6.24-25
Better Oblivion Community Center “My City” (Dead Oceans)
Dave Matthews Band
“Come Tomorrow” (RCA)
Dizzy
“Heavy” (Royal Mountain)
Joan Shelley
“Coming Down For You” (No Quarter)
Liam Gallagher
“Shockwave” (Warner)
Matt Costa
“Make That Change” (Dangerbird)
Phyllis Chapell 4 Love (Independent)
Project Grand Slam
“Get Out” (Independent)
Revivalists
“Oh No” (Loma Vista/Concord) Click Hear for audio sample of TheRevivalists-OhNo
Rocket Summer “Shatter Us” (Independent)
Shadowfields
Festival For One (Independent)
Tei Shi “A Kiss Goodbye” (Independent)
Wives
“The 20 Teens” (Independent)

Boulder: More Performances
The Triple A Conference is coming up August 7-10 at the St. Julien Hotel & Spa and Fox Theatre in Boulder, CO, and Dan Luke & The Raid and Katie Toupin are the latest performers to sign on! They join Big Head Todd & The Monsters, Black Oxygen, Charley Crockett, Citizen Cope, Death Cab For Cutie: An Intimate Acoustic Performance, Hiss Golden Messenger, Illiterate Light, Izzy Spring, Jade Bird, Jamie N Commons, JD Simo, Jocelyn & Chris Arndt, Joel Rafael, Keane, Los Coast, Neal Francis, Noah Kahan, Pete Yorn, Ryan Martin, Season Ammons, Seratones, SOAK, The Commonheart, The Nude Party, Tyler Childers, Wilder Woods and Willa Amai featuring Linda Perry at the 2019 Conference, with still more to be revealed in the coming weeks. Daniel Glass has also been announced as the subject of The Keynote Interview. In addition, you have until this Saturday, June 15, to cast your vote for the Triple A Conference Awards. The awards will be presented on Saturday, August 10. If you haven’t received your ballot via email, you can vote at http://bit.ly/2019fmqbballots (one ballot per person, please). Online Registration is available through July 31 for only $429 at fmqb.registration.com. Also, you can reserve your room at the St. Julien at special Conference rates starting at $249 by going to www.stjulien.com and using group code GRPQ86 or calling (720) 406-9696.

iHeart Execs Honored By UJA-Federation
UJA-Federation of New York held its annual Music Visionary of the Year Award Luncheon on Tuesday honoring iHeartMedia executives Bob Pittman, Chairman & Chief Executive Officer; Rich Bressler, President, Chief Operating Officer & Chief Financial Officer; John Sykes, President of Entertainment Enterprises; and Tom Poleman, Chief Programming Officer & President, National Programming Group.
           
Dan + Shay, Lizzo and Jade Bird electrified a crowd of 700 guests including Sony Music Entertainment’s Rob Stringer, Universal Music Group’s Michele Anthony, Records Founder Barry Weiss, YouTube’s Lyor Cohen, Lava RecordsJason Flom, Atlantic RecordsJulie Greenwald and Craig Kallman, Hitco Entertainment’s Charles Goldstuck, RCA’s Peter Edge, Warner RecordsTom Corson, Glassnote Entertainment Group’s Daniel Glass, and 300 Entertainment’s Kevin Liles.

iHeartMedia’s on-air personalities, Angie Martinez from Power 105.1’s The Angie Martinez Show and Bobby Bones from the nationally syndicated The Bobby Bones Show emceed the event and Judy McGrath presented the award. The sold-out event took place at The Pierre Hotel in New York and raised $1.6 million to benefit UJA-Federation.

Dr. John Passes
On Thursday, June 6, one of the leading purveyors of New Orleans Gris-Gris music, Dr. John, passed away of a heart attack. He was 77-years old.

Born Malcom John Rebennack, Jr. – known as Mac – Dr. John began his career as a New Orleans studio musician shortly after dropping out of high school. But it wasn’t until after moving to Los Angeles in the 1960s after a heroin bust in Texas that he developed the Dr. John “Night Tripper” persona, that would propel him to worldwide fame. After spending a few years working in LA’s studios, including work with Canned Heat, Frank Zappa’s Mothers Of Invention and Sonny & Cher, Rebennack used studio left from one of those completed sessions to record his first album as Dr. John, Gris-Gris. Three more albums followed before the 1973 release of In The Right Place, which featured performances from Allen Toussaint and The Meters, and contained his first big hits, “Such A Night” and “Right Place, Wrong Time.”  Dr. John continued to record and perform throughout the rest of his life.

Updated: 6.5.19

1)

Death Cab For Cutie
Thank You For Today
Atlantic
18


2t)

Seratones
Power
New West
15

2t)

Sleater-Kinney
Single Only-Sleater-Kinney
Mom + Pop
15

4)

Sheryl Crow
Single Only-Sheryl Crow
Valory
13

5)

Bruce Springsteen
Western Stars
Columbia
11

Updated: 6.5.19

1)

Black Keys
Let's Rock
Easy Eye/Nonesuch

2)

Vampire Weekend
Father Of The Bride
Columbia

3)

National
I Am Easy To Find
4AD

4)

Head And The Heart
Living Mirage
Warner

5)

Beck
Hyperspace
Capitol

6)

Lumineers
III
Dualtone

7)

Mavis Staples
We Get By
Anti-

8)

Jade Bird
Jade Bird
Glassnote

9)

Josh Ritter
Fever Breaks
Pytheas/Thirty Tigers

10)

Devon Gilfillian
Single Only-Devon Gilfillian
Capitol