Day in Rock Report for 06/01/2011
(BW&BK) Paul Rodgers may tour with Queen again. When asked if he would tour again with Queen, Rodgers said: "We may do. We left it because we all wanted to do different things. We toured the world twice and after the studio album I didn't feel like there was a lot more we could do. We didn't want to do it forever, but I enjoyed playing the role for a while, so we'll see." more
(FMQB) Coldplay will unleash a new single this Friday, marking their first new material in two years. The band posted a message yesterday on Coldplay.com explaining, "We're about to play a bunch of summer festivals so it's as good a time as any to put out a new song." more
(FMQB) Panic! At The Disco frontman Brendon Urie broke his ankle during a gig in Pompano Beach, FL on Saturday (May 29). He is thought to have sustained the injury when climbing back onto the stage after jumping into the crowd. more
(NME) Muse to start work on new album without Matt Bellamy. Bellamy currently taking a break from the band as he prepares for the birth of his first child with his fiancιe, actress Kate Hudson more
(BW&BK) AC/DC frontman Brian Johnson on new memoir - "I wouldn't entrust a ghostwriter to write my story; bollocks, this is me and a pencil and a piece of paper because I can't type" more
(Lambgoat) The remainder of The Human Abstract's current headlining tour with Scale The Summit, This Or The Apocalypse, and others, has apparently been cancelled.
(BW&BK) Slayer fan site Slayerized.com reports that Tom Araya, who was born in Vina del Mar (Chile) will receive the key to the city this week from Mayor Virginia Reginato. This Friday, Slayer will be playing in Tom's hometown for the first time. more
All Else Failed are reuniting and will play the This Is Hardcore festival. The lineup for the show will be founding members Patrick Shannon, Luke Muir and Steve Wiegand, joined by long-time guitarist Dave Davies and drummer Joe Brown. more
Saxon have posted its second making-of clip for its upcoming new album 'Call to Arms.' You can check out the second video in the series in the player here
(Lambgoat) The Tony Danza Tapdance Extravaganza entered the studio a week ago to begin tracking their next full-length, titled "Danza IV."
(Punknews.org) Helms Alee will be releasing a new full-length entitled Weatherhead on June 21, 2011 via Hydra Head Records. more
(Lambgoat) Details have been announced for this year's installment of This Is Hardcore Fest, which will take place on August 11, 12, 13, and 14 at the First Unitarian Church and the Starlight Ballroom in Philadelphia, PA. more
August Burns Red will be canceling thier upcoming shows in Turkey (Istanbul) and (Israel) Tel Aviv due to commitments regarding the upcoming June 21st album release in the US. more
In Other Words and Serianna will tour together briefly in July. more
(NME) The Futureheads' drummer Dave Hyde has confirmed that his side-project Hyde & Beast will release their debut album this summer. more
(Lambgoat) Horseback has announced a brief tour surrounding their performance as part of the Utech Festival in Milwaukee, WI the weekend of June 11. more
David Crosby and Graham Nash are teaming up for UK nine shows more
(Lambgoat) Boys No Good (Casey Jones, Kids Like Us) is set to release their highly anticipated debut album Never Felt Better July 26 on Indianola Records. more
On this day in 1968, Simon and Garfunkel went to #1 on the U.S. singles chart with "Mrs Robinson." It was featured in the Dustin Hoffman and Ann Bancroft film The Graduate.
On this day in 1975, The Rolling Stones kicked off their biggest ever U.S. tour at Louisiana State University. The tour would take in 45 shows in 26 cities. Guitarist Ron Wood joined The Stones on tour for first time, replacing Mick Taylor.
On this day in 2003, Staind were at #1 on the U.S. album chart with 14 Shades Of Gray, the bands second U.S. #1, peaking at #16 on the U.K. chart. Find out what else happened on this date in music history here
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(Rock News Desk) Guns N' Roses guitarist DJ Ashba has recounted how he and frontman Axl Rose "literally kicked the sh*t out of" a drunk fan who'd gatecrashed a private party.
