RNR News and Notes Archives for 2021-07

Watch Foo's drummer Taylor Hawkins take over on lead vocals on the band's disco cover of 'Shadow Dancing'

Back in February, usual Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl dropped a little nugget on BBC Radio 2 -

“Somebody said, ?‘Hey, have you seen that Bee Gees documentary?’ And I was like the last person on earth – the only person that hadn’t seen it! So I was like, ?‘Why don’t we just do a Bee Gees song?’ And someone was just like, ?‘OK… how do you wanna do it?!’ And I said: ?‘Well, let’s do it like the Bee Gees,’” 




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The output of that conversation - was a masterpiece of an album - Hail Satin - released exclusively on Record Store Day, under the moniker Dee Gees.  The record features covers of  four Bee Gees songs and the Andy Gibb solo track ‘Shadow Dancing’, plus five live versions of songs from the band’s 2020 studio album ‘Medicine at Midnight’.


The band has now released an official video for their Shadow Dancing cover - featuring the band's drummer, Taylor Hawkins, on lead vocals! 



Hail Satin was a limited physical release - only 12,000 records were pressed.   So getting your hands on one now might be tough - but it was released to streaming services as well 

Stream Joni Mitchell's Recently Unearthed 1968 Performance Of 'The Dawntreader' Recorded By Jimi Hendrix

On March 19, 1968, Joni Mitchell played two surprise sets at Café Le Hibou in Ottawa. Also in town that night was Jimi Hendrix, playing two shows of his own at the  Capitol Theater earlier that night. 


But it seems that Jimi wasn't content with just playing his show - as he explained  his diary: 

“Talked with Joni Mitchell on the phone. I think I’ll record her tonight with my excellent tape recorder (knock on wood) . . . hmmm . . . can’t find any wood . . . everything’s plastic.”


The late guitar great ended up recording Joni - who he praised as a “fantastic girl with heaven words.” - and not on his phone - he used an entire reel-to-reel recoding device (!) while kneeling inconspicuously at the front of the stage.


Sadly - the tape of the show was stolen just a few days later and never to be seen again - until recently - when  it was discovered in a donation made to the Library and Archives Canada and subsequently returned it to Mitchell.

And now those recordings are being released as part of Mitchell’s latest archival box set. Joni Mitchell Archives Vol. 2: The Reprise Years (1968-1971) features nearly six hours of unreleased home, studio, and live recordings. The five-CD, 10-LP package includes the Le Hibou performances recorded by Hendrix. It also encompasses a BBC live broadcast with James Taylor, a demo recorded at Jane Lurie’s apartment in NYC, lots of early home demos by Mitchell, and more.


Below you can stream "The Dawntreader" from that 1968 concert that Jimi Hendrix recorded.



Here is the Tracklist for Joni Mitchell Archives Vol. 2: The Reprise Years (1968-1971) 
Disc One
Joni’s home (late 1967/early 1968)
1.“Midnight Cowboy” – Version one
2.“The Dawntreader” – Demo with vocal overdub
3.“Song To A Seagull”
4.“Midnight Cowboy” – Version two
Jane Lurie’s Apartment, Chelsea, Manhattan, New York City, NY (late 1967/early 1968)
5. “The Way It Is”
6.“Turn Around” – Incomplete
Home Demo, Joni’s home (late 1967/early 1968)
7. “I Had A King” – Demo with piano overdub
8. “Roses Blue” – Demo with peacock harp overdub
9. “The Fiddle And The Drum” – Piano demo
Song To A Seagull Session, Sunset Sound, Hollywood, CA (January 24, 1968)
12.“Both Sides Now”
13.“The Gift Of The Magi”
Jane Lurie’s Apartment, Chelsea, Manhattan, New York City, NY (early 1968)
14.“It’s Easy”
15.“Another Melody”
Live at Canterbury House, Ann Arbor, MI (March 10, 1968)
16. Introduction
17. “Jeremy”
18.“Songs To Aging Children Come”

From her favorite concert to the first song that made her cry: Lorde answers 73 questions in a garden

Vogue has tapped Lorde for their latest installment of 73 Questions.  


