Month: March 2021

  • Watch Prince Define Funk In This Outrageous 1987 Concert Film

    first_imgSign “” The Times – It’s Gonna Be a Beautiful Night Posted by This Is Not Music – This Is A Trip on Tuesday, March 12, 2013 Back in 1987, Prince put together a concert film to follow his tour entitled Sign ” ” the Times, the symbol of peace being a dedication of hope to the depressing state of the world. Originally intended to use footage from a live concert in the Netherlands, the quality was deemed unsatisfactory by Prince and therefore was entirely reshot at his own Paisley Park Studios.The album’s music draws on funk, soul, psychedelic pop, and rock music and features keyboardist Boni Boyer, bassist Levi Seacer, Jr., guitarist Miko Weaver, drummer Sheila E., dancer Cat Glover,  and former member of The Revolution keyboardist Dr. Fink.Check out the video for “It’s Gonna Be A Beautiful Night,” featuring an epic drum break and some incomparable dance moves from Prince himself, as well as some astonishing performances from his stellar band:last_img read more

  • An Exclusive Look Into The Chris Robinson Brotherhood’s Exciting New Album Release

    first_imgChris Robinson has clearly learned that one of the most important keys to success is proper preparation. On Anyway You Love, We Know How You Feel, it’s obvious that he and his band did their homework. On their fourth studio album, the Chris Robinson Brotherhood show off their unity and soul with a set of songs that perfectly utilize the skills and easy musical camaraderie that the band has built through years of sharing stages and tour buses. Having put in that time to completely gel as a unit, the band is free to further explore the southern fried soulful and funky results of the interplay of their various talents, which they do to great effect on their newest album.The band’s bubbling, southern psychedelic sound has evolved since their last studio album, 2014’s Phosphorescent Harvest, adding a richness and a depth beyond any previous work.  While obviously the star of the show, Robinson shares sonic space freely with his collaborators, particularly guitarist Neal Casal and keyboardist Adam MacDougall. Both men have powerful musical voices but manage to work in harmony with each other, all under the emotive drawl and chords of Robinson.“Narcissus Soaking Wet” opens the disc with a dreamlike intro that slowly coalesces into a funky, cosmic groove which casts a powerful spell from the very first notes. A slinky guitar line blends with a percolating organ from keyboardist and song co-writer MacDougall before expanding to a trance-like jam from the heart of the early seventies. Casal’s use of slide on the following “Forever As The Moon” is suitably restrained so that the majestic sound of his chords doesn’t drown out the rest of the piece. Here Casal, as throughout these recordings, takes great care to serve the song not his own ego, managing to compliment but never overwhelm the mid tempo tune with his peels of guitar joy.Whether tossing off a floating, quirky quasi-instrumental like “Give Us Back Our Eleven Days” or allowing Robinson and Casal let their jamming do the talking for them in the impressive outro on “Leave My Guitar Alone.” Anyway You Love, We Know How You Feel never loses sight of its tone and pace. “Oak Apple Day” exemplifies the languid and funky approach that is the order of the day, with all the hallmarks of the album prominently on display. Syrupy guitar leads, reedy organ flourishes and a call-and-response lyric that has Robinson entreating listeners to “Relax Your Mind,” which sums up the albums lyrical and sonic intent perfectly. Closing the album with “California Hymn” Robinson’s roots show the strongest with a plaintive pedal steel guitar and his charming drawl both turned up to their highest intensity, sending listeners out with a last moment of righteous fire.“All it takes is one good, small idea, and then if everyone’s focused and in the moment, a few hours later, you can have something that you realize you’ll be playing for as long as you’re making music,” said Robinson in a statement. “I think when everyone’s aware that that’s the sort of magic that we’re looking for. More than any other session that I’ve ever been a part of, that’s how all of these songs were done.”As is often the case, having a strongly defined musical identity can be a double edged sword for a band. While obviously great care has been shown to make each track open and accessible, the soul and spirit behind them is personal and pervasive. Chris Robinson and his band aren’t trying to please the world, they’re just making the best music they can, and they’ve done themselves proud with this album. Flowing like a twisting and turning river that wanders but never loses sight of its destination, Anyway You Love, We Know How You Feel delivers a wonderful escape from the maddening beat of the modern world. As gifts go, a sanctuary for the soul, no matter how momentary, is a true blessing well worth sharing.Anyway You Love, We Know How You Feel is due out this Friday, July 29th. You can find information about ordering the album here.last_img read more

