Ozzy Osbourne Hopes to Tour in 2022

Ozzy Osbourne‘s ‘No More Tours 2’ farewell run has been met with several obstacles. Multiple worldwide tour legs were postponed as the singer battled a litany of medical setbacks before the coronavirus pandemic shut down the touring industry. Despite all this, the 71-year-old legend has expressed hope to be back on the road in 2022.

Speaking with Rock Classics Radio on Apple Music Hits (audio below), the Prince of Darkness answered a handful of questions ahead of the 40th anniversary expanded edition reissue of his iconic debut solo record, Blizzard of Ozz.

When pressed for his perspective on the influence he’s wielded over half a century’s worth of music, the singer remained humble, confessing, “I never really thought about it. I’m just Ozzy. My wife calls me Ozzy. I’m just Ozzy. I’m just here.”

In the same question, Ozzy was also asked to share his thoughts on the ongoing pandemic, to which he continued, “I’m trying to recover so I can get… The only good thing about this pandemic [is that] I couldn’t work anyway [this year] because of my injuries.”

That’s when he looked ahead at when he could feasibly be back on the road.

“I’m hoping that I’ll be booking 2022, I think,” said the singer, who cast doubt on how feasible a return to touring will be over the next year as the coronavirus pandemic looms large. “To be honest with you, I don’t think it’s going to get ship shape until the end of next year,” forecasted Ozzy.

He elaborated, “I think this winter is going to be fucking bad. Because you’re going to have the flu. People are saying, ‘I’m not taking the flu shot.’ You know what? You can give me any fucking [inaudible], but I’m not going to be number one on that fucking new vaccine. I don’t want to be the first one to wake up with a set of fucking antlers in the morning. I’m the Prince of Fucking Darkness [inaudible] fucking brandy. Horns maybe.”

Listen to the interview clip below.

Ozzy Osbourne released Ordinary Man, his first solo album in 10 years, earlier this year and featured Duff McKagan (Guns N’ Roses) on bass and Chad Smith (Red Hot Chili Peppers) on drums. Slash (Guns N’ Roses) and Elton John also made guest appearances in addition to Tom Morello (Rage Against the Machine).

A new Ozzy-branded Funko Pop! figure is on the way as well, this time with the singer modeling the same appearance as on the Ordinary Man album cover.

Ozzy Speaks With Rock Classics Radio on Apple Music Hits

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Live Music’s Return Continues, Beartooth Announce Drive-In Show

As the drive-in concert trend heats up, Beartooth have announced a one-off gig in Oshkosh, Wisconsin on Oct. 9.

The Columbus, Ohio, group will play at the Menominee Arena and are encouraging all attendees to wear a face mask at the socially-distanced event.

“I can’t wait to play this show,” said singer Caleb Shomo. “I know it’s been a crazy time and live music has been nearly impossible, so to have a chance to play to people in a safe way is an amazing feeling. We’re gonna bring all the heat we physically can. The rock will never be stopped.”

To ensure the safety of the band, crew, venue staff and fans, Beartooth have adhered to strict safety guidelines. A press release states, “All necessary and required safety precautions will be in place for band, crew, and patrons. The promoter for this special show has received support from Winnebago County, the City of Oshkosh, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC), and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).”

To grab your tickets for Beartooth’s drive-in concert, head here.

Although touring has been off the table for most of the year as the spread of the coronavirus forced the live events industry to mostly shut down, Beartooth were among the few bands who got some time in on the road before quarantine measures were enacted. The band completed a co-headlining North American run with Motionless in White in January.

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Steve Vai, Joe Satriani to Appear at ‘Six String Salute’ Benefit

An assembly of rock’s biggest guitarists will come together for Six String Salute, a virtual concert to support touring and venue crew who have had their lives turned upside down due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Steve Vai, Tommy Shaw of Styx, the Black CrowesRich Robinson, Joe Satriani and former Genesis guitarist Steve Hackett are just some of the many artists set to appear. Additional rockers include members of Whitesnake, Tesla, Kansas, Alice Cooper and Night Ranger.

The event takes place Thursday and will stream on Live Nation’s “Live From Home” YouTube channel beginning at 8PM ET. An encore screening will follow at 8PM on Sept. 18 via the Six String Salute Facebook page.

