“Rough and Rowdy Ways,” released in 2020, debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard 200, marking the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame musician’s 23rd top ten album. In June of that year, Dylan was supposed to perform at the Greek Theatre in Berkeley, but the event was canceled owing to COVID-19 safety concerns.
The tour, which features bassist Tony Garnier, guitarist Bob Britt, and multi-instrumentalist Donnie Herron, as well as drummer Charley Drayton and guitarist Doug Lancio, is projected to last until 2024.
Dylan also recently revealed that his new book, “The Philosophy of Modern Song,” will be released on Nov. 8 by Simon & Schuster.
The Swedes will perform alongside Canadian R&B and hip-hop sensation The Weeknd, who appears on one of their new album’s tracks. Police leader Sting and rapper A$AP Rocky are also featured on the record, fueling speculation about possible surprise visitors during the headlining performance.
Billie Eilish, from Los Angeles, returned to the polo fields on Saturday night to create history as the festival’s youngest headliner three years after her first performance. The 20-year-old Eilish peppered her show with crowd-pleasing acrobatics and duets with singer-songwriter Khalid, Blur frontman Damon Albarn, and her brother, Finneas, who will make his solo appearance on Sunday, fresh off an Oscar win for best original song.
Day 2 also featured a high-energy performance by Houston rapper Megan Thee Stallion, a K-pop reunion with 2NE1 joining former member CL following her solo turn, and a performance by composer and former Oingo Boingo member Danny Elfman, who performed music from “The Simpsons,” “Batman,” and other TV and film projects.
Brockhampton, an American hip-hop boy band, performed for the final time in the Sahara tent. The band revealed earlier this year that Coachella would be their final performance after 12 years together and six studio albums. They also revealed on Saturday that their farewell album would be released this year.
Isaiah Rashad kicked off his concert with a pre-recorded montage that combined various media clips in response to a leaked sex tape that appeared to out the 30-year-old rapper. Rashad addressed the footage for the first time since the video broke in February near the end of his act.
To applause and whistles, he continued, “I see all the messages and all the positivity.” “Y’all have kept me alive for the past few months.”
Richie Hawtin, a 51-year-old electronic music pioneer, performed at Coachella for the seventh time on Saturday, closing off the Yuma tent. Hawtin, who performed at Coachella for the first time in 1999, recently re-released a re-imagined version of his 1998 album “Consumed,” which he released as Plastikman.
The event, which will include the same roster next weekend after a two-year suspension due to the COVID-19 outbreak, reopened Friday at the Empire Polo Club, with a shirtless Justin Bieber and a Harry Styles-Shania Twain duet among the first-day highlights. He urged guests to drink plenty of water, obey traffic laws, and stick to authorized routes.
At the outdoor event, attendees are not needed to present confirmation of COVID vaccination or testing, and masks are not necessary. However, health officials continue to advise people to take steps to prevent the virus from spreading, and testing is accessible on-site and around the Coachella Valley.
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