Tweed, The Beating, lespecial, And More To Perform SENSORiUM This Weekend

first_imgPhiladelphia-based funktronica act Tweed is hosting their own one-day event, SENSORiUM, this coming Saturday, August 26th. The event is is set to take place at Philly’s One Art Community Center and will feature sets from The Beating ft. Jesse Miller of Lotus, Baltimore producer SOOHAN, lespecial, MINKA, Moon Bounce, and more. Most of the acts on the bill are Philly-based, accentuating the thriving music scene presently going on in the City of Brotherly Love. SENSORiUM will also be working with local non-profit organization, Rock to the Future, which provides free and low-cost music programs for underserved kids in the local area. Portions of the proceeds will go to Rock to the Future, and made in honor of Suman Addya, a good friend of the band that recently passed away.Tweed drummer and SENSORiUM organizer Joe Vela discussed the idea behind the event, “We’re really excited about curating our very own event. SENSORiUM will not only feature some of our favorite up and coming acts, but also sensational visual and interactive art installations. We wanted to do something different, and the urban oasis at One Art could not be a better venue for the outdoor extravaganza we envision.”_______________________________________________________Let’s take a closer look at the acts set to appear at SENSORiUM:TweedThe Philly born and bred funktronica outfit has been filling dance floors around the Northeast with a psychedelic brand of electro-funk, high-energy disco dance parties, and are beginning to make a name for themselves around the rest of the country with national tours and various festival appearances.The Beating ft. Jesse Miller of LotusIf you are looking for an analog hyper dance party, look no further than The Beating. With Jesse Miller of Lotus, along with members of both Brothers Past and Grimace Federation, this set is bound to go down!lespecial“Dark future groove”, “death funk,” “trance metal,” and “haunted house party music” have all been terms used to describe the unique sound of Boston/upstate New York-based lespecial. With meticulously crafted songs, the group has an uncanny ability to stretch things out into the ether.MINKAMINKA is a dance band. They live, breathe, and procreate in Philadelphia. They will play your roof or basement, warehouse or venue. They will play the bottom of your swimming pool. Dick Rubin, leader of the band, has been known to perform fully nude. Could be interesting….in more ways than one.SOOHANWith the release of his fourth full-length album, Archetypes, Baltimore-based producer SOOHAN described the various worldly influences that inspired the new music, “I dug deep into some new cultures of music for this compilation. You will hear music from Portugal, Algeria, Spain, India, and Bulgaria this time.”Moon BounceMoon Bounce is Philadelphia’s mutant pop pioneer, Corey Regensburg. Walking the fine line between creation and disintegration, his output combines soulful vocals, bombastic percussion and explosive synthesis; obsessed with groove, yet on the verge of falling apart.The festivities are planned to begin at 1pm and go until midnight. Tickets are currently on-sale and can be purchased here. For additional info and updates, join the Facebook Event page.last_img read more

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Vulfpeck Is Live Streaming In Brussels Right Now [Pro-Shot]

first_imgFollowing three sold-out shows at Brooklyn Steel last weekend, Vulfpeck is currently two shows deep into their sold-out European tour. With the last two nights spent in Paris at 3 Pom Prod, the funk/soul/R&B ensemble are bringing their guest-filled show to Brussels tonight. From there, they’ll head to Amsterdam (2 nights), Berlin, Glasgow, London (2 nights), and Dublin (2 nights). This tour brings along frequent collaborator, singer/songwriter/keyboardist/saxophonist Joey Dosik as the opening support–making longtime Vulf fans very pleased with a complete night of musical geniusness. The multi-instrumentalist will emerge throughout the headlining set, alongside guest staples Antwaun Stanley and Cory Wong. All in all, this Vulfpeck tour is shaping up to be the best yet. For a band that is rarely even in the same place at the same time, these European shows will undoubtedly see the best version of Vulfpeck yet–as they continue to gel and season over time from city to city.Lucky for fans everywhere, tonight’s Brussels show is available for live stream, courtesy of the venue AB Grote Zaal. At 20:00 CEST, Joey Dosik will take the stage, follow by Vulfpeck at 21:00 CEST for a 90 minute set. You can watch the full stream below.last_img read more

