According to Billboard.com: Rumors are swirling that the Police will reunite for 2007 dates in England and the United States, which would be the legendary trio’s first since disbanding in
Prepare yourselves for an onslaught of song-related puns. Over the next few months, we’re all about to be subjected to clever doozies like “I’ve read the Message in a Bottle,
Ever since his Contrarian’s Guide To Ryan Adams, I’ve been trying to engage our friend Chilly JackWater in enough conversation that eventually some vitriol will spit out into the night.
Is anyone else feeling pretty groggy this new year? I returned home to New York yesterday after an amazing, yet brief, trip to Chicago for the Umphrey’s McGeestand at the Aragon Ballroom. But UM wasn’t the only band playing a gig on New Year’s Eve, which has become a major holiday on the calendar for many fans and bands.
So for this special Tuesday edition of Hors, here are a few links, followed by New Year’s Eve setlists from your favorite bands:
Read on for the jam-packed NYE setlists from some of the usual suspects…
Vagabond Opera……a unique ensemble, plays Eastern-European, klezmer-based original, jazz and belly dance music with skill, exuberance, and a gritty vagabond edge. Eric Stern, operatic tenor, accordionist, pianist, and composer leads the band as they play songs about thieves, Jewish weddings, Parisian tramps and the enigmatic Marlene Dietrich. Every show is a cabaret of rich musical phrasing, sparkling lyrics and indomitable stage presence.
While the term “Southern rock” usually comes from a lack of creativity, it most certainly applies to Capps’, as his drawl, love of whiskey (“Ed Lee”), rough-riding, tenacious sounds, and wisdom beyond his years exudes Southern rock in the truest sense.
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Sparklehorse has announced more than a month of North American shows, starting February 2 in Austin, Texas. The group, which toured for the first time in more than three years