Entries tagged with: Grandaddy
photo: Modest Mouse in Forest Hills in 2014 (more by Mimi Hong)
They've also pushed back the March 3 release date to March 17 and confirmed they'll perform on Fallon that day.
UPDATE: They've revealed a number of album collaborators including Shins frontman James Mercer (who also sang on their last album), Tom Peloso, Jim Fairchild (Grandaddy), Dann Gallucci (The Cold War Kids), Russell Higbee (formerly of Man Man), Ben Massaralla (Red Red Meat), Lisa Molinaro (Talkdemonic), Davey Brozowski (The Catheters), and more.
Drummer Jeremiah Green recently revealed in a podcast on Modest Mouse fansite Interstate-8 that the rumored/reported Big Boi and Krist Novoselic collaborations will not be on the record, but may be released elsewhere at some point.
As mentioned, Grandaddy frontman Jason Lytle kicks off a tour this Monday (12/3) as a support act for Band of Horses. That tour hits NYC on December 11 at Hammerstein Ballroom and BoH plays a special acoustic show at Manhattan Center's Grand Ballroom for an early show that same day (without Jason). Tickets for both shows are still available but if you'd like to catch Jason Lytle in a more intimate location, he'll play his own NYC show one day earlier (12/10) at Union Hall. Tickets for that show are on sale now.
Still no official word on that new Grandaddy album, but Jason released his own album, Dept. of Disappearance, this October. You can stream that album's title track and check out an updated list of Jason Lytle dates below.
Band of Horses at Central Park last month (more by Dana (distortion) Yavin)
Band of Horses released their new album, Mirage Rock, last month (9/18) and celebrated it in NYC with a release show at House of Vans, soon after which they played a big Central Park show, aka Global Festival, with Neil Young, Foo Fighters, The Black Keys, and more. Now they've announced that they'll return to NYC yet again for two more shows.
The band will be touring with Grandaddy frontman Jason Lytle from December 3 to 15. That tour hasn't been announced in full yet but a few of the shows have been revealed, including a NYC show which happens on December 11 at Hammerstein Ballroom. That same night, BoH will also put on a "special acoustic performance" at Manhattan Center's Grand Ballroom for an early show before the Hammerstein show. Tickets for both of those shows go on sale Friday (10/19) at 10 AM.
Grandaddy at Outside Lands - 8/12/12 (via Jessica S.)
Grandaddy, who reissued their first three albums on vinyl in 2011, fully reformed this year and kicked off with a reunion show at the intimate Partisan in Merced, CA under the name Arm of Roger, before beginning a larger tour of mostly festival dates (including San Francisco's Outside Lands) which they are currently wrapping up in Europe. They've been playing old favorites like "A.M. 180," "The Crystal Lake," "He's Simple, He's Dumb, He's the Pilot," and others, in addition to covering Pavement's "Here" at some of their shows. No NYC dates have been announced yet, but hopefully there will be one to come. You can check out some recent setlists, live videos, and a list of all remaining tour dates at the bottom of this post.
Frontman Jason Lytle recently revealed in an interview that not only are the band playing shows again, but that they will "probably" release a new record. Jason said:
If anybody knows anything about Grandaddy, they realize that my music and Grandaddy's music is slightly interchangeable, but I think if I was to focus on making a Grandaddy record, it's just gonna be like a full blown Grandaddy record. And I like the idea of it. I'd like to give it a shot.Jason Lytle is also working on a new solo album, Dept. of Disappearance, which will be out on October 16 via Anti-. You can check out two tracks from that album, "Dept. of Disappearance" and "Your Final Setting Sun," along with the album's cover art and tracklist below. After returning home from Grandaddy's European tour, Jason will take about a month-long break before supporting his new album with a solo tour with Sea of Bees on the West Coast.
All lists of dates, videos, setlists, song streams, and more are below.
"Another Planet Entertainment, Superfly Presents and Starr Hill presents, in a partnership with the San Francisco Recreation and Park Department, are proud to announce the lineup for the fifth annual Outside Lands Music & Arts Festival. The world's only gourmet music festival will once again take place in San Francisco's historic Golden Gate Park August 10 - 12, 2012. Tickets will go on sale Thursday April 19 at 12 noon PDT via www.sfoutsidelands.com. A significant portion of every ticket sold will directly benefit San Francisco's Recreation and Park Department."Pretty massive lineup for the San Francisco festival this year. Check it out below....
Grandaddy frontman Jason Lytle is opening for Neko Case on the summer leg of her Middle Cyclone-supporting tour. Lytle also has his own headlining shows planned. Those include NYC shows on July 10th at Union Hall and July 11th at Bowery Ballroom. Union Hall tickets are on sale now; tickets for the Bowery show go on sale Thursday (today) at noon.
Lytle released his solo debut, Yours Truly, the Commuter, in April on Anti (also Case's label). He'll be on NPR's Talk of the Nation this afternoon (6/11).
The Decemberists, who played Radio City June 10th, will also be on NPR today. They're broadcasting live at 2pm from the Greene Space in Manhattan for WNYC's Soundcheck. Tickets to watch the show "sold out" yesterday in 10 minutes after Colin Meloy announced the show on the air, however, Greene Space writes, "Doors will open at 1:15 and will close at 1:45. Any ticket not claimed by 1:45 p.m. will be released to the public."
All tour dates for Jason Lytle and Neko Case (who's playing APW, Bonnaroo, Newport Folk Festival and more) below...
New York, NY - Modest Mouse will hit the road for a brief run of dates beginning February 22 in Oakland, CA. The dates include a stop in Los Angeles at the Hollywood Palladium and a headlining slot on the Langerado Festival in Miami, FL on Mar. 8. Jim Fairchild of Grandaddy will be playing guitar with Modest Mouse on this tour. Mimicking Birds, the newest signing to Isaac Brock's Glacial Pace label, will be the opener on all dates.Does that mean Johnny Marr is too busy rehearsing for The Smiths reunion to tour with them this time around? Just kidding. Actually, does Jim playing with them even mean Johnny isn't?
This announcement, along with Deerhunter and the Gene Ween Band, makes Langerado a little more appealing.
All (not even close to NYC) dates below...