Entries tagged with: Hall and Oates
Florida is getting its biggest-ever camping music festival this year in Lake Okeechobee with the arrival of the inaugural Okeechobee Music & Arts Festival on March 4-6. The festival, which is produced by some of the makers of Bonnaroo, has a varied lineup, including headliners Mumford & Sons, Hall & Oates, Kendrick Lamar and Skrillex, along with Robert Plant, Big Grams, Fetty Wap, Four Tet, Future, Jason Isbell, Joey Bada$$, Miguel, Odesza, Shabazz Palaces, Ween and many more. It's also one of the last-ever US shows for Youth Lagoon.
Like Bonnaroo does, they're having a big superjam thing too. Theirs is called "PoWoW! A Live Superstar Mashup," and it's led by Miguel and Arcade Fire frontman Win Butler. The jam sesh also includes Hall & Oates' John Oates, jazz breakout Kamasi Washingon, two members of pioneering funk band The Meters (George Porter Jr and Zigaboo Modeliste), the Preservation Hall Jazz Band, DJ Chris Karns, and Soulive members Eric Krasno and Neal Evans. Special guests are promised too.
3 and 4-day weekend passes are available now, along with VIP packages. Full lineup below...
If you miss out on the presale, tickets go on sale to the general public Friday (11/6) at 10 AM.
Meanwhile. Hall and Motherfuckin Oates play Baby's All Right on November 12th.
photo: Hall & Oates @ Googa Mooga 2012 (more by Ryan Barkan)
Daryl Hall & John Oates were in the NYC area over the summer playing Jones Beach, but they'll be in Manhattan proper when the iconic pop duo hit Madison Square Garden on February 19. Support for the show is Sharon Jones & the Dap Kings and Mayer Hawthorne. Tickets for that show go on sale Friday (11/6) at 10 AM but you can get them early via the BrooklynVegan presale that begins Thursday (11/5) at 10 AM. Password is here. It's currently their only announced 2016 show. Updated dates are listed below.
Sharon Jones and Hall & Oates are old friends, as Jones appeared on the Live from Daryl's House web series back in 2010 and she's toured with Hall too. Watch a song from Jones' appearance on LADH, below.
photo: Screaming Females at Rough Trade in May (more by Ryan Muir)
Screaming Females just headlined their label Don Giovanni's free annual New Brunswick show over the weekend, and they have more dates coming up. They play the Halloween show at Convention Hall in Asbury Park, Convention Hell, which has them covering X, members of Bouncing Souls and The Parlor Mob covering Hall & Oates, and more, and after that they'll go on a short Northeast tour.
The tour hits Brooklyn on November 8 at Music Hall of Williamsburg. Most dates have support from Potty Mouth, but no opener announced for MHOW yet. Tickets for MHOW go on sale Friday (9/18) at noon with an AmEx presale starting Wednesday (9/16) at noon. All dates are listed below.
In related news, Screaming Females singer/guitarist Marissa Paternoster directed and starred in the new video from their labelmates/recent tourmates Vacation. It's for the song "I Wish I Could Be Someone Else" off their new album Non-Person, and you can watch it below.
photos by Amanda Hatfield
Lower Dens @ MHOW 6/11/2014
Lower Dens played Music Hall of Williamsburg on Thursday (6/11), a show that was part of the Baltimore band's current tour as well as the 2015 Northside Festival. The band are beginning to come out of their shell a bit as Jana Hunter puts down her guitar for most songs, allowing her to become more of a frontperson. Their set leaned heavy on this year's terrific Escape from Evil and they finished things up with a brooding, low-and-slow take on Hall & Oates' "Maneater." A video of them doing that cover last month in London is below.
Opening at MHOW were Brooklyn's TEEN. Lower Dens will be back in NYC in August for a MoMA Nights show. More pictures from MHOW, and the "Maneater" video, below...
Hall & Oates are playing Jones Beach Theatre on July 15. Tickets for that show are on sale.
Indie punks Tigers Jaw were just here for two NYC shows, and they have an acoustic NYC show coming up on June 27 at Le Poisson Rouge (tickets). They also recently announced a tour opening for two much poppier bands, New Found Glory and Yellowcard, which hits NYC on October 24 at Best Buy Theater. If you're into that kinda thing, you can get tickets starting today at noon.
