A have a look at what’s occurring the world of music as artists announce their touring plans and live performance venues plan their reopenings after being shuttered by the pandemic.
BILLIE’S POST-ALBUM CONCERT
The Billie Eilish live performance movie “Happier than Ever: A Love Letter to Los Angeles” will premiere on the Apple TV+ streaming service on Sept. 3.
The movie will spotlight the July 30 launch of “Happier Than Ever,” Eilish’s follow-up album to her smash “When We All Fall Asleep, The place Do We Go?”
Directed by Robert Rodriguez and Oscar-winner Patrick Osborne, the movie can even embody animated components, “taking viewers on a dreamlike journey by way of Billie’s hometown of Los Angeles and its most iconic backdrops,” in accordance with the announcement.
It is going to additionally characteristic her Grammy successful producer-brother Finneas, the Los Angeles Kids’s Refrain and Brazilian guitarist Romero Lubambo, with orchestra preparations by David Campbell.
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HIGH KICKS BACK
“The Christmas Spectacular” — starring the Rockettes precision-dance workforce — skipped 2020 however not 2021.
Madison Sq. Backyard Leisure Corp. mentioned Thursday the annual vacation present might be again this vacation season with performances at Radio Metropolis Music Corridor from Nov. 5, 2021 to Jan. 2, 2022.
“The Christmas Spectacular” has been seen by greater than 69 million folks because it debuted in 1933. Final yr’s absence because of the pandemic marked the primary time in 87 years the manufacturing was canceled.
Tickets for the 2021 present are on sale now at rockettes.com/christmas. Tickets begin at $49.
BLAKE’S BROKEN HEART
James Blake has introduced his first new full-length album in three years and a tour this fall.
Blake says “Pals That Break Your Coronary heart” is due Sept. 10 and the album’s first single is “Say What You Will.”
Of the one, James notes: “The tune is about discovering peace with who you might be and the place you’re at no matter how nicely different folks appear to be doing. Comparability actually is the thief of pleasure.”
His 15-show tour will kick off Sept. 16 in San Diego at The Observatory North Park, making stops at The Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles, New York’s Radio Metropolis Music Corridor and extra earlier than wrapping up in Atlanta’s Tabernacle on Oct. 15. Tickets go on-sale to most people beginning July 30 at JamesBlakeMusic.com.
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