Calendar of Events | Shore Fire Media
This is a calendar for Shore Fire's key releases and events in the NY/LA/Nashville regions. For our calendar of significant events in the worlds of music, entertainment, sports, literature and culture click here.

July 2017

20 July

21 July

Worried BluesAlbum Releases

Amazon Originals/ ‘Worried Blues’/ Fat Possum


This 10-album series collaboration between Amazon Originals and Fat Possum collects historic rarities and previously out-of-print recordings from 10 towering figures of 20th Century Delta blues including Skip James, Furry Lewis and Mississippi John Hurt. One song from each album is streaming now on Amazon Music Unlimited and Prime Music in advance of the full release date.

Contact: Amy Bailey

22 July

OZY FestNew York City Shows

OZY Fest - Rumsey Playfield Central Park (NYC)


Described by The New York Times as “part music festival, part TED talk, part food fair,” this one-day event features music from Jason Derulo, Talib Kweli and Zara Larsson; panels and talks with comedians Samantha Bee and Issa Rae, authors Malcolm Gladwell and Ta-Nehisi Coates, award-winning journalists Katie Couric and Van Jones, Super Bowl MVP Von Miller and Emmy award-winner RuPaul; and food from celebrity chef Eddie Huang.

ticket and show info

23 July

24 July

25 July

26 July

Offa RexNew York City Shows

Offa Rex - Town Hall (NYC)


Olivia Chaney and The Decemberists make their NYC debut together as Offa Rex, a new project that takes traditional English-Irish-Scottish repertoire and blends it with modern psychedelia and folk rock to honor and carry on the tide between British and American music.

ticket and show info

27 July

28 July

Herb AlpertAlbum Releases

Herb Alpert/ ‘Music Vol. 1’/ Herb Alpert Presents


On his joyful and romantic new album, the nine-time GRAMMY-winning trumpeter and composer teams with GRAMMY-winning producer Jochem van der Saag (Andrea Bocelli, Destiny’s Child) to give a euphoric twist to timeless melodies spanning genres and generations, from Django Reinhardt to the Beatles. The album also includes a new Alpert original, the infectiously funky “Sugarfoot.”

Contact: Max Lefkowitz

29 July

30 July

31 July

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