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Telluride Bluegrass Festival Unveils 2018 Lineup With Sturgill Simpson, Chris Thile, & More

first_imgFor 45 years running, Telluride Bluegrass Festival has brought the best and brightest to Telluride, CO, reveling in the majesty that is folk and bluegrass music. This year’s lineup is no exception, as many favorites – old and new – will return to the festival once more on June 21-24, 2018–exactly 6 months away from today’s date, the beginning of the winter solstice.At the top of the billing is Sam Bush Band, Sturgill Simpson, The Del McCoury Band, Yonder Mountain String Band, Greensky Bluegrass, and Emmylou Harris. There will also be sets from the Telluride House Band featuring Sam, Bela, Jerry, Edgar, Bryan & Stuart, a special “Live From Here” with Chris Thile (live broadcast), Leftover Salmon, St. Paul & the Broken Bones, I’m With Her: Sara Watkins, Sarah Jarosz & Aoife O’Donovan, as well as Tim O’Brien Band, The Jerry Douglas Band, Punch Brothers, Edgar Meyer & Christian McBride, Bela Fleck, The Infamous Stringdusters, The Wood Brothers, Chris Thile, Billy Strings, Peter Rowan & the Free Mexican Air Force featuring Flaco Jimenez, and many more to be announced…The Best Of Telluride Bluegrass Festival 2016 [Gallery]A Few Highlights From The 44th Annual Telluride Bluegrass Festival [Photos/Videos/Full Audio]This initial lineup announcement includes about two-thirds of the Festival’s main stage lineup. Watch for more artist additions over the next couple months, followed by the announcement of the Telluride NightGrass late-night indoor concert series in early Spring. Tickets, camping, and lodging are on sale now here. As always, Planet Bluegrass charges no handling fees on any tickets.45th Annual Telluride Bluegrass Festival:* Sam Bush Band* Sturgill Simpson* Emmylou Harris* Telluride House Band featuring Sam, Bela, Jerry, Edgar, Bryan & Stuart* “Live From Here” with Chris Thile (live broadcast)* The Del McCoury Band* Yonder Mountain String Band* Greensky Bluegrass* Leftover Salmon* St. Paul & the Broken Bones* I’m With Her: Sara Watkins, Sarah Jarosz & Aoife O’Donovan* Tim O’Brien Band* The Jerry Douglas Band* Punch Brothers* Edgar Meyer & Christian McBride* Bela Fleck* The Infamous Stringdusters* The Wood Brothers* Chris Thile* Peter Rowan & the Free Mexican Air Force featuring Flaco Jimenez* Billy Strings* Sugar & The Mint* and many more to be announced…last_img read more

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Phil Lesh Is Playing Four Free Shows This Week With Neal Casal, Cass McCombs, & More

first_imgToday, Phil Lesh revealed that he will be playing a string of four free shows this week at his venue, Terrapin Crossroads, in San Rafael, California. Dubbed the “Dead of Winter,” Lesh’s run at Terrapin Crossroads will see the Grateful Dead bassist inviting a number of other high-profile musicians during the bar performances, including the likes of Cass McCombs, Neal Casal (Chris Robinson Brotherhood and Circles Around The Sun), Stu Allen, Adam MacDougall, Dan “Lebo” Lebowitz, Grahame Lesh, Ross James, Scott Guberman, and Alex Koford.EXCLUSIVE: Neal Casal Talks CRB, LSD, & The Future Of Circles Around The SunPhil Lesh’s “Dead of Winter” bar show run at Terrapin Crossroads starts tonight and continues across the 9th, 10th, and 11th of January.[Photo: Bob Schultz]last_img read more

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Lettuce & The Motet’s Joint Capitol Theatre Show Will Be Webcast For Free On Friday

first_imgRecently, two high-profile funk acts from the scene, The Motet and Lettuce, have teamed up for a joint tour. This weekend, the joint tour will hit the iconic Capitol Theatre in Port Chester, New York, for two nights on Friday and Saturday. Today, for fans unable to make it out for the Friday performance, The Capitol Theatre has announced that Relix will be webcasting the show in its entirety for free. The webcast will begin at 8 p.m. (EST) on Friday, March 23rd, via Relix’s YouTube channel here. You can also tune into the free stream below.last_img read more

