Beginning April 8 in Louisville, KY, this will be the third leg of touring on these shores in support of the triumphant release of his latest album, Band of Joy, which Rolling Stone magazine in its four-star review called “sweet, elegant folk that still swings like Satan’s barn door.” The touring band is the same that made the record and that is currently touring the States: Patty Griffin, vocals; Darrell Scott, multi-nstrumentalist/vocals; Byron House, bass/vocals; Marco Giovino, drums and percussion/vocals, and co-producer Buddy Miller, guitar/vocals. See below for a free download of the Band of Joy song, “Central Two-0-Nine”.
The tour dates are below:
April 8 – Louisville, KY – The Palace
April 9: – Chicago, IL – The Auditorium Theatre
April 11 – Milwaukee, WI – The Riverside Ballroom
April 12 – Minneapolis, MN – The State Theatre
April 15 – Hollywood, FL – Hard Rock Live Arena
April 17 – Vancouver, BC – The Queen Elizabeth Theater
April 19 – Portland, OR – The Schnitzer
April 20: – Seattle, WA – The Paramount
April 22 – Berkeley, CA – The Greek
April 23 – Los Angeles, CA – The Greek
April 25 – Santa Barbara, CA – The Santa Barbara Bowl
April 27 – Denver, CO – The Fillmore
Calvin Harris to quit live music. The Scottish dance producer says that he won’t play live anymore because ”m not a singer’. In an interview with Melbourne’s Herald Sun, Harris said that hitting the stage to front a band is ‘terrifying’. Harrris said he came to be a performer almost by accident, ‘the live show had to happen, I had to be the frontman because I was doing the vocals on the songs. It went all right. I spent a few years trying to get it really properly good but it dawned on me it wasn’t going to get much better. I’ve taken the singing thing as far as I can.’ He says he won’t miss it, ”m not a singer. I’m not trained. Taking it onto the stage in front of people was terrifying. I got much, much better at it but I never lost the terror.’ The disco pop producer also said that he’s working on new material, but will probably release individual songs rather than a full album. He’ll be visiting Australia for the second time this year, doing DJ sets at the Stereosonic festival in December.
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As you probably know, one of the crucial desirable yet difficult industries to make a living from is within the film and tv industry. By far, probably the most generally requested question I receive from people all through my six years working as actor, screenwriter, director and movie producer is…how do you get into the business and make a residing? It becomes quite simple to notice the distinction between individuals who struggle to find movie/tv work and those that make a snug living. Is it about luck? Or Who you already know? I would like to share with you 5 POWERFUL TIPS that may assist you to jumpstart your movie/television career and get you on the highway towards touchdown more paying industry work than you can handle.
TIP Number One: Be Willing To Work For Free. I do know, you probably did not need to hear that nevertheless it’s crucial that you’re prepared to either work for free or very low pay. It is a sacrifice that many in the entertainment trade must do when starting out, however, you will have the opportunity to fulfill others in the business in addition to study on the job. Taking “free” jobs rapidly results in full time careers. TIP Quantity Two: Attitude Is All the things This is among the most important tips relating to developing a successful film/television industry career. More essential than your expertise, your experience or your education; your attitude will determine how far you will rise within your career. It should determine if individuals will refer job alternatives to you or hire you once more for future projects. You should be a versatile, skilled, crew oriented one that is committed to “serving” the story/undertaking to the best of your ability. Production units are stuffed with egos, there isn’t any want for one more. TIP Quantity Three: Acknowledge and seizure opportunity. You have in all probability heard the previous saying luck is when preparation meets opportunity. I prefer to consider in a slightly totally different assertion, luck = opportunity + willingness. A sure film/television trade work alternative might current itself to you; you’re prepared…however are you prepared to perhaps work at no cost, work for low pay, work 12 hour days, be staff-oriented, be flexible and agreeable or go the additional mile to help the project succeed. TIP Number 4: Network and be visible. The truth of the film/TV business is that most manufacturing jobs are by no means advertised. Those positions are usually filled via word of mouth and pre-established relationships. That’s why it is extremely important so that you can at all times be committed to meeting new like-minded people. One of the best places to satisfy and connect with people who share your zeal and passion are: 1) Onset while capturing a movie or tv show 2) Via industry particular classes 3) At film festivals TIP Number Five: All the time be learning. As humans, we are studying machines. We are most alive and functioning closest to our potential when we are learning, adapting, adjusting and finding new ways, approaches and strategies to improve our lives (and our careers)in some way.
Regardless of what number of years working expertise you may need within the movie/TV industry it would be massively essential for you to keep a newbie’s mindset. A newbie looks continuously for one new tibit, one or more methods to increase on their current expertise.
Carl Reiner, an American writer, producer, comedian, and director, has written two books that will be released next month. Reiner, 87, is a 12-time Emmy Award winner who has written, directed, or starred in “The Dick Van Dyke Show,” “The Jerk,” “Dead Men Don’t Wear Plaid,” and the “Ocean’s Eleven” trilogy.
The books are titled Just Desserts: A Novellah and Tell Me Another Scary Story…But Not Too Scary. They will be released on September 1 and 29, respectively.
Just Desserts: A Novellah is described in a news release as “a funny story of successful ro Continue reading →
The Internet has proven to be where music can be discovered, reviewed, discussed, shared, and purchased. Musicians know this and get online to upload their music and become a part of the world wide music machine process. They come on the Web at every age, at every experience level – musically and computer savvy. From youngsters starting out to seasoned musicians just learning where the computer on switch is, the workings of being on a computer can be overwhelming with everything else they have going on in their lives.
The Web also allows musicians access to music knowledge. Artists will come across difficult terminology and phrases that they do not understand. Compiled in the following mini glossary are music business, digital, organizations, record biz lingo, computer terms and basic need-to-know info. Hopefully, something listed here will help you navigate music online a bit easier, and so you know, this glossary is an excerpt of an extensive list found on Artistopia.
A&R – Artist and Repertoire, aka talent scouts: a record company liaison whose duties may include to find, select and develop the music artist, band and/or songwriter.
Affiliate Program – a way to earn income by linking your Web site to another site, depending on the action taken by the visitor.
ASCAP – American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers which licenses and distributes royalties to it’s members’ copyrighted works.