My Morning Jacket
Started from the bottom, now the Governors Ball is here with a Canadian rapper, a blues duo, a Mickey Mouse-esque DJ and the gangster Nancy Sinatra leading its fifth year lineup.
Lost on the River is due out Nov. 11. It includes 15 songs written by Dylan in what’s estimated to be 1967 and recorded in two weeks by the supergroup.
The AmericanaramA tour, featuring Bob Dylan, Wilco and My Morning Jacket has been a dream tour for fans of, well Americana. But before Monday night’s show (July 15), Dylan hadn’t actually performed with his openers. That […]
Bob Dylan has announced the launch of the AmericanaramA Festival of Music tour, and he’s taking a few choice acts with him across the United States and Canada. (And yes, the last A is supposed […]
Yesterday (February 12) in New York City, a small group of journalists were invited to the Iridium Jazz Club for a listening session of John Fogerty‘s upcoming album, Wrote A Song For Everyone, hosted by […]
Elton John, Eddie Vedder, Jackson Browne, Patti Smith, Neil Young, Tom Morello, Mavis Staples, Sting, Kenny Chesney, Faith Hill, Tim McGraw, Natalie Maines, Juanes, John Legend, Alabama Shakes, Emmylou Harris, Jim James and Mumford & Sons will all perform Springsteen songs. The Daily Show’s Jon Stewart, an avowed Springsteen fan, will host the show.
Tonight, an all-star lineup of music legends will take the stage at New Jersey’s Izod Center for the “Love For Levon” concert. The concert, paying tribute to the late drummer/singer Levon Helm from The Band will feature Roger Waters, Joe Walsh and Gregg Allman, among others. The event website also mentions that other “legendary surprise guests” will perform. But who might those guests be?
John Fogerty has just announced that his next album, “Wrote A Song For Everyone,” originally due in the fall, is being pushed back to early 2013. On his website, a message reads, “There are additional touches being added to the recording, including some new original songs and notable surprises.”
When much-beloved drummer/singer Levon Helm of The Band passed away on April 19, musicians from all genres and generations paid tribute at their concerts, in interviews and on Twitter. But on October 3rd at New Jersey’s Izod Center, a number of legends will pay tribute to him at a concert called “Love For Levon.”