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James Brown Band Pays Homage To The Godfather Of Soul At The Major Rager [Videos]

first_imgThe spirit of James Brown, the Godfather Of Soul, was strong as the band that bears his name, the James Brown Band, closed out the Major Rager Music Festival in Brown’s childhood home of Augusta, Georgia. James Brown Band’s wild and wonderful set of beloved tunes was bookended by bands that did, in fact, have soul power to spare, with the seriously groovy Major Rager lineup also featuring Dumpstaphunk and George Clinton and Parliament-Funkadelic. For James Brown Band’s set, the crowd was packed in and feelin’ good, enjoying classic tracks like “Super Bad”, Sex Machine”, and “Make It Funky”.It’s only fitting that the all-day Major Rager festival celebrate Brown’s legacy in Augusta, as the whole city is filled with homages to their funkiest son. A museum houses some of his most famous outfits, original hand-written lyrics and notes, and even the famed “King Of Soul” crown he wore in the fifties. From streets to statues, the city does its best to honor its past—but it also looks to the future. Brown’s daughter, Deanna Brown-Thomas, builds upon his legacy with the James Brown Academy of Musik Pupils (J.A.M.P).Deanna works hard to fulfill one her late father’s wishes—to keep music in schools and available to the next generation. The school itself serves an as an honorarium, and musicians from J.A.M.P. were among the small band that filled time between sets with covers of funk and soul classics, much to the delight of the crowd. However, the tributes to James Brown were not all musical in nature. The organizers of the Major Rager had one last testament to the singer’s legacy to unveil before James Brown Band’s set got going—a giant portrait of James Brown by a local artist who said the piece was inspired by the music itself.James Brown Band is made up of musicians who either worked with the legend or had their styles and sound shaped by the legendary performer. In the playlist below, you can hear razor-sharp renditions of some of James Brown’s most famous hits like “Baby Baby Baby”, “The Payback”, “Sex Machine”, and “Make It Funky.” Check them out and remember: when you got soul, you’re super bad!“Baby Baby Baby” > “The Payback”<span data-mce-type=”bookmark” style=”display: inline-block; width: 0px; overflow: hidden; line-height: 0;” class=”mce_SELRES_start”></span>last_img read more

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Eric Clapton Documentary Soundtrack To Feature Five Previously Unreleased Clapton Tracks

first_imgThe original soundtrack for the new Eric Clapton documentary Life in 12 Bars features five previously unreleased tracks by the guitar legend. Slated for release on June 8th, the compilation is a companion to the Lili Fini Zanuck-directed documentary, which debuted on Showtime earlier this year.Among those newly-released slices of Clapton’s greatness is a 17-minute live version of “Spoonful” recorded during an October 1968 Cream show at the LA Forum. The soundtrack also features two Derek and The Dominos offerings, including a version of “High” recored during the 1971 Olympic Studios sessions for their unreleased second album, and a cover Jimi Hendrix’s “Little Wing” that wa recorded on at the Fillmore East on October 24, 1971, just a few weeks after Hendrix’s death.Additionally, the soundtrack includes the previously unreleased full-length version of Clapton’s 1974 take on “I Shot The Sheriff”, which was recorded during the sessions for 461 Ocean Boulevard. Finally, a live performance Chuck Berry’s “Little Queenie” from a July 1974 show at the Long Beach Arena can be found on the soundtrack as well.On top of all that, the release features two alternative mixes of Clapton’s debut album: one mx from Delaney Bramlett and Tom Dowd, and another from Clapton himself.The Life In 12 Bars soundtrack will be available in 2-CD, 4-LP, and digital formats. In total, the compilation showcases 32 tracks by The Yardbirds, John Mayall’s Bluesbreakers, Cream, Blind Faith, Derek and the Dominos, The Beatles, Aretha Franklin, Muddy Waters and Clapton solo. Fans can preorder it via Amazon, and the full track list can be found below.Life In 12 Bars trailerLIFE IN 12 BARS DOCUMENTARY OST:DISC ONE                                                            Big Bill Broonzy: Backwater Blues (4.07) The Big Bill Broonzy Story 1957Muddy Waters: My Life Is Ruined (2.38) Chess single 1953Muddy Waters: I Got Mojo Working (4.28) Live At Newport Jazz Festival 1960The Yardbirds: I Wish You Would (2.19) – studio versionThe Yardbirds: For Your Love (2.30) For Your Love 1965John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers: Steppin’ Out (2.29) John Mayall Bluesbreakers with Eric Clapton 1966John Mayall & The Bluesbreakers: All Your Love (3.37) John Mayall Bluesbreakers with Eric Clapton 1966Cream: I Feel Free (2.57) Fresh Cream 1966  Cream: Strange Brew (2.50) Disraeli Gears 1967Cream: Sunshine of Your Love (4.12) – studio versionAretha Franklin: Good to Me As I Am To You (3.58) Lady Soul / Recorded on December 16 and 17, 1967                       Cream: Crossroads live (4.18) Wheels Of Fire / Recorded 10 March 1968 at Winterland, San Francisco, CA16The Beatles: While My Guitar Gently Weeps (4.45) The Beatles / Recorded 5–6 September 1968Cream: Badge (2.48) Goodbye / Recorded October 1968 at IBC Studios in London     Cream: White Room live (5.41) Live Cream II / recorded October 4, 1968 at the Oakland Coliseum ArenaCream: Spoonful (17.27) live from Goodbye tour – LA Forum October 19, 1968 ^^Blind Faith: Presence Of The Lord (4.52) – studio version                                                                                                                               DISC TWO                                                          Delaney & Bonnie & Friends featuring Eric Clapton: Comin’ Home (7.51) Live at Fairfield Halls  Eric Clapton: After Midnight (3.25) alternate mix from Eric Clapton (first album) 1970Eric Clapton: Let It Rain (5.00) alternate mix from Eric Clapton (first album) 1970Derek and The Dominos: High (3.10) (Olympic Studios, April 1971) Derek and The Dominos album^^         George Harrison: My Sweet Lord (4.44) All Things Must Pass 1970Derek and The Dominos: Thorn Tree In The Garden (2.55) Layla & Other Assorted Love Songs 1970Derek and The Dominos: Nobody Knows You When You’re Down And Out (5.01) Layla & Other Assorted Love Songs 1970Derek and The Dominos: Bell Bottom Blues (5.08) Layla & Other Assorted Love Songs 1970Derek and The Dominos: Layla (7.10) Layla & Other Assorted Love Songs 1970Derek and The Dominos: Little Wing (6.11) Live At The Fillmore 1970 ^^Derek and The Dominos: Got To Get Better In A Little While (6.05) – studio versionEric Clapton: I Shot The Sheriff (6.54) full length version from 461 Ocean Blvd 1970 ^^Eric Clapton: Little Queenie live (6.00) Long Beach Arena, Long Beach, California, July 19/20, 1974 ^^Eric Clapton: Mainline Florida (4.08) 461 Ocean Boulevard 1974Eric Clapton: Tears In Heaven (4.31) – studio versionlast_img read more