The New Zealand singer-songwriter answered a variety of questions - about her personal life, her discography, tour life and more. 


You can check out the full interview  or scroll down for some highlights. 



The best concert she ever saw: Arcade Fire at Coachella in 2014


Artist she's most like to collaborate with:  Harry Styles


Who's the first musician to leave her starstruck? Taylor Swift


A song she wished she wrote:  “Graceland” by Paul Simon.


First song to make her cry: Lou Reed’s “Perfect Day”


Greatest album art:  George Harrison’s All Things Must Pass


Which musician, living or dead, has the best style: David Bowie (duh)

Help WRNR and Stella Artois support the Anne Arundel County Food Bank and 'Buy A Family A Meal'

WRNR has proudly partnered with Stella Artois and the Anne Arundel County Food Bank (AACFB) to create  the “Buy a Family a Meal” campaign, a way to support families suffering from food insecurity in our community.


Each Friday -through August 27- you can join the RNR Roadshow and the  Stella Artois Team to make a $5 donation that the  AACFB will use to “Buy a Family a Meal”  - plus you'll get a swanky Stella Artoia Challace for being so generous ... annnnd you know the RNR Roadshow won't be empty handed - we'll be giving away tickets to some great upcoming concerts - like Lord Huron, Kings of Leon and more 



With one $5 donation, the AACFB can provide 15 meals to area families. 


Here's where the RNR Roadshow will be:


Aug 27th – Christos Liquors – 2660 Riva Road #360, Annapolis


Watch This Brilliant Edit of The Peanuts Gang Singing 'Layla' by Eric Clapton [WATCH]

Clips of the Peanuts gang stitched together and set to popular music will never get old.  


Recenty - we shared YouTube user Garren Lazar's edit of Charlie Brown & Co. 'singing' Tom Petty's Learning To Fly (watch)


This week - we stumbled upon a video of the gang 'singing' Eric Clapton's version of the Derek and the Dominoes classic 'Layla'. Enjoy :)


Peanuts Gang Singing "Layla" by: Eric Clapton

From Alanis Morrisette to Zac Brown Band - Live Nation is selling $20 'all-in' tickets to 1000s of shows

Concert promoter Live Nation is pretty excited to help bring live music back to the masses - that they want to make sure everyone can afford tickets to concerts.  


Yep - they are bringing back their flash sale and selling $20 tickets to 1000's of upcoming shows ... but if you want to get in on the Return To Live $20 All In Sale - don't delay - the sale only lasts a few days, from July 28 to August 1.  



Some of the shows you can get tickets to during the sale include 311, Alanis Morrisette, Brothers Osborne, Kings of Leon, Primus, The Black Crowes, The Doobie Brothers, and Zac Brown Band.  

Watch Green Day Perform 'Welcome to Paradise' and 'Jesus of Suburbia' at Their First Post-Pandemic Show

Green Day will spend the rest of this summer and fall playing sold out stadiums with Fall Out Boy and Weezer on the Hella Mega Tour (including a show at Nationals Stadium on August 8) 


Seeing how they haven't performed live in over a year - Green Day decided to play a surprise show at Cain’s Ballroom in Tulsa, Oklahoma


The band treated 1,800 lucky (and vaccinated) fans to an 18 song / career spanning set - including classics like “When I Come Around” and “Longview,” and a new song “Pollyanna”.  


Check out some fan captured video from the show: 


Green Day - Welcome to Paradise, Cains Ballroom Tulsa OK



Green Day - Jesus of Suburbia, Cains Ballroom Tulsa OK 



Listen: Bruce Springsteen's 'Frat Rock / Drink Beer And Go Apeshit' Playlist

Bruce Springsteen recently revealed a playlist of some of his favorite 'Frat Rock' music.  We're not talking about LMFAO or Limp Bizkit though - this is, as the Boss says, music you "you to drink beer and go apeshit listening to this music.” 