  • Watch Jimi Hendrix’s Iconic ‘Star Spangled Banner’ Performance From Woodstock 1969

    first_imgIt’s been forty-seven years since Woodstock Music & Arts Fair took place upon Max Yasgur’s 600-acre farm at White Lake, New York in the town of Bethel. The original Woodstock, now legendary for many, many reasons, sold over 186,000 tickets, though eventually became a free event, welcoming hundreds of thousands more people, because of some flimsy fences and ticket barriers that had fallen on the first day. They gathered in the name of peace, love, and music.With the third day lasting over 24 hours, the bill hosted Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young, The Who, Joe Cocker, The Band, Johnny Winter, and several other to-be legends. Today is the anniversary of the final, unplanned fourth day, which ended with Jimi Hendrix.Celebrating Woodstock’s Anniversary With The Top 15 PerformancesHendrix clocked in at about 9AM on Monday morning, playing for over two hours to less than 30,000 people – an impressive feat, to say the least. It was in that set that the guitarist performed his most famous solo, “The Star Spangled Banner”, mirroring the psychedelic misconducts and tumultuous trends of the modern day political steam. Playing for peace and for love, and to all those who’d listen, made Hendrix’s performance the most iconic of the weekend.Watch this early morning moment in the video, as well as his Woodstock rendition of  “Purple Haze,” below:The Star Spangled BannerPurple HazeSETLIST: Jimi Hendrix | Woodstock | 8/18/1969:Message to LoveHear My Train a-Comin’Spanish Castle MagicRed HouseMastermindLover ManFoxy LadyJam Back at the HouseIzabellaGypsy Woman > Aware of LoveFireVoodoo Child (Slight Return) > Stepping StoneThe Star Spangled BannerPurple HazeHey Joelast_img read more

  • Alex Trebek Rapping On Jeopardy! Is The Best Internet You’ll See Today

    first_imgIn the midst of College Jeopardy! on Monday, February 20th, one of the categories was “Let’s Rap, Kids.” Each clue featured lyrics to a popular rap song, and the contestants had to correctly identify the artist who raps them. Yes, that did mean that host Alex Trebek was rapping lyrics to Drake’s “Started From the Bottom,” Kendrick Lamar’s “m.A.A.d. city,” Lil Wayne’s “6 Foot 7 Foot,” Desiigner’s “Panda” and Kanye West’s “Famous.”Trebek even joked, “I was just getting into this rap thing, I’m not too good at it, but I was getting in to it.”Nonsense, Alex. You’re a legend. Let’s get this man featured on a new single, yeah? Watch the magic unfold in the YouTube video below.last_img read more

  • PREMIERE: Pimps Of Joytime Tell New Tales On “Third Wall Chronicles” Album [Stream]