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moe. Announces Two Nights At Saranac Brewery With Aqueous, Moon Hooch, Darryl Rahn

first_imgmoe. has added two fall tour dates to their ever-growing 2018 schedule. The perennial jammers will officially return to Saranac Brewery in Utica, New York on September 7 & 8, 2018. On Friday night of the run, moe. will be joined by fellow Buffalo rockers Aqueous, and Moon Hooch and Darryl Rahn will join the fun on Saturday.A limited number of VIP packages are available and include a brewery tour guided by the members of moe. with a post-tour beer and acoustic performance by the band. VIP tickets will be available at here alongside an online presale for general admission tickets as of Wednesday, May 9 at 10am ET. The public on sale will begin at 10am ET on Friday, May 11. Head to the band’s website for more information.In addition to their forthcoming summer tour, moe. will headline the 18th installment of Summer Camp Music Festival at Three Sisters Park in Chillicothe, IL with six sets over the course of the Memorial Day weekend. They will also make stops throughout California, including Santa Cruz, Solana Beach and Los Angeles, before heading east towards The Waiting Room Outdoors in Omaha, NE on July 13, The Truman in Kansas City, MO on July 14, and the Tippecanoe County Amphitheatre in Lafayette, IN. The band will also return to Runaway Bay, Jamaica for the third installment of moe.’s tropical throe.down Jan. 10 – 14, 2019.moe. 2018 Tour DatesApr. 20 Lincoln Theatre Washington, DCApr. 21 Down by Downtown Fest Roanoke, VAApr. 22 Pisgah Brewing Co. Black Mountain, NCApr. 24 Wellmont Theatre Montclair, NJApr. 26 & 27 Higher Ground Burlington, VT *SOLD OUTApr. 28 Calvin Theatre Northampton, MAMay 25 – 27 Summer Camp Music Fest Chillicothe, ILJun. 3 Music on the Mothership Taos, NMJun. 29 & 30 Terrapin Crossroads San Rafael, CA *w. special guest Phil LeshJul. 1 Terrapin Crossroads San Rafael, CA *w. Terrapin Family BandJul. 3 The Catalyst Santa Cruz, CAJul. 4 & 5 Belly Up Solana Beach, CAJul. 6 Fonda Theatre Los Angeles, CAJul. 7 Pappy & Harriet’s Pioneertown, CAJul. 11 Belly Up Aspen, CO *acoustic showJul. 12 Red Rocks Amphitheater Morrison, CO *w. Pigeons Playing Ping PongJul. 13 Waiting Room Outdoors Omaha, NEJul. 14 The Truman Kansas City, MOJul. 15 The Pageant St. Louis, MOJul. 18 Tippecanoe Amphitheater Lafayette, INJul. 19 Goodyear Theater Akron, OHJul. 19 – 21 Peach Music Fest Scranton, PASeptember 7 – 8 Saranac Brewery Utica, NY *w/ Aqueous, Moon Hooch, Darryl Rahnmoe. 2019 Tour DatesJan. 10 – 14 moe.’s tropical throe.down Runaway Bay, Jamaica *w/ New MastersoundsView All Tour Dateslast_img read more