In a post to Twitter, Vai said he was “proud to be part of this benefit show to help out all of the amazing crew folks in the music industry.” Satriani echoed similar sentiments in a tweet of his own, saying he was “happy to participate” in the event to “support the crews who are the backbone of live music.”

In addition to performances, the event promises “great rock ‘n’ roll stories” from an assortment of bands and crew members. All proceeds from Six String Salute will benefit Crew Nation, a fund established to help support live-music crews around the world whose livelihoods have been directly impacted as a result of COVID-19.

The pandemic has ravaged the touring industry, bringing the majority of concerts and events to a halt. Live Nation saw its revenue drop 98 percent in the second quarter of 2020, while independent music venues continue struggling for survival.

Additionally, a study out of England suggested that most musicians were considering quitting the industry entirely due to the financial strife brought on by the coronavirus.

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Nile Reschedule 43-Date North American Tour for 2021

UPDATE: Nile have announced their rescheduled ‘Vile Nilotic Rites Pt. II’ North American tour. The trek was originally slated for the fall of 2020, but was postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic. See the new list of dates at the bottom of the page.

Egyptian-themed death metal horde Nile will embark on an extensive headlining North American tour this fall in support of their latest album, Vile Nilotic Rites.

The 43-date trek begins on Sept. 26 and will wrap up on Nov. 14 at a festival in Mexico after circling the U.S. and pummeling Canada. At this time, no opening acts have been announced for the upcoming run.

Frontman Karl Sanders exclaimed, “The members of Nile had such a blast with all of our Nile fans on the recent USA tour supporting the Vile Nilotic Rites album that we decided to hit it again! This time, we are going to include some new cities and venues in addition to the usual favorite stops across the States and we are also going to include some time with our Canadian fans, culminating with a Gran Fiesta de Metale at the Mexico Metal Fest in Monterrey! We are sincerely looking forward to seeing all of you on tour!”

See the complete list of stops at the bottom of the page and look for tickets to go on sale on Feb. 21 here.

Rescheduled: Nile 2021 North American Tour Dates

Sept. 24 — Durham, N.C. @ Motorco
Sept. 25 — Huntington, W.V. @ V Club
Sept. 26 — Reading, Pa. @ Reverb
Sept. 27 — Clifton, N.J. @ Dingbatz
Sept. 28 — Brooklyn, N.Y. @ Kingsland
Sept. 29 — Brooklyn, N.Y. @ Kingsland
Oct. 01 — Poughkeepsie, N.Y. @ The Chance
Oct. 02 — Worcester, Mass. @ The Palladium
Oct. 03 — Quebec City, Quebec @ Imperial
Oct. 04 — Montreal, Quebec @ The Fairmount
Oct. 05 — Ottawa, Ontario @ Brass Monkey
Oct. 06 — Toronto, Ontario @ Opera House
Oct. 07 — London, Ontario @ Call the Office
Oct. 09 — Thunder Bay, Ontario @ Crocks
Oct. 11 —Regina, Saskatchewan @ The Exchange
Oct. 12 — Calgary, Alberta @ The Palace
Oct. 13 —Edmonton, Alberta @ The Starlite Room
Oct. 15 — Vancouver, British Columbia @ Rickshaw Theater
Oct. 16 — Nanaimo, British Columbia @ The Queens Nanaimo
Oct. 17 — Victoria, British Columbia @ Upstairs Cabaret
Oct. 19 — Seattle, Wash. @ El Corazon
Oct. 20 — Portland, Ore. @ Hawthorne Theatre
Oct. 21 — Bend, Ore. @ Domino Room
Oct. 22 — Sacramento Calif. @ Holy Diver
Oct. 23 — Oakland Calif. @ Oakland Metro Operahouse
Oct. 24 — Fresno, Calif. @ Strummers
Oct. 25 — Santa Ana Calif. @ The Observatory
Oct. 26 — San Diego, Calif. @ Brick By Brick
Oct. 27 — West Hollywood, Calif. @ Whisky A Go Go
Oct. 29 — Denver, Colo. @ Herman Hideaway
Oct. 30 — Lincoln, Neb. @ Royal Grove
Oct. 31 — Des Moines, Iowa @ Vaudeville Mews
Nov. 02 — Minneapolis, Minn. @ The Cabooze
Nov. 03 — Milwaukee, Wis. @ Miramar Theater
Nov. 04 — Joliet, Ill. @ The Forge
Nov. 05 — Westland, Mich. @ Token Lounge
Nov. 06 — Buffalo, NY @ Mohawk Place
Nov. 07 —Pittsburgh, Pa. @ The Crafthouse
Nov. 09 — Albany, N.Y. @ Upstate Concert Hall
Nov. 10 — New Bedford, Mass. @ The Vault Music Hall at Greasy
Nov. 11 — Richmond, Va. @ Canal Club
Nov. 12 — Atlanta, Ga. @ The Masquerade
Nov. 13 — Winter Park, Fla. @ The Haven
Nov. 14 — West Palm Beach, Fla. @ Kelsey Theater

