Friday, March 13, 2015|0 comments
This lucky Friday the 13th, Robert Plant kicks off Latin American tour in Mexico and Lollapalooza Chile ... Laurie Anderson performs in Nashville ... Bombino plays New Zealand WOMAD ... Jeremy Denk, Academy of St. Martin in the Fields tour California ... Richard Goode plays Beethoven in Amsterdam ... Kronos Quartet is in Wisconsin ... Audra McDonald performs in Tucson ... Brad Mehldau, Mark Guiliana close out Mehliana tour in Tokyo and Seoul ... Punch Brothers are on CBS and PBS ... and more ...Read more|Journal Topics:On Tour Weekend EventsOn TourFriday, March 6, 2015|9 comments
Natalie Merchant brings the music of her latest album, the self-titled 2014 Nonesuch release, and more on the road as she performs a number of North American concerts in the coming months. She begins this run of shows at Kean University in Union, New Jersey, on Saturday, followed by shows in New York, Connecticut, Colorado, and Virginia, and culminating in two shows at Koerner Hall in Toronto in May.Read more|Journal Topics:Artist News On TourOn TourThursday, March 5, 2015|0 comments
Pianist/composer Brad Mehldau and drummer Mark Guiliana take their electric duo, Mehliana, on a week-long tour of Asia, featuring music from their debut album, Mehliana: Taming the Dragon. The tour starts with two nights at the Java Jazz Festival in Indonesia this weekend, then heads to Japan for shows in Osaka, Nagoya, and Tokyo, and to Korea for a culminating show in Seoul.Read more|Journal Topics:Artist News On TourOn TourWednesday, March 4, 2015|1 comments
Emmylou Harris and Rodney Crowell, whose 2013 duo album, Old Yellow Moon, won the Grammy Award for Best Americana Album, will be taking the music to Australia for a six-city tour, starting at the Perth Concert Hall on June 21. The tour continues with stops in Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney, Wollongong, and Gold Coast. Special local guest Harmony James joins. Local pre-sales begin March 12; general on-sales begin March 17.Read more|Journal Topics:Artist News On TourOn TourWednesday, March 4, 2015|2 comments
Chris Thile will curate The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts' American Strings: A Tradition of Innovation, a festival of performances, workshops, jam sessions, and panel discussions exploring the idea that tradition is innovation that lasts. American Strings will guide audiences from the origins fueling new traditions in American string music to the artistry and diverse styles in today’s creative landscape. The week-long survey, held June 20–26, 2016, in Washington, DC, will culminate in a star-studded performance with Chris Thile and the National Symphony Orchestra.