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Authority Zero announces Fall 2021 and Winter 2022 North American Headlining Tour

Authority Zero have just announced dates for their Ollie Ollie Oxen Free North American Tour, which kicks off this Fall. The tour begins on October 29th, 2021, in Yuma, AZ, and runs through February 5th, 2022. The band will be out in support of their 8th studio LP, the recently released “Ollie Ollie Oxen Free”.

The Quireboys to release “A Bit of What You Fancy” 30th Anniversary Edition on July 2nd 2021

It’s the news we’ve all been waiting for - The Quireboys’ “A Bit of What You Fancy” Anniversary Edition is confirmed to land on July 2nd, 2021, initially with the CDs, and then Blue Vinyls 6 weeks after that.

In addition, the lead single, “7 O’Clock”, is set to be released on June 18th, 2021, as a double A-Side, featuring both the brand new studio version and a superb live version recorded at London’s prestigious O2 Forum, Kentish Town. A brand new video will accompany the single too.

Marc Ribler to release new solo album “The Whole World Awaits You” on July 16th 2021

Marc Ribler, singer, songwriter, musician, producer and music director for Stevie Van Zandt, is debuting a video for his latest single “Who Could Ask For Anything More”, a track off his upcoming solo LP “The Whole World Awaits You” out on July 16th, 2021, via Van Zandt’s Wicked Cool Records/The Orchard.

Joe Bonamassa to release new live album “Now Serving: Royal Tea Live From the Ryman” on June 11th 2021

Last year when COVID-19 put the live touring industry on hold, guitar hero Joe Bonamassa did something unprecedented for his fans – he put together a one-night-only show at the iconic Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, TN to be livestreamed for fans everywhere. That night he united people across 44 countries worldwide for a phenomenal live music presentation of his brand-new album “Royal Tea” before it was even released. 

Cold Moon to release debut full-length album “What’s the Rush?” on May 7th 2021

Cold Moon, the Northern California-based quartet of long-time friends including members of The Story So Far and Set Your Goals, have shared their brand new single “Simpleton” today. Complete with groovy guitar licks and a laid-back drum beat, the new single is the perfect soundtrack for the sunny spring days ahead.
 

Joe Bonamassa announces one-night-only livestream event on April 1st 2021

Joe Bonamassa is known for being “always on the road”. This time he is bringing the concert into the homes of fans around the world in an epic pay-per-view performance from the live music capital of the world – Austin, Texas.

On April 1st, 2021, at 9PM ET, he will perform a specially curated set from Austin City Limits Live, alongside Late Night with David Letterman’s Anton Fig on drums and legendary bass player Steve Mackey, as a rare 3-piece Blues Rock power trio!

Ellis Mano Band to release new studio album “Ambedo” on June 25th 2021

Swiss-based four-piece blues rock band the Ellis Manos Band will release their second album “Ambedo” on June 25th, 2021, via Jazzhaus Records. The band describe their trademark well-produced sound as “a sort of rock n’ soul, rooted deep down in the blues”.

The first single “Keep It Simple”, released on Friday 9th April, refers to the one subject on the planet that certainly is not simple at all... love.

Watch the teaser video for “Keep It Simple” below. 

The Quireboys reschedule four June 2021 UK shows to June 2022

The Quireboys have rescheduled four dates on their “A Bit of What You Fancy” 30th Anniversary Tour to June 2022. The new rescheduled dates include Oxford Bullingdon (June 11), Southend Chinnerys (June 12), Bristol Thekla (June 17), and Nottingham Rescue Rooms (June 18). All tickets remain valid. Tickets are on sale here.

Carpool Tunnel to release debut full-length album “Bloom” on February 26th 2021

With a swirling combination of 60s and 70s-era classic rock and blues with the sunny sounds of SoCal-soaked surf rock, Carpool Tunnel have announced their debut full-length album “Bloom”. Due out on February 26th, 2021, via Pure Noise Records, Bloom puts the quartet’s sandbar psychedelic sound on full display creating something that’s both nostalgic and fresh.