So load it up and get your weekend on! 


The Swingin’ Medallions – “Double Shot (Of My Baby’s Love)”
The Trashmen – “Surfin’ Bird”
Question Mark & the Mysterians – “96 Tears”
The Premiers – “Farmer John”
Sam the Sham & The Pharaohs – “Wooly Bully”
Flamin’ Groovies – “Money”
Fleshtones – “Ride Your Pony”
The Dovells – “You Can’t Sit Down”
Cannibal & The Headhunters – “Land of 1000 Dances”
Righteous Brothers – “Little Latin Lupe Lu”
The Romantics – “What I Like About You”
Scooter Lee – “Shama Lama Ding Dong”
The Kingsmen – “Louie Louie”



Thanks BOSS 

The Black Keys Set To Embark On A World Tour - of America

The Black Keys have announced that they will be hitting the road this September for World Tour ... of America.


You see - they will only be playing shows in cities named after other cities around the world.  Dan and Patrick will The Ohio-born band will play shows in three cities - Athens, Georgia, St. Petersburg, Florida and Oxford, Mississippi



Patrick Carney said of these dates:   

“Dan [Auerbach] and I have joked about doing a tour of American cities named after other cities in the world since we were touring together in a van. It feels like now is as good a time as any, and we are excited to play in some places we haven’t played since the early days of the band and for fans that have not had a chance to see us in a while.”

The band hopes to make this a tradition - so maybe we can convince them to come to Cambridge, Maryland on the next leg of the tour

Right On Time: Brandi Carlile's first official music release since 2018 was worth the wait [LISTEN]

Brandi Carlile's last official music release was 2018’s incredible Grammy Award winning album  “By the Way, I Forgive You”  But today - our patience paid off and we are graced with a new song "Right On Time" 



In Brandi's words - 

It’s been nearly four years since we released “The Joke” into the world and it changed our lives forever. It’s taken me a long time to create and believe in another song in the same way I believed in that song - I knew that I would take as long as I needed even if it meant years… and it did. Here it is… a little late but “Right On Time”.

We are totally digging the Joni Mitchell vibes on this track and cannot wait to hear more! 


Fun fact - the video for the song was directed by actress Courtney Cox  

Hear Childish Gambino's Cover of Brittany Howard's 'Stay High' From The Album Jaime Reimagined

In 2019, Brittany Howard released her first solo album Jaime.  On July 23 - the Alabama Shakes leader will release Jaime Reimagined - a compilation of remixed and reworked tracks from her debut  album.  



The album features contributions from Childish Gambino, Bon Iver, Little Dragon, Michael Kiwanuka, Syd, BadBadNotGood, EarthGang, Georgia Anne Muldrow, and more.


Brittany Howard and Childish Gambino, photo by Danny Clinch


Today she’s shared Childish Gambino’s cover of “Stay High.” 




Brittany Howard said of the project: 

“Making Jaime was so much fun for me because I was able to explore so many different genres of music.  There were no rules. This reimagination project has been no different. I have been honored to have so many incredible artists from all musical worlds interpret my songs in such interesting and different ways.”



 Howard is set to hit the road with My Morning Jacket this fall and will be at Merriweather Post Pavilion on September 7

The Killers Reveal Tour Dates and Preview of New Album 'Pressure Machine'

In 2020 - The Killers were on track for a big year - a new album and a tour .. well - 2020 2020'd those plans ... the tour was cancelled and the album's release was delayed and delayed again - Imploding The Mirage, their sixth album, was released in August ... 


The Killers, photo by Danny Clinch


Well - now in 2021 - they're trying a mulligan - revealing that they will release their 7th album - Pressure Machine - on August 13.  



