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Hank Williams Jr. 2023 National Tour




Hank Williams Jr. Photo: Courtesy of Live Nation

Hank Williams Jr. will embark on his 2023 tour featuring Old Crow Medicine Show, starting Friday, May 12 at the Tuscaloosa Amphitheater in Tuscaloosa, Alabama.

Produced by Live Nation, the journey will also include stops in Tampa, Cincinnati, Irvine and more before wrapping up in Gilford at the Bank Of New Hampshire Pavilion on Saturday, Aug. 26.

As a touring artist, Williams Jr. has been a pioneer in bringing arena rock production values to country music. This past year, he continued to fuse country and rock with his most recent record Rich White Honky Blues, collaborating with Grammy-winning producer Dan Auerbach.

Tickets for the trek will go on sale Jan. 13 at 10 a.m. local time at

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Peter Gabriel new single Panopticom announced – 2023




Peter Gabriel has unveiled the first song from his forthcoming album i/o.

Written and produced by Peter Gabriel, Panopticom was recorded at Real World Studios in Wiltshire and The Beehive in London.   

“The first song is based on an idea I have been working on to initiate the creation of an infinitely expandable accessible data globe: The Panopticom,” says the singer. “We are beginning to connect a like-minded group of people who might be able to bring this to life, to allow the world to see itself better and understand more of what’s really going on.”

Gabriel decided to release the song today (6 January) as it’s the first full moon of the year. The lunar phases will guide the release plan of i/o in 2023, with a new song revealed each full moon.  

Some of what I’m writing about this time is the idea that we seem incredibly capable of destroying the planet that gave us birth and that unless we find ways to reconnect ourselves to nature and to the natural world we are going to lose a lot,” he says. “A simple way of thinking about where we fit in to all of this is looking up at the sky… and the moon has always drawn me to it.’”

Each new release of music will come with a specific piece of art: “We’ve been looking at the work of many hundreds of artists,” says Gabriel, and Panopticom features the work ‘Red Gravity’ by David Spriggs.  

It was the theme of surveillance that connected me with the work of David Spriggs because he’d done a piece relating to that,” says Gabriel. “David does this amazing stuff using many layers of transparencies so you get these strange creations with a real intensity to them. Part of what he does is imagine what art might look like a few years in the future and then try and create accordingly and I think he’s done that very successfully in this particular piece.”

As well as new music, Peter Gabriel will embark on a tour later this year.

Dates in the UK and Europe are already on sale, with shows on North America to be announced soon.

Tickets are available from and

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i/o The Tour – Europe 2023 

Thursday 18 May      Krakow, Poland                   TAURON Arena 

Saturday 20 May       Verona, Italy                         Verona Arena 

Sunday 21 May          Milan, Italy                          Mediolanum Arena 

Tuesday 23 May        Paris, France                         AccorHotels Arena 

Wednesday 24 May Lille, France                         Stade Pierre-Mauroy 

Friday 26 May            Berlin, Germany                  Waldbuehne 

Sunday 28 May          Munich, Germany                 Koenigsplatz 

Tuesday 30 May        Copenhagen, Denmark                   Royal Arena 

Wednesday 31 May Stockholm, Sweden            Avicii Arena 

Friday 2 June             Bergen, Norway                    Koengen 

Monday 5 June         Amsterdam, Netherlands               Ziggo Dome 

Tuesday 6 June         Antwerp, Belgium               Sportpaleis 

Thursday 8 June      Zurich, Switzerland             Hallenstadion 

Saturday 10 June      Cologne, Germany              Lanxess Arena 

Monday 12 June       Hamburg, Germany              Barclays Arena 

Tuesday 13 June       Frankfurt, Germany              Festhalle 

Thursday 15 June    Bordeaux, France                Arkea Arena 

Saturday 17 June      Birmingham, UK                  Utilita Arena 

Monday 19 June       London, UK                            The O2 

Thursday 22 June     Glasgow, UK                          OVO Hydro 

Friday 23 June           Manchester, UK                    AO Arena 

Sunday 25 June         Dublin, Ireland                                3Arena 



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George Klein’s Memphis Sounds interview with the great Teenie Hodges a “Spot on Guitarist” & Songwriter




Teenie Hodges responsible for many R&B Hits such as Al Green’s “Take me to the River” and many more.. Teenie Hodges along with many artists, such as Elvis, preferred head sessions. He was introduced and taught the studio approach called ‘Head Sessions’ by the great master Reggie Young. ‘Head Session’ keeps the music fresh by listening to the song and charting it out. Teeniie Hodges admired Reggie Young as the best. What is the Memphis Sound? Teenie explains the Memphis sound as a mixture of W.C. Handy, Little Walter and the delta blues and the important bass lines that Willie Dixon provided. Years later, the same question was asked of the Philadelphia sound. What is the Phillie Sound? The reply was very inspirational and impactful. The Philadelphia sound was a mixture of the Memphis Blues & New York Jazz. ~”Chitlins & Champagne” Motown was views as bubble gum by the industry and players.

“I’ll take a shot of “Chitlins & Champagne” with a Memphis sound chaser any day of the week” ~ FlipsideMediaET by David Moore

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