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Jeff Tweedy Releases New Track Online
28July

Jeff Tweedy Releases New Track Online

Pitchfork reports: "Jeff Tweedy has shared a new track from his forthcoming solo album Sukierae. "Fake Fur Coat" follows previously-shared track "Wait for Love", and will appear on the new LP (which arrives 16 September via Wilco’s own label, dBpm). Additionally, Tweedy was the musical guest on last night's "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon", appearing with his new band, which includes son Spencer on drums. [Here], listen to his new song, and watch him perform "High as Hello" and "Summer Noon"."

Ryan Adams Plays New Track Live for First Time
25July

Ryan Adams Plays New Track Live for First Time

Uncut reports: "Ryan Adams has debuted a new track entitled "Stay With Me". The singer-songwriter played the song at a gig in Portland, Maine earlier this week, alongside other new tracks, including "Kim" and "Shadows". Click below to watch footage of the performance, via Stereogum."

Nelson, White and Neil Young Headline This Year's Farm Aid
24July

Nelson, White and Neil Young Headline This Year's Farm Aid

Uncut reports: "Jack White, Neil Young and Willie Nelson have been announced as this year's headliners at Farm Aid, reports Rolling Stone. Also appearing on the bill are John Mellencamp and Dave Matthews as well as Preservation Hall Jazz Band, Jamey Johnson, Delta Rae, Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real, Carlene Carter, Pegi Young & The Survivors, and Insects vs Robots."

Woody Guthrie Collection Gets September Release
23July

Woody Guthrie Collection Gets September Release

Twang Nation reports: "On September 23rd Woody Guthrie Publications will release ‘My Name Is New York; Ramblin’ Around Woody Guthrie’s Town,’ a three-disc collection offering an intimate portrait of Woody’s NYC life through storytelling and music. Produced by Steve Rosenthal, Michael Kleff and Woody’s daughter Nora Guthrie, ‘My Name is New York’ presents two discs of an audio tour and stories that contextualize Woody’s New York with new interviews, song snippets and a history narrated by Nora, plus a third disc of music, including some never heard before."

Neil Young Plays Rare Songs at German Show
22July

Neil Young Plays Rare Songs at German Show

Uncut reports: "Neil Young & Crazy Horse performed two rare cuts at their show in Münsterplatz, Ulm, Germany last night [July 20]. The band have already played two rarities on the current European tour - "Separate Ways", from the Homegrown sessions, which hasn't had a live airing since 2008, and "Days That Used To Be" from Ragged Glory, which the band hadn't played live since 1991."

New Tom Petty Songs Surreptitiously Appear On Website
21July

New Tom Petty Songs Surreptitiously Appear On Website

Rolling Stone reports: "Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers have been sharing songs from their upcoming record, Hypnotic Eye, in small bursts, but it would take a particularly curious Petty fan to discover the rocker "Forgotten Man" on the group's website. The band has created a Hypnotic Eye online radio – designed to look like the old-fashioned radio Petty used in a preview video – which can be turned on with the knob on the right and tuned to five new songs with the one on the left. As spotted by Consequence of Sound, dialing in to the range between 280 and 260 on the upper FM dial reveals "Forgotten Man," a sizzling statement of discontent in which Petty sings, "I feel like a four-letter word." Hypnotic Eye comes out officially on July 29th."

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