Today, The Petty Estate unveils Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers—The Fillmore House Band—1997 (Short Film Part 2) around the 26th anniversary of Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers’ legendary residency at the Fillmore; watch/share here.
The 11-minute short film, directed by Alison Tavel, features previously unreleased, never-before-seen footage from the Petty estate vaults, accompanied by interviews with The Heartbreakers filmed at the famed Clubhouse.
Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers: Live At The Fillmore (1997) out now! Watch new “American Girl” video
Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers cover J.J. Cale classic “Call Me The Breeze,” track debuts with hand-illustrated video
The infectious rendition of J.J. Cale’s classic “Call Me The Breeze,” performed by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers during their legendary 20-show run at the Fillmore is out now, with an accompanying video directed and hand-illustrated by Emmy Award-winning Jeff Scher; watch/share HERE and listen/share HERE.
The love for Tom Petty and the unifying power of his music was ubiquitous throughout Gainesville as the University of Florida celebrated its inaugural Tom Petty Day honoring the legendary hometown icon all weekend long. Leading up to the Gators’ sold-out game against LSU on Saturday night, fans eagerly lined up at the Airstream pop-up shop for the co-branded merchandise collection with many items selling out, collected commemorative memorabilia and enjoyed an interactive 360 video booth.
Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers: Live At The Fillmore (1997) out November 25, "Listen To Her Heart" out now!
The long-awaited Live at the Fillmore (1997)—Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers’ first live album in 13 years—is due November 25 on Warner Records. The album will be available in various formats, see below for details and click HERE to pre-order. To celebrate, the track “Listen To Her Heart” is premiering now alongside a video directed by Peter Sluszka; watch/share HERE.
In today's flashy, tech-y, trend-addicted, junk-the-old/jack-in-the-new pop music culture, it is ever-so-fashionable to throw dirt on the coffins of guitar-based rock 'n'roll bands and not even toss a funeral rose. Whether you stumble into them in online music reviews and blogs, People magazine, or even Rolling Stone, you can read the dismissals practically every day. But, thankfully, not here at Gratefulweb.com!
Indy Festival Partners in association with the Indiana State Fairgrounds and Event Center today announced the second All IN “Dreamset” lineup of all star artists uniting for a one-time-only celebration of all-time great songs. This new Dreamset will celebrate the songs of Tom Petty and take place on night 2 of the inaugural All IN Music & Arts Festival, Labor Day weekend, Saturday, September 3 and Sunday, September 4, 2022 in Indianapolis.
Bluegrass music is nothing short of catharsis for The Slocan Ramblers. On their new album Up the Hill and Through the Fog (coming June 10, 2022), the all-star Canadian roots ensemble channels the past two years of loss into a surprisingly joyous collection of twelve songs intended to uplift and help make sense of the world.
External Combustion, the new album from Mike Campbell & The Dirty Knobs, is set for release on March 4 via BMG. Recorded last summer, the record is Mike Campbell’s second as a band leader, following up Campbell & The Dirty Knobs’ 2020 critically acclaimed debut album, Wreckless Abandon. Fans can pre-order External Combustion HERE.