The guitarist insists it was "all good" and that the fan in question took the attack in good spirits, later admitting he'd deserved it. "Me and Axl kicked the living sh*t out of this dude," Ashba tells Guitar International. "He snuck into this private aftershow party that was just held for the band and the crew. He was a drunk obnoxious big dude he walks in and he's telling everyone he's our tour manager. We're like, 'What the f**k?'
"He actually punched one of our tour managers. I saw it, so I grabbed the guy by his throat and slammed him up against the wall and I said, 'You need to leave now,' he continues. "I walked him over to the door, but he turned round and punched me in the face. I just started unloading on him. Axl saw him hit me and flipped, and jumped in." more on this story
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(Rock News Desk) Original Ozzy Osbourne bassist Bob Daisley has a hoard of unheard recordings featuring the late guitarist Randy Rhoads but he refuses to allow the Osbournes to badger him into a cut-price deal for releasing them.
Daisley accuses the celebrity couple of "rewriting history" and cites the example of his own removal from re-releases of the first two Ozzy solo albums. Manager Sharon Osbourne had his parts and those of drummer Lee Kerslake replaced with new recordings when Blizzard of Ozz and Diary of a Madman were republished in 2002.
"When Sharon and Ozzy tell the story, they both try to rewrite history. It's inaccurate and it's not how it happened," The bassist tells BraveWords. "To start, Ozzy said Sharon used to come to the pub with us when we were doing the first record. But she wasn't even there it's a long way to come from LA, as that's where she was living. She had nothing to do with the first record; Ozzy was still married to Thelma at the time, and she used to come to the pub."
But Daisley says fans will have to wait to hear the whole story: "Lee and I were not consulted you're not going to get us in it as the Osbournes are involved. There were four people in that band and it was the chemistry of those four people that made it what it was." more on this story
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(Gibson) Eddie Vedder said that Pearl Jam are hard at work on their new studio album, which will be the band's tenth. The sessions come in the midst of Pearl Jam's 20th anniversary year as a group, which is being commemorated in re-issues, a Wisconsin festival this summer and an upcoming Cameron Crowe-directed documentary. In an interview with Rolling Stone, Vedder talked about his band and his new ukulele album.
"I just wanted it to be the one sound," the singer said about his new album, Ukulele Songs. "At first it was kind of a joke, and then it became a little bit of a challenge, a puzzle, to see if I could create 11 or 12 songs with just a ukulele. It's like painting with one color. You can really appreciate the subtleties and changes in tone."
With all the hoopla about Pearl Jam's anniversary, Vedder said he's doing his best not to be too nostalgic. "I feel like we have to keep our eyes on the road," he said. "Being nostalgic is like taking an offramp and getting a sandwich and then you get back on the highway. I don't want to be spending the rest of my life at the gas station." more on this story
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(Rock News Desk) Slayer will give Jeff Hanneman all the time he needs to recover from an attack of necrotising fasciitis in his arm and have vowed not to start work on a new album until he's ready.
The guitarist looks likely to continue missing tour dates after a suspected spider bite led to him requiring skin grafts and muscle rehabilitation, a process which is still continuing.
He made a surprise appearance during the Big 4 thrash concert in California in April, but only played a handful of tracks. He's been replaced on tour by Exodus guitarist Gary Holt then Cannibal Corpse axeman Pat O'Brian. Slayer frontman Tom Araya tells Billboard: "It was a big deal for him to play in California it was a big deal for us too. We thought it would be a nice surprise for everybody, and also make them aware he's still there. more on this story
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(Gibson) Freddie Mercury's previously unseen, last performance was recently shown by the BBC. The documentary, Queen: Days of Our Lives, included film of the flamboyant frontman preparing for the video of "These are the Days of Our Lives." The unseen Mercury footage was discovered by Rhys Thomas, who co-produced the documentary.