The album is inspired by Brandon Flowers’ hometown of Nephi, Utah: 

 “Had it not been for advancements in the automotive industry, Nephi in the ’90s could have been the 1950s ... I discovered this grief that I hadn’t dealt with - many memories of my time in Nephi are tender. But the ones tied to fear or great sadness were emotionally charged. I’ve got more understanding now than when we started the band, and hopefully I was able to do justice to these stories and these lives in this little town that I grew up in.”




In addition  Flowers noted that the new record is a product of  the band not being able to tour in 2020 -

 “It was the first time in a long time for me that I was faced with silence - and out of that silence this record began to bloom, full of songs that would have otherwise been too quiet and drowned out by the noise of typical Killers records.”



Speaking of touring - The Killers have annouced a 2022 tour - that includes a September 29 date at The Anthem in DC 


The band’s touring guitarist Dave Keuning recently admitted they have also made a “good start” on their eighth album

Phish Announce They Will Stream Every Show From Their 2021 Summer Tour

Phish announced their summer 2021 tour ... but didn't include a DC/MD/VA date ... but have no phear - you won't have to travel further than your living room to catch one - or all - of their 22 dates.  


The band has announced they  will be streaming their entire summer 2021 tour on The series of streams have been titled “I Saw It Again 2021.” 



 “I Saw It Again 2021” can be purchased as a bundle that includes all 22 sets with a t-shirt or as individual shows. 


Phish 2021 Summer Tour Dates

July 28 – Walmart AMP – Rogers, AR

July 30 – Oak Mountain Amphitheatre – Pelham, AL

July 31 – Ameris Bank Amphitheatre – Alpharetta GA

Aug. 1 – Ameris Bank Amphitheatre – Alpharetta GA

Aug. 3 –  Ascend Amphitheater – Nashville, TN

Aug. 4 – Ascend Amphitheater – Nashville, TN

Aug. 6 – Ruoff Music Center – Noblesville, IN

Aug. 7 – Ruoff Music Center – Noblesville, IN

Aug. 8 – Ruoff Music Center – Noblesville, IN

Aug. 10 – Hersheypark Stadium – Hershey, PA

Aug. 11 – Hersheypark Stadium – Hershey, PA

Aug. – 13 Atlantic City Beach – Atlantic City, NJ

Aug. – 14 Atlantic City Beach – Atlantic City, NJ

Aug. – 15 Atlantic City Beach – Atlantic City, NJ

Aug. – 27 Gorge Amphitheatre – George, WA

Aug. – 28 Gorge Amphitheatre – George, WA

Aug. – 29 Gorge Amphitheatre – George, WA

Aug. 31 – Lake Tahoe Outdoor Arena at Harveys – Stateline, NV

Sept. 1  – Lake Tahoe Outdoor Arena at Harveys – Stateline, NV

Sept. 3 – DICK’S Sporting Goods Park – Commerce City, CO

Sept. 4 – DICK’S Sporting Goods Park – Commerce City, CO

Sept. 5 – DICK’S Sporting Goods Park – Commerce City, CO


Watch The Peanuts Gang Sing 'Learning to Fly' by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers

The Peanuts and Tom Petty have brought a lot of people a lot of joy over the years - and now we have both of them together - in this amazing compilation featuring Charlie Brown and the gang jamming to  “Learning to Fly”  from Tom' s 1991 album  Into the Great Wide Open


Peanuts Gang Singing "Learning To Fly" by: Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers


Love this !!


