Motley Crue on stage through midnight to kick off the New Year with fans. "Crue Years Eve" at Acrisure Arena stands as the sole date on the band's schedule, making it an exclusive and not-to-be-missed experience for fans to see Motley Crue live in concert. (continue)
The upcoming release of 'The Benefit Concert Volume 20' by Warren Haynes includes a spectacular highlight: the first-ever--and only to date--performance of Dave Grohl's 23-minute instrumental epic, "Play," which extends to an extraordinary 36 minutes in its live rendition. This live performance is now available, offering fans the opportunity to witness "Play" being brought to life on that unforgettable evening.
Originally composed and performed entirely by Grohl on every instrument, "Play" is an expansive journey through Grohl's musical prowess and creativity. The video release captures the energy and intensity of "Play" as rendered by Grohl and a veritable murderers row of musical accomplices including Greg Kurstin (keys), guitarists Jason Falkner, Alain Johannes and Barrett Jones, Chris Chaney (bass) and Drew Hester (percussion). The performance's distinctiveness was further elevated by the rhythmic artistry of Abby the Spoon Lady, a prominent Asheville-based busker and advocate for street performance, whose unique spoon-playing skill brought an unexpected and captivating dimension to "Play." Delivering a blend of visual and auditory artistry, this one and only live version of "Play" is a key highlight of 'The Benefit Concert Volume 20'. (continue)
Sacramento rockers Tesla have announced that they will be returning to the road early next year to launch their Keepin' It Real Tour with shows schedules in various markets across the United States.
The trek will be kicking off on January 11th in Immokalee, FL at the Seminole Center and will wrap up on March 23rd at the Grand Sierra Resort in Reno, NV. The band will also be performing at Rock The Dam on July 20th at Beaver Dam, KY. (continue)
The String Cheese Incident will headline CaveJam, a new 3-day, multi-stage camping festival at The Caverns in 2024 over Memorial Day Weekend, May 24-26. During the festival, The String Cheese Incident will play two nights with three sets above ground and one special set inside The Caverns world-renowned subterranean venue. All told, the festival will see 20 artists and bands on its stages above and below ground.
"CaveJam is a new signature festival at The Caverns and builds on everything we've learned from two successful years producing many festivals here," says Joe Lurgio, The Caverns General Manager. "CaveJam gives festival enthusiasts a new reason-and a new season-to visit us in Tennessee." (continue)
(hennemusic) Peter Frampton has announced a new series of 2024 spring dates across North America. Scheduled to celebrate the guitarist's 60th year of touring, the run comes fresh off the heels of his nationwide headline run this year.
"I am delighted to let you know I'm planning more shows in March and April for the new 'Never EVER Say Never Tour'!," says Frampton. "I don't want to give up my passion and will play as long as I physically can. Hope to see you in 2024!" (continue)
Riot (V) are finally back with a brand-new studio album titled Mean Streets, set for release February 16th, 2024 through Atomic Fire Records! In advance of the release today the band unleashes the record's first single, "High Noon."
The record features twelve tracks recorded and mixed by Bruno Ravel and mastered by Bart Gabriel. Artwork was provided by Gyula Havancsak (Accept, Stratovarius, Brainstorm) who captured the galloping style of the new material skillfully without missing the band's signature seal. (continue)
Leaves' Eyes, have revealed first details about a new album to be released in 2024 with AFM Records! The band's ninth studio offering will be titled "Myths Of Fate", today the band unveiled their album cover artwork and a music video for the first album single, "Forged By Fire".
Says Leaves' Eyes band mastermind and singer, Alexander Krull: "Finally the time has come and we can present you our new video Forged By Fire! We played Forged By Fire on stage at Wacken as a world premiere and the song was enthusiastically celebrated by the fans! (continue)
Gonzalez Smith - the new musical project from singer-songwriter (and Drive-By Truckers multi-instrumentalist) Jay Gonzalez and cult comedy writer Pete Smith (Space Ghost Coast To Coast, The Brak Show) - have released their debut record, Roll Up A Song today. Roll Up A Song arrives via Madrid, Spain's Bobo Integral in conjunction with Gonzalez's own Middlebrow Records. To celebrate the release, the band has shared a new official music video for the song "Gelato," streaming now.
"'Gelato' is possibly the prettiest piece of piano pop you'll peep with your precious earballs," says xxx. "Jay Gonzalez and Pete Smith are like a modern-day Bacharach/David, if Burt spent his nights tearing it up with one of the best live rock bands in America, and Hal was a writer for Space Ghost Coast to Coast and The Brak Show. Their debut album as Gonzalez Smith, Roll Up a Song, is a seamless fusion of power pop, piano ballads, bossa nova, and pure spun sugar confection. Jay brings the same multi-instrumental compositional skills found on his first three solo albums, and Pete pens lyrics by turns honest, romantic, arch, and comedic, sometimes in the same verse. The results are so stellar, that it's a shock to discover that the Drive-By Truckers guitarist/keyboardist and the Adult Swim comedy scribe haven't been writing together for decades. Roll Up a Song" transcends eras and genres. It's a harmonious journey, uniting melodies and lyrics into a timeless masterpiece." (continue)