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Corey Taylor Announces Fully-Produced Livestream Arena Show

Corey Taylor is throwing a record release livestream extravaganza dubbed ‘Forum or Against ‘Em’ and it will all go down at The Forum in Los Angeles on Oct. 2 in celebration of his debut solo album, CMFT.

“I’ve been saying since the beginning I’d find a way to bring this music and this band to the people. And I’m honored that The Forum let us do just that. It’s CMFT in its entirety. It’s songs I’ve shared over the years. It’s a celebration, and I’m so stoked to party with all of you,” exclaimed Taylor.

The globally livestreamed event will find the famed singer performing songs from his CMFT album, as well as selections from the Slipknot and Stone Sour catalogs as well as some cover songs. Fans can expect a fully-produced arena show, plenty of pyrotechnics and a guest performance from the stunt/dance squad The Cherry Bombs, featuring Taylor’s wife Alicia.

The show is a collaborative effort between Taylor, the 5B artist management group and the independent festival promoter Danny Wimmer Presents (DWP).

“When Corey sent me a text saying FORUM OR AGAINST ‘EM I knew we had something truly special and unique,” said 5B CEO Cory Brennan. “The Forum is one of the most iconic venues in the world, and I can’t think of a better way to celebrate his debut solo album!”

“To do a rock show on this scale, with an icon like Corey Taylor – while putting some of the behind-the-scenes heroes of the concert industry back to work – is an exciting step into the future,” added DWP founder Danny Wimmer. “We believe that Pay-Per-View is here to stay and we couldn’t think of anyone better to help us launch our new digital platform than Corey Taylor. He’s a global star, and his music with Slipknot and Stone Sour, as well as our amazing relationship with 5B, has helped to fuel DWP’s growth over the past decade. We can’t wait to get this show started.”

Tickets for the show, which will be broadcast at 2PM PT / 5PM ET / 10PM UK / 11PM EU, can be purchased here.

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Aaron Lewis, Sully Erna To Play Together Onstage on Drive-In Tour

The coronavirus pandemic has forced bands to get creative when it comes to live shows. Virtual performances have been quite popular with the drive-in concert becoming another go-to. Staind‘s Aaron Lewis and Godsmack‘s Sully Erna are taking it a bit further and have just announced a social-distanced drive-in tour across the U.S. with both singers performing onstage together at the same time.

“Me and Aaron Lewis? Onstage together…acoustic? Do I need to say more? Just don’t miss it! It may never happen again,” exclaimed Erna. Lewis added, “Sully and I have been friends for 25 years. We’ve been talking about doing something for the last 10 years. The time has finally come. I couldn’t be more excited to be bringing this to you in such strange times.”

The tour, which was produced by festival promoter Danny Wimmer Presents (DWP), will kick off on Oct. 1 and is comprised of 13 events, almost all of which will take place on either a Friday, Saturday or Sunday. The tour poster also notes that more dates will be announced. A press release vows these unique shows will be a “special evening of hits, covers and conversation.”

Tickets go on sale tomorrow (Sept. 15) at noon local time at this location and the full list of tour dates can be seen further down the page.

Each event will have its own specific guidelines pertaining to social distancing, so check listings carefully to be aware of what health and safety measures will be taken at your chosen night.

