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Olivia Rodrigo and Noah Kahan Cover Each Other’s Songs for Special Record Store Day Release

Thania Garcia Olivia Rodrigo and Noah Kahan are set to release a special edition split single featuring Rodrigo’s cover of Kahan’s “Stick Season,” and Kahan’s cover of Rodrigo’s “Lacy.” Both covers were recorded during the artists’ respective appearances on BBC Radio 1’s Live Lounge late last year. The seven-inch colored vinyl will be available at participating independent record stores as part of Record Store Day on April 20.

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BottleRock announces 2024 lineup: Pearl Jam, Stevie Nicks, Ed Sheeran, more
Napa, CA’s BottleRock Festival at the Napa Valley Expo for three huge days of music, food, wine and brews.Just a few of the headliners set to take the stage this year include grunge legends Pearl Jam, Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Stevie Nicks, chart topper Ed Sheeran, Hip-Hop icon Megan Thee Stallion and rock stalwarts Queens of the Stone Age.They’ll be joined by St. Vincent, Norah Jones, Kali Uchis, The Kid LaRoi and Dominic Fike.Plus, industry vets like Nelly, T-Pain, The Offspring, My Morning Jacket and Tower of Power will be there, too.You won’t want to forget Action Bronson, either.In total, over 75 (!) acts are scheduled to perform at the three-day extravaganza.And if you want to go, you can grab tickets for BottleRock as soon as todayAt the time of publication, three-day general admission passes start at $409 before fees on Vivid Seats.Single-day passes can be found for $277 before fees.Looking for just a few more details before smashing that buy button?You’re in the right place.We’ve got everything you’re looking for and more about the 2024 BottleRock Festival below.All the prices listed above are subject to fluctuation.A complete breakdown of single and multi-day passes can be found here:(Note: The New York Post confirmed all above prices at the publication time. All prices are in US dollars, subject to fluctuation and include additional fees at checkout.)Vivid Seats is a verified secondary market ticketing platform, and prices may be higher or lower than face value, depending on demand.
Here’s every song in ‘Sex Education’ season four
Sex Education officially comes to an end with its fourth season.Created by Laurie Nunn, the Netflix show’s final season picks up as Otis (Asa Butterfield) and Eric (Ncuti Gatwa) face setting up a new sex clinic at Cavendish Sixth Form College.Otis, meanwhile, is also struggling with the distance between him and Maeve (Emma Mackey), who is studying at the prestigious Wallace University in the US.New cast additions for the final season include Schitt’s Creek star Dan Levy, Thaddea Graham, Lisa McGrillis, Marie Reuther, Jodie Turner Smith and Eshaan Akbar.Like with past seasons, Ezra Furman is a key contributor to the soundtrack, including three new tracks titled ‘You Like Me’, ‘Tether’ and ‘Honeycomb’.The rest of the soundtrack includes various other artists, ranging from The Cure, Nina Simone, Confidence Man and Pearl Jam.You can check out an episode-by-episode breakdown below.Episode one‘Take Care Of Business’ – Nina Simone‘Close To Me’ – The Cure‘Vicious’ – Fat Girls‘Boyfriend (Repeat)’ – Confidence Man‘Lilac and Black’ – Ezra Furman‘Any Way The Wind Blows’ – The Cold Stares‘Rain Or Shine’ – Five Star‘Forever In Sunset’ – Ezra FurmanEpisode two‘What So Never The Dance’ – Bootsy Collins‘China In Your Hand’ – T’Pau‘Work That Body’ – Diana Ross‘I’m Coming Home’ – The Staple Singers‘Do The Evolution’ – Pearl Jam‘Hold On I’m Comin’ – The Voltage‘I Believe In Miracles’ – Jackson Sisters‘I Wanna Be Your Dog’ – The StoogesEpisode three‘She Used To Wanna Be A Ballerina’ – Buffy Sainte-Marie‘Way I Walk’ – The Cramps‘Dance Across The Floor’ – Jimmy ‘Bo’ Horne‘Feels Like I’m In Love’ – Kelly Marie‘Respectable’ – Mel & Kim‘New Radio’ – Bikini Kill‘Love Vibration’ – ESSEL‘Cleo’ – Shygirl‘Strut’ – Elohim & Big Freedia‘BANG’ – COBRAH‘O
Pearl Jam’s Jeff Ament says band’s new album “doesn’t feel like a record yet”
