The GRAMMY Museum has announced a virtual tour of Ringo Starr’s ‘Peace & Love’ exhibition as well as a new interview about his new EP.
Tonight’s ‘Tapestry Rewoven’ will also feature Robert Vincent, Jo Harman, Charlie Dore, Danni Nicholls and many others.
The hybrid show will broadcast live from Nashville’s Ole Red.
The event will also have special appearances by Carole King, Jonas Brothers, Lionel Richie, Mick Fleetwood, Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, and Shakira.
Cage the Elephant were also added to the line-up, which includes Eddie Vedder, Brittany Howard, and Valerie June.
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The event will benefit the New Mexico Association of Food Banks.
The Valentine’s Day concert will be a first-of-its-kind event for the platform.
‘Channel 66’ broadcasts daily from New York City, Chicago, Mexico City, and Los Angeles.
The late New York Dolls guitarist died on January 13 at the age of 69.
The Norwegian singer-songwriter's livestream performance kicks off at 8pm GMT tonight, February 4.
The virtual event also featured past appearances by The Killers, Beck, and Blink-182.
The stream will be available from February 12 through February 16 and will feature the footage of the band’s August 2018 performance at Seattle’s Safeco Field.
A light show will illuminate the Spirit Airlines plane’s livery, featuring Young’s image.
The band is celebrating the 20th-anniversary of their debut album, ‘The Better Life.’