According to the Independent newspaper, Thomas said: "The footage of Freddie in his final video is shocking. He is so frail, he needs two hands to hold a champagne glass. But he knows he is being filmed and wants to show people what he was going through."
Queen guitarist Brian May commented: "At this time, Freddie's becoming weakened by this horrible disease, but he'd throw a couple of vodkas down and prop himself up on the mixing desk and go for it. He actually says a kind of goodbye in the video." more on this story
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(Rock News Desk) Stone Temple Pilots singer Scott Weiland vows he'll fight off alcohol the way he fought off addiction to harder drugs.
He says he was completely clean for four years until a nightmare year saw him seeking refuge in the bottle but he's convinced he can defeat the demon drink. "I've been clean for nine years. There are some people who can go back to drinking, very few, and some people who can't. It doesn't mean my relationship with it is a healthy one. It's an extra obstacle I plan to get rid of," Weiland tells KROQ. "When I joined Velvet Revolver I'd been completely sober all the way, drugs and alcohol, for four years. Then I had marriage problems. My brother died. My mum almost died of cancer.
"It was too much I tried to put band-aids wherever the pain was leaking from. Booze is everywhere. I'm a sports fan and all the ads are either car commercials or beer commercials. And it worked originally, but it doesn't really work." more on this story
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(RockAAA) More than 30 years after his passing, there remains a lot of love for AC/DC's Bon Scott amongst fans and his fellow band members.
"I think he embodied everything that was fun, everything that was like 'never say die, live life to the full,'" Brian Johnson tells USA Today. "And he had a terrible thing happen to him when he passed on. He wasn't a wild, wild, wild man he was just as wild as the other boys were. He was just unlucky. We've all done stupid, dumb things where we're young, but we got away with it. He didn't. It was just one of them stupid things that shouldn't have happened, and it was accidental and it was stupid. And I just won't have a bad word said against him. We still talk about him like he's a member of the band in the dressing room."
Brian's comments came during a book-signing stop last week in the New York area, as he promotes his new book, "Rockers And Rollers: A Full Throttle Memoir," which details Johnson's history and lifelong love affair with cars. more on this story
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iTunes have set a June 14 world wide release date for the digital versions of The Beatles' three remastered 'Anthology' music collections. Here are the details from Apple Corp:
Starting today, the acclaimed 'Anthology, Vols. 1-3' are available for pre-order in most countries as individual iTunes LPs ($29.99), as are an iTunes-exclusive 'Anthology Box Set' with all 155 tracks from the three volumes ($79.99) and an exclusive 23-track 'Anthology Highlights' collection of standout tracks from each ($12.99). 'Anthology' songs will also be available for individual download on June 14 for $1.29 each. A special 'Anthology' video introduction and a 50-minute "Meet The Beatles" radio show are available for free streaming at www.iTunes.com/TheBeatles starting today.
'Anthology, Vols. 1-3' have been digitally remastered by the same dedicated team of engineers at EMI Music's Abbey Road Studios responsible for remastering The Beatles' original UK studio albums, carefully maintaining the authenticity and integrity of the original analogue recordings. The result is the highest fidelity the catalogue has seen since its original release. The collections feature original collage artwork created by Klaus Voormann from classic Beatles imagery. more on this story
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(Gibson) While the band has yet to announce anything formally about recording a new album, it appears that Green Day are doing just that. Frontman Billie Joe Armstrong recently broke the news via his Twitter account, according to NME.com.
"OK. Here's the scoop," Armstrong wrote. "Green Day has been jamming new songs everyday. There's a ton of new songs. The direction is fresh and high energy. Feels great."
The songs could be part of the band's ninth studio album, and the follow-up to 2009's 21st Century Breakdown. "I don't want to give away too much but just know that me, Mike [Dirnt, bassist], Tre [Cool, drummer] and Jason [White, touring guitarist] are collaborating and having the best time playing music." more on this story
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Linkin Park will premiere their new video for the song "Iridescent" from the upcoming Transformers movie, Transformers: Dark Of The Moon on VH1, VH1 Classic and Palladia on Thursday, June 2 at 8PM ET.
