Legendary singer-songwriter Carole King announced the release of a live album and concert DVD featuring never-before-seen footage of the iconic singer and pianist’s 1973 performance — her first outside the United States — at the world famous Montreux Jazz Festival in picturesque Montreux, Switzerland. The Live At Montreux 1973 album arrive on June 14 via Eagle Rock Entertainment.
The intimate concert sees King opening solo with songs from her landmark 1971 album Tapestry including favorites like “I Feel The Earth Move,” “It’s Too Late,” Beautiful,” “Home Again” and more. King is then joined by a band she leads through a number of songs from her recently released album at the time, Fantasy. King returns to the solo format and closes the show with the timeless Tapestry classics “You’Ve Got A Friend” and “(You Make Me Feel Like A) Natural Woman.”
I Feel The Earth Move
Up On The Roof
It’s Too Late
You’ve Been Around Too Long
Being At War With Each Other
That’s How Things Go Down
A Quiet Place To Live
You Light Up My Life
Believe In Humanity
You’ve Got A Friend
(You Make Me Feel Like A) Natural Woman
January 1 – Mo Ostin steps down as chairman and CEO of Warner Music Group.
January 8 – Pearl Jam frontman Eddie Vedder hosts “Self-Pollution Radio”, a four-and-a-half hour radio broadcast with live performances by Pearl Jam, Soundgarden, Mudhoney, and others. Any station with a satellite receiver could pick up and carry the program.
January 14 – Perry Farrell is arrested for cocaine possession, being under the influence and possession of a syringe at a Los Angeles hotel.
January 18 – Jerry Garcia crashes his rented BMW into a guard rail near Mill Valley, California, USA, but is not injured in the accident.
January 27 – Live from the House of Blues premieres on TBS.
February 1 – Welsh rock band Manic Street Preachers band member Richey James Edwards goes missing after leaving the London Embassy Hotel, UK at 7 am.
February 7 – Rapper Tupac Shakur is sentenced to one-and-a-half to four-and-a-half years in prison on a sexual abuse charge. He was later released on appeal.
February 12 – Iron Butterfly bassist Philip Taylor Kramer disappeared from Highway 101, USA as he tried to get back home from the Los Angeles International Airport. He tried calling his family and 911 for help, but received none.
February 14 – Richey Edwards’ Vauxhall Cavalier is found abandoned in a service station on the Bristol side of the Severn Bridge in the UK, with evidence that he had been living in it. Although he was near a notorious suicide spot, there is still no evidence to suggest he committed suicide.
February 19 – Mötley Crüe drummer Tommy Lee marries Baywatch actress Pamela Anderson on a beach in Cancún, Mexico.
February 25 – Lyle Lovett suffers a broken collarbone in an accident while riding his motorcycle in Mexico. The accident prevented Lovett from attending the Grammy Awards (he ended up winning two awards).
March 1 – R.E.M. drummer Bill Berry leaves the stage during a concert in Switzerland after suffering a brain aneurysm. He undergoes successful brain surgery two days later in Switzerland.
March 8 – Former Helloween drummer, Ingo Schwichtenberg, commits suicide by jumping under a subway train.
March 13 – Radiohead album The Bends is released.
March 14 – With the release of Me Against the World, Tupac Shakur became the first male solo artist to have a number one album on the American Billboard 200 chart while in prison. The album remained at the top of the charts for four weeks.
March 26 – Rapper Eric Lynn Wright, better known as Eazy-E, dies of complications from AIDS.
March 28 – Lyle Lovett and actress Julia Roberts announce their separation after 21 months of marriage.
Tejano singer Selena is shot and killed by Yolanda Saldivar, her former personal assistant and former fan club president, who had recently been fired for embezzling money from the fan club. The event was called “Black Friday” by Hispanics worldwide.
During a performance in Auburn Hills, Michigan, USA, Jimmy Page narrowly escapes being stabbed by a man who rushes the stage with a knife. The man was tackled by security guards who were injured in the brawl.
April 17 – Ed Rosenblatt replaces David Geffen as chairman and CEO of Geffen Records.
April 29 – Tupac Shakur marries Keisha Morris inside the Clinton Correctional Facility, New York, USA. Shakur was serving a four-and-a-half year jail term on sexual assault charges. They would later divorce.
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Tim (stylised as TIM) is the posthumous third studio album by Swedish producer Tim Bergling, known by the stage name Avicii, released on 6 June 2019. It is his first album release following his death on 20 April 2018. It includes the single “SOS”, which was released on 10 April 2019. It is his third studio album, serving as the follow-up to his 2015 album Stories. All profits from sales of the album will go towards the Tim Bergling Foundation, set up following Avicii’s suicide, for mental health awareness.
1. “Peace of Mind” (featuring Vargas & Lagola) 3:00
2. “Heaven” 4:37
3. “SOS” (featuring Aloe Blacc) 2:37
4. “Tough Love” (featuring Agnes and Vargas & Lagola) 3:11
5. “Bad Reputation” (featuring Joe Janiak) 3:25
6. “Ain’t a Thing” (featuring Bonn) 3:03
7. “Hold the Line” (featuring A R I Z O N A) 2:51
8. “Freak” (featuring Bonn) 2:59
9. “Excuse Me Mr. Sir” (featuring Vargas & Lagola) 3:07
10. “Heart Upon My Sleeve” (with Imagine Dragons) 4:14
11. “Never Leave Me” (featuring Joe Janiak) 2:51
12. “Fades Away” (featuring Noonie Bao) 2:58