Folk popsters Of Monsters and Men are playing Beacon Theatre on September 22 and Kings Theater on September 24. Tickets for those shows go on venue presales Thursday (6/4) at 11 AM with general on sales starting Friday, 6/5 at 11 AM. AmEx presale for Kings starts Wednesday (6/3) at 10 AM and AmEx for Beacon starts Thursday at 11.
Cuban-French duo Ibeyi recently released their self-titled debut album on XL, and will play NYC on October 2 at Webster Hall. Tickets are on sale.
Hip hop/classical violionist Emily Wells is playing with Peptalk and Stranger Cat at Baby's All Right on June 17. Tickets are on sale now. It's a record release show for Peptalk, who include members of Xiu Xiu and Tyondai Braxton's respective live bands.
Say Lou Lou are playing Bowery Ballroom on September 9. Tickets go on sale at noon.
Heliotropes, Dead Stars, Spritzer and Holy Tunics are playing Rough Trade on July 10. Tickets for that show go on sale today at noon.
Shura is playing Mercury Lounge on July 28. Tickets go on sale at noon.
Hardcore vets Shai Hulud, no longer with their original singer, play Webster Hall on August 11. That bill also includes XBishopX and VICE HC. Tickets are on sale.
Get your tickets to the BrooklynVegan-presented L7 show at Warsaw (9/9).
Jefferson Airplane/Hot Tuna's Jorma Kaukonen, New Riders of the Purple Sage's Michael Falzarano, and Hot Tuna's Barry Mitterhoff are playing under the moniker Kaukarona for the The Marjorie Thompson Memorial Concert on June 6 at Notre Dame Hall, Our Lady of Perpetual Help in Brooklyn. You can pick up tickets for $65 at Brooklyn Art (7709 5th Ave) or get them for $70 via email (email@example.com>) or phone (718-745-7734).
The Weaks are playing a free afternoon show at Rough Trade on June 6.
Browse our 'Tickets On Sale' tag for more recently announced NYC shows.
Red Hook, Brooklyn's Early Bird Foods & Co. is being sued by veteran pop duo Hall & Oates over the company's "Haulin' Oats" granola blend, claiming copyright infringement, as noted by Page Six. "The name and mark Haulin' Oats is an obvious play upon Plaintiff's well-known Hall & Oates mark, and was selected by defendant in an effort to trade off of the fame and notoriety associated with the artist's and plaintiff's well-known marks," the suit states. It also notes that this is not the first time someone has tried to "make a connection between the artists' names and oats-related products." So you may want to think twice if you were considering launching a breakfast cereal called "Bon-Os" or other punny names.
"Haulin' Oats," if you're wondering, is a "back to basics" blend of oats and maple syrup as runs $27 for a three-pack.
BV contributor Ryan Barkan - inspired by the lawsuit by Hall & Oates vs Eary Bird Foods & Co - curated a playlist of songs from their catalog. A soundtrack of lyrics and messages that may - or may not - possibly echo the band's sentiments against alleged infringement. Listen below!
As mentioned, this year's Rock and Roll of Fame induction ceremony happens in NYC on April 10 at Barclays Center with Nirvana, Kiss, Peter Gabriel, Hall and Oates, Cat Stevens and Linda Ronstadt all being inducted. Since we last spoke, ticket info has been announced, and if you'd like to go, you can get tickets on Saturday, March 1 at 10 AM. There's also a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member presale starting Friday (2/21) at 10 AM and AmEx/VIP package presales starting Monday (2/24) at 9 AM.
Meanwhile, Paul Stanley of Kiss doesn't care much about being inducted. He slammed the Rock Hall in a recent interview with Classic Rock Magazine:
Did you feel honoured at being inducted in the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame?Read more of his feelings on it at Classic Rock Magazine.
No, it was done begrudgingly and because it had become absolutely ludicrous that they were choosing to ignore us. At the end of the day most people don't realise that the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame was a privately created establishment and that it has a self-appointed board. It's a perfect case of perception becoming reality. People heard 'Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame' and gave it credibility. So whether it deserves the title has to be weighed against who it inducts.
Courtney Love also discussed the ceremony in a recent interview with Access Hollywood. She brought up her ongoing feud with Dave Grohl, saying "We're going to go to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and I think we're all sitting at the same table." She said she would say hi to Grohl, but that it'd be awkward. You can watch the video of that interview below.
