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Lukas Nelson and Co. bring the real

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Lukas Nelson and Co. bring the real

Lukas Nelson | photo by Myriam Santos | courtesy of the artist

Two years ago, Lukas Nelson, his brother Micah Nelson, and the membership of the ragged Promise of the Real were just coming into its own as backing band-collaborators of Neil Young for his Monsanto Years album and tour. The Nelson Brothers and their surfer buddies in Promise had recorded rough, jammy, Cali-countrified albums such as 2010’s Promise of the Real, and 2012’s Wasted, by that time (Micah is a solo artist under names such as The Particle Kid and Insects VS Robots), yet, between this ...

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Neil Young announces new album ‘The Visitor,’ shares “Already Great”

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Earlier this year, Neil Young finally released his “lost” 1976 album Hitchhiker (which is very worth hearing, if you haven’t already), and now he announced a new album…

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ACL Fest Weekend 2 Friday pics: Jay-Z, Ryan Adams, EODM, Lemon Twigs & more

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Weekend 2 of the 2017 Austin City Limits Festival kicked off Friday (10/13) and featured most of the same artists as weekend 1, including Jay-Z, The xx, Ryan Adams, Solange (who went on 40 minutes late due to travel issues)…

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ACL Fest Weekend 1 Friday pics: Jay-Z, The xx, Ryan Adams & more

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Weekend 1 of the 2017 Austin City Limits Festival kicked off Friday (10/6) with sets from Jay-Z, The xx, Ryan Adams…

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Austin City Limits fest announces livestream schedule

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Weekend 1 of thet 2017 Austin City Limits Festival happens October 6 – 8 and you can watch ACL performances of Gorillaz, Ryan Adams, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Run the Jewels, Spoon, Angel Olsen, A$AP Ferg, and more.

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Willie Nelson played 2 NYC-area shows w/ Margo Price & Sheryl Crow (who added dates)

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Willie Nelson brought his Outlaw Music Festival Tour to the NYC metro area for two shows, first at Holmdel, NJ’s PNC Bank Arts Center on Friday (9/8), and then Jones Beach Theater on Saturday (9/9).

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What’s going on Wednesday?

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

Tonight’s NYC shows include a BV-presented Jawbreaker screening and Q&A with Blake, The National, QOTSA, Roky Erickson, Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real, Laetitia Sadier, Shabazz Palaces, 2 Chainz, Filthy Friends, and more.

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Neil Young’s Bridge School benefit is no more, but Farm Aid 2017 announced

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

“Although I will continue in fund raising efforts, for personal reasons beginning this year I will no longer be hosting The Bridge School Concert,” Neil said.

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Summerfest 2017 lineup (Future, Bob Dylan, Shins, DFA1979, Tegan & Sara, more)

Source: Brooklyn Vegan

The Milwaukee festival also includes Red Hot Chili Peppers, Willie Nelson, P!nk, Michelle Branch, The Moody Blues, Car Seat Headrest, Third Eye Blind, Big Thief, and so much more.

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Bonnaroo 2017 lineup (U2, RHCP, The xx, The Weeknd, Chance the Rapper, more)

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The lineup also includes Future Islands, Tegan & Sara, Car Seat Headrest, Michael Kiwanuka, Margo Price, The Front Bottoms, Kevin Morby, Noname, and more.

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Texas Art-Rock Jamband and Neil Young Collaborators Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real in Williamsburg Tonight

Source: New York Music Daily

If the idea of blowing off work or school today to wait for hours in the suddenly scorching sun for this evening’s free MOMA Summergarden event – where the new Neil Young album is being premiered over the PA at 6 out behind the museum – doesn’t appeal to you, there’s a relatively inexpensive alternative tonight at Brooklyn Bowl where Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real, who back Young on the record, are playing their own stuff at around 9. Cover is a reasonable $15. That a band that packs stadiums coast to coast hasn’t sold out this ...

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