Entries tagged with: rescheduled
ZZ Top at The Paramount in 2013 (more by Greg Cristman)
Iconic boogie rockers ZZ Top will be on tour next year now that bassist Dusty Hill is recovered from a hip injury that caused the band's tour with Jeff Beck to be cut short this past August (including a show at Jones Beach). A few of the dates with Beck have been rescheduled, but not Jones Beach. The closest the dates come to NYC is Red Bank, NJ's Count Basie Theatre on March 11 (tickets) and Kingston, NY's Ulster Performing Arts Center on March 13 (tickets).
In related news, ZZ Top's Billy Gibbons is one of a slew of classic rock veterans are coming together to support, well, veterans. The third annual edition of Wall Street Rocks also features bringing Warren Haynes from Allman Brothers, John Popper from Blues Traveler, Late Night with David Letterman band members Will Lee and Anton Fig and other "all-star musicians" for a show to benefit war veterans at the Highline Ballroom on November 10. Tickets for the show are on sale now (just keep in mind that the money is going to a good cause when checking out those prices).
Billy Gibbons is also playing Brooklyn Bowl on November 11, the day after the veteran's benefit. Tickets for that show go on sale Friday (10/3) at 10 AM.
While Warren Haynes may be playing in November, Allman Brothers are calling it quits at the end of October. The band's final shows are happening at Beacon Theatre on October 21-28. Tickets for all of the Beacon shows except the 24th are already sold out. There are also Allman Bros afterparties at BB King's on October 24 and October 25, the latter of which features Allman Bros drummer Jaimoe's Jasssz Band.
All ZZ Top dates are listed below...
by Bill Pearis
As you may recall, Twin Sister are now known as Mr. Twin Sister and will release their new album on September 23 via Infinite Best. That might be a picture of the album art above, or one version of it at least. The group have just released a second song off the record and "Blush" is a lush, waltz-time R&B slowjam with a string section right out of a vintage Sade track. Stream it below.
Mr Twin Sister just played with The Antlers at Webster Hall here in NYC (anybody catch them?) and were to have done three nights at Baby's All Right the first week of September. Those shows are now not happening but they will now be playing two shows Baby's All Right on October 3&4. Tickets for the 10/3 and 10/4 shows are on sale now.
Die Antwoord at Free Press Summer Fest 2014 (more by Dana (distortion) Yavin)
This past Tuesday's Die Antwoord show in NYC was cancelled due to illness, but since we last spoke a new date was announced. The group will now play NYC on September 8 at Irving Plaza. All tickets purchased for the 6/10 show will be honored, and refunds are available at point of purchase. Updated dates are listed below.
In related news, Die Antwoord teamed up again with filmmaker harmony Korine (Gummo, Spring Breakers) to soundtrack the new commercial he made for the Dior Addict fragrance. Their contribution is a remix of their song "Enter the Ninja." You can watch the video, with the list of dates, below...
Paul McCartney was scheduled to play some shows this month, but will now kick off a tour on July 5th at the Times Union Center in Albany before continuing to Pittsburgh, Chicago and many other U.S. places. June dates have been moved to October. The official statement reads:
"I'm sorry but it's going to be a few more weeks before we get rocking in America again. I'm feeling great but taking my docs' advice to take it easy for just a few more days. Look forward to seeing you all soon."-Paul McCartneyGet well soon Paul! Updated dates are listed below...
Paul McCartney has confirmed that he will, however reluctantly, heed medical advice to rest up just a bit longer to fully recuperate from the virus that forced the postponement of his recent dates in Japan and Korea.
Ben Watt & Bernard Butler (via Ben's Facebook)
Everything But the Girl guitarist Ben Watt had to postpone his NYC and LA shows due to visa issues but those shows -- his first-ever solo headlining in the U.S. -- have been rescheduled. He's now playing two nights at NYC's Joe's Pub on June 11 & 12 and tickets are on sale now. Right after that, he'll jet to LA to play The Echoplex on June 13. Like before, he'll be accompanied at those shows by former Suede guitarist Bernard Butler.
Mobb Deep at Waterloo Records SXSW day party (via Waterloo Twitter)
Veteran rap duo Mobb Deep are soon beginning a previously announced tour that would have included a NYC show on 3/29 at Gramercy Theatre, but like many shows at that venue, it's been cancelled. Instead, they'll play NYC at the end of the tour on May 24 at Irving Plaza. That show also includes Smif-N-Wessun, and tickets are still available. Any tickets purchased for the Gramercy date will be honored, and if you can't make the new date, refunds are available at point of purchase. Updated dates are listed below.
Mobb Deep were also just down in Austin for SXSW. While they were there, both FACT and Fuse interviewed them about the 20th anniversary reissue of The Infamous, their upcoming new album, and more. Watch videos of those two interviews, plus a live video from their set at House of Vans/Mohawk, below...
