The new album has 14 songs and full of collaborations, including multiple songs co-written and produced with Brian Fennell (Ryan Tedder, One Republic, The Fray, Third Eye Blind), as well as guest appearances by Grammy-nominees J Boog and Eric Rachmany (Rebelution), Jamaican dancehall superstar Busy Signal, and island music veterans Fiji and The Mana’o Company. Also, the new album features the band’s first female vocalist as the main harmony, Riya Davis, you can hear her harmonies on the tracks “Foolish Love” and “You’ve Been Crying."
The 6-day experiential adventure of a lifetime Tmrw.Tday Culture Fest gears up for its second year on the stunning coast of Negril, Jamaica, announcing Phase I of the 2018 Lineup. Expertly constructed by leaders of the conscious movement, this May 1 - 6, 2018 will feature a beautiful mix of festival mainstays and all new experiences for wanderers to explore, cultivating a transformative week through the power of music, wellness, sustainability, plant therapies and singular experiences.
Jazz Fusion Legend, John McLaughlin took his final bow at the Royce Hall on this past Saturday in front of a sold-out crowd. After 25 shows across the U.S., with more than 16 complete sell-outs, McLaughlin and his current band, the 4th Dimension – Ranjit Barot (drums), Gary Husband (keyboards, drums), and Etienne M’Bappé (bass), performed their final live show in Los Angeles.
Early next year, Pigeons Playing Ping Pong are set to embark on a winter headline tour down the east coast, through the midwest and southwestern U.S. Today, the band is excited to announce the multiple-night runs set to take place during the tour in Morgantown, WV and Washington, D.C.
To kick off the winter tour, Pigeons Playing Ping Pong will take over 123 Pleasent Street in Morgantown, WV for three nights starting Friday, February 1st. To conclude this initial 2018 run, the band will return to the 9:30 Club in Washington D.C. for a two-night run on March 30th and 31st.