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Alabama’s Orion Amphitheater Celebrates Grand Opening With Brittany Howard, Drive-By Truckers

Click here to read the full article. As he gazed upon the thousands gathered for the grand opening of the Orion Amphitheater in Huntsville, Alabama, last Friday, singer-songwriter John Paul White articulated the moment with his song “The Good Old Days.” “There’s something going down in this simple place I grew up in,” sang White, who was born not far down Highway 72 in Muscle Shoals and currently residing in Florence. “Boots are on the ground, singing happy days are here again.” Titled “The First Waltz,” the weekend gathering at Orion presented an array of artists with connections to Alabama — folks...
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Watch: Brittany Howard and Tia P. Go ‘Running With the Angels’ for New Angel City Football Club Anthem

Click here to read the full article. If you purchase an independently reviewed product or service through a link on our website, Rolling Stone may receive an affiliate commission. On the last Friday night of April, a little after the sunset turned the City of Angels golden, a historic season was just getting started in downtown Los Angeles. Surrounded by the L.A. Marching Band, five-time Grammy winner Brittany Howard and rapper/singer/producer Tia P. stepped onto the pitch to perform “Running With the Angels,” the official anthem of the Angel City Football Club who would take the pitch themselves shortly after for their...

Brittany Howard And Tia P Take Us Inside Creating Angel City FC’s New Team Anthem

LOS ANGELES – It took just 2:17 for Angel City FC’s first-ever home match at Banc of California Stadium to turn into an all-out party. Vanessa Gilles was on the other end of a cross from Jun Endo and buried a header, prompting a bevy of pink smoke from the supporters section. The sold-out crowd of 22,000 came for a show and got one, with ACFC ultimately winning 2-1 over NC Courage.

Ohana Festival makes it 2022 splash with Eddie Vedder, Stevie Nicks, P!NK, Jack White, Brittany Howard, Khruangbin and more

Ohana Festival makes its return to Doheny State Beach featuring headliners: Eddie Vedder, Stevie Nicks, and P!NK, along with standout acts Jack White, Khruangbin, St. Vincent, Brittany Howard, Bomba Estéreo, Billy Strings, Cautious Clay, Grouplove, Dope Lemon, Y La Bamba, Briston Maroney, Habibi, Beach Goons and more bands! See the above official Ohana Fest lineup poster for the full list of perfromers. Ohana Fest will take place September 30 – October 2, 2022 at Doheny State Beach in Dana Point, CA.

Marshall Fire Benefit Concert Livestream Special Features Trey Anastasio, Brittany Howard, Dave Matthews & More

Dozens of Colorado-based musicians and national touring acts contributed performances to the “Marshall Fire Benefit Concert,” a pre-recorded livestream special that premiered via Veeps on Monday. Trey Anastasio, Brittany Howard, Dave Matthews, The Lumineers and Nathaniel Rateliff were just a few of those featured in the fundraiser for victims of the devastating Marshall Fire that tore through Colorado on December 30, 2021.

Virtual Concert With Big Names — Dave Matthews, Nathaniel Rateliff, Brittany Howard, Steve Miller & More — Being Held To Benefit Victims Of Marshall Fire

(CBS4) – AEG Presents is organizing a virtual concert to benefit the victims of the Marshall Fire in Boulder County. “Buy a ticket to support those who are impacted by the devastating wildfires in Colorado,” organizers stated. Nathaniel Rateliff, concert promoter Chuck Morris and Gov. Jared Polis on Tuesday (credit: CBS) “The pre-recorded concert will feature more than 15 Colorado-based artists and popular national musical acts performing.” Performers include Brittany Howard, Dave Matthews, Nathaniel Rateliff, Steve Miller, Big Head Todd and the Monsters, The String Cheese Incident, Leftover Salmon, and more — with additional artists to be announced soon. The pre-recorded concert will air Monday, Feb. 28 at 7 p.m. MST. Tickets go on sale on Wednesday, Feb. 9. For more information and to buy tickets, click here.

Watch Brittany Howard and Herbie Hancock Cover Joni Mitchell at the 2021 Kennedy Center Honors

The 44th Kennedy Center Honors took place earlier this month and aired last night on CBS. Among the honorees was Joni Mitchell, and several artists paid tribute to her during the show. At the Washington, D.C. event, Brittany Howard and Herbie Hancock covered “Both Sides Now,” Ellie Goulding sang “Big Yellow Taxi,” and Norah Jones played “Help Me.” Find clips of Howard and Hancock and Goulding’s performances below. Plus, see President Biden’s remarks about Mitchell from the White House reception.

Watch Norah Jones, Ellie Goulding, & Brittany Howard With Herbie Hancock Cover Joni Mitchell On Kennedy Center Honors

Earlier this month, Joni Mitchell received the Kennedy Center Honors at the Center’s main opera house in Washington, DC. She was honored alongside Bette Midler, Lorne Michaels, Berry Gordy, and Justino Diaz. President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden were there, too, marking the first time a sitting president has attended the ceremony since 2016.