    first_imgSomewhere on the frontier between funk and soul, Brooklyn’s own Pimps Of Joytime are out there, fighting to bring their horn and hook laden dance music to the people. On their latest release, Third Wall Chronicles, the Pimps show how remarkably far they have come in their pursuit of the perfect groove. Having distilled their sound down to a lean, mean essence, the band has seemingly found the perfect blueprint to success with the tools in their shed.Live For Live Music is excited to premiere the entire album today, just two days before its official release on Friday, March 24. Says Brian Jay of the album, “I’m excited to be putting Third Wall Chronicles out into the world. My heart and soul is in these tracks and I feel we hit a new level aesthetically. My biggest hope is that people will resonate with the work and get as much enjoyment out of listening to it as I did making it.” Stream the whole record below:Case in point: the first track on Third Wall Chronicles, “The Funk (Give Me A Hand),” features some imaginative and infectious beats from percussionist Mayteana Morales and drummer John Staten that go far beyond the accepted norms. Morales’ fills manage to be ever present but not overdone while Staten’s rock solid pocket shows a complete grasp of scale and accomplishing more with less. This platform gives guitarist and vocalist Brian Jay plenty of room to wind his slinky leads in and out of bassist and keyboard player David Bailis‘ lines with an innate and impressive series of twists and turns.Everyone in Pimps Of Joytime seems to be spinning multiple plates at the same time. Tracks like “Play” and “On Tap” you can tell that years of working together have given them a trust in each other that can only be earned. While “Play” has a youthful spunk that spreads smiles far and wide, “On Tap” smolders with a sultry and sensuous undercurrent that is decidedly more adult. Their command of a wide range of song styles stems from their overall unity. Tracks like “Jack Stackin” let everyone have a moment to shine but the brightest moments are when they are working as a unit, such as on this tune.Though the Pimps are surely their own band, they take a few moments to honor the styles and sounds that paved the way for them. “Reverend Soul” could just as easily have existed in the sixties or seventies as the modern day. They even bring in a link to those halcyon days with Dumpstaphunk mastermind and impeccably pedigreed Ivan Neville on “Mud,” a slow simmering burn that features a classic break down coalescing into sheer funk gold. Even when they strip down their sound, as with Jay’s near naked tone on “Neara To Your Fire,” the Pimps are still as thick and greasy as any band in the land.Third Wall Chronicles fills a much needed slot in the collection of any funk aficionado interested in the future and longevity of the genre itself. Listening to their fresh take on the best known conventions of the form is heartening and habit-forming at the same time. Each listen reveals an unheard fill, an unnoticed time change, or some other well-placed addition to the funkosphere. With dedicated students of the form like Pimps Of Joytime working hard to craft new grooves, it seems like the future of organic dance tunes is in good hands indeed!PIMPS OF JOYTIME — SPRING 2017 TOUR DATES3/22 — Gypsy Sally’s — Washington, DC3/23 — Ardmore Music Hall — Ardmore, PA3/24 — The Wonder Bar — Asbury Park, NJ3/25 — The Bowery Ballroom — New York, NY4/1 — The Sinclair — Cambridge, MA5/5 – House of Blues – Parish – New Orleans, LA5/6 – Howlin’ Wolf – New Orleans, LA5/20 — VA Beach Funk Out — Virginia Beach, VA5/26 — Rooster Walk — Martinsville, VA6/3 – Sun Drenched Music Fest – Denver, CO6/10 – Enchanted Forest Gathering – Laytonville, CA7/2 – Waterfront Blues Festival – Portland, OR8/4 — Salmonfest Music Festival — Ninilchik, AKlast_img read more

  • The Infamous Stringdusters, Fruition, & More To Bring The Pickin’ To Aiken Bluegrass Festival