Lauryn Hill at Rock the Bells 2011 (more by Dana (distortion) Yavin)
Lauryn Hill has been on her short homecoming tour, having just played Boston on Wednesday (12/18). But now, like she did with one of her November Bowery Ballroom shows, she's postponed more of the upcoming NYC-area dates. Her Count Basie Theatre show which would have happened on Sunday (12/22) was moved to February 7, and her Capitol Theatre show which would have happened on 12/28 was moved to January 31. Tickets for the new dates at Count Basie and the Capitol are on sale, and all tickets purchased for the original dates will be honored. Her Long Island show, scheduled to happen at The Paramount on
December 26, appears to still be on at the moment but we'll keep you posted if that changes (tickets).
UPDATE: The Paramount show was moved to January 26.
Updated dates are listed below...
Lauryn Hill at Rock the Bells 2011 (more by Dana (distortion) Yavin)
As discussed, Lauryn Hill has some homecoming shows scheduled, which would have included two (early and late) TONIGHT (11/27) at Bowery Ballroom and a number of December dates. Tonight's early show has been postponed until December 10 "due to weather," but her late show is still on. All tickets for the early show will be honored at the 12/10 show, refunds are available, and they will not be valid at tonight's late show. $100 tickets are still available for the late show.
UPDATE: we also have two pairs of tickets to give away to the late show. If you want a chance of winning them, check out the instructions below.
Updated dates are listed below...
Hawkwind had to postpone their 2013 North American Tour due to health concerns with member Dave Brock, but the band will be making up those dates in March. While they haven't made a full rescheduled tour announcement, many of the dates have popped up, including the new NYC one which will happen on March 16 at Gramercy Theatre. Tickets to that show are on sale now.
The tour is a celebration of their 1975 prog classic Warrior on the Edge of Time and they'll be playing it in full. (Stream that LP via YouTube below.) You may remember that former Hawkwind hornblower Nik Turner was in NYC playing Hawkwind songs with his band Space Ritual in NYC earlier this month. And another former Hawkmind member, Lemmy Kilmister, also recently cancelled Motorhead's tour due to health reasons.
All known rescheduled Hawkwind tour dates are listed below...
D.R.I. at Saint Vitus in February (more by Sarja Hasan)
Crossover thrash vets DRI and Mucky Pup, who are no strangers to playing shows together, were supposed to do so again at The Studio at Webster Hall this month, but due to DRI's Spike Cassidy's extreme tendinitis in his left hand, that show (along with a few others) has been postponed. The two bands will now team up on March 14 at The Studio at Webster Hall. Tickets for that show are on sale now. DRI are also set to tour South America in December and they have a few other North American shows in 2014. All of their dates are listed below.
Mucky Pup's only show of 2013 is a pre-Thanksgiving show in their home state of NJ on November 27 at The Blue Room in Seacaucus with Marc Rizzo of Soulfly, and more. Full lineup and more info on the show flyer below.
Black Dice at Prospect Park in 2011 (more by Vincent Cornelli)
Brooklyn noise trio Black Dice were supposed to play 285 Kent with Teengirl Fantasy back in September, but unfortunately had to cancel at the last minute due to a family emergency. That show has since been rescheduled and will now happen this Saturday (11/2) at 285 Kent. Teengirl Fantasy aren't on the new date, but indie rap trio Ratking and DJ Pizza Party are. Tickets for the new date are on sale now. Flyer below.
Black Dice show flyer, along with some streams/videos, below...
Brendan Canning at Pop Montreal 2013 (more by Dominick Mastrangelo)
As you may know, Broken Social Scene co-founder Brendan Canning was supposed to play a few US dates with Holly Miranda last week, and those unfortunately had to be cancelled due to visa issues. He's since begun rescheduling the dates, including the NYC show which will now happen on January 24 at Mercury Lounge. Tickets for that show go on sale Friday (11/1) at noon. Updated dates are listed below.
Though Holly Miranda was supposed to open the original NYC date, no opener is currently billed for the rescheduled one, but you can catch Holly in NYC TONIGHT (10/29) at Knitting Factory with Kendra Morris and Domino Kirke. Tickets for tonight's show are still available.
Brendan Canning's newest solo album, You Gots 2 Chill, came out earlier this month. Watch the video for "Plugged In" from that album, along with the list of dates, below...
Delorean at BV-SXSW 2013 (more by Amanda Hatfield)
Spanish synth pop band Delorean recently faced an unfortunate "virtual kidnapping" and have since needed to postpone some tour dates, including their NYC show which would have happened on October 23 at Webster Hall. They
haven't announced the fully rescheduled tour yet, but they did announce that the new NYC date will happen on January 24 at Music Hall of Williamsburg. Tickets for the new show go on sale today (10/16) at noon and all tickets purchased for the Webster Hall show will be honored.
