A part of the city’s 29th annual summer concert series, the shows run from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. every Thursday from June 18 through July 30.
The release says the 81-year-old Nelson will collaborate with master growers to define standards for the strain.
The duets format can be a lazy way to go, a predictable romp that showcases familiar old songs. Not so with Van Morrison’s new collection “Duets: Re-Working the Catalogue” which skips obvious hits like “Moondance” and “Brown-Eyed Girl” for overlooked, sometimes eccentric tracks from memorable albums like “The Healing Game” and “A Period of Transition.”
Aykroyd said in a statement Monday that he’s excited for the label to find the next generation of blues performers.
“Today’s successful verdict, with the odds more than stacked against the Marvin Gaye estate, could redefine what copyright infringement means for recording artists,” said Glen Rothstein, an intellectual property attorney with the firm Greenberg Glusker.
“Checkin’ Out” is Bryan’s seventh spring-break collection in as many years; that’s in addition to four full-length albums since 2007. The 38-year-old CMA Entertainer of the Year understandably feels ready to focus on something deeper than beach-party soundtracks.
While the majority of the material falls solidly in the positive, some of the tunes undoubtedly meant to sound fierce and liberating just feel tired, like the electro-clash braggadocio of “Bitch I’m Madonna,” featuring Nicki Minaj, and the tedious X-rated bump-and-grind of the Kanye West-produced “Holy Water.”
“We’re real honored the governor thought of us,” Dickson told The Associated Press on Monday. He said he had contacted mayors and city managers in other communities who had hosted similar events and was confident “we can handle it.”
“We walk into everything with ‘what would Elvis want,” said Joel Weinshanker, managing partner of the company that has owned a majority of Elvis Presley Enterprises since November 2013. “Absolutely positively, he would want to be back in Vegas.”
If the mixtape’s previously released track, “6 God,” wasn’t warning enough, Drake is more confrontational these days. “Please don’t speak to me like I’m that Drake from four years ago, I’m at a higher place, thinkin’ they lions and tigers and bears, I go huntin’, put heads on my fireplace,” he raps on “Energy.”