    first_imgSouth Carolina in the Spring is about as beautiful as it gets. Add in some of bluegrass’ best musical acts, the Western Carolina State Fairgrounds, and plenty of activities to do throughout the day, and you have the Aiken Bluegrass Festival. Set to take place May 12th-13th in Aiken, SC, this year’s festival boasts a truly fantastic lineup that includes headlining spots from The Infamous Stringdusters and Fruition, with support from Larry Keel, Billy Strings (who is coming off a 4-night Colorado run with the Paul Hoffman/Anders Beck Quartet), Gipsy Moon, The Herman Clan (featuring Leftover Salmon’s Vince Herman), and many more (purchase tickets here).Outside of the traditional acts on the lineup, each day will feature a unique superjam with various members featured on the bill. On Friday, Leftover Salmon’s Andy Thorn and Yonder Mountain String Band’s Allie Kral will lead a cast of bluegrass stars that includes Billy Strings and Love Canon’s Jay Starling, as well as their pick of a deep bullpen of numerous fan favorite artists. And prior to that set will be a set dubbed “Guitacolypse Now” with Larry Keel, Vince Herman, Falco, Strings, and Brad Parsons creating one monstrous unified front. Anything goes with this set.The Saturday ABF superjam will be hosted by Vince Herman, Larry Keel, and Lindsay Lou, and will see a stage full of musicians getting up on stage and picking away. The “Lindsay Lou & The Ladies” set earlier in the day will feature all the ladies of the festival, including Lindsay Lou (& The Flatbellys), Allie Kral (Yonder Mountain String Band), Mimi Naja (Fruition), Jenny Keel (Larry Keel Experience), and Mackenzie Page (Gipsy Moon).And nothing goes better with bluegrass than some tasty barley-laced ales, which will be provided by New Belgium Brewing Co. If you are looking for some whiskey to go along with your ale, Carolina Moon Distillery will be on site to scratch that itch as well.The family friendly environment of the Western Carolina State Fairgrounds has plenty to do outside of the music including dozens of unique vendors, multiple carnival rides, and a kid’s tent with activities running throughout the weekend. There will be camping and RV passes available to attendees (to be purchased in additional to festival passes). Daily and weekend passes for Aiken Bluegrass Festival range between $20 – $60 for single or two-day passes.Purchase tickets to Aiken Bluegrass Festival here. For additional information and event updates, join the Facebook Event page at this link.All proceeds from the Aiken Bluegrass Festival benefit Great Oak Aiken Therapeutic Riding Center, a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping individuals with disabilities improve their quality of life through safe interaction with horses.Aiken Blugrass Festival Daily ScheduleFriday, May 12th – Gates open at 12:00 PMDoug and the Henrys – 5:00pmThe Herman Clan – 6:30pmGuitacolypse Now – 8:00pmSuper Jam 1 – Andy Thorn, Billy Strings, Jay Starling, Allie Kral, Travis Book and More!! – 9:30pmThe Infamous Stringdusters – 11:00pmSaturday, May 13th – Gates open at 12:00 PMGipsy Moon Band – 1:00pmBrad Parsons Band – Featuring Members of Fruition – 2:30pmLindsay Lou & The Ladies – Jenny Keel, Mimi Naja, Allie Kral, Lindsay Lou and Mackenzie Page – 4:00pmABF Super Jam 2 – As many artists that can fit on stage – 5:30pmLarry Keel Experience – 7:00pmBilly Strings – 9:00pmFruition – 11:00pm[cover photo courtesy of Dave Vann]@aikenbluegrassfestivallast_img read more

  • ‘Long Strange Trip’ Red Rocks’ Screening Offers Light And Dark Moments From The Grateful Dead’s Past

