The storied band headlines a North American tour behind the moody and layered new album, Look Alive (Nettwerk/Ocho Mule). Along with their classic cuts, the group will also bring to life the “cold sounds” of their new record, a sound beautifully captured in the stark and haunting title track NPR Music calls “one of Guster’s most musically sparkling pop songs.”
WHAT: The GRAMMY Music Education Coalition and the GRAMMY Museum's official GRAMMY Week event, focusing on inspiring and training the next generation of young people that will work and participate in the music and audio industries, developing gender and cultural diversity in future generations of music and audio professionals, and highlighting the development and success of women in the music industry and the ways in which they are impacting communities through music.
The afternoon will include conversations and panels with speakers of all ages, from aspiring students to GRAMMY nominees and winners, in all facets of the industry, including some of the top female producers, engineers, songwriters, performing artists and other leading industry professionals.
Sponsored by HARMAN.
WHO: GRAMMY Music Education Coalition
WHEN: Monday, Feb. 4, 2019 (1:00 PM PST - 3:30 PM PST)
WHERE: GRAMMY Museum Clive Davis Theater (800 W Olympic Blvd, Los Angeles, CA)
The New Orleans singer and songwriter plays music from her Haitian and protest-inspired latest album, The Capitalist Blues (PIAS), with her band. McCalla, who counts the New York Times, Vogue, NPR and more as fans, has toured with Rhiannon Giddens and performed multiple times at New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival, as well as an event co-hosted by Solange to benefit the Contemporary Arts Center of New Orleans.
Boston’s punk-inspired, county-rock five-piece and “one of the most promising up-and-coming country groups in the nation” (Metro) tours ahead of their soon-to-be-announced summer EP. Channeling performing greats like Eric Church and Hootie & the Blowfish, the band’s frenetic energy has earned them opening slots for Jason Aldean & Thomas Rhett, Cole Swindell, and Sam Hunt.
The four-time GRAMMY winner and her band continue their American tour in support of She Remembers Everything (Blue Note Records), an NYT Critic’s Pick and “a deeply attentive song cycle” (NPR).
The Australian-born “formidable singer-songwriter” (Rolling Stone) holds an intimate winter engagement with her band to preview her upcoming spring album via BMG. Wilkenfeld has recorded and toured with Prince, Mick Jagger, Jeff Beck, Herbie Hancock and more, yet her new music focuses more on her turn as a songwriter and producer.