While Lollapalooza 2020 is cancelled this year, the organizers have created Lolla2020, a free 4-day streaming event on their YouTube channel, kicking off on Thursday, July 30 at 6pm ET / 5pm CT. It features past Lollapalooza sets and new performances from over 135 artists, including Jane’s Addiction, Porno for Pyros as well as Perry & Etty Farrell. Perry Farrell will also be one of the people contributing conversations between performances.
Perry Farrell will release a limited edition 9-vinyl box set titled Perry Farrell: The Glitz; The Glamour – a retrospective of his 35 year career. Via Rolling Stone:
Perry Farrell to Release 35-Year Retrospective Box Set
Box set and Blu-Ray will span of Farrell’s career, including early recording “Ho Ka Hey”
By Claire Shaffer
Perry Farrell — the frontman for Jane’s Addiction, Porno for Pyros and Satellite Party — has announced Perry Farrell: The Glitz; The Glamour, a nine-vinyl box set that will take a retrospective look at Farrell’s prolific 35-year-long career.
The box set’s 68 tracks cover rarities and early recordings of Farrell’s, including “Ho Ka Hey,” a song from his first band Psi Com that was originally released in 1985 as part of a five-track EP. Taking inspiration from Joy Division and Siouxsie and the Banshees, Farrell recorded the post-punk tune just prior to the formation of Jane’s Addiction; it showcases Farrell’s early involvement in the alternative rock scene.
In addition to the vinyl recordings, the box set will include a Blu-ray featuring 12 uncompressed Dolby Atmos mixes from Kind Heaven and three brand-new previously unreleased Atmos mixes, a photographic memoirs hardcover book, a bandana and two exclusive Zoltar prints. The box set will also be available as a limited streamable download, with preorders beginning August 7th.
Other highlights include an unearthed recording of the Doors’ Jim Morrison, written and recorded with Starcrawler, and 11 commissioned remixes from and collaborations with Maceo Plex, Groove Armada, UNKLE, Solomun, Booka Shade, Richard Norris, Francois K and the Avalanches.
According to Rolling Stone, Perry Farrell’s Kind Heaven Orchestra album will be coming out on June 7th, 2018. Perry has also released a new single for the track Pirate Punk Politician.
Perry will also be hitting the road to support this. It was previously announced they’ll be performing at the 2019 Lollapalooza festival. The additional dates are as follows:
06/07 – New York City, NY
06/08 – New York City, NY
06/10 – Boston, MA
06/11 – Boston, MA
06/14 – New York City, NY
06/15 – New York City, NY
06/18 – Philadelphia, PA
06/19 – Washington D.C.
06/21 – Nashville, TN
06/22 – Atlanta, GA
06/24 – Detroit, MI
06/25 – Toronto, ON
Here is the album track listing:
1. “(red, white, and blue) Cheerfulness”
2. “Pirate Punk Politician”
3. “Snakes Have Many Hips”
4. “Machine Girl”
6. “Where Have You Been All My Life”
7. “More Than I Could Bear”
8. “Spend The Body”
9. “Let’s All Pray For This World”
Hellride will be performing at House of Machines at 2028 E. 7th St. in Los Angeles this Saturday, November 24.
Hellride (Steve Perkins, Pete DiStefano & Mike Watt) will be performing at Waterman’s in Hermosa Beach, CA on Thursday, May 24.
Dave Navarro and BIlly Morrison will host the Above Ground benefit to raise awareness for mental health at The Belasco Theatre in Los Angeles, CA on April 16, 2018
Note, a publishing snafu caused this post to get stuck in draft mode for ages. My apologies for the delay in getting this up.
According to JamBase, SiriusXM will broadcast the Dec 31 Jane’s Addiction show at Belly Up in Aspen, CO on Lithium (channel 34). Lithium’s schedule hasn’t been updated to reflect this, so I’m not sure if this will be a live broadcast or not. The Belly Up show is scheduled to kick off at 9:30p MST.