    first_imgOn Thursday, the new Grateful Dead documentary Long Strange Trip premiered at movie theaters and iconic venues across the country ahead of its official June 2nd release via Amazon Prime. One such screening was at the legendary Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Colorado—a venue that the iconic original jam band made its debut at in July of 1978. Perhaps appropriate thematically for the film directed by Amir Bar-Lev that was to be premiered, the weather was unpredictable, shifting between clear skies and thunderstorms sporadically across the evening.Listen To The Full Soundtrack For ‘Long Strange Trip,’ Featuring Remastered And Unreleased Grateful DeadBefore the official screening of the film, Great American Taxi performed a number of tunes by the Grateful Dead, with their set being paused temporarily during its middle due to lightning strikes on the horizon. However, the band and the attendees were prepared for the weather and not put off, and those who stayed were treated to a final number that saw over a dozen musicians from Colorado and beyond perform a heartfelt rendition of “Franklin’s Tower” to close out their performance and welcome in the movie (with a background of a double rainbow no less). As for the movie itself, Long Strange Trip is broken into six acts of around forty minutes in length. While by no means comprehensive—the storied history of the Grateful Dead, both of the band and for the country’s culture at large, cannot be limited to a single film (or even multiple films)—the four-hour-long movie does its best at providing a glimpse into the band’s come-up as a social institution from its inception in the Bay Area to the death of Jerry Garcia in 1995. Woven throughout the movie is the motif of Frankenstein’s monster—an archetype important to Garcia throughout his life following the death of his father when he was a young boy and as a metaphor for the legendary guitarist and the band itself. With that said, the film similarly does not shy away from exploring the darker sides of the Grateful Dead institution, equally acknowledging the life and beauty the project brought forth in addition to some of the more negative and less publicized aspects of the band’s history, specifically in attention to the life and times of Jerry Garcia.Long Strange Trip features multiple interviews across its duration with band members Phil Lesh, Bob Weir, Bill Kreutzmann, and Mickey Hart, who all were credited as executive producers on the film in addition to Martin Scorsese, in addition to interviews with Jerry’s daughter Trixie Garcia, band biographer Dennis McNally, lyricist Robert Hunter, Jerry’s girlfriend and later fiancee Barbara Meier, as well as a number of additional crew members, fans, and more. It walks viewers through the Grateful Dead’s roots as The Warlocks, and how the Acid Tests, Ken Kesey, and Jack Kerouac tied into the inception of the band in the 60’s. From there, the movie zigzags through the evolution of the band’s sound from its beginnings melding the conversational tone of bluegrass with electric instruments onward, in addition to addressing some of the various characters important to the band, including Pigpen McKernan and Brent Mydland, and standout moments, good and bad, during the group’s storied career.As Long Strange Trip unfolds, it begins to take an increasingly and decidedly more somber tone, as we see the Grateful Dead gain immense popularity and the impact this has on the mystical figure that is Jerry Garcia. Following Jerry’s diabetic coma in 1986, a good-humored Garcia states in an interview, “They always love it when I don’t die,” before the film cuts to the band’s stadium return to adoring fans in 1987. This standout moment is heightened by references to the depressing fact that the increasingly isolated and depressed Garcia does not have his own “Grateful Dead”—an outlet that the adored guitarist can find solace, hope, and refuge in. It is tragic yet decidedly important, as Jerry tries to navigate his inherited role as a messiah-like figure to thousands of fans and to the members of his blood and band family, reminding viewers of the humanity of our larger-than-life famous heroes and the pressures we put on them for our own enjoyment. (Notably, at the Red Rocks screening, it was around this time that the skies began to dump torrential rain as some sort cosmic reiteration of this point.)While many of the takeaways from the film may be heavyhearted, the film itself still does a good job of balancing these darker moments with the joyful ones. Laughter frequently abounded across the amphitheater at one-liners, lighthearted anecdotes, and glimpses of the Grateful Dead and its members’ many glorious moments. Long Strange Trip is definitely worth a watch for those who love the band, and even for those who don’t, with the massive and extensive undertaking offering an understanding of how the Grateful Dead became such an important cultural presence that ultimately forged the way for the music we love and continue to love today.last_img read more

  • Phish Baker’s Dozen After Party Final Roundup: Pink Talking Fish, All-Star Tribute to Michael Jackson, Matisyahu & More

