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Grace Potter

Watch Jackson Brown (feat. Phoebe Bridgers); stream Mavis Staples, Grace Potter, Billie Eilish, H.E.R., Kid Cudi, Jagged Baptist Club, Geographer and more.

The post Notes from a Pandemic (June 14-17): Jackson Browne (feat. Phoebe Bridgers), Mavis Staples, Grace Potter, Billie Eilish, H.E.R., Kid Cudi, Jagged Baptist Club, Lucy & La Mer, Geographer and more appeared first on buzzbands.la.

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The Mavericks, Grace Potter, and more will all appear on the 14th installment of the Americana concert at sea For more, check out: RollingStone.com (Source)

The Strokes Grammys-min

The Strokes have officially taken home the Best Rock Album award at the Grammys for The New Abnormal. The award was presented during the Grammy Premiere Ceremony and marks their first-ever win at the awards show. This year, the Strokes were up against some stiff competition including Fontaines D.C.’s A Hero’s Death, Michael Kiwanuka’s KIWANUKA, […]

The post The Strokes win Best Rock Album at the 2021 Grammy Awards appeared first on Alternative Press.

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Fiona Apple

Fiona Apple has officially taken home the Best Rock Performance award at the 2021 Grammys for “Shameika.” The award was presented during the Grammy Awards Premiere Ceremony. This category made history with its nominations this year as it’s the first time all of the nominees are female. Read more: This virtual Fall Out Boy gig is helping […]

The post Fiona Apple wins Best Rock Performance at the 2021 Grammy Awards appeared first on Alternative Press.

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Marvin Gaye’s landmark album What’s Going On came out 50 years ago this year. The Grammys honored the album — which was not recognized by the Recording Academy at the time it was released — with a performance of “Mercy Mercy Me (The Ecology)” that opened the award show’s Premiere Ceremony.

For more, go to: Stereogum.com (Source)

grammy performances, alanis morissette, amy winehouse, dua lipa, st vincent, gwen stefani

The Grammys are finally coming up this week, after being postponed from its original January date, and the night is going to be filled with women celebrating major accomplishments in music. While last year was a mess in almost every regard, one good thing did happen: The Recording Academy unveiled the nominations, and it was […]

The post 10 alternative women musicians with unforgettable Grammys performances appeared first on Alternative Press.

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Phoebe Bridgers Kyoto Spotify Singles-min

Phoebe Bridgers is revisiting her Grammy–nominated single “Kyoto” with singer-songwriter Jackson Browne and sharing her cover of John Prine’s “Summer’s End” for Spotify‘s Singles series. In honor of the upcoming Grammy Awards, Spotify is teaming up with this year’s Best New Artist nominees to reimagine one of their hit songs as well as record a tribute […]

The post Phoebe Bridgers revisits “Kyoto” in new powerful acoustic ballad—listen appeared first on Alternative Press.

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Watch Rufus Wainwright; stream Robert Smith (The Cure), John Doe, Jesse Malin, Grace Potter, Dua Lipa, Dustbowl Revival and more.

The post Notes from a Pandemic: Rufus Wainwright, Robert Smith (The Cure), John Doe, Jesse Malin, Grace Potter, Dua Lipa, Dustbowl Revival and more appeared first on buzzbands.la.

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Poppy Pale Waves Miley Cyrus Evanescence

2020 will be remembered in a lot of ways, many of them pretty horrible. However, if there’s one bright light in this dark year, it’s been the women in rock.  Over the years, women have taken over the genre through their experimentation and record-breaking albums that honor rock and alternative. But they do so in […]

The post 10 things that prove women ruled rock music in 2020 appeared first on Alternative Press.

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Does it get more socially distanced that Israeli singer-songwriter Dennis Lloyd’s recent gig in the desert? Also, today’s streams include Grace Potter, MILCK, Underoath, Charlie Worsham and more.

The post Notes From a Pandemic: Watch a really socially distanced show; stream Grace Potter, MILCK, Underoath, Charlie Worsham and more appeared first on buzzbands.la.

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