The String Cheese Incident Announce Spring Tour Dates


The String Cheese Incident Announce Spring Tour Dates
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The String Cheese Incident have announced that they will be hitting the road this spring for a series of tour dates in select cities across the United States.

They will be kicking things off with an appearance at the Backwoods Music Festival in Ozark, AR on April 22nd and will wrap up the trek with a three night stand at Salvage Station in Asheville, NC and May 4th, 5th and 6th.

Artist pre-sale tickets will be available this Thursday, February 2, at 11am MT, followed by public on-sale this Friday, February 3. See the dates below:

The String Cheese Incident Spring Tour 2023
April 22 – Backwoods Music Festival – Ozark, AR
April 26 – The Riverside Theater – Milwaukee, WI
April 27 – The Sylvee – Madison, WI
April 28, 29 – Rivera Theatre – Chicago, IL
April 30 – Palace Theatre – St. Paul, MN
May 4, 5, 6 – Salvage Station – Asheville, NC

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Dolly Parton Receives Surprise Gold Record Honors


Published 01-31-2023

Dolly Parton Receives Surprise Gold Record Honors
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(TPR) RIAA Chairman/CEO Mitch Glazier and SVP Artist and Industry Relations Jackie Jones recognized more milestones in Dolly Parton’s illustrious career during a surprise moment in Nashville.

Glazier and Jones presented the recent Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame inductee with new plaques commemorating Gold certification of “Hard Candy Christmas” and “Faith” with Galantis featuring Mr. Probz.

“Thank you for creating music that continues to inspire generations and cultivates a culture of community. On behalf of the RIAA, it’s incredible to be able to personally congratulate you, Dolly!” said Mitch.

“Well, this is a great day and these will sure look pretty in my music room,” said Dolly, “Of course I owe a lot to my manager Danny and our whole crew around here for moments like this.”

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Jason Bonham’s Led Zeppelin Evening Headed Down Under


Jason Bonham's Led Zeppelin Evening Headed Down Under
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Jason Bonham’s Led Zeppelin Evening have announced that they will be launching a tour of Australia and New Zealand this spring.

The tour is set to launch on April 5th at The Astor Theatre in Perth, Australia and will wrap up on April 16th at the Great Hall in Auckland, New Zealand.

Band leader Jason Bonham, son of late Led Zeppelin drummer John Bonham, said in a recent interview about the trek, “The show is all of those demons I had to go through growing up and realizing that everybody I knew understood how great my dad and Led Zeppelin were.

“To me, he was just dad, and I was more interested in other music. By the time I understood how amazing he was, dad was gone. I couldn’t tell him, and that was the sad part. I figured out how great he was, and I never had the chance to tell my dad, ‘do you know how good you are?’ That’s why when I do the show now, it’s my way of saying that to him.”

04/05 – The Astor Theatre – Perth, Australia
04/07 – Palais Theatre – Melbourne, Australia
04/08 – The Enmore Theatre – Sydney, Australia
04/09 – The Tivoli – Brisbane, Australia
04/11 – Hindley Street Music Hall – Adelaide, Australia
04/14 – James Hay Theatre – Christchurch, New Zealand
04/15 – The Opera House – Wellington, New Zealand
04/16 – Great Hall – Auckland, New Zealand

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The Wombats, Mimi Webb, Nothing But Thieves, Pale Waves and more added to TRNSMT 2023 line-up

50 new acts have been added to the line-up for this year’s TRNSMT festival, including the likes of The Wombats, Mimi Webb, Nothing But Thieves and Pale Waves.

The full roster now spans a total of 67 acts, all set to hit stages at the Glasgow Green park over July 7-9. Other new additions include Crawlers, Cat Burns, LF System, Flo, Dream Wife, Bob Vylan and The Amazons, joining previously announced acts like Pulp, Sam Fender, The 1975, George Ezra, Kasabian, Royal Blood and Niall Horan.

Tickets for TRNSMT 2023 are on sale now – find them here, and see the full line-up below:

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When announcing the first acts for this year’s TRNST last November, festival director Geoff Ellis said in a statement: “We know that while everyone is feeling the squeeze from rising prices, there’s an unwavering demand for live music. We’ve made the decision to keep our weekend general admission tickets at the same price as last year for the initial on sale and it’s important to us that experiencing the thrill and excitement of live music is accessible to as many people as possible.

“If Glasgow Green had a roof, it will be well and truly raised next summer and we can’t wait to welcome fans back.”

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Daft Punk’s Thomas Bangalter shares ‘L’Accouchement’, first song from forthcoming solo album

Daft Punk‘s Thomas Bangalter has shared the first track from his forthcoming solo album, ‘Mythologies’.

The sprawling ‘L’Accouchement’ is the 10th of 23 pieces that make up the orchestral ‘Mythologies’. The 90-minute album was originally commissioned by choreographer and Ballet Preljocaj founder Angelin Preljocaj for a ballet of the same name.

The score was performed and recorded by Orchestre National Bordeaux Aquitaine, under the musical direction of Romain Dumas, and the accompanying premiered in July last year at Bordeaux’s Grand Théâtre de Bordeaux.

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Set to arrive on April 7, the former Daft Punk member’s album doesn’t draw on electronic music. Instead, according to a press release, it focuses on “the large-scale traditional force of a symphony and, as such, it embraces the history of orchestral ballet music”.

Listen to ‘L’Accouchement’ below:

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Daft Punk announced they were parting ways in February 2021 after 28 years together, confirming the news in a video titled ‘Epilogue’ featuring footage from their 2006 sci-fi film Electroma.

Earlier this month, the duo shared a rare unmasked live video of ‘Rollin & Scratchin’ from their archives online. The clip was first aired as part of a one-off Twitch stream last year, during which the French electronic duo streamed a full set filmed in LA’s Mayan Theater in 1997. The stream marked the one-year anniversary of their split, and the 25th anniversary of their landmark debut album ‘Homework’.

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