Preview tracks from I'll Be Your Mirror - A Tribute to The Velvet Underground & Nico that includes Iggy Pop, St. Vincent, Michael Stipe, Kurt Vile & more

A stacked lineup of artists have contributed to I'll Be Your Mirror: A Tribute to The Velvet Underground & Nico (due out this September) 



Artists included on the tribute to the classic 1967 album, include  Courtney Barnett, Iggy Pop & Matt Sweeney, Michael Stipe, Kurt Vile & The Violators, St Vincent & Thomas Bartlett, Sharon Van Etten with Angel Olsen, Andrew Bird & Lucius, The National's Matt Berninger, and more (see full list below)


The first taste of the album comes in the form of Kurt Vile's cover of Run Run Run"

According to Kurt - 

 “I literally covered 'Run Run Run' when I was a kid ... In my late teens with my band at the time. So it was pretty cosmic, let’s say. There is a direct connection to certain indie bands and beyond w/ the Velvets. That’s why the Velvets are a classic. You know it can have doo-wop in there and things like that, but it can also have this jagged noisy thing, and it immediately let me feel like I could do anything. The possibilities are endless. You’re completely free. Unapologetic and effortless."

Kurt Vile - Run Run Run (Radio Edit)



I'll Be Your Mirror: A Tribute to The Velvet Underground & Nico will be out September 24 via Verve (preorder).


I’ll Be Your Mirror: A Tribute to the Velvet Underground & Nico: tracklist
01 Sunday Morning – Michael Stipe
02 I’m Waiting For The Man – Matt Berninger
03 Femme Fatale – Sharon Van Etten (w/ Angel Olsen on backing vocals)
04 Venus In Furs – Andrew Bird & Lucius
05 Run Run Run – Kurt Vile & the Violators
06 All Tomorrow’s Parties – St. Vincent & Thomas Bartlett
07 Heroin– Thurston Moore feat. Bobby Gillespie
08 There She Goes Again – King Princess
09 I’ll Be Your Mirror – Courtney Barnett
10 The Black Angel’s Death Song – Fontaines D.C.
11 European Son – Iggy Pop & Matt Sweeney

Elvis Costello has re-releasing his classic album 'This Year's Model' - in Spanish - listen to "Pump It Up")

In 1978 - Elvis Costello released his (now classic) second album -  This Year's Model.  


In 2021 - he is re-releasing the album - with the original 1978 backing tracks by The Attractions but with new vocals in Spanish with the help of  Elsten Torres, Ximena Muñoz, Luis Mitre, Andie Sandoval, Vega, and more called Spanish Model ( the full album is out out September 10 via UMe - check out the artwork,  tracklist, and hear Pump It Up below.



“This Year’s Model is about desire and how that relates to love, fashion and to the male gaze towards women and control, especially in political control over us all,” Costello says in a statement about Spanish Model. “I don't think there's anything that somebody in another language would not have encountered. Some of the lyrics might be a little obscure because I use peculiar English idioms, but I constantly fall in love with records in other languages in which I don't even know one or two courtesy words. What you respond to is the humanity, the pride, the sorrow, the celebration.”





1. No Action – Nina Diaz
2. (Yo No Quiero Ir A) Chelsea ((I Don't Want To Go To) Chelsea) - Raquel Sofía y Fuego
3. Yo Te Vi (The Beat) – Draco Rosa
4. Pump It Up – Juanes
5. Detonantes (Little Triggers) – La Marisoul
6. Tu Eres Para Mi (You Belong To Me) – Luis Fonsi
7. Hand In Hand – Francisca Valenzuela y Luis Humberto Navejas
8. La Chica de Hoy (This Year's Girl) – Cami
9. Mentira (Lip Service) – Pablo López
10. Viviendo en el Paraiso (Living In Paradise) – Jesse & Joy
11. Lipstick Vogue – Morat
12. La Turba (Night Rally) – Jorge Drexler
13. Llorar (Big Tears) – Sebastián Yatra
14. Radio Radio – Fito Páez
15. Crawling To The U.S.A. - Gian Marco y Nicole Zignago
16. Se Esta Perdiendo La Inocencia (Running Out Of Angels) - Vega

Behind The Song: Details On The Origins Of 'Everlong' By Foo Fighters Revealed By The Song's Subject: Louise Post

In 1996, Dave Grohl was in the perfect phase of life to write Foo Fighters’ sophomore album: The Colour And The Shape.   He was going through a divorce with his first wife and starting a  new relationship Louise Post of Veruca Salt ... one of the creative outputs to come from this time was not only a Foo Fighters masterpiece - but one of the most iconic rock songs of the last 25 years: Everlong (side note - it only took Dave 45 minutes to write the song)




All these years later - someone pointed Post to a YouTube video that isolates the drums and vocals on the song and revealed how she ended up being on the song and that she was song's inspiration. 