“We’re eager to get back to what we love, and we’re determined to keep the music alive and keep the rock community strong during these times,” boasted DWP President Joe Litvag. “Aaron and Sully on stage together like this is something that none of us have seen before but have always hoped would happen one day. We’re thrilled to be a part of it.”

Aaron Lewis & Sully Erna 2020 Drive-In Tour Dates

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Oct. 01 — Wichita, Kan. @ Starlite Drive-In*
Oct. 02 — Cedar Rapid, Iowa @ McGrath Amphitheatre***
Oct. 03 — Somerset, Wis. @ Somerset Amphitheater**
Oct. 09 — Obetz, Ohio @ Fortress Obetz**
Oct. 10 — McHenry, Ill. @ McHenry Outdoor Theater*
Oct. 11 — Independence, Mo. @ B&B Theatres Twin Drive-In*
Oct. 17 — Biloxi, Ms. @ Mississippi Coast Coliseum Lawn****
Oct. 18 — Lafayette, La. @ Acadiana Drive-In at Cajun Dome*
Oct. 23 — Daytona, Fla. @ TBA
Oct. 24 — Concord, N.C. @ Charlotte Motor Speedway*
Oct. 30 — Phoenix, Ari. @ Arizona State Fairgrounds*
Oct. 31 — Ventura, Calif. @ Ventura County Fairgrounds*
Nov. 01 — Del Mar, Calif. @ Del Mar Fairgrounds*

*Socially distanced drive-in, up to four patrons per vehicle
**Socially distanced pod, up to four patrons per pod
***Socially distanced tickets, purchased in quantities of two, three, four or five
****Socially distanced tables, up to eight patrons per table

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Quiet Riot Continuing After Frankie Banali Death, Tour Announced

Quiet Riot have officially announced that the veteran metal group will continue, even in the wake of veteran drummer Frankie Banali‘s death earlier this year.

The news came in a statement shared directly to Quiet Riot’s social media pages, where they said, “It was Frankie Banali’s wish that the band continue and we keep the music and the legacy alive.”

Although Banali was not a founding member of the group, he was among the band’s longest tenured figures. After singer and last remaining original member Kevin Dubrow died in 2007, Banali put the band on his back and added three more studio albums to the Quiet Riot legacy before dying of Stage 4 pancreatic cancer on Aug. 20.

Speaking to the strength of the current Quiet Riot lineup, the band also added, “Chuck Wright has been in the band off and on since 1981 and played not only on the song ‘Metal Health’ but many other Quiet Riot Albums. Alex Grossi has been in the band since 2004 touring and recording. Jizzy Pearl has been a member of the Quiet Riot family since 2013 and Johnny Kelly has been doing a great job filling in on drums this past year with Frankie’s blessing.”

Looking ahead, they boasted, “We are happy to have shows on the calendar with many more TBA and very much look forward to celebrating the history and legacy of Quiet Riot with all of you in 2021 and Beyond…!!”

Quiet Riot’s last album, Hollywood Cowboys, was released in 2019.

Quiet Riot — 2020 Tour Dates

Oct. 09 – Urich, Mo. @ Grand Stage Amphitheater
Oct. 23 – Reading, Penn. @ The Reverb

Quiet Riot 2021 Tour Dates

Mar. 20 – The Dalles, Ore. @ Granada Theater
Apr. 17 – Woodford, Va. @ The Groove Music Hall
Apr. 24 – Arnold’s Park, Iowa @ The Roof Garden
Jul. 02 – Menahga, Minn. @ Mid Summer Music Festival
Jul. 25 – Pownal, Vt. @ Green Mountain Race Track
Jul. 28 – Redmond, Ore. @ Des Shuttes City Fair
Jul. 31 – Wilmington, Ohio @ Rock The Block
Aug. 07 – McMinville, Ore. @ Yamhill County Fair
Oct. 30 – Larchwood, Iowa @ Grand Falls Resort Casino
TBA – Des Plaines, Ill. @ Des Plaines Theater
TBA – Grover Hill, Ohio @ Wetzel Motor Rally

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Neil Peart Tribute Included for 2020 Modern Drummer Festival

A who’s who of drumming will be taking part in the 2020 Modern Drummer Festival, which will also serve as a tribute to one of the greatest drummers of all-time, Rush‘s Neil Peart.