Additionally, MTV's "The Seven" will air exclusive behind-the-scenes footage from the video shoot on Thursday, June 2 at 5pm ET/PT in anticipation of MTV's video premiere on Friday.
MTV's "10 On Top" will also air behind-the-scenes footage from the video shoot Saturday, June 4 at 11:30am ET/PT. MTV Hits, mtvU and MTV2 will all add the video into rotation following the VH1 premiere. more on this story
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(Gibson) Next year, Coachella will take place over two weekends in April instead of the usual one-weekend affair. Organizers have announced the 2012 edition of the music fest will happen on April 13-15 and 20-22 in Indio, California.
Although fans can expect double the days and double the music, they shouldn't prepare for double the amount of acts. According to Spinner.com, Coachella will feature the same lineup on each weekend. Whether everyone will play at the same time and on the same days is yet to be seen.
It has been speculated that the cause for the decision came from the success of hosting Coachella, as usual, this year and then hosting The Big Four (with Metallica, Slayer, Megadeth and Anthrax) show a week later. more on this story
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(Rock News Desk) Journey guitarist Neal Schon says he's managed to get over his drug addiction issues but admits he was once a "functioning f**k-up".
And the axeman says fears over living a drug-fuelled lifestyle drove him to refuse an invitation to join Eric Clapton's band when he was 15, opting instead to play with Carlos Santana.
"I got the offer from Eric to join Derek and the Dominoes before I got asked to join the Santana band. What a choice, you know?," Schon tells MusicRadar. " I was in the studio with Carlos and we were jamming, when Eric walked in. I was blown away, of course, and I didn't say too much. But we ended up jamming, it was a fun time, and the next day I went back to the studio and there was a note from Eric's people requesting that I go and play with him that night. more on this story
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(Gibson) In a new interview with GeeksofDoom.com, Slayer drummer Dave Lombardo addressed the rumors of rivalry between the Big Four, which also includes Metallica, Megadeth and Anthrax. He also spoke of progress on a new Slayer album.
Asked about playing as part of the Big Four, Lombardo called it "exciting," saying: "Every time there's more in the pipe for us to play on. I, at least, am looking forward to hanging out with the other guys and doing these festivals that are amazing."
Lombardo also said that he leaves the much talked-about decades of dissension between Big Four band members to the groups' guitarists. "I can't really speak for anybody else, but there was never any rivalry from myself with the bands," said Lombardo. "I never had issues with any of them. I'm sure maybe with other guitar, er, musicians within the bands, maybe, of course there would have been
God, you can imagine the egos and the arrogance and attitude most musicians carry around with them when they haven't grown up."
When pressed about his reference to rivalry between Big Four guitarists, Lombardo said, "I don't know, I feel like drummers
we get along a lot better than guitar players do with each other
There's one thing that we all have in common, which all us drummers have, is we like to share what we do. There's no secret. I think guitar players tend to be a little more secretive and a little more passionate. Well, maybe passionate isn't the right word, but they're a little more secretive about their tricks and whatever they do. And 20 years ago, man, I tell ya, it was the same thing." more on this story
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(Rock News Desk) Jaws is an AC/DC fan, an Australian tour operator has discovered. Matt Waller of Adventure Bay, based at Port Lincoln, plays the band's classic tracks You Shook Me All Night Long and, appropriately, If You Want Blood to attract great whites during tours.
The giant fish enjoy the music so much they swim up to his clients' viewing cages and try to touch them, so they can be closer to the sound.
Waller made his discovery after shark experts told him their hearing is best between the low range of 20 and 1000 hertz. He tells the Herald Sun: "We know AC/DC's music works best by trial and error I've seen the sharks rub their faces on the cage where the sound is coming from, as if to feel it. more on this story
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(Rock News Desk) Rush drummer Neil Peart says the bonus-feature dinner filmed for the band's Beyond the Lighted Stage DVD takes place every night before they play and he's worried guitarist Alex Lifeson will choke him to death one evening. But he's never watched the acclaimed movie, and never will, because he doesn't want to relive some of the subjects discussed.
