The Tedeschi Trucks Band is picking up and is returning to the state this summer for two special shows.
“Tedeschi Trucks: Fireside Live” will be at the Westville Music Bowl in New Haven on July 6th and 7th. Tickets will be sold on Friday at 10 a.m. at manicpresent.com.
The unique tour is in the style of The Fireside Sessions and will attract lineups of four to seven band members. “The Fireside Sessions” was the band’s home concert series that was streamed to fans. It featured a varied cast and sometimes debuted new material written during the pandemic.
Billed as Tedeschi Trucks – without the word “tape” – the line-up will be confirmed closer to the start of the tour, subject to travel and safety restrictions.
“These live performances offer fans a rare, possibly unique, experience until the expanded band can return in their 12-piece form as soon as security permits,” the tour’s press release said.
Information about the band can be found at tedeschitrucksband.com.
For information about the show, visit westvillemusicbowl.com.
Hey, hey, it’s the monkeys: The Monkees head out to say goodbye, stopping in Connecticut at the Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville on October 29th.
Tickets are $ 39 and $ 29 and go on sale Friday at 10 a.m. on mohegansun.com.
“The Monkees Farewell Tour” features Michael Nesmith and Micky Dolenz. The show will feature hits, lesser-known album titles, and fan favorites.
PANDEMIC TUNES: Farmertan has released a new album to stream or download.
The digital publication, titled “Rumspringa” – borrowed from the name for a rite of passage in the Amish youth – contains six original titles that are described as “a decent collection of songs written during the pandemic”. The indie rock vibe is alive and well in this release; It’s nice that this group is sticking to their productive songwriting even in the pandemic.
Farmertan consists of the members Paul Daddario (vocals and guitar), Matt Galvin (bass and vocals) and Jim Plouffe (drums).
For last year’s release and other albums such as Muse of Fire and Muse of Fire – Act 2, visit farmertan.bandcamp.com.
NEW MUSICAL ALARM: The Waterbury native Lamone will release another single next week.
“You Complete Me” with the well-known multi-instrumentalist Najee will be released on May 7th on streaming platforms. The song will be available on all streaming platforms.
Follow the singer at facebook.com/IamLamone.
CONCERT FOR AWARENESS: “Vax Live: The World Reunification Concert” will be broadcast live on TV and online on May 8th.
The concert will be hosted by Selena Gomez, with performances by Jennifer Lopez, Eddie Vedder, Foo Fighters, J. Balvin and HER
Several other celebrities will also perform at the event, including David Letterman, Chrissy Teigen, Gayle King, Olivia Munn, Ben Affleck, Nomzamo Mbatha, Sean Penn and Jimmy Kimmel.
The concert will be broadcast live on May 8th at 8pm on Fox, ABC and CBS, iHeart Radio and YouTube.
Mother knows best: Foo Fighters’ Dave Grohl takes to the streets with his mom to watch a special new series on the Paramount + streaming service.
Grohl will host “From Cradle to Stage” with mother Virginia Hanlon Grohl, based on the book of the same name by Grohl’s mother.
The six-part series, which premieres this evening, tells stories about the special relationship between successful musicians and their mothers. Each episode features a famous actor and his mother and the Grohls. Brandi Carlile, Miranda Lambert, Geddy Lee, Tom Morello, Dan Reynolds and Pharrell Williams will appear in the episodes.
DRIVE-IN CONCERT: On May 14th and 15th, a socially distant tailgate concert with Dark Desert Eagles will take place at the Imperial Parking Lot in Westport.
Dark Desert Eagles play the music of The Eagles and Joe Walsh.
Patrons can put a hatchback in front of their cars to enjoy the show.
The cost is $ 150 per car, with a maximum of five people per car. The show is at 7pm. Doors open to cars at 5:30 p.m. There is a rainy date on May 16. For more information, visit westportwestonchamber.com/supper-dde.
THIS WEEK IN THE ROCK: On that day in 1977, country star Dolly Parton made her New York singing debut at The Bottom Line venue.
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