- Tuesday,February 1,2022nothing
Lake Street Dive has announced a new batch of North American spring and summer tour dates. Following its previously announced shows in upstate New York in May, the band will head to Toronto on June 1 and continue through the US East and Midwest, making stops in Pennsylvania, Vermont, Connecticut, New Jersey, Michigan, Ohio, Missouri, Wisconsin, and more, including a return to NYC's Radio City Music Hall on September 10. Lake Street Dive has partnered with PLUS1 so that $1 per ticket goes to supporting the Climate Justice Alliance and their work uniting frontline communities and organizations into a formidable force in the climate movement.
- Monday,November 29,2021nothing
Lake Street Dive and Rachael & Vilray—who share a singer in Rachael Price—have both announced new 2022 tour dates. Lake Street Dive has added three shows in Georgia and South Carolina in March and three in upstate New York in May, including a concert with the Avett Brothers in Cooperstown. Rachael & Vilray, who close out their residency at Rockwood Music Hall in NYC next Monday and play at the Troubadour in LA on January 16, have added six new shows back on the East Coast in January, in Connecticut, Pennsylvania, DC, New Hampshire, and Massachusetts.
- Tuesday,November 23,2021nothing
Congratulations to all of the Nonesuch nominees for the 64th Grammy Awards: The Black Keys' Delta Kream for Best Contemporary Blues Album; Rhiannon Giddens' They're Calling Me Home with Francesco Turrisi for Best Folk Album and Best American Roots Song, for the track "Avalon"; Spike Lee's film of David Byrne's American Utopia on Broadway for Best Music Film; Louis Andriessen's The only one and Caroline Shaw's Narrow Sea for Best Contemporary Classical Composition; k.d. lang and Tracy Young's "Constant Craving (Fashionably Late Remix)" for Best Remixed Recording; and Mike Elizondo for Producer of the Year, Non-Classical, for work including Lake Street Dive's Obviously. You can hear all the nominated works here.Journal Topics: Artist News
- Sunday,October 31,2021nothing
Lake Street Dive continues its annual Halloween tradition of costumed cover-song videos with a performance of Hall & Oates' "You Make My Dreams (Come True)." You can watch it here.
- Wednesday,October 13,2021nothingListen: Lake Street Dive's Rachael Price, Mike Calabrese Talk with Environmental Defense Fund's 'Degrees' Podcast
Lake Street Dive's Rachael Price and Mike Calabrese are on the Environmental Defense Fund's Degrees podcast, which has as its theme song the band's 2018 tune "Shame, Shame, Shame." They discuss the challenges of being a green band and the intersection of art and activism, including the climate-change focused song "Making Do," from their latest album, Obviously. "Full disclosure," says host Yesh Pavlik Slenk: "I have producers making sure I stay objective here, because Lake Street Dive is my very favorite band." You can hear their conversation here.
- Sunday,September 26,2021nothing
Lake Street Dive's Bridget Kearney and Mike Calabrese are the guests on the latest episode of the podcast Walking the Floor. The talk with host Chris Shiflett about the band's new album, Obviously, in a conversation recorded around its release back in the spring. You can hear the episode here. Lake Street Dive is currently on tour in the US.
- Wednesday,August 25,2021nothingPunch Brothers, Rachael Price, Gaby Moreno to Perform at Kennedy Center 50th Anniversary Concert Airing on PBS
Lake Street Dive's Rachael Price, Punch Brothers, and Gaby Moreno are among the artists who will perform at The Kennedy Center's 50th Anniversary Celebration Concert, hosted by Audra McDonald with special guest Caroline Kennedy on September 14. The event will be broadcast on PBS as The Kennedy Center at 50 on October 1. Other performers include Christian McBride, Ben Folds, Kelli O'Hara, Renée Fleming, and more.
- Thursday,August 5,2021nothing
Lake Street Dive drummer Mike Calabrese is on The Mother Earth Podcast to talk about the climate crisis, mental health, and how his getting involved in the former helped improve the latter. You can hear their conversation here. "Vulnerability is kind of what got me into activism," says Calabrese. "It's almost impossible if you're truly depressed to be creative and write music and create good art. When you come through it, you can look at it and create art to help you heal. But that's the point where you go: am I just gonna wait around for the next time, or do I want to push past into becoming more involved and ultimately redefining how you want to live in the world."
- Wednesday,August 4,2021nothing
Lake Street Dive's latest album, Obviously, released this past March on Nonesuch Records, is now available on translucent yellow vinyl in the Lake Street Dive Store and the Nonesuch Store, in addition to previously released standard black vinyl, CD, and digital formats. The band goes back on tour later this month.
- Thursday,July 22,2021nothing
Lake Street Dive's Mike Calabrese and Akie Bermiss are on the podcast The Show on the Road to chat with host Z. Lupetin of Dustbowl Revival. "There are very few things in life that you can depend on," says Lupetin, "and yet since 2004, when they were founded ... the group has consistently put out virtuosic, heartfelt, harmony-laden, decadently delicious, nerdy dance music ..." You can hear their conversation here.
- Tuesday,July 6,2021nothing
Lake Street Dive has announced a dozen new tour dates for the fall, with shows in Nevada, California, Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana, Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina, Virginia, and New Jersey through October. They follow the band's previously announced summer and early fall shows.Journal Topics: Artist News
- Thursday,July 1,2021nothing
Lake Street Dive's Rachael Price and Mike Calabrese are the guests on the latest episode of the Your Last Meal podcast. The talk with host Rachel Belle about how they met in college, the dive-bar origin of the group's name, and, of course, per the show's title, the meal they would choose as their last. You can hear their surprising choices and join Belle in going down the rabbit holes to which they lead in the episode here.
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