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Duran Duran reveal 2023 heading UK & & Ireland sector scenic tour

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Duran Duran have announced that their Future Past Tour will extend with five huge headline arena shows across the UK and Ireland through spring of 2023, beginning at Manchester’s AO Arena on April 29th, with dates at London’s The O2 Arena, Leeds’ First Direct Arena, Birmingham’s Utilita Arena, and the 3 Arena in Dublin. More activity is soon to be announced.

Tickets will go on pre-sale to DD VIP members from Tuesday 22nd November at 10:00am GMT and General On-Sale from Friday 25th November at 10:00am GMT here.

All details can be found in the pre-sale section of the MEMBERS tab at www.duranduran.com.  Other pre-sales will follow.

Simon Le Bon says: “2022 has been an extraordinary year for Duran Duran – mainly down to the incredible fans we have around the world. In July we celebrated our years together at Hyde Park as part of the British Summer Time Festival. Next Spring we will be back on home soil once again to continue the party.

“It’s remarkable to me that as a band, we are still hitting new milestones, still able to introduce the sound of DD to new generations of music lovers. We are truly grateful that we get to do what we do on a daily basis, and that we still love our job as much as we did when we started out some four decades ago.”

Following a run of cinema screenings across 35 countries, with premieres at the legendary Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles and the Vue West End Cinema in London, Duran Duran’s feature length docu-concert film A Hollywood High will stream on-demand globally via Veeps from December 18th – January 2nd.

Fans around the world will be able to experience the film from the comfort of their homes via a premium, ultra-high-definition viewing experience through Veeps.com or the Veeps app on Apple TV, Roku, iOS, and Android.

A Hollywood High is the first Veeps show to be enabled with 4K / UHD, Dolby Digital & Atmos (the highest possible quality, cinema-grade sound and vision available), as well as closed captions and subtitles. Tickets for the stream are available at DuranDuran.veeps.com.

With each stream ticket sold via Veeps, special bundle packages are available, including A Hollywood High cap, T-shirt, exclusive poster, and a very special limited-edition movie program ‘magazine’, complete with two 7″ flexidiscs, which feature Ordinary World and Tonight United live audio from the movie.

Closing an extraordinary year for Duran Duran, a deluxe edition of new studio album FUTURE PAST (Complete Edition) will be released on November 25th via BMG.

The 2LP set includes all 15 tracks from FUTURE PAST plus Duran Duran’s cover of David Bowie’s Five Years.

The first LP is red, the second is green. The gatefold package features a new silver/grey version of the cover art and also includes two 12″ x 12″ art booklets.

You can pre-order it here.

Duran Duran Future Past Tour dates 

April 29 – The AO Arena, Manchester

May 1 – The O2, London 

May 4 – First Direct Arena, Leeds 

May 5 – Utilita Arena, Birmingham 

May 7 – 3 Arena, Dublin 

Duran Duran Future Past Tour dates

Read more: Top 40 Duran Duran songs
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MusicRow’s 2023 Touring & Next Big Point Trace Adkins on the cover

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MusicRow Magazine has released its 2023 Touring & & Next Big Thing Issue, featuring Verge Records’ Trace Adkins on the cover.

With more than 25 years in the industry under his belt and an impressive list of RIAA certifications, Adkins has been fusing his booming baritone and commanding stage presence with sounds from across the country music spectrum for a while. Since his 1996 debut, he has sold over 11 million albums, charted 20 songs on Billboard‘s all-genre Hot 100, earned 15 top 10 country radio hits, and added film/TV to his credits. Along the way, he’s also racked up two billion streams, multiple Grammy nominations and numerous awards.