The drummer passed away in January of this year and the respect he commanded among his peers was immense. The festival, which will stream online this Saturday (Sept. 12), will include a tribute to Peart featuring an all-star lineup of musicians. Proceeds from the show will also go to benefit brain tumor research at Cedar-Sinai Medical Center in memory of the drum legend.

The lineup for the event includes Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Chad Smith, Foo Fighters’ Taylor Hawkins, Anthrax’s Charlie Benante, Def Leppard’s Rick Allen, Korn’s Ray Luzier, Sons of Apollo’s Mike Portnoy, Kenny Aronoff, Carmine Appice, Brian Tichy, Styx’s Todd Sucherman, Jason Bittner, Stewart Copeland, Cindy Blackman-Santana, Narada Michael Walden, Greg Bissonette and many more.

To catch the show, you’ll need a ticket for the livestream. It’s $12.99 and you can purchase your ticket via Fite.TV. The Modern Drummer Festival will air at 8PM ET / 5PM PT this Saturday (Sept. 12).

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Sevendust Announce Livestream Show as Only 2020 Live Performance

Sevendust are gearing up for the release of Blood & Stone, their 13th studio album. In celebration of the album’s release, the band has just announced a livestream concert set for Oct. 23 and the show will be their only live performance of 2020.

The event will be held on the very same day the album comes it, imbuing the spirit of a traditional record release show. Tickets are just $17 and Sevendust are set to hit the stage/your screen at 9PM ET. Ticket holders will even have a crack at a raffle where a signed acoustic guitar is up for grabs as well as scoring event-specific merchandise and more.

“Yes, this show is the same day as the release of our new album, Blood & Stone,” said Sevendust in a collective statement. “We will performing at livestream concert to celebrate, just for you! Get access now and you could enter a raffle which includes the first prize of a 7D signed acoustic guitar…and more. PLUS, shop for some brand new merch at our digital merch table. As you checkout, make sure you also grab our new 7D LIVE IN YOUR LIVING ROOM event T-shirt (limited to this show) and a copy of Blood & Stone on CD. We hope to ‘see’ you all there!!!”

Get your tickets here and to pre-order Blood & Stone, head to this location. For a preview of the record, listen to “Blood From a Stone,” the first original song off the album, which followed the release of the Soundgarden cover, “The Day I Tried to Live.”

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Canceled: Five Finger Death Punch’s U.S. Tour With Papa Roach

UPDATE: Five Finger Death Punch have officially announced that their 2020 U.S. tour with Papa Roach, I Prevail and Ice Nine Kills has been canceled. Read a statement from the band toward the bottom of the page.

Five Finger Death Punch‘s North American tour set to kick off in April was postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic currently troubling the world. With their eyes on better days, the band has rescheduled the trek, which also features Papa Roach, I Prevail and Ice Nine Kills, which will now launch in late September.

Any ticket purchased for the original tour (dates here) will be honored at the respective rescheduled show, so fans should hold on to those should they be able to attend the new date. The 24-stop tour will come to a close on Nov. 9 as Five Finger Death Punch continue to support their latest record, F8, which was released earlier this year, featuring standout tracks such as “Full Circle,” “Living the Dream” and “Inside Out.”

See the complete list of new tour dates below.

Speaking about the new record on the Loudwire Nights radio program, Death Punch singer Ivan Moody expressed confidence in the strength of the band’s most recent work. “I’m gonna say it. The last two records for me were very… I don’t know, norm,” he admitted, noting, “We were under time constraints, we were touring all the time, I was going through personal hell.”

“We needed to mutate. I didn’t want to commit artistic suicide, which is really how I felt we were going,” Moody continued, acknowledging there were still “brilliant” songs on more recent albums that preceded F8, “But in their entirety, I just felt like there was something missing, and I didn’t feel like we were doing anything special.”

