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. Continue reading →
Another day, another new song from Passion Pit. The group has now put out 7 new songs this week with the release of “The Undertow,” which will be featured on their next album, Tremendous Sea of Love. Take a listen below. Continue reading →
1902 – The Gibson Mandolin guitar company is formed. The first successfully commercial electric guitar, the ES-150, is produced in 1936, and in 1946 Gibson introduces the P-90 single coil pickup, which is eventually used on the first Les Paul model made in 1952.
King Crimson, a giant in the field of prog rock, is set to return to the Kimmel Center to play a two night concert September 12th and 13th. Though the band initially formed in 1969, it has gone through several new members and now features Gavin Harrison (drums), Bill Rieflin (drums), Pat Mastelotto (drums), Tony Levin (bass and vocals), Mel Collins (Sax, flute), Jakko Jakszyk (guitar, vocals) and Robert Fripp (guitar).
This will be the band’s first tour since 2008. In recent years, the band has reissued classic albums Starless and Bible Black as well as Discipline as a part of their 40th anniversary series. Their thirteenth studio album, The Power to Believe was released in 2003. In his DGM Diary, Robert Fripp says, “This is a very different reformation to what has gone before: seven players, four English and three American, with three drummers.”
No doubt, this latest rendition of the band will continue the great work of King Crimson. Watch the moving video for their 1969 classic “Epitaph” below. Tickets go on sale this Friday at 10 am. Get more details here.