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Release Day Picks this week highlight snew albums by Bob Dylan, Michael Kiwanuka, Vetiver, Miranda Lambert, Jeff Lynne‘s ELO and The Rolling Stones.
The Rolling Stones released video of “Saint Of Me” from their forthcoming concert film ‘Bridges To Buenos Aries.’
The Rolling Stone shared “You Can’t Always Get What You Want” from their upcoming concert film ‘Bridges To Beuno Aries.’
The Rolling Stones will issue the previously unreleased concert film ‘Bridges To Buenos Aires’ featuring a guest spot from Bob Dylan this November.
The Rolling Stone announce ‘Let It Bleed (50th Anniversary Limited Deluxe Edition)’ which will include a seven inch single, never-before-seen photos and more.
The Rolling Stones moved up their tour closer at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami by one day due to forecasts of Hurricane Dorian making landfall in South Florida.
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About Charlie Watts
On first glance, Charlie Watts would seem to be a funny choice to include in a jazz book for he is the longtime drummer of the Rolling Stones. However, jazz was Watts’ first love and in the 1980s he toured worldwide with a huge big band that included many of England’s top musicians (giving one a chance to hear Evan Parker play “Lester Leaps In!”). In 1991, he organized an excellent bop quintet (featuring altoist Peter King) that paid tribute to Charlie Parker, justifying Watts’ place in any jazz history book.
The Who released the third single, “I Don’t Wanna Get Wise,” from their forthcoming 2019 album ‘Who.’
Phish guitarist Trey Anastasio will make his Tanglewood debut in June 2020, when he performs at the famed venue with the Boston Pops conducted by Keith Lockhart.
Release Day Picks this week highlights new albums by Beck, Keller & the Keels, Leonard Cohen, Harry Nilsson, Coldplay, Turkuaz, Grateful Dead, Big Band Of Brothers and a pair of holiday compilations.
Each show of Dead & Company’s upcoming New Year’s Run will be featured in live streams.
The documentary ‘Gorillaz: Reject False Icons’ will be screened at theaters worldwide for one night only.