Tool, Puscifer, King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard, Etc. Set For 2022 Bonnaroo Music And Arts Festival

The lineup has been revealed for the 2022 Bonnaroo Music And Arts Festival. The event will take place at the Bonnaroo Farm in Manchester, TN on June 16-19 and it will feature: Tool, Stevie Nicks, Robert Plant & Alison Krauss, King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard, Puscifer, Machine Gun Kelly, All Them Witches, and more.

Robert Plant And Alison Krauss Announce 2022 Tour

Robert Plant and Alison Krauss will be hitting the road together next year. The duo will be touring in support of their new collaborative album “Raise The Roof,” which was released today (November 19).

Tour Dates:

06/01 Canandaigua, NY – CMAC
06/02 Saratoga Springs, NY – Saratoga Performing Arts Center
06/04 Forest Hills, NY – Forest Hills Stadium
06/06 Clarkston, MI – DTE Energy Music Theatre
06/07 Chicago, IL – Jay Pritzker Pavilion
06/09 Indianapolis, IN – TCU Amphitheater at White River State Park
06/11 Columbia, MD – Merriweather Post Pavilion
06/12 Philadelphia, PA – TD Pavilion @ The Mann
06/14 Cary, NC – Koka Booth Amphitheatre
06/16 Atlanta, GA – Cadence Bank Amphitheatre at Chastain Park
06/26 London, UK – BST Hyde Park
07/01 Hamar, NO – Tjuvholmen Arena
07/02 Bergen, NO – Bergenhus Fortress
07/05 Rättvik, SE – Dalhalla
07/14 Lucca, IT – Lucca Summer Festival – Piazza Napoleone
07/16 Stuttgart, DE – JazzOpen Stuttgart 2022
07/18 Sopot, PL – Opera Lesna
07/20 Berlin, DE – Zitadelle

Robert Plant And Alison Krauss Share Cover Of Brenda Burns’ “Somebody Was Watching Over Me”

Robert Plant and Alison Krauss have shared their cover of Brenda Burns’ “Somebody Was Watching Over Me.” This track is from the duo’s new collaborative album “Raise The Roof,” which will be released tomorrow (November 19).

Robert Plant And Alison Krauss Announce Livestream Performance And TV Appearances

Robert Plant (Led Zeppelin) and Alison Krauss will be celebrating the release of their new album “Raise The Roof” with a YouTube livestream at 12 p.m. CST / 1 p.m. EST / 6 p.m. GMT on November 19. On the same day, the duo will also take part in an interview with CBS News senior culture correspondent Anthony Mason before performing on “The Late Show With Stephen Colbert” They will also appear on “CBS Saturday Morning” on November 20. Furthermore, NPR will also be hosting a “Raise The Roof” listening party at 1 p.m. CST / 2 p.m. EST on November 19.

Robert Plant And Alison Krauss Share Cover Of Bert Jansch’s “It Don’t Bother Me”

Robert Plant (Led Zeppelin) and Alison Krauss have shared their cover of Bert Jansch’s “It Don’t Bother Me.” This track is from the duo’s new collaborative album “Raise The Roof,” which will be released on November 19. Plant commented:

“I’ve been a big follower of Bert Jansch’s work since I was a teenager, and of that whole Irish, Scottish, English folk style that has a different lilt and different lyrical perspective. I was very keen to bring some of that into the picture.”

Krauss added:

“One of my favorite parts of this is the songs and songwriters that I had never heard of. Working with Robert, and with T Bone, is always a great education in music history.”

Robert Plant And Alison Krauss Premiere New Song “High And Lonesome”

Robert Plant (Led Zeppelin) and Alison Krauss have premiered a new song titled “High And Lonesome.” This track is from the duo’s new collaborative album “Raise The Roof,” which will be released on November 19.

Robert Plant And Alison Krauss To Release New Album “Raise The Roof” In November

Robert Plant (Led Zeppelin) and Alison Krauss will be releasing a new album titled “Raise The Roof” on November 19. The effort will feature 12 tracks including covers of songs by Merle Haggard, Allen Toussaint, The Everly Brothers, Anne Briggs, Geeshie Wiley, Bert Jansch, and more. The first single, a cover of Lucinda Williams’ “Can’t Let Go,” can be found below:

“Raise The Roof” Track Listing:

01. “Quattro (World Drifts In)”
02. “The Price Of Love”
03. “Go Your Way”
04. “Trouble With My Lover”
05. “Searching For My Love”
06. “Can’t Let Go”
07. “It Don’t Bother Me”
08. “You Led Me To The Wrong”
09. “Last Kind Words Blues”
10. “High And Lonesome”
11. “Going Where The Lonely Go”
12. “Somebody Was Watching Over Me”

Krauss commented:

“We wanted it to move. We brought other people in, other personalities within the band, and coming back together again in the studio brought a new intimacy to the harmonies.”