The Rock and Hall of Fame 2014 nominees were announced this past October, and now the inductees have been announced. Rolling Stone reports that Nirvana, Kiss, Peter Gabriel, Hall and Oates, Cat Stevens and Linda Ronstadt will all now be rock hall of famers. Additionally, The E Street Band will be presented with the Award for Musical Excellence, and Brian Epstein (Beatles manager) and Andrew Loog Oldham (original Rolling Stones manager) will both receive the Ahmet Ertegun Award for non-performers.
The induction ceremony takes place in Brooklyn on April 10 at Barclays Center, yet another high profile event happening at the new arena which also hosted the MTV Video Music Awards this year and which just announced a big show with Red Hot Chili Peppers. Tickets will be available in January, and it will air on HBO in May.
Nirvana's MTV Unplugged performance celebrated its 20th anniversary over the weekend. Watch that in full below...
The Replacements at Riot Fest Chicago in September (more by Cory Dewald)
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame announced its 2014 nominees (via Rolling Stone), and the list includes Nirvana who are finally eligible (your first single or album had to come out 25 years ago, and their "Love Buzz" cover came out as a single in '88), plus The Replacements (!), Peter Gabriel, The Zombies, Link Wray, Hall and Oates, Yes, Linda Ronstadt, and Cat Stevens, in addition to artists who have been previously nominated, N.W.A, LL Cool J, Chic, The Meters, Kiss, Paul Butterfield Blues Band, and Deep Purple.
From now until December 10, you can vote for nominees on Rolling Stone, and the winners will be inducted at the ceremony in NYC this April.
photos by Paige K. Parsons
Willie Nelson / MSMR in the SoundWave Tent / the crowd
The redheaded stranger turned 80 this year and he's no worse for wear. Like the whiskey he often sings about (he opened with 1973's "Whiskey River") Willie Nelson only seems to get better with age -- his voice deeper, his words wiser -- even if he's increasingly aware of his creeping mortality. That the man closed his triumphant set with "Roll Me Up and Smoke Me When I Die" seemed a little morbid if not too on the nose, but that combination of libertarian spunk and unblinking truthfulness is what makes Nelson a living classic. Which must be the reason John "Uncle Jesse" Stamos felt compelled to slip onstage and play bongos in Willie's Family band for the second half of the gig (he did fine, now let's move on). "Still Is Still Moving to Me" was another latter-day highlight, though the Outside Lands audience was most thrilled to hear old soulful numbers like "Georgia on My Mind" and "Night Life," and outlaw tales like "Beer for My Horses" and "Me and Paul." - [SPIN]The 2013 Outside Lands Music Festival came to a close back on Sunday (8/11) with performances from country music legend Willie Nelson, Vampire Weekend, Hall & Oates, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Foals, Fishbone, and more. Pictures from Sunday's fun are in this post.
Much like we did at Lollapalooza and Firefly, BrooklynVegan commanded the SoundWave Tent for two hours each day with hosts Dave Hill and Christen Thomas. Sunday we had live performances with Dawes and MSMR and interviews with King Tuff and Camper Van Beethoven. Pics from that are HERE and in this post as well.
Field Mouse and The Attic Ends are playing a free show at Mercury Lounge on August 10. Free tickets to that show go on sale via Thrillcall mobile app today at 10 AM.
Daryl Hall & John Oates are playing Beacon Theater on September 23. Tickets to that show go on presale today at 10 AM (password: "BEACON"), with a general on-sale starting Monday (8/05) at noon.
Hugh Laurie is playing Town Hall on October 25. Tickets for that show go on sale today at 10 AM.
Beverly (whose lineup includes Frankie Rose on drums) is playing the Guac Rock boat show aboard the Jewel on August 19 with The Fine Machines, Joywave, and "a significant amount of guacamole." Tickets for that show are on sale now.
Browse our 'Tickets On Sale' tag for more recently announced NYC shows.
weird (weird Al even) but true...
Make your Bonnaroo 2013 schedule now.
"That's y!" says Snoop Dogg...
Did Snoop Dogg talk much politics at his Wellmont Theater show last week? That picture above, no not the cats, is his Tweeted list of reasons for voting for Obama, and for not voting Romney.
Kanye West has much less to say, for now. All his amazing tweets have been deleted except for one new one that says "BE BACK SOON". UPDATE: Now there are also three tweets about Steve Jobs.