Pearl Jam‘s Jeff Ament has given an update on the band’s new album, saying it “doesn’t feel like a record yet”.Guitarist Stone Gossard confirmed in an interview last March that work had begun on the follow-up to 2020’s ‘Gigaton’ and that Andrew Watt, who has previously worked with Justin Bieber, is behind the production desk this time around.While Gossard said they were going to try and finish the record “pretty soon,” Ament has revealed in a new interview that there’s still a way to go on the new LP.“The hardest part of [finishing] a record a lot of times is figuring out which songs go on the record and do we need to record another song and what’s the artwork and what’s the title and all that stuff,” he said, revealing that the band are taking the summer off.“Come September, we’re still gonna pick up those questions we have about where we’re at and we’re gonna ask those questions again,” he added.“I think everybody hopes that we have a record out next year. If we have a record out next year, that means we’ll probably play a few more shows, and I think there’s a couple places we haven’t played in quite a while, so I think we have stuff penciled in.”Of the band’s legacy and what it affords them when making new music, Ament added: “We’ve earned the right to sort of [do whatever we want], and that’s tough because there are five of us pulling the cart.“Sometimes you end up pulling the cart in opposite directions.
Record Store Day’s Most Wanted: Taylor Swift’s ‘Long Pond Sessions’ Rules the Day, but Here Are 25 More Exclusives Worth the Hunt
Chris Willman Senior Music Writer and Chief Music Critic The checkout lines for Record Store Day might move more swiftly than usual this year, due to the likely numbers of customers who will be buying one exclusive album and one exclusive alone — Taylor Swift’s “Folklore: The Long Pond Sessions,” the most massively coveted item RSD has seen or ever might see. And listen, we’ll be picking it up, too… if supplies last. (The title has been pressed in quantities of 75,000 for the U.S. and 115,000 for the world — about four times as many as any previous RSD title. Will those be enough to last on shelves for even a day? We’ll find out.) But slow down, Swifties. There are 300 other new releases where that one came from, and this is a chance to indulge some other retail-therapy whims or make some new discoveries. Yes, there are hundreds of middle-aged guys outside in line behind you who weren’t motivated to get up quite so early, and why should they be the only ones who get to enjoy newly minted LPs from the Cure, Arooj Aftab, Nas, Orville Peck, Charlie Parker or the Pixies on a Saturday night? There’s more to life than hoarding Taylor Swift, and it is hoarding absolutely everything that has a “limited edition” sticker slapped on it, with no prejudice as to the genre, level of obscurity or how long the artist has been dead.
'Daisy Jones & The Six' Cast Reveals Bob Dylan Visited Their Recording Studio (Exclusive)
may tell the story of a fictional band, but they're rubbing shoulders with some very real musical influences. The cast of Amazon's upcoming adaptation of the ultra-popular novel told ET's Nischelle Turner that Bob Dylan paid a visit to their recording studio. «It was insane,» Suki Waterhouse, who plays band member Karen, said of the experience. «He had a tour bus outside of Sound City.»Sound City is the iconic Los Angeles recording studio where the cast recorded the album on which the book focuses. Blake Mills, producer of the show's soundtrack, has also previously worked with Dylan. Author Taylor Jenkins Reid wrote many of 's lyrics for the book, but the show will now bring the fictional music to life. Camila Morrone, who plays Camila, wife of band leader Billy, added that the cast tried to stay focused on their own work despite being utterly starstruck. «When Bob Dylan's making music you just let him do his thing,» she said with a chuckle.«We tried to stay out of his way,» Waterhouse agreed.Though the Bob Dylan sighting may have been more a moment in passing, the cast certainly had their fair share of epic artistic run-ins while in production. Mills recruited a group of music legends to adapt Reid's and the finished project boasts co-writing credits from Marcus Mumford, Phoebe Bridgers and Jackson Browne.Tony Berg, a frequent collaborator of Bridgers, also provided additional support and the album features instrumental work from David Bowie, Elton John, Pearl Jam, Jeff Beck, Rilo Kiley, The Who, Nine Inch Nails and The Wallflowers. Riley Keough, granddaughter of Elvis Presley, plays Daisy Jones.