Peart's life disintegrated in 1997 when his daughter died in a car accident, then his wife died of cancer just ten months later. He took time off before deciding to continue with his musical career but he has no desire to watch as the episode is discussed in the movie.
The bonus footage shows Lifeson joking with bandmates Peart and Geddy Lee, with the drummer frequently unable to stop laughing. And he says that's a regular occurrence. "I was dying from laughter at Alex," he recalls. "We keep saying he's going to kill me. I'll choke to death. It happens now: we always have dinner together before the show, then he'll say something and soon I'm choking to death." more on this story
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(Gibson) While Van Halen are preparing to hit the road in Australia later this year, former singers Sammy Hagar and Gary Cherone will share the stage in Tucson, Arizona this weekend.
Cherone's new band, Hurtsmile, will support Sammy Hagar and the Wabos at Casino Del Sol on Saturday night, creating a bill which brings to mind the Sam and Dave tour of 2002 (which was bombastically titled the Song For Song, the Heavyweight Champs of Rock and Roll tour), when David Lee Roth and Sammy Hagar co-headlined to large crowds. Cherone made a few appearances during that tour.
After his stint with Van Halen, Cherone formed the band Tribe of Judah with his Extreme bandmates Pat Badger and Mike Mangini (now in Dream Theater) as well as Leo Mellace on guitar and Steve Ferlazzo on keys. Hurtsmile's debut self-titled album was released earlier this year. Meanwhile Extreme are still active, and have begun writing material for their next album. more on this story
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(hennemusic) Eddie Vedder's new solo release, "Ukulele Songs," came out yesterday. The disc features a collection of original material and covers performed by Vedder on ukulele.
A new video for the album's opening track, "Can't Keep," has surfaced; the song originally appeared on Pearl Jam's 2002 release, "Riot Act."
Having recently completed a short tour of Australia, Eddie gets set to do a month-long US tour, which kicks off June 15th in Providence, Rhode Island and wraps up on July 15th at Seattle's Benaroya Hall. Special guest Glen Hansard (The Swell Season, The Frames) will join Vedder on the road. Check out the video here
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Eagle Rock has released more details about the WhoCares project sprearheaded by Black Sabbath lead guitarist Tony Iommi and Deep Purple lead singer Ian Gillan.
The two have reunited for the first time since working together on Sabbath's 1983 Born Again album. The resulting two-man project, WhoCares, features an all-star array of talent.
All of the money generated from the digital Internet release of the two-song single on Tuesday, May 10, will benefit the music school of Gyumari, Armenia, an area which never recovered from a massive 1988 earthquake. more on this story
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Ringo Starr will perform and announce his European tour with a live press conference today at 9 a.m. central time at www.muzu.tv/ringostarr.
Music-news.com reports that Ringo and his All Starr Band (Edgar Winter, Gary Wright, Rick Derringer, Richard Page, Wally Palmar and Gregg Bissonette) will perform briefly and then answer questions from the media and fans.
The All Starr Band European tour begins on June 4 , and will go to Ukraine, Russia, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Latvia, Poland, U.K., France, Czech Republic, Italy, Holland, Germany and Austria. more on this story
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Frank Turner is planning an American invasion when hits the road this fall for a North American tour.
The trek kicks off on September 20th in Danbury, CT and will wrap up on November 4th in Philadelphia, PA.
Turner will be touring in support of upcoming album, England Keep My Bones, which will be released by Epitaph Records on June 7th. more on this story
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Tiger Army's Nick 13 has set a June 7th release date for his new self-titled solo album.
Nick's self-titled debut was produced in Los Angeles and Nashville by Greg Leisz and James Intveld, with mixing duties handled by Grammy award winner Jim Scott (Wilco, Tom Petty, Dixie Chicks).