Plant added:

“You hear something and you go ‘Man, listen to that song, we got to sing that song!’ It’s a vacation, really — the perfect place to go that you least expected to find.”

Robert Plant Shares Previously Unreleased Song “Charlie Patton Highway (Turn It Up – Part 1)”

Robert Plant (Led Zeppelin) has shared a previously unreleased song titled “Charlie Patton Highway (Turn It Up – Part 1).” This track is from his new two-CD set, “Digging Deep: Subterranea,” which is set to be released on October 2. It is also expected to appear on his upcoming album “Band Of Joy Volume 2.” Plant commented:

“I spent time in the hill country of north Mississippi around Como, dropping back to Clarksdale, the incredible center of black music talent over the years. I weaved my car through the Delta back roads, listening to the remarkable protestations of Mississippi AM radio. I was looking at my world and my times from this unfamiliar place and found myself exposed to a nightmare world of half-truths.”

Robert Plant To Release Two-Disc Collection “Digging Deep: Subterranea”

Robert Plant (Led Zeppelin) will be releasing a new two-disc collection titled “Digging Deep: Subterranea” on October 2. The set will feature 30 songs from Plant’s solo career including three that were previously unreleased. Pre-orders can be found HERE.

“Digging Deep: Subterranea” Track Listing:

CD 1:

01. “Rainbow”
02. “Hurting Kind”
03. “Shine It All Around”
04. “Ship Of Fools”
05. “Nothing Takes The Place Of You” *
06. “Darkness, Darkness”
07. “Heaven Knows”
08. “In The Mood”
09. “Charlie Patton Highway (Turn It Up – Part 1)” *
10. “New World”
11. “Like I’ve Never Been Gone”
12. “I Believe”
13. “Dance With You Tonight”
14. “Satan Your Kingdom Must Come Down”
15. “Great Spirit” (acoustic)

CD 2:

01. “Angel Dance”
02. “Takamba”
03. “Anniversary”
04. “Wreckless Love”
05. “White Clean & Neat”
06. “Silver Rider”
07. “Fat Lip”
08. “29 Palms”
09. “Last Time I Saw Her”
10. “Embrace Another Fall”
11. “Too Much Alike” (feat. Patty Griffin) *
12. “Big Log”
13. “Falling In Love Again”
14. “Memory Song (Hello Hello)”
15. “Promised Land”

* previously unreleased

Ozzy Osbourne, Dave Grohl, Robert Plant, Etc. Among 600 Artists Asking Congress To Save Independent Venues

600 artists have signed an open letter to Congress in an effort to help save independent music venues across the U.S. Among those who signed are Ozzy Osbourne, Dave Grohl, Alice Cooper, Trent Reznor, Jack Black, Robert Plant, Josh Homme, Beartooth, Cannibal Corpse, Alter Bridge, GWAR, Halestorm, New Years Day, Power Trip, Sevendust, Whitechapel, Zakk Wylde, and tons more.

The letter said the following:

“Dear Congress:

We, the undersigned artists, respectfully submit this letter in support of NIVA’s request for federal assistance for independent music venues and promoters across the United States.

We will know America is “back” when our music venues are filled with fans enjoying concerts safely. The live music experience is inextricably tied to our nation’s cultural and economic fabric. In fact, 53% of Americans – that’s 172 million of us – attended a concert last year.

We urge you to remember we are the nation that gave the world jazz, country, rock & roll, bluegrass, hip hop, metal, blues, and R&B. Entertainment is America’s largest economic export, with songs written and produced by American artists sung in every place on the globe. All of these genres of music, and the artists behind them, were able to thrive because they had neighborhood independent venues to play in and hone their craft, build an audience, and grow into the entertainers that bring joy to millions.

Independent venues give artists their start, often as the first stage most of us have played on. These venues were the first to close and will be the last to reopen. With zero revenue and the overwhelming overhead of rent, mortgage, utilities, taxes and insurance, 9 0% of independent venues report that if the shutdown lasts six months and there’s no federal assistance, they will never reopen again.

We are asking you to support NIVA’s request for assistance so these beloved venues can reopen when it’s safe and welcome us and our fans back in. The collapse of this crucial element in the music industry’s ecosystem would be devastating.

Independent venues are asking for an investment to secure their future, not a handout. One Chicago report found that every dollar small venues generate in ticket sales results in $12 of economic activity. If these independent venues close forever, cities and towns across America will not only lose their cultural and entertainment hearts, but they will lose the engine that would otherwise be a driver of economic renewal for all the businesses that surround them.

With respect and solidarity, we, as artists and as community members ourselves, urge you to pass federal legislation that will help #SaveOurStages.”