    first_imgThe magical Phish Baker’s Dozen run may be more than halfway done, but the party is far from over. CEG has you covered for all of your late night needs including Pink Talking Fish, an All-Star Tribute to Michael Jackson, Holly Bowling, Zach Deputy, and more! See below for the complete roundup of Phish After Parties presented by CEG.***8/1: Pink Talking Fish Are Dead @ The Cutting Room [Tickets]In honor of Jerry Garcia’s birthday, Pink Talking Fish are putting a special Grateful Dead spin on their formula. PTF’s weekend booze cruise is already sold out, so don’t delay on getting your tickets in advance. Expect lots of Jerry nods, deep jams, and a funky good time at this intimate venue just 3 blocks from The Garden.***8/2: Zach Deputy @ American Beauty [Tickets]One of the best singers and songwriters on the scene today, Zach Deputy is famous for his four-plus octave vocal range and his insane looping abilities that make it sound like there are easily 4 times as many people on stage.***8/2: Matisyahu @ The Cutting Room [Tickets]^Everyone’s favorite reggae beat-boxer will be playing at The Cutting Room, and he intends to go deep. He and his super tight band have more then a few improv-based tricks up their sleeve, so rest assured they’ll be jamming and stretching things out all night long.^Presented by CEG & L4LM***8/4: Pink Talking Fish @ The Gramercy Theatre [Tickets]Classic Pink Talking Fish: all Pink Floyd, Talking Heads, and Phish, all night long.***8/4: Atlas Road Crew @ American Beauty [Tickets]This alterna-southern-rock band has been making a big name for themselves over the last few years and are primed for the big time. This is your chance to see them in an intimate venue before they blow up.***8/5: Chillfam Allstars Tribute to Michael Jackson @ Gramercy Theatre [Tickets]Featuring Jennifer Hartswick and Natalie Cressman of Trey Anastasio Band, and members of Kung Fu, Pink Talking Fish, Pigeons Playing Ping Pong, Deep Banana Blackout, and more, this tribute to the King of Pop is going to be the dance party of the weekend. You never know who might show up!***8/5: Particle @ The Cutting Room [Tickets]A special “Director’s Cut” show, this gig features Particle doing updated takes on classic movie theme songs set to projections of each film. Directors Cut gigs only happen every once in a blue moon — don’t miss this opportunity!***8/5 & 8/6: Holly Bowling @ The Cutting Room (Pre-Parties) [Tickets]Piano maven Holly Bowling is back for another round of weekend pre-Phish parties. Saturday’s show will feature Holly’s spin on the famous Chicago Wedge from 2014, while Sunday will be an encore performance of the full Gamehendge suite. Anyone that was there last weekend will tell you that there’s no better way to get into a Phishy mood — it was absolutely mesmerizing.***8/6: Pink Talking Fish @ The Jewel [SOLD OUT]This bad boy is sold out, so make sure you see them earlier in the week on August 1 and 4!***All CEG Phish After Party tickets can be found here.last_img read more

  • Watch Widespread Panic Ring In The New Year With Col. Bruce Hampton Tribute

    first_imgWidespread Panic returned to the Fox Theatre in Atlanta over the weekend to celebrate New Year’s Eve in style. For many of the members and crew on stage, it was their first time back to the theater since the legendary passing of Col. Bruce Hampton earlier this year. Many of the musicians on stage had Bruce to thank for the destiny of their career, especially Jimmy Herring who played in Aquarium Rescue Unit with the Colonel back in the day. While the venue certainly carried the inimitable spirit of Bruce throughout the weekend, the dedicated celebration began around the time that the clock struck midnight.Before the third set began, the band’s tour manager, Steve Lopez, took center stage to thank the staff of Fox Theater and to commemorate the life of the Colonel before counting down to midnight. As contributing writer Otis Sinclair articulated in the full show review, “The new year continued the traditions of the past with three consecutive tributes to Colonel Bruce. Widespread Panic began the final set with a moving rendition of ‘Basically Frightened’ which they last played with Colonel Bruce in 2011. Jimmy Herring’s playing was especially emotional and sincere as a former bandmate to the beloved Colonel. John Bell gave an outstanding performance to capture the tone and vocal delivery for the tributes and gave the songs a Colonel-esque authenticity. The band followed with a first-time-played rendition of ‘Yield Not to Temptation’, a skippy Bobby Bland cover that also falls under the Colonel Bruce repertoire. Progressing deeper into the mystical cosmos of their long-time mentor and friend, the band then performed a scintillating version of ‘I’m So Glad’.”Watch front-row footage of “Basically Frightened” and “Yield Not To Temptation” below, courtesy of MrTopdogger.“Basically Frightened”“Yield Not To Temptation”[Video: MrTopdogger]Setlist: Widespread Panic | Fox Theatre | Atlanta, GA | 12/31/2017Set One: Let’s Get Down To Business, Who Do You Belong To?, Can’t Get High, Driving Song > Jamais Vu > Driving Song, Time Waits, WonderingSet Two: Disco > Fishwater > Tie Your Shoes > Sleepy Monkey > Chilly Water, Ribs & Whiskey, PigeonsSet Three: Basically Frightened, Yield Not To Temptation, I’m So Glad, Ain’t Life Grand*, Surprise Valley > Greta > Drums > Surprise Valley, Honey Bee, Travelin’ Light, Last DanceEncore: Expiration Day, Postcard, Porch Song[Photo: Josh Timmermans (Noble Visions) via Widespread Panic’s Facebook page]last_img read more