Nick 13 crafts storytelling Americana songs of heartbreak, experience and passion, driven by his haunting and distinctive voice and acoustic guitar. more on this story
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The Killers drummer Ronnie Vannucci is taking on the leading role with his new solo project Big Talk.
Epitaph/Little Oil Records have set a July 19th release date for the project's self-titled debut album.
"I've always tinkered around with other instruments and I found myself wanting to just play," says Vannucci, who is a talented multi-instrumentalist. "I've always written songs. I really like collaboration. That's one of the ways The Killers write we each do demos and show each other stuff, and if it piques anyone's interest, we go for it." more on this story
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Astralwerks Records have set a September 13th release date for The Kooks new album, Junk of the Heart.
The new album is being preceded by the release of a debut single of the same name on July 11th.
Additionally, the band have announce a limited and exclusive round of U.S. tour dates in June. more on this story
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Peaceville Records have released a special 20th anniversary collection for My Dying Bride called Evinta.
The collection commemorates 20 years of doom and gloom from the British act, as it embarked upon a special project to re-work familiar melodies and themes from its extensive catalogue into long, flowing symphonic compositions, which includes new vocals and passages from vocalist Aaron Stainthorpe.
These arrangements have been brought to life in co-operation with keyboard maestro, Johnny Maudling (of Bal Sagoth fame), as well as a clutch of talented classical musicians, and shared vocals courtesy of professional opera singer Lucie Roche more on this story
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Paul Weller, Ronnie Wood, Hanson, Coldplay, Emmylou Harris, Depeche Mode, Weezer, Dave Stewart, Mark Ronson and Toploader have donated guitar picks to a charity auction. They are aiding the Ben Sherman V.I.P. (Very Important Plectrum) fundraiser for the Trekstock cancer charity and LIFEbeat HIV organization.
According to the Daily Express, the artists involved have all signed a card to verify their plectrum donations and all picks are mounted in a frame.
The auction began on Sunday (May 29) and will run until June 19. For more information go here and here more on this story
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The Second Annual Drummer's Reality Camp is set to take place June 29th through July 2nd at Los Angeles Music Academy College of Music.
Guest instructors include Alex Acuρa, Kenny Aronoff, Terry Bozzio, Jim Keltner, Cobus Potgieter, Gil Sharone and Thomas Pridgen (with others to be announced) while LA Music Academy's own Ralph Humphrey, Dave Beyer, Aaron Serfaty, Tony Inzalaco and Joe Porcaro round out the artist list.
The four-day event includes workshops, lessons, master classes, special performances, autograph sessions and a DW Drums factory tour; individual days and evening concerts will be available a la carte. more on this story
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Buddy Guy has been announced as the headliner for the second annual Lakefront Jazz and Blues Festival.
The event is set to take place Lakefront Park in Prior Lake, Minnesota on Saturday, July 16 and will also feature The Voice" contestant Tim Mahoney Quinn Sullivan, Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Rea, The Lamont Cranston Blues Band and more.
"We are absolutely honored to have Buddy Guy headlining this year's festival," said Shaun Naya, event and fundraising co-chair for the Prior Lake Rotary. "He is an extraordinarily talented musician that will highlight an amazing day of jazz and blues music." more on this story
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Basin Street Records have set a June 21, 2011 release date for Dr. Michael White's Adventures in New Orleans Jazz, Part 1 (Part 2 will be released in early 2012).
White has recorded 10 projects under his own name and has participated on over 40 recordings including the latest projects of Eric Clapton, Paul Simon, and Marianne Faithful.
This is the fifth release of Dr. Michael White's on the Basin Street Records label following A Song for George Lewis, Jazz from the Soul of New Orleans, Dancing in the Sky, and Blue Crescent. more on this story
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Amon Amarth stormed Jaxxs Nightclub in Springfield, Virginia and much like the Vikings they emulate, the quintet ventured across the ocean hungry for new shores to conquer. Unlike the Norsemen of yore, the group was greeted as returning heroes rather than unwanted invaders. (4.5 stars)
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