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Phish Brings “Fluffhead” Back To Hampton, Takes “Tweezer” Deep Night Two [Photos]

first_imgLast night, Phish returned to the Hampton Coliseum for the second night of their three-night weekend run. Following up Friday night’s show, which featured rarities and a monstrous, multi-faceted “Golden Age” jam, Phish delivered a noteworthy first set last night, and dusted off multiple songs that have stayed on the shelf since last summer’s 13-night Baker’s Dozen run.Phish opened the first set with “Llama”, played in the slow funk style that the band originally unveiled in 2015, at Raleigh, NC’s Walnut Creek. Jon Fishman and Mike Gordon immediately locked in the rhythm section, with Gordon standing strong, showering the crowd with his meaty bass-bombs. Taking no time to get the party fired up, the band moved into “Fuego”, played for the first time in the first set since Phish’s summer 2016 peformance at Mansfield, MA’s Xfinity Center. “Fuego” featured some psychedlic interplay between Trey Anastasio and Page McConnell, as Trey dug deep into his dark and evil tone, a central theme of Friday night’s impressive second set.Moving away from “Fuego”, Phish landed into “Runaway Jim”, taking their time as they moved through the opening segment. Anastasio incorporated a bubbly, popcorn sounding effect, before moving into a more aggressive riff. McConnell followed on the clavinet, as Anastasio’s roaring guitar solo peaked, bringing the band to “Bug”, an interesting placement for the song in the middle of a first set. “Bug” had some legs though, as Anastasio pushed the bar once again, leaving plenty of room for Gordon to drop more hearty bombs. Fishmans signature opening beat led way to “Mound”, with Gordon leading the way on vocals.“Mound” was short and sweet, but it was nice seeing the quartet dust it off for the first time since the Baker’s Dozen. Another rarity followed, as Page led the band through “Tela”, played for only the fourth time since 2014. The band is evidently having fun delivering never before played Gamehenge tunes at Hampton, as the Coliseum saw Friday night with Phish’s “Lizards” encore. Picking up the pace, the four-piece jumped into “46 Days”, with Fishman laying down an intricate beat in the pocket. Gordon aligned himself with Fishman’s infectious groove, leaving room for Anastasio to hose down the explosive crowd with a solo that peaked multiple times. An extensive “Fluffhead” brought the first set to a close, bringing all the feels back to the same room that welcomed Phish’s illustrious return in 2009.Following set break, the band returned to open the second set with “First Tube”. With Trey jumping up and down like a kid in a candy shop, Chris Kuroda plastered the venue with his mind-boggling lighting artistry and cosmic rainbow patterns. Following “First Tube’s” peak, Trey lifted his Languedoc above his head, the tune’s signature finale. Phish dove into “Tweezer” next, with Fishman and Gordon laying down the groundwork for Anastasio to propel the jam into type II territory. Last night’s “Tweezer” took an 18-minute ride, with Anastasio utilizing the watery effect through his Leslie speaker, that he seemed to favor over the entirety of Phish’s 2018 summer tour. Last night’s “Tweez” was an exploratory journey, as McConnell matched Trey’s guitar work with some splashy grooves on his Hammond organ.“Dirt” gave the band a moment to collect themselves, before moving forward with “Backwards Down The Numberline”. “Numberline” featured some delicate guitar work from Anastasio, as McConnell followed along with some silky-smooth interplay on his grand piano. Phish pushed forward into a Gordon-driven “No Men In No Man’s Land”, quickly settling into a tenacious Anastasio guitar riff. Again, Anastasio leaned on his watery tone through his Leslie speaker, leaving room for Gordon to wow the crowd with more ground-shaking bass.Phish smoothly segued into “Cavern”, before giving “Gotta Jibboo” some late second set treatment. Anastasio and McConnell fed off of each other’s intricate licks, as Gordon and Fishman found the space to continue pushing the jam higher. Phish packed a one-two punch with “The Oh Kee Pa Ceremony” freely flowing into “Suzy Greenberg”, bringing out the former for the first time since Phish’s “double chocolate” Baker’s Dozen show. McConnell took one last opportunity to dazzle the Hampton Coliseum crowd, as he stood up, hammering away on the grand piano. Following a minute or two off stage to catch their breaths, Phish returned to encore a cover of the Rolling Stones’ “Shine A Light”.  Phish has offered up some tasty treats over the last two nights in Hampton, VA, and tonight’s finale should be nothing short of the band’s “A” game.Phish returns to the Hampton Coliseum tonight for the third and final show of their highly anticipated three-night run. The band follows their Hampton run up with a two-night stand at Nashville, TN’s fan-favorite venue, Ascend Amphitheatre, a three-night stand at Allstate Arena in Rosemont, IL, and wrap up their fall tour with a four-night Halloween run at the MGM Grand Garden Arena.Below, you can view a gallery of photos from Saturday night’s Hampton Coliseum show via photographer Dave DeCrescente.Setlist: Phish | Hampton Coliseum | Hampton, VA | 10/20/2018Set One: Llama[1], Fuego > Runaway Jim, Bug > Mound, Tela > 46 Days, FluffheadSet Two: First Tube > Tweezer > Dirt > Backwards Down the Number Line > No Men In No Man’s Land > Cavern > Gotta Jibboo > The Oh Kee Pa Ceremony > Suzy GreenbergEncore: Shine a Light[1] Performed in a slow funk stylePhish | Hampton Coliseum | Hampton, VA | 10/20/2018 | Photos: Dave DeCrescente Photo: Dave DeCrescente Photo: Dave DeCrescente Photo: Dave DeCrescente on 10/20/18center_img Photo: Dave DeCrescente Load remaining imageslast_img read more

