Catch Arcade Fire, Chris Stapleton, The War on Drugs, Jason Isbell, and more in Alabama.
Upcoming Festival Appearances
Elton John tribute album Revamp, featuring QOTSA, The Killers, Florence + The Machine, out now: Stream
Two new tribute albums arrive today, one featuring pop and rock oriented artists, the other consists of country-style covers.
Revamp, one of two new Elton John tribute LPs, also features contributions from Coldplay, The Killers, Mumford and Sons, Pink, and Sam Smith.
Fifth solo effort was heavily inspired by his son, family, and the great outdoors of his home state of Tennessee.
Shake out of festival fatigue with Arcade Fire, Modest Mouse, Jason Isbell, T-Pain, and a private steamboat.
Divided into two separate legs, the massive outing kicks off in June.
Kendrick Lamar, LCD Soundsystem, The National, The War on Drugs, Mastodon, and Portugal. the Man were among the night’s winners — but the Grammys mostly played it safe.
They teamed up for “Midnight Train to Memphis” and “Hard Livin'” from Stapelton’s latest album, From A Room: Vol. 2.
Perhaps the woodsiest track on Timberlake’s forthcoming Man of the Woods album.
Forecastle Festival reveals 2018 lineup: Arcade Fire, Modest Mouse, Courtney Barnett among highlights
Louisville festival also boasts The War on Drugs, Father John Misty, Jimmy Eat World, Kurt Vile & The Violators, Jenny Lewis, Vic Mensa, and Margo Price.
The first single, “Filthy”, arrives this Friday.
Justin Timberlake, Pharrell Williams, Dave Matthews Band to perform at free Concert for Charlottesville
Unity concert to also feature Ariana Grande, Alabama Shakes’ Brittany Howard, Cage the Elephant, The Roots, more.