Metallica’s first show of 2020 will be part of the all-new Encore Drive-In Nights, on August 29. For one night only Metallica will be performing at Drive-In Theatres Across North America. Four digital downloads of their album, ‘S&M2’ will be included with each ticket purchase. Special guest performance will be by Three Days Grace.
Following the release of their frantic new single ‘All I Want To Hear You Say’, and selling out their upcoming UK November ’20 headline tour, Sea Girls are absolutely on fire dropping their euphoric new track ‘Forever’ – the final taster from their debut album Open Up Your Head before its release next week on Friday August 14th via Polydor.
Emily Burns has released her brand new EP, ‘I Love You, You’re the Worst’, via Island Records and announced a very special live-streamed fundraiser show from the legendary Abbey Road Studios. The EP features the previously released vivacious pop anthems ‘Terrified’ and ‘Hello’, as well as the beautifully emotive ‘Curse’.
Jedward star John Grimes last week released a stunning acoustic cover of ‘Somewhere Over The Rainbow’, dedicated to his best friend Tara Reid, who had told him it was her favourite song. The track, based on the Israel Kamakawiwo’ole arrangement, comes ahead of tomorrow’s release of the music video for Jedward’s song, ‘Taste The Heat’.
With no dates set yet for the re-opening of music venues in the U.K. due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, artists are having to reschedule concert dates and work around the health and safety regulations put in place by the U.K. government. Jedward are also affected by this, the Irish duo having to move their three show tour from August to February. It had originally been planned for May.
Jedward have kept their fans entertained during the COVID-19 quarantine, which they had been spending in Los Angeles, with best friend, actress Tara Reid, during which time they were interviewed on ITV’s ‘ITV’s ‘Loose Women’. Now back in Dublin, John has uploaded an acoustic guitar cover of The Police classic, ‘Every Breath You Take’.
During these heartbreaking and fearful times, a lovely soothing song is all one needs. Music is fundamental to a weary soul as it boosts one’s spirits to live and conquer another day. Musicians across the globe are also feeling the full effect of the coronavirus pandemic. In as much as they are striving to offer their fans amazing songs to take them through the crisis, they are struggling. Some of their financial sources, such as live performing events have gotten cancelled. All you can do is support them during these challenging times. Here’s how to play your role in promoting music during the coronavirus storm.
Former X Factor singer songwriter Lucy Spraggan, who rose to fame through her debut top 20 hit ‘Last Night’ to which she sang at her 2012 audition on X Factor, has since released 5 albums, with her debut in at number 7 and 2 just shy of the top 10. With over half a million engaged social media followers and a planned tour in Autumn this year, Lucy speaks to Laurabeth about her incredible fitness journey, upcoming new album, ‘Choices’ and planned tour and who would play her in a movie.
In an exclusive interview for PageSix’s ‘We Hear’ podcast, Sharknado star Tara Reid spoke about life in quarantine in Los Angeles. She revealed that not only is she sharing her lockdown with her boyfriend, but also her best friends, John and Edward, aka Jedward, who have an apartment in the same building as her.
With the Eurovision Song Contest called off this year because of the COVID-19 crisis, Eurovision has been doing their very best to keep fans happy by providing plenty of content. In fact, there’s been so much incredible content that it could be hoped this will continue to be on offer once things go back to normal.