tours announced: Ghost, Rosanne Cash, Ravyn Lenae & more
Rosanne Cash will release her newest LP She Remembers Everything next week (it’s streaming now via NPR), and she’ll be playing a bunch of North American shows behind the record, including dates in Chicago, Newton, San Francisco, Tuscon, Seattle, and more. Her tour kicks off with a unique NYC record release show at Red Hook’s Pioneer Works on 10/29, where Rosanne will play songs off the new album, interspersed with readings of works by Angela Davis, Ursula K. Le Guin, Toni Morrison, and others. She’ll also return to NYC next month for a benefit show at cabaret club Feinstein’s/54 Below on 11/12, with proceeds going towards The Angel Band Project, a group advocating for social change for sexual assault survivors. Lastly, Rosanne curated a special double-bill of Anna & Elizabeth and The Low Anthem at Carnegie Hall on 11/3 (you can get tickets for $20 for today only), before she makes an appearance at this year’s John Lennon Tribute concert. Head here for all of Rosanne’s upcoming dates.
R&B vocalist Ravyn Lenae will soon be on tour, first playing New Orleans’ Voodoo Festival this weekend, then opening for fellow rising R&B star Jorja Smith, which includes a stop at NYC’s Hammerstein Ballroom on 12/15. One day before the Hammerstein show, Ravyn will be playing a one-off NYC headlining date at SOB’s on 12/14, with additional support from producer/multi-instrumentalist Luke Titus. Tickets for that show go on sale Friday (10/26) at 10 AM. Find all dates here.
Ariana Grande announced a massive 2019 North American tour behind this year’s massive Sweetener, concluding with MSG and Barclays Center shows.
Theatrical metal band Ghost are always a treat to see live, and they kick off their “A Pale Tour Named Death” behind this year’s Prequelle tonight in Grand Prairie, TX, with further shows in Chicago, Phoenix, NYC (for a big Barclays Center show on 12/15), Atlanta, Los Angeles, and many more. Ghost will also be touring Europe in 2019, with support from Candlemass (who have reunited with singer Johan Langquist). Plus they have dates overseas with Metallica. Check here for all upcoming dates, and view the band’s video for “Dance Macabre” below.
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