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The Nest to release debut album “Ad Astra” on March 20th 2020

The Nest has released “River Mnemosyne”, the third single from their upcoming album,“Ad Astra”, on all digital platforms. This song is about a couple who worry that the man has the Alzheimer’s that runs in the family.

The band wants to use their music to make a difference, so the release coincides with the launching of a fundraiser for Alzheimer’s Disease International. Vocals were recorded, and songs were mixed, by Mikko Herranen of Noise Floor studios in Helsinki.
 

Christopher Cross announces April 2020 US Tour

Christopher Cross made history with his 1980 self-titled debut album, winning five Grammy Awards, including - for the first time in Grammy history - the “Big Four” most prestigious awards: Record of the Year (for the single “Sailing”), Album of the Year, Song of the Year (also “Sailing”), and Best New Artist.

In a career spanning over five decades, Cross has sold over 10 million albums. His music has garnered five Grammys, an Oscar, a Golden Globe and five Top 10 singles.

Don Dokken - Solitary

Having heard about DD’s misfortune of losing control of his upper limbs after a spinal surgery not going according to plan, I was surprised to hear my CIE telling me – “hey get this, a new Dokken solo album”… I thought this might be an actual proper pressing of “Solitary”, the second album Don self-released in the middle 00’s. It’s a largely acoustic affair, which has Don collaborating with an impressive array of musicians.

Michael Palace

Hi Michael and welcome to Grande Rock. First of all, do tell us what are your personal music news, regarding your band (Palace) and the other music projects you’re dealing with? What shall we wait in 2020?
 

The Waterboys live in Athens 2019

The rainy and miserable weather on the first night made me jokingly think the band should have opened with “It’s Gonna Rain”, but with torrents already pouring down, it might have been a bit of a self-fulfilled prophecy anyway… I ended up driving to the venue early – just to be on the safe side – where I made the acquaintance of some lovely people at the front bar-ier.
 

Hellsingland Underground release music video for “The Blessing & The Curse”

Having become fed up of themselves, Hellsingland Underground began looking in new directions for inspiration. The result: They bought an old tire workshop. They call the place Hellsingland Rubberland, where they now make life sour for the few customers they have. Welcome to the workshop from hell...
 
Take a tour to Ljusdal and visit Hellsingland Rubberland in the music video for “The Blessing & The Curse”, below.