21 concert at the Mandeville Trailhead has been rescheduled for Oct. 26. (David Grunfeld, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune archive) View/Post Comments The Sept. 21 Mandeville Live! Trailhead concert featuring Bobby Cure and the Summertime Blues has been cancelled due to anticipated bad weather. The concert has been rescheduled for Oct. 26 at 6 p.m. at the Mandeville Trailhead. Next up will be Mike Soulman Baptiste, performing Sept. 28; Mydia Jovan, Oct. 4, in concert with the OctoberFeast Art Stroll; and Oct. 12, The Meanies. No outside food or drinks are allowed, local restaurants will offer food for purchase.
Join the Nation’s Conversation To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQs Memphis to host Presley concert where Elvis debuted 10Best Editors, 10Best.com 8:50 a.m. EDT September 20, 2013 Lisa Marie Presley will be treating fans to a free show on September 21 at Levitt Shell in Memphis, the same venue where her father Elvis Presley made his professional debut. Joseph Llanes After the concert, lucky VIP ticketholders will join Lisa Marie at Graceland for an intimate Q&A session, then private nighttime tour of her childhood home, Graceland. Joseph Llanes Presley comes by her musical ability naturally, being the daughter of Elvis Presley. VIP ticketholders in Memphis will hear about life with her father while inside the family home. Elvis.com Lisa Marie’s concert lineup includes songs from her new album Storm & Grace, for which her tour is named. Joseph Llanes The 3rd leg of Lisa Marie’s Storm & Grace tour has stops across the US, including New York, Chicago, St. Louis and Phoenix. Joseph Llanes Presley’s tour will introduce her fans to World Vision, a charity working in 100 countries to address issues of poverty. Presley, a longtime advocate for children, is asking fans at each concert to sponsor children in third world countries. Joseph Llanes The first 10 people who sponsor a child at the Levitt Shell event will also get VIP passes to Graceland for Lisa Marie’s private Q&A session and tour. Elvis.com Riley Keough, Lisa’s daughter, joined her mom at a recent concert. Also rounding out the family photo of women in Presley’s family are grandmother Ann Beaulieu and mother Priscilla Presley. Joseph Llanes The Storm & Grace tour will also feature the debut of Presley’s new song “People,” which will also appear on The Walking Dead AMC Original Soundtrack – Vol. 2…Sounds of Survival. It was produced by her husband Michael Lockwood. Joseph Llanes Presley is seen backstage, prior to one of her previous shows on the Storm & Grace tour. She has widely promoted the tour on television talk shows.
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Sigur Ros got to work with “yfirboro,” a melancholy track from the new album, “Kveikur,” that creeped in like a fog over a lake covered with the fragile falsetto of frontman Jon “Jonsi” Birgisson that you have to hear to believe. That voice, which sounds amazing and otherworldly on record, is that much more powerful live. Sigur Ros’ live show is getting an electric jolt from “Kveikur,” the most band’s aggressively dissonant record, starting with the industrial thunder of “Brennisteinn,” with distorted synth, Georg Holm’s rumbling bass and the two-drum attack led by Orri Dyrason, who went at his kit with violent intensity. Among those layers of symphonic sound was Jonsi going at his electric guitar with a bow, his normal mode of musicianship. Behind the band was a collection of mostly disturbing art films: bodies sinking lifelessly into water, red lava, alien masked creatures, etc. For all the sound it generates, Sigur Ros is nonetheless a minimalist band that builds its mountains with precision, repetition and simple melodic structures. Pieces like the fiery “Hrafntinna” — with Mr. Dyrason crashing the cymbals, including one his lap — were offset by the icy, gray “Vaka,” which had him playing a spare, heartbreaking piano melody, and “Varuo,” which transformed the female string section into a cathedral choir. Within the first four or five songs, Sigur Ros had shown its hand, and the rest you could say was more of the same. With Jonsi singing in Icelandic and his invented language of “Hopelandic,” he could be singing about his laundry and we wouldn’t know it, so there’s nothing to grab onto there, besides the emotion in his voice. An hour in, you could see people looking at their phones, maybe texting about post-concert plans or checking on the Eagles-Chiefs game. Jonsi didn’t address the crowd for the first hour, then said meekly, “Thank you very much… for coming out to see us … go Pirates.” The band had gone to the baseball game Wednesday night, and to the Warhol Museum during the day game Thursday, so it was tapped into the North Shore vibe.