  • Bill Murray Announces Concert Tour With ‘New Worlds’ Project

    first_imgBill Murray will bring his New Worlds album on the road this year when he performs a series of shows in the United States and beyond with cellist Jan Vogler, violinist Mira Wang, and pianist Vanessa Perez. Released in 2017, the famed comedian and actor’s debut album is a collection of classical compositions and literary readings. The record includes selections from European composers such as Franz Schubert, Johann Sebastian Bach, and Maurice Ravel as well as beloved American songwriters like George Gershwin, Leonard Bernstein, and Henry Mancini. Many of the tunes are combined with readings from iconic works of literature like Mark Twain’s Adventures of Huckleberry Finn and Walt Whitman’s Song of Myself. Murray and his crew will get started on March 2nd in Bacon Raton, Florida, before swinging through parts of the South, East Coast, and Midwest. They will then hop around the world for a run of dates in Europe, Australia, and New Zealand. These performances will mark Murray’s first concerts since the group made its debut in Germany last summer at Dresden Music Festival and followed it up with a fall run in the U.S. that included an appearance on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.New Worlds on The Late Show with Stephen ColbertTickets for most of the shows are now on sale via the project’s website. A full list of tour dates can be found below.Bill Murray’s New Worlds Tour DatesMarch 2 Boca Raton, FL @ Mizner Park AmpitheaterMarch 4 Washington, DC @ Keennedy CenterMarch 18 Austin, TX @ Long Center for the Performing ArtsMarch 19 New Orleans, LA @ Mahalia Jackson Theater for the Performing ArtsApril 5 Princeton, NJ @ McCarter TheatreApril 6 Baltimore, MD @ Hippodrome at France-Merrick Performing Arts CenterApril 7 Pittsburgh, PA @ Heinz HallApril 9 Schenectady, NY @ MainStage at ProctorsApril 11 Rochester, NY @ Kodak Hall of Eastman TheatreApril 12 Boston, MA @ Orpheum TheatreApril 14 Dallas, TX @ Winspear Opera HouseApril 17 Milwaukee, WI @ Riverside TheaterApril 18 Detroit, MI @ The Fillmore DetroitApril 19 Chicago, IL @ The Chicago TheatreApril 20 Minneapolis, MN @ Orpheum TheatreJune 1 Berlin, DE @ Philharmonie BerlinJune 2 Recklinghausen, DE @ Ruhrfestspiele RecklinghausenJune 14 Reykjavik, IS @ HarpaJune 15 Reykjavik, IS @ HarpaJune 19 Athens, GR @ Odeon of Herodes AtticusJune 24 Cooperstown, NY @ Alice Busch Opera TheatreNovember 14 Wellington, NZ @ Michael Fowler CentreNovember 17 South Wharf, AU @ Melbourne Convention and Exhibition CentreDecember 10 Denver, CO @ Bellco Theatre[H/T – Consequence of Sound]last_img read more

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