Haim have announced a lengthy 2018 tour in continued support of last year’s Something To Tell You, which surrounds their appearance at Coachella. Several dates are with Lizzo, including the show at NYC’s Radio City Music Hall on May 4. Tickets for that show go on sale Friday, January 26 at noon. Haim will also be at Radio City this month for the Grammy week MusiCares 2018 Person of the Year gala on January 26 that also includes Fleetwood Mac, Lorde, John Legend, Harry Styles, and more (tickets).
The second wave of artists have been announced for Savannah Stopover 2018, including Colter Wall, Becca Mancari, The Cave Singers, Kemba, Nikki Lane, Yonatan Gat, Zeshan B, Caroline Rose, French Vanilla, The Pauses, and more. They join such previous names as of Montreal, Michael Nau (of Page France and Cotton Jones), Shopping, Ratboys, Bat Fangs (members of Ex Hex and Flesh Wounds), and more. Full list of additions and updated lineup below.
Dr. Dog drummer (and Lithuania member) Eric Slick released his solo album Palisades, and toured with (and covered) Sinkane last year, and he’s staying active this year too. He wrote a new break up song, “Hesitation,” for Amazon’s “Love Me Not” Valentine’s Day playlist that will be out on February 9. Eric tells us, “This song is my first foray into writing about a break up. It’s a topic I wanted to avoid for a long time. What a cliché thing to write about! Sometimes you have to write what you feel.
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Selecting a term
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