The two icons celebrate the golden anniversary of their formative time together and, for the first time, tour with each other. They’ll pull from their rich catalog, play songs from their upcoming album Everybody Knows (9/22 via Wildflower/Cleopatra Records) and share stories from their journeys and the Laurel Canyon scene they helped build.
Following sold-out NYC and LA shows and his Bonnaroo debut, the Dublin performer and his full band play their biggest North American headlining tour. Kennedy tours behind his Zane Lowe-approved Doves & Ravens EP, which features collaborations with Charlie Hugall (Halsey, Låpsley, Florence + The Machine) and Stephen Kozmeniuk (Kendrick Lamar).
Book Soup hosts one of America’s most enduring singer-songwriters and Christopher Guest as they celebrate the release of Wainwright’s new memoir, LINER NOTES: On Parents & Children, Exes & Excess, Death & Decay, & a Few of My Other Favorite Things (9/5 via Blue Rider Press).
One of America’s most enduring singer-songwriters performs in this guitar shop’s back room, which, according to Acoustic Guitar Magazine, is “one of the world’s most treasured music venues.” Wainwright’s new memoir, LINER NOTES: On Parents & Children, Exes & Excess, Death & Decay, & a Few of My Other Favorite Things, is out 9/5 via Blue Rider Press.
The Brooklyn trio performs at the inaugural year of this two-day all-ages festival celebrating the end of summer in LA’s Arts District. The band’s full-length debut, I Go Missing In My Sleep (Secret City Records), was called “a major revelation” by NPR and “the finest folk debut of 2017” by Uproxx.
With a live set called "euphoric genre-hopping" by the LA Times, the 21-year-old British producer brings the best of his "masterful mix of styles and sounds" (NPR Music) to life. Alex Crossan acts as a one-man band and maestro, playing piano, synthesizer, drum, guitar and percussion while meticulously crafting his lush beats.
The 25-year-old Country newcomer has been called a 2017 Artist to Watch by Billboard, Huffington Post, CMT, Rolling Stone Country, Amazon, iHeart Radio’s Bobby Bones and more. With his full band, Lee previews new music that’ll follow “Getting Over You,” his “breakout hit” (USA Today) that has over 15 million streams.