Bummed to hear that Big Boi, who recently played Chicago's North Coast Music Fest, replaced Little Dragon with Kelly Rowland on the final version of the song he performed live with Little Dragon in Austin.
Creed frontman Scott Stapp says T.I. saved his life.
Missy Elliot may actually release an album this year.
YouTube is streaming Obama's bff (see above)Jay-Z's eighth Barclays Center show Saturday night.
Speaking of, Jay-Z is in a new marriage equality ad.
photos by Ryan Barkan
New Brooklyn food and music festival GoogaMooga just spent two extremely sunny days in Prospect Park which is hard to believe on this extremely rainy Monday. And though the weather was super, a few other details were not, and for that they've apologized along with a promise to be back next year. You've already seen pictures from Saturday and Sunday. Here are some more from Sunday. They continue below...
Superfly presents the Great GoogaMooga this weekend (5/19-5/20) in Brooklyn's Prospect Park. As can you can see by the posted schedule, live music will be happening on two stages concurrently with food demonstrations, comedy and other entertainment while food is being served all around. Don't have one of the free tickets, and aren't planning on buying one either? Probably best to not show up then. At least that's what festival co-founder Kerry Black of Superfly told us in the interview that you can read in full below...
Live From Daryl's House, Daryl Hall of Hall & Oates's TV show, which Sharon Jones has starred on, is hitting the road for some live dates including 4/11 @ Wellmont Theater, 4/14 @ the Borgata, and 4/21 @ Beacon Theatre. All three are with special guests Sharon Jones & the Dap Kings and Allen Stone. Tickets for the NYC show and for the NJ show go on sale today at noon.
speaking of Beacon Theater, Magnetic Fields tickets also go on sale at noon.
All dates for Daryl and John Oates, and the Wellmont show poster (which points out a chef will be there too), below...
today in NYC
* ASSSSCAT 3000 @ UCB
* Hanukkah @ City Winery
* The Plunk Brothers @ Barbes
* Yo La Tengo & ?? @ Maxwell's
* Stephanie Griffin @ The Stone
* Hall & Oates @ Beacon Theatre
* Hannibal Buress @ Knitting Factory
* Keith and Mindi Obadike @ The Stone
* The Autumn Defense @ The Living Room
* Music of Bob Dylan & The Band @ Le Poisson Rouge
* Matisyahu, Moon Taxi @ Music Hall of Williamsburg
* J. Cole, K. Michelle, CJ Hilton @ Highline Ballroom
* Jennifer Choi, Ikue Mori, Marco Cappelli @ Roulette
* Stephane Wrembel Presents The Django Experiment @ Barbes
* Pretty Good Friends w/ Eugene Mirman & guests @ Union Hall
* Crowbar, Black Tusk, A Life Once Lost @ Santos Party House
* North Highlands, The Luyas, Twi The Humble Feather, Little Anchor @ Glasslands
* Triple Hex, Krylls, The Seventh Word, Toby Goodshank, The WoWz @ Bruar Falls
* For Every Story Untold, Glenton Davis, Emily Long, Rene Brenton @ Mercury Lounge
* No One & the Somebodies, Beach Arabs, Jesse Carsten, Quilty, Fables @ Silent Barn
* ViBe SongMakers, Starring, Keesha Mishawn, Icarus Himself, Christy & Emily @ Union Pool
TONIGHT AT LPR: Steven Bernstein (Sex Mob, Levon Helm Band), John Medeski (Medeski, Martin and Wood), Rob Burger (Laurie Anderson, Marianne Faithful, Iron & Wine), Tony Scherr (Bill Frisell, Norah Jones, Sex Mob), Kenny Wollesen (Norah Jones, John Zorn, Bill Frisell, Sex Mob), and special guests Jolie Holland, Laura Cantrell, Nicole Atkins, John Wesley Harding, and Eleanor and Matthew Friedberger of The Fiery Furnaces. And special Guest Vocalists Chocolate Genius, and David Johansen (New York Dolls).
"WITNESS' 6th Annual Focus for Change Benefit Dinner & Concert" goes down on Thursday, December 2, 2010 at Roseland Ballroom in NYC. Co-Hosted by Peter Gabriel, there will be performances by Antibalas, Jimmy Cliff and Sheryl Crow. Jack Dorsey, co-founder of Twitter, will be there too. Click the link to get your $750 tickets.
