XPN MusicNotes: Watch Conor Oberst perform “Too Late to Fixate”, find out about King Crimson’s David Bowie tribute

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Conor Oberst on James Corden | still from video

Conor Oberst is busy touring & promoting two albums that he’s released over the past half year: Ruminations and Salutations. Last night he sang his new song “Too Late to Fixate” on the Late, Late Show with James Corden. Watch the performance below.

Conor Oberst will be just one of the over 30 performers at the 2017 XPoNential Music Festival on July 28th, 29th and 30th on the waterfront in Camden, NJ. Conor Oberst will perform at the BB&T Pavilion on Friday, July 28th along with Wilco and Hop AlongMore info and tickets can be found at XPNFest.org.

Some big news for fans of King Crimson!  Robert Fripp’s group has announced they will be expanding their 2017 tour, and releasing an EP that was recorded last year.  The Radical Action Tour, which is King Crimson’s first North American tour in three years, will include two stops at the Count Basie Theatre in Red Bank, NJ on July 9th and 10th.

Coinciding with with the tour, King Crimson will release an EP on June 2nd featuring their version of David Bowie’s “Heroes” recorded during a concert in Berlin in 2016.  Robert Fripp played guitar on the original recording of David Bowie’s “Heroes.”  Last year’s concert in Germany happened 39 years and one month after the original recording sessions at a studio overlooking the Berlin Wall.

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