Post took to Instagram to say: 

I sang these back-ups over the phone at 2am after being woken up from a deep sleep in Chicago by DG who was tracking the vocals for “Everlong” in LA. He wanted me to sing the doo-doo’s, which were inspired by our song “Shimmer Like a Girl”. While I was at it, I wrote a harmony for the chorus and sang that too. The whispered section of this song was originally the dream I was having when the phone rang. It was a dream about us. He later removed it and replaced with his own whispers, one which was a love letter to me. Maybe I’ll tell the full story…eventually…if I feel like it. But I just came across this post and thought I would share for anyone who is interested. XoL


Grohl and Post's relationship ended badly - after Grohl supposedly cheated on her  with Winona Ryder — but seems like she is OK with the breakup and OK with being the subject of such a great song




The Black Keys' Dan Auerbach Will Make His Directorial Debut With New Dr. John Documentary

In 2012 - Dan Auerbach of The Black Keys was the producer behind the beloved New Orleans artist Dr. John album Locked Down.


Dan Auerbach and Dr. John, photo by Alyssa Gafkjen

Cameras were rolling during the recording session - and now Auerbach will make his directorial debut with a documentary based on the late Dr John, who passed in 2019.  


In a press release, Auerbach spoke of the late great  Dr. John

“(he) was such a unique individual and a shining example of the great melting pot of American music. From his mysterious voodoo stage persona Dr. John, to his real, humble self Mac Rebannack—the street poet, the family man, the junkie, the Grammy award winner and all that’s in between—this documentary will introduce the world to him in a way they haven’t seen him before. I’m still learning bits about him that I never knew, and I hope the movie provides a lens into the story of the life of Dr. John.”

The film is being made in conjuntion with made with RadicalMedia and Impact Artist Productions.




Hear Thom Yorke's Very 2021 Remix of the Radiohead Classic Creep

Earlier this year - Radiohead fan's ears perked up when a slowed down version of the band's 90's classic Creep was heard during a fashion show for Japanese designer Jun Takahashi.  


Fans video captured the live streamed show - and the remix spread around the internet underground ... until now ... the band has released the nine-minute remix, along with new artwork by Takahashi, called “Creep (Very 2021 Rmx)


Thom Yorke feat. Radiohead - Creep (Very 2021 Rmx)


Marvel's Black Widow Soundtrack Features This Amazing Cover of Nirvana's 'Smells Like Teen Spirit'

Black Widow - the next installment of the Marvel Universe has hit theaters  - and grunge fans get a bit of a treat when a cover of Nirvana’s “Smells Like Teen Spirit” pops up in a major part of the film's story 


The cover - from 2015 - is performed by singer-songwriter Malia J, who told Consequence she was contacted by Marvel in February 2020

 “honestly thought it was a joke and didn’t immediately respond...A different version of this cover has been circulating in the TV/film industry since 2015, and I can only speculate that someone from their camp was a fan and wanted to put it in the movie!”

She was thrilled to have the track in the film ...

“I found out during the pandemic, and the news lifted my spirits up during such a dark time ... I had no idea this song would end up being in a Marvel film, let alone the opening credits. I am such a fan of Scarlett Johansson and Florence Pugh — to be a part of something they are involved with is a dream come true.”


We won't give away any spoilers - just the audio of the amazing cover: 






Watch The Black Crowes  acoustic performance of 'Remedy' from the new documentary Brothers of a Feather

The Black Crowes have partnered with The Coda Collection to release Brothers of a Feather, a film that captures brothers Chris and Rich Robinson reuniting for an intimate, sold-out 2020 show in San Francisco.  The show was the first time the brothers performed together as The Black Crowes since  2015. 