The multi-Platinum country artist recently celebrated the 25th anniversary of his debut album, Dreamin’ Out Loud, with the release of his 25-track The Way I Wan na Go Marking his 13th studio album, the project finds Adkins leaning into a lone-wolf spirit and continuing down the road which made him a member of the Grand Ole Opry. Produced by Mickey Jack Cones and Derek George, the project also brings a who’s who of special guests with it, including Blake Shelton, Luke Bryan, Stevie Wonder, Snoop Dogg, Pitbull, Keb’ Mo’ and Melissa Etheridge. With his headline “The Way I Wan na Go Tour” extending into 2023, he is currently starring in Fox’s drama series, Monarch

Featured in this issue is MusicRow‘s ninth annual Next Big Thing class of artists, consisting of Chayce Beckham (19 Recordings/BBR Music Group/Wheelhouse Records), Tyler Braden (Warner Music Nashville), Ernest (Big Loud Records), Chapel Hart (JT3D), Kylie Morgan (EMI Records Nashville), MacKenzie Porter (Big Loud Records), Conner Smith (The Valory Music Co.), Nate Smith (Arista Nashville), Alana Springsteen (Columbia Records New York/Sony Music Nashville), Morgan Wade (Arista Nashville), and Bailey Zimmerman (Warner Music Nashville/Elektra Records).

This issue also features the N.B.T. Industry Directory Class of 2023, which spotlights rising Nashville music business professionals who are having a major impact on the industry. MusicRow’s N.B.T. Industry Directory is the first and only list of its kind. These industry members occupy important roles at their respective companies, and are on a trajectory of excellence to successfully lead the Nashville music industry into the future.

MusicRow‘s Touring/N. B.T. Issue spotlights new and upcoming artists in our 2023 Next Big Thing Artist list, showcasing our top editorial picks for acts destined to reach new levels in their career,” shares MusicRow Owner/Publisher Sherod Robertson “Additionally, our N.B.T. Music Industry Directory is a coveted one-of-a-kind list of talent that recognizes the industry’s music business professionals who are rising through the ranks.”

The Touring & & Next Big Thing Issue explores the growing theme of multi-genre touring with CAA’s Meredith Jones and WME’s Aaron Tannenbaum, and also dives into the recent expansions of Messina Touring Group and the re-launch of The Neal Agency. This issue also catches up with industry icon Joe Galante to look at the importance of mentorship. The Touring & & Next Big Thing Issue also discusses Taylor Swift‘s massive return to the road with her upcoming “The Eras Tour,” which kicks off in March 2023.

Elsewhere in this issue, MusicRow sits down with TNDV’s Nic Dugger, who shares his unwavering love for Music City and his story from starting at a local TV station in Jackson, Tennessee, to bringing productions like ACM Honors, the CMA Awards, and more to life. This issue also puts a spotlight on the newly-formed Reliant Talent Agency, as its founders– Steve Lassiter, Matt McGuire and Heath Baumhor— look back on their first two years and ahead to the company’s many decades to come.

Single copies of MusicRow‘s 2023 Touring & & Next Big Thing Issue are available for purchase at musicrow.com for $45, and are included with yearly MusicRow subscriptions

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Irene Cara, the ‘Flashdance’ vocalist and also starlet that won hearts & an Oscar, dies at 63 years old

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Publicist Judith A. Moose announces on her official Twitter account the news of the passing away of the iconic “Flashdance” singer & actress in her Florida home of unknown causes on the account.

“It is with profound sadness that on behalf of her family I announce the death of Irene Cara,” Moose wrote. “She was a beautifully gifted soul whose legacy will live forever through her music and films.” 

“Sparkle” was Cara’s breakout movie role performing the title character in this 1976 film. In 1980, she was awarded her first nominations for both voice and acting as Coco in the1980 movie “Fame”. Later, Cara moves to. Grammy nomination for best new artist and pop vocal performance for the title song. 

And as musician, the movie “Fame” with Irene Cara impacted my life journey. Because of this movie and Irene Cara and others, I decided to study jazz at a conservatory in Chicago. ~ David Moore jazz guitarist

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The Voice Justin Aaron does Tasha Cobbs Leonard’s “Break Every Chain”

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Justin Aaron offered a powerful cover of a gospel classic during the Top 13 Live Playoffs of NBC’s singing competition show The Voice on Monday, November 21st. You can view his live performance of Tasha Cobbs Leonard’s “Break Every Chain” below.

To find out if Aaron advances to the Top 10, tune into The Voice tonight at 8pm ET on NBC.

 

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