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CANCELED: Five Finger Death Punch, Papa Roach, I Prevail + Ice Nine Kills 2020 Tour Dates

Sept. 28 — Sunrise, Fla. @ BB&T Center
Sept. 30 — Atlanta, Ga. @ Infinite Energy Arena
Oct. 02 — St. Louis, Mo. @ Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre
Oct. 04 — Birmingham, Ala. @ Oak Mountain Amphitheater
Oct. 05 — Nashville, Tenn. @ Bridgestone Arena
Oct. 08 — San Antonio, Texas @ AT&T Center
Oct. 09 — Houston, Texas @ Toyota Center
Oct. 11 — Fort Worth, Texas @ Dickies Arena
Oct. 14 — Denver, Colo. @ Red Rocks Amphitheater
Oct. 16 — Portland, Ore. @ Veterans Memorial Coliseum
Oct. 18 — Tacoma, Wash. @ Tacoma Dome
Oct. 20 — San Diego, Calif. @ Viejas Arena
Oct. 22 — Los Angeles, Calif. @ The Forum
Oct. 23 — Phoenix, Ariz. @ Talking Stick Resort Arena
Oct. 25 — Kansas City, Mo. @ Sprint Center
Oct. 27 — Baltimore, Md. @ Royal Farms Arena
Oct. 28 — Newark, N.J. Prudential Center
Oct. 30 — Pittsburgh, Penn. @ PPG Paints Arena
Nov. 01 — Camden, N.J. @ BB&T Pavilion
Nov. 02 — Worcester, Mass. @ DCU Center
Nov. 05 — Chicago, Ill. @ Allstate Arena
Nov. 06 — St. Paul, Minn. @ Xcel Energy Arena
Nov. 08 — Detroit, Mich. @ Little Caesars Arena
Nov. 09 — Cincinnati, Ohio @ Heritage Bank Center

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A Woodstock ’99 Docuseries Is in the Works at Netflix

Netflix is making a documentary series about Woodstock ’99, the music festival that’s remembered for its reported descent into chaos as much as its headlining performances from Limp Bizkit, Megadeth, Bush and more.

Following Woodstock ’94, the 1999 event in upstate New York emerged as yet another modern version of the landmark 1969 Woodstock Music and Art Fair. However, media portrayals of the 1999 festival showed an event tarnished by violence, fires, looting and sexual assault allegations.

Those elements and others will be explored in the upcoming docuseries from the production companies Raw and BBH Entertainment. Raw is the same outfit that produced recent Netflix documentaries such as Don’t F**k With Cats: Hunting an Internet Killer and Fear City: New York vs. The Mafia.

Per Deadline, the series will “delve deep into the culture that created Woodstock ’99 and tell the real story behind how ‘three days of peace, love and music’ went down in flames.” Its focus is the “untold story of a landmark musical moment that shaped the cultural landscape for a generation.”

As it was happening, Woodstock ’99 was covered by MTV via pay-per-view. The festival’s set from Limp Bizkit is perhaps best remembered for destruction by attendees during a performance of the band’s “Break Stuff.” Blazes set during Red Hot Chili Peppers‘ show also added to the sense of anarchy.

It’s not the first time that a contemporary documentary series chronicling the infamous music festival has emerged. In 2019, sports and pop culture website The Ringer released an eight-part podcast about the event and its aftermath called Break Stuff: The Story of Woodstock ’99.

A Netflix doc about another blighted musical festival, Fyre: The Greatest Party That Never Happened, arrived on the streaming service last year.

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Baroness to Play ‘Gold & Grey’ in Full for Concert Livestream

Baroness are the latest act to book a concert livestream, announcing plans to play their critically hailed 2019 album Gold & Grey in its entirety on Sept. 10.

The group will venture to Long Island’s Culture Lab LIC at the Plaxall Gallery to play their concert performance. “The process of recreating the soundscape of Gold & Grey for a live setting has been fun and inspiring to us as we forward to new musical territories,” says guitarist Gina Gleason. “We’re excited to share this experience with everyone!”

This will be the first time the band has played the album in full, with the show set to livestream at 8PM ET on Sept. 10. Tickets are $14.99 to view the concert event and you can purchase yours right here. The show will be available for unlimited viewings for 48 hours beginning at the time of redemption.

In addition, Baroness will be offering a limited edition collection of merch items to commemorate the show.

Gold & Grey is Baroness’ fifth studio album, featuring the song “Borderlines.” The album hit No. 39 on the Billboard 200 Album Chart in 2019.

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