UPDATE: All rescheduled dates have been announced, and they're listed below.
Watch a recent music video below...
by Doug Moore
Church of Misery at Cameo Fest 2012 (more by Samantha Marble)
You may recall that Japan's Church of Misery recently announced a headlining North American tour for October and November. You also may recall that The Gates of Slumber, one of the support acts for that tour (including the NY date), broke up about two weeks ago, disrupting CoM's tour plans significantly.
Those plans have been further screwed up since. Their label Metal Blade announced via their website today that "issues beyond the band's control" have forced them to reschedule the October segment of their tour; they'll now be in the States from November until about halfway through December. Scuttlebutt has it that Church of Misery had problems obtaining work visas because of government-shutdown-related delays. (Not the first time we've heard this this week.) I feel pretty bad for the band; it must've been an enormous logistical clusterfuck to reschedule all of those shows, and I'm impressed that they pulled it off.
There's also some good news. First, the Brooklyn show at Saint Vitus on 11/12 with Against the Grain hasn't been rescheduled; you can still nab tickets. Second, we now know who will replace The Gates of Slumber: Charlotte, NC goth/sludge (?) band Bloody Hammers, who just put out a new album.
Check out the updated list of dates, plus some CoM and Bloody Hammers music, below.
Palma Violets @ MHOW in May (more by Dominick Mastrangelo)
Palma Violets are currently on a tour, which was originally supposed to hit NYC last night but the date got moved to next Wednesday (10/9), still at Webster Hall. Skaters open and tickets are still available. But if you'd like to go for free, we're giving away two pairs of tickets. Details on how to win one pair are below. Another pair is exclusively at Facebook.
If you're going to the show and want to keep the party going, or if you're just looking for something to do late night on Wednesday, BrooklynVegan is sponsoring the official afterparty which happens at East Village bar HiFi starting at 10:30 PM. It's free and open to the public (21+) and members of Palma Violets will be DJing. Flyer for the afterparty is below.
An in other news, Palma Violets just made a video for "Rattlesnake Highway" from their debut album, 180, which came out in March. You can watch that below.
Lee Ranaldo & the Dust at Maxwell's in July (more by Kenneth Bachor)
Lee Ranaldo & The Dust (whose lineup includes fellow Sonic Youth bandmate Steve Shelley on drums) are touring in support of their new album this year. That tour was supposed to hit The Bell House on October 25, but has just been moved to January 11. Tickets for the Bell House show are still available.
Meanwhile, Lee Ranaldo & the Dust will still be playing NYC on October 25, as they've been added as an opener to the previously discussed Kurt Vile show at Terminal 5. Beach Fossils are on that show too, and tickets are still available. Perhaps it's Kurt's way of returning the favor after he opened for Sonic Youth at Williamsburg Waterfront in 2011? Updated Lee Ranaldo & the Dust dates are listed below.
Speaking of, earlier today we posted about a bunch of upcoming Kim Gordon shows.
Lee Ranaldo & the Dust's new album, Last Night on Earth, comes out on October 8 via Matador. Stream the single, "Lecce, Leaving," along with the updated list of tour dates, below...
Savages at Pitchfork Fest 2013 (more by Amanda Hatfield)
The wildly intense post-punk revivalists Savages are kicking off a North American tour this September, and though that was initially supposed to hit NYC on September 12 at Terminal 5, the Terminal 5 date has been moved to October 16. Tickets are available for the new date, and all tickets purchased for the 9/12 date will be honored. If you can't make it on the new date, refunds are available too.
Still no opener announced for the T5 show, but Mark Lanegan collaborator Duke Garwood will be opening many of the other North American dates.
Savages are also taking part in the Station to Station tour, and it's been announced that they'll play the Oakland stop on 9/28 with Dan Deacon, Sun Araw & The Congos, Lia Ices, Twin Shadow, No Age, and more (tickets).
Updated dates are listed, along with a video of the band at Pitchfork Fest, below...
As mentioned, Oblivians had to postpone last week's tour dates, including a 8/16 show at The Bell House, due to a death in the family. Those rescheduled dates have now been announced and the new Bell House date happens on October 3. Tickets are on sale and all tickets for the 8/16 show will be honored.
Updated Oblivians tour dates are listed below...
Big Boi in Austin in 2012 (more by Tim Griffin)
As mentioned, Big Boi had to cancel a number of tour dates, including last Thursday's (6/20) Prospect Park show, due to a knee injury. He's since recovered and announced a leg of rescheduled dates that he'll play this September/October. Rather than the big free outdoor show that Big Boi would have played last week, his rescheduled date happens on October 1 at Brooklyn Bowl, the same venue he played in April. No word on yet on ticket information for that show, but you can check Brooklyn Bowl's site for updates.
