FIRST AVENUE WEEKLY PRESS RELEASE
2020 marks the 10th anniversary of The Glitch Mob’s innovative, critically acclaimed debut album Drink the Sea. To celebrate, the electronic trio announces a tour featuring a reimagined live version of the album and brand-new audio-visual experience. The nationwide tour stops at First Avenue on Tuesday, April 21 with support from Ivy Lab.
You won’t ever have to wonder what LP is thinking—she’ll gladly tell you. In fact, the singer-songwriter lays her cards on the table every time she makes a record. No filter, no censorship, and no bullshit. The artist’s latest full-length—aptly titled Heart to Mouth —stands out as her most direct statement yet, launching various hits around the world. LP performs at the Palace Theatre on Tuesday, May 19.
In honor of the 30th anniversary of Ministry’s revolutionary album The Mind Is A Terrible Thing To Taste, band creator Al Jourgensen decided to go old school with their celebration—a nationwide tour. “Who knew we’d still be around to see this day,” says Jourgensen. “But since we are alive and kicking, we figured we’d hop in the way-back machine and recreate the infamous original tour with KMFDM, and add in Front Line Assembly as well. Don’t miss it this time because we’ll be in wheelchairs for sure in another 30 years!” The industrial metal pioneers play First Avenue on Tuesday, July 7.
After stumbling upon a 20-year-old roll of film featuring musicians from their hometown, Cody and Luther Dickinson of North Mississippi Allstars were inspired to return to their roots with 2019's Up and Rolling. "It’s an album that both looks backward and forward, reprising the dusky feel of the music that first inspired the Dickinson brothers to start their band while pushing it into electric boogie and even psychedelic directions its founders might not have imagined American Songwriter. The all-star group performs at the Fine Line on Saturday, January 18 with Southern Avenue.
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