Amos Lee will bring his biggest radio hit in a decade to late night television this month, with a full-band performance of "Worry No More" on CBS' The Late Late Show with James Corden slotted for Thursday May 26. The lead single off Lee's new album Dreamland, "Worry No More" is a gripping ode to finding tranquility amidst calamity that shines through with its deeply empathetic and vulnerable disposition.
Amos Lee has expanded his upcoming Dreamland tour into August 2022 with the announcement of more than a dozen new North American dates today. The coast-to-coast full band tour - which kicked off this past Friday April 8 in Portland, Maine - will now include Lee's return to the hallowed Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Denver, Colorado on August 16, as well as a second hometown-area show for Lee at Lancaster, PA's American Music Theatre on August 25.
Tickets are on sale now for the second annual Fort Desolation Fest at the beautiful Cougar Ridge Resort in Torrey, UT at the gateway to Utah’s Capitol Reef National Park. Created for both music lovers and adventure travelers, this boutique festival offers three nights of live music and three days to explore some of the most awe-inspiring landscapes on earth this August 12-14, 2022.
AEG Presents, Governor Polis, Community Foundation of Boulder Announce Benefit Concert to Provide Relief for Marshall Fire Disaster Survivors
Today, AEG Presents chairman emeritus Chuck Morris joined Governor Jared Polis, Community Foundation of Boulder President Tatiana Hernandez, and Nathaniel Rateliff of Colorado-based band Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats to announce a virtual benefit concert to support disaster survivors of the Marshall Fire. The pre-recorded concert will go live online on February 28th with more than 15 Colorado-based artists and popular national musical acts performing.
Amos Lee details 2022 'Dreamland' LP: a vulnerable reflection on mental health which aims to destigmatize
Amos Lee has announced Dreamland, a new studio album coming February 11 via Dualtone Records which finds the Billboard chart-topping artist returning with "pensive beauty" (NPR) and "his greatest asset: the weathered voice which he uses to plumb emotional depths" (Pitchfork). While Lee has long made "music to help listeners heal" (Salon), he's most often shined a light on others' stories, whether it be those he's met through Musicians on Call or fans reckoning with loved ones gone too soon.
Melodic Caring Project's Musical Mission Expands Beyond Livestreaming to Quarantined Children in Hospitals
The Seattle-based non-profit Melodic Caring Project has been bringing personalized live music performances by a wide range of touring artists directly to the hospital beds of sick children in isolation or quarantine since 2011. With the COVID-19 pandemic putting live concerts on indefinite hold, the 501c3 charity has been reaching out to an army of music artists, many participants in previous MCP streaming events, to help them create original content to deliver to their community and beyond.
Continuing the 120-year-old tradition of bringing music, oration and the arts to the Boulder community, the Colorado Chautauqua Association, steward of Boulder’s cultural and historical gem the Colorado Chautauqua National Historic Landmark, is pleased to announce its 2018 Summer Concert Series. From Amos Lee and Andrew Bird, to Graham Nash, Ziggy Marley and Mary Chapin Carpenter, this year’s lineup presents a diverse mix of performers across genres that appeal to every music fan.
Singer/songwriter Amos Lee released his self-titled debut in 2004 and followed with critically acclaimed Supply and Demand (2006) and Last Days at the Lodge (2008). But it was with 2011's Mission Bell that debuted No. 1 on the Billboard 200 and brought Amos to nationwide mainstream attention.