Here is a sneak peak at the film - a stunning acoustic rendition of “Remedy”



You can stream the film, along with Live at Landgraaf 1993, the band’s European debut at the Pinkpop festival and 1996’s Amsterdam Sessions, filmed at a Holland recording studio on Amazon Prime.  



Watch The Black Crowes  acoustic performance of 'Remedy' from the new documentary Brothers of a Feather

The Black Crowes have teamed up with The Coda Collection to premiere Brothers of a Feather, a film that captures brothers Chris and Rich Robinson reuniting for an intimate, sold-out 2020 show in San Francisco - the first time the brothers came together as The Black Crowes since the group’s split in 2015. 


Here is a sneak peak at the film - a stunning acoustic rendition of “Remedy”




You can stream the film, along with Live at Landgraaf 1993, the band’s European debut at the Pinkpop festival and 1996’s Amsterdam Sessions, filmed at a Holland recording studio on Amazon Prime.  



Peace, Love and Rage: Watch the trailer for HBO's new Woodstock '99 documentary

In 1999 - concert promoters set out to commemorate the 30th anniversary of Woodstock - with a music festival celebrating unity and harmony dubbed Woodstock 99. 



What they got was three days of mayhem, OD's, and rioting. 



A new HBO documentary called Woodstock 99: Peace, Love, and Rage, the first in the series, Music Box, set to air starting later this fall and exploring “pivotal moments in the music world,” will “give an unfiltered perspective of the events, shedding light on how a weekend rooted in music and unity descended into chaos.” 




Woodstock 99: Peace, Love, and Rage premieres July 23 on HBO and HBO Max

Hear Nathaniel Rateliff and Molly Tuttle cover of the Stevie Nicks/Tom Petty classic 'Stop Dragging My Heart Around'

Nathaniel Rateliff has teamed up with bluegrass singer Molly Tuttle on a cover of the Stevie Nicks/Tom Petty classic, "Stop Dragging My Heart Around".  The song - which celebrates its 40th anniversary this year -  was the first single from Nicks' debut solo album Bella Donna.  


The cover version - appears on …but i’d rather be with you, too, the addendum EP to Tuttle’s 2020 covers LP, …but i’d rather be with you 


Tuttle said of the collaboration: 

"Nathaniel has been someone whose music helped get me through the struggles of this past year and it was such an honor to sing with him on this song that I love," says Tuttle. "I have always wanted to work up this classic Stevie Nicks/Tom Petty duet with someone and it was a thrill to do it with one of my favorite singers. We recorded our parts remotely but I hope we get to do it in person someday!"


Molly Tuttle feat. Nathaniel Rateliff - Stop Draggin' My Heart Around (Stevie Nicks Cover)

Other collabs on the album include Sheryl Crow’s “Strong Enough” performed with Madison Cunningham and Phantogram’s “You Don’t Get Me High Anymore” performed with Iron & Wine,



Stream My Morning Jacket's Jim James Covering Steve Miller Band From Secretly Canadian's 25th Anniversary Singles Series

Jim James of My Morning Jacket has released his cover version of Steve Miller Band’s “Seasons”. The will be featured on the compilation SC25 Singles - commemorating the record label Secretly Canadian’s 25th Anniversary. 


Jim James revealed in a press release that the song is a distinctly influential song to Secretly Canadian Co-Founder Chris Swanson:

“Chris Swanson and I started out in the music world around the same time and I have always appreciated his friendship and support. It’s been amazing to watch all of the wonderful music Secretly has helped bring into this world…so when he asked me to cover one of his favorite songs from childhood in honor of Secretly’s big 25th I was excited to do so, and even more excited once I got to know and love the song, which I had never heard before…but is now one of my all time faves too.”



The proceeds from all SC25 will benefit  New Hope For Families, who's mission is to aid every homeless family in Bloomington, Ind.