Fistful of Mercy is Joseph Arthur, Ben Harper & Dhani Harrison, and you can catch them at the Apollo Theater on November 17th. Tickets are still on sale.
Josh Ritter & the Royal City Band play Terminal 5 on 2/12. Tickets are on sale.
UK band Peggy Sue are worth getting to Terminal 5 early on November 19th. They open that date for Kate Nash. Tickets are still on sale.
Randy Newman plays Town Hall on March 5th. Tickets are on sale.
Rural Alberta Advantage play Mercury Lounge on 1/12. Tickets are on sale.
photos by Ryan Barkan
John Oates & The Bird & The Bee & the baby @ the El Rey Friday night
The Bird and the Bee, a jazzy [L.A.] synth-pop duo, has a fantastic single (with an unprintable title) ["Fucking Boyfriend"] imploring a hesitant beau to be a real boyfriend already. It's a sassy chastening of noncommittal dudes. But when vocalist Inara George sings it while very clearly pregnant, as she did at the sold-out El Rey Theatre on Friday, the tune has an even blacker sense of humor.The Bird and the Bee played L.A.'s The El Rey Friday (3/5), where John Oates made a surprise appearance during their Hall & Oates-heavy set, which is fitting considering that the duo's new record is a Hall & Oates tribute album. Interpreting The Masters Volume 1: A Tribute To Daryl Hall And John Oates comes out March 23rd on Blue Note. The album has eight covers and one Bird and the Bee original. Their version of "I Can't Go For That" is streaming exclusively below. That track, album tracklist and more pictures from the LA show, below...
"This song has more meaning when I'm like this," George said, pointing to her stomach to room-wide chuckling. Her husband, the director Jake Kasdan, may have protested that he made it official a long time ago. But it was one of many arched-eyebrow moments in a set of smart, fluffy pop made by two talents not taking themselves at all too seriously.
The pair's El Rey set was heavy on Hall & Oates numbers, and though indie rock has long since resuscitated that band's reputation as secret songwriting savants, George and Kurstin revealed them as crack arrangers as well. Kurstin's an effortlessly gifted keyboardist, and alongside a sprawling backing band (featuring opener Juliette Commagere, very able with guitar and vocal duties), the group dug deep into hits such as "Kiss on My List" in ways that snide hipster peers couldn't replicate. [LA Times]
Hall & Oates, Halloween 2007 (more photos)
As previously reported the national Blondie/Pat Benatar/Donnas tour will be making a free stop at Coney Island's Asser Levy/Seaside Park on Thursday, August 13th. That's one of the free shows at this year's Seaside Concert Series, running Thursdays at the Brooklyn park (which may soon be an amphitheater). Other 2009 acts include Creedence Clearwater
Revival Revisited, Daryl Hall & John Oates, and Donna Summer.
Full schedule below...
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Sorry for the interruption in the Week In Dance...there were some foreign dancefloors I needed to explore. Hopefully you were able to get down without me. As much as I'm dying to tell you what I did...there's way too much happening this week (and I need to go through some photos).
Before we get to that, one quick heads up that Fatboy Slim (also more recently known as Brighton Port Authority) is DJing Terminal 5 on June 24th. Tickets are currently on American Express presale, with the regular sale starting Friday at noon.
Now here's to making up for lost time (Thursday & Friday night events & more):
Lil Wayne, T Pain, Gym Class Heroes, and Keri Hilson are playing the Prudential Center on March 19. Tickets go on sale Saturday at 10AM.
Adele's May show at Roseland Ballroom is
sold out is still on sale. Franz Ferdinand's show at the same venue is also still on sale. Tickets are also still available for Lily Allen's show there in April. Adele doesn't, but Lily, Franz, Duffy and Estelle all have songs on the new War Child Heroes charity comp.
The Gaslight Anthem added a May 8th show with Pela and Good Ole War at the Stone Pony. Tickets are on sale. The Gaslight Anthem are also playing Sasquatch and Coachella and Webster Hall. Pela also have some shows coming up at Mercury Lounge.
Steve Winwood and Eric Clapton are playing the Izod Center on June 10th. Tickets go on sale Saturday at 10AM.
Daryl Hall and John Oates are playing two night at Irving Plaza in March. Tickets range from $80 to $150 and are on sale.