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Nile Rodgers Offers Free Concert Tickets To Federal Employees As Government Shutdown Continues

first_imgWith elected officials in Washington continuing their childish game of Government Shutdown, musicians are starting to make more of a conscious effort to help the everyday Americans who are dealing with the financial burden of the ongoing political pissing contest. CHIC‘s Nile Rodgers is now one of those artists looking to give his fans a break from their professional hardships, as the acclaimed songwriter is offering 600 tickets free of charge to furloughed government workers and their families or friends for his upcoming performance at MGM National Harbor in Oxon Hill, Maryland later this week on January 26th.According to a statement shared on his website on Tuesday, Rodgers is hoping that his upcoming concert invite will provide some much needed “good times” for a few of the 800,000 federal government workers around the country, who’s wallets are feeling the devastating effects of the shutdown.“Like many people, I’m frustrated by what’s happening and my heart goes out to these incredibly hard-working people who provide important service to our country, yet have had their lives, disrupted by circumstances, not of their doing,” Rodgers posted to his website. “As a two-time cancer survivor, I believe music has a tremendous power and this is a small gesture I can make to provide some joy and healing. In one of my biggest songs I wrote, “We Are Family, I’ve got all my sisters with me”, I consider all of these people to be my brothers and sisters and I hope this lets them know that we are 100% behind them.”Related: Yellowstone Audio Samples Keep National Parks’ Spirit Alive During Government ShutdownFans within the Oxon Hill, Maryland area who would like to take Rodgers up on his concert invite, should head over to his website and fill out the ticket request form. The first 300 applicants will receive a pair of tickets, but anyone interested in doing so should note that the name they’re registering with, should be the same one listed on their Government I.D., as it is required to pick up the tickets on-site at the event on Saturday.Rodgers and CHIC are set to spend their winter and spring 2019 months performing across the country alongside fellow 70’s pop star Cher on the singer’s Here We Go Again Tour. Last spring Rodgers was announced as the new Chief Creative Advisor for London’s historic Abbey Road Studios.last_img read more

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