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- Weezer is on the brink of launching an epic tour where the band would spend two nights in each location. On the opening evening the nerd-rockers would play their Blue Album in it’s entirety followed by Pinkerton in full on the second night. Get excited!!!
- Eric Clapton is set to releasehis 19th solo album entitled Clapton, due out September 28th. The record will feature collaborations with such artists as Steve Winwood, Sheryl Crow, Derek Trucks, and many more.
1 Travelin’ Alone
2 Rocking Chair
3 River Runs Deep
4 Judgement Day
5 How Deep Is The Ocean
6 My Very Good Friend The Milkman
7 Can’t Hold Out Much Longer
8 That’s No Way To Get Along
9 Everything Will Be Alright
10 Diamonds Made From Rain*
11 When Somebody Thinks You’re Wonderful
12 Hard Times Blues
13 Run Back To Your Side
14 Autumn Leave
- Washington State indie pop-rockers The Lonely Forest are sweeping the untamed Northwestern U.S. with its single “I Don’t Want To Live There,” the single off it’s debut album Arrows, which is due out in early 2011. TLF is the first band signed to Chris Walla’s (Death Cab For Cutie) new record label. Grab the track below.
Confirmed Area Tour Dates:
w/Margot & the Nuclear So and So’s
Sept 25 – Pittsburgh, PA Brillobox
Sept 26 – New York, NY Bowery Ballroom
Sept 27 – Cambridge, MA Middle East Downstairs
Sept 29 – Brooklyn, NY Music Hall of Williamsburg
Sept 30 – Philadelphia, PA First Unitarian Church
- Dark Horse Records has announced that on October 19, 2o1o it will release a limited edition deluxe box-set of rare collaborations by Ravi Shankar and George Harrison recorded, over a 20-year period, in honor of the legendary sitar player’s 90th birthday. Each numbered package will include three CD’s and one DVD. The DVD is a rare concert performance of Ravi Shankar’s Music Festival From India recorded at London’s Royal Albert Hall in 1974.