Watch the Foo Fighters' Mini-Documentary Focusing On Last Month's Madison Square Garden Concert

"On June 20, 2021, after 466 days without live music, FOO FIGHTERS reopened Madison Square Garden to a sold-out crowd, marking the first full capacity concert in a New York arena since the start of the pandemic."



The epic 3 hour / 24 song show featured Dave Grohl drumming, the live debut of the Dee Gee's (the band's disco alter ego) and covers - including one with a special appearance by comedian Dave Chapelle on vocals.  


Cameras were rolling that night - and now a mini documentary dubbed "The Day The Music Came Back", featuring a mix of live footage and backstage testimonials from the crew of the iconic venue, which asked all audience members to show proof of vaccination to enter, has been released for those of us who couldn't be there to enjoy and for those who were to relive that magical night! 



Hey Dave ... we're still waiting for you to reschedule your canceled DC show! 

Tenacious D cover The Beatles in the most Tenacious D way ever for new benefit album [LISTEN]

Tenacious D have paid tribute to the greatest band in the world…not themselves…The Beatles!!!


Jack Black and Kyle Gass have released a mashup/medley of Beatles songs, "You Never Give Me Your Money" and "The End" (both from Side 2 of Abbey Road).  The songs will appear on a benefit 7" record that will benefit Doctors Without Borders.



Of course - you know these two wouldn't just release a straight cover - listen below to the slightly altered lyrics and a Jack Black sung drum solo 




You can pre-order the new 7" single which supports Doctors Without Borders here.

Hear 4 previously unreleased Tom Petty songs from new archival album 'Angel Dream'

The late Tom Petty's family have released  Angel Dream (Songs and Music from the Motion Picture “She’s The One”). 



The archival project is a remixed, remastered, and reimagined version of 1996's Songs and Music from the Motion Picture “She’s The One," and  features four previously unreleased songs from the Wildflowers era: “One Of Life’s Little Mysteries,” “Thirteen Days,” “105 Degrees,” and “French Disconnection” - which you can stream below 


Longtime Petty band mate Mike Campbell is a big fan of the release, saying:


There’s some cool stuff on this record that has never come out before. I especially love the JJ Cale song ‘13 Days.’ We had a lot of fun playing that song live and it’s great to have a recording of it from the studio. ‘Supernatural Radio’ is extended with some great jamming interplay within the band, which I’m very proud of. The Heartbreakers could be really amazing and spontaneous. I hope you enjoy these little gems as much as I do.


Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers - One of Life's Little Mysteries (Official Audio)


Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers - Thirteen Days (Official Audio)


Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers - 105 Degrees (Official Lyric Video)


Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers - French Disconnection (Official Audio)



The Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers album 'Angel Dream (Songs and Music from the Motion Picture "She's the One")' is available now here:

Dave Grohl calls himself the 'most basic f---ing drummer' who ripped off The Gap Band in new interview [WATCH]

It appears that the Bee Gees aren't the only disco band Dave Grohl loves ... 



In a new interview for the Paramount+ show From Cradle To Stage, the Foo Fighters / Dee Gees frontman talks about the disco beats that inspired his drumming when he was in Nirvana. 


“I’m the most basic fucking drummer .. If you listen to Nevermind … the Nirvana record … I pulled so much stuff from the Gap Band and Cameo and [Chic]’s Tony Thompson on every one of those songs. All that … that’s old disco!” The show helpfully plays a bit of “Smells Like Teen Spirit” followed by a bit of the Gap Band’s 1982 hit “You Dropped A Bomb On Me."


Grohl continued


"Nobody makes the connection.  I told Tony Thompson that. He came to my house for a barbecue with somebody and I was like, ‘Man, I just want to thank you because I owe you so much. I’ve been ripping you off my whole life.’ He goes: ‘I know.'”



Dave also admits in the interview - all he wanted to do as a kid was to be part of a drum line in the school band -- only he couldn't read music so he was never able to