Thursday's Prospect Park show did go on as planned with long-running West Coast duo Blackalicious taking Big Boi's spot, and support coming from Phony PPL and D-Nice. If you missed them last week, Blackalicious play the Best Buy Theatre on Saturday (6/29) opening for The Cat Empire. Tickets are still available.
All rescheduled Big Boi dates are listed below...
The B-52s at Roseland Ballroom - 6/19/13 (via Mark Doctrow)
New wave legends The B-52s were forced to cancel some dates due to Cindy Wilson's illness, including their NYC-area show that would have happened on June 6 at The Capitol Theatre. However, Cindy got well enough for the band to make it here for their co-headlining show at Roseland Ballroom with The Go-Gos on June 19. A picture from that show is above, and a video and both bands' setlists are below.
Now that Cindy is doing better, The B-52s have also announced that their Capitol Theatre show will be rescheduled for November 9. Tickets for that show are on sale now, and all tickets purchased for June 6 will be honored.
Updated dates are listed, along with the video and setlists, below...
photos by Dana (distortion) Yavin
Fiest in the rain / casualty of storm / making the best of it @ Governors Ball on Friday
Yesterday's unrelenting rain made for a cold, soggy start to Governors Ball. Feist gave up after one song, saying "I think they think we're going to get electrocuted." Festival organizers then pulled the plug on the night:
Due to the high winds and unsafe stage conditions, Governors Ball has been suspended Friday night. The Current wind speeds have made it a safety issue to operate the stages. While Governors Ball and the acts would like for nothing more than the show to go on, the safety of our patrons, performers, and staff must always come first. Governors Ball will continue as scheduled Saturday morning. We anticipate gates to open on schedule. We are looking forward to great music and good times for the rest of the weekend.Good news for fans of Friday night headliners King of Leon, the band will play the main stage today at 6:45 PM. Obviously this will affect some of the other band's set times and you can see the revised schedule for details.The weather's a whole lot nicer today, but those mudpits probably won't be going anywhere. Look for a full recap and pictures of waterlogged Friday
In other news, Kings of Leon just announced their new album, Mechanical Bull, will be out September 24.
A$AP Rocky at FFF Fest 2012 (more by Tim Griffin)
As mentioned, Rihanna is on a tour with A$AP Rocky which was set to hit NYC this weekend on May 4 and 5 at Barclays Center. The May 5 show is still on, but the May 4 show has been rescheduled to May 7 due to Game 7 of the Brooklyn Nets-Chicago Bulls NBA Playoffs series. Barclays center CEO Brett Yormark stated, "We are looking forward to a special concert and I hope Rihanna will be our guest at Game 7."
Tickets for the May 4 show will be honored on May 7, and refunds will be available at the original point of purchase. Both shows are currently sold out.
As just mentioned, A$AP Rocky has been announced (along with Kendrick Lamar, Miguel, Wu-Tang, and others) for this year's Hot 97 Summer Jam at MetLife Stadium on June 2 (tickets). He also plays more NYC-area dates in August on his tour with Wiz Khalifa, Joey Bada$$, Rockie Fresh, Smoke DZA and others.
Updated dates are listed below...
As mentioned, Green Day cancelled a bunch of tour dates due to Billie Joe Armstrong going to rehab, including their Brooklyn show which would have happened on January 16 at Barclays Center with Best Coast. The band have now rescheduled those dates to take place later this year, and they're currently set to play Barclays Center on April 7. It's not clear if Best Coast is still on the tour. Tickets for the newly scheduled Barclays Center show are on sale now and all tickets purchased for the 1/16 show will be honored.
Updated dates listed below...
Swans at Bowery Ballroom in October (more by Fred Pessaro // BBG)
As mentioned, Swans, who managed to play Bowery Ballroom on October 28, one of the few shows that actually happened that day in the wake of Hurricane Sandy, ended up having to postpone their Music Hall of Williamsburg show which would have happened a day later (10/29). They've just announced that the makeup date for that show will happen on February 7 at Music Hall of Williamsburg. Tickets for that show go on sale Friday (12/7) at noon and all tickets purchased for the 10/29 date will also be honored. Otherwise refunds are available at the point of purchase.
Devendra Banhart was scheduled to play the original date (and he also played the Bowery Ballroom show that happened the day before), but he doesn't appear to be on the bill for the new one. He did, however, just announce that he'll release the followup to 2009's What Will We Be at some point (release date TBA) on his new label home, Nonesuch. The album's called Mala and it was produced by Devendra himself and his bandmate Noah Georgeson.
A live video of "Apostate" from The Seer live DVD and a list of all Swans dates are below.