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Vinyl Archives: Week of December 1st

Join us on a journey through the gigantic vinyl archive each weekday on-air at 9:45 a.m. & 3:45 p.m. If you miss an episode, you can catch them on Facebook and Twitter at 9 p.m. each weeknight, or on Indie88.com.

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Iggy Pop – “The Passenger”

Iggy Pop is one of many artists announce to perform at the 33 annual benefit concert, Tibet House US. The concert is set to take place on February 6th, 2020 at Carnegie Hall in New York City, and it will see performances from renowned artists like Patti Smith, Margo Price, The National’s Matt Berninger, Phoebe Bridgers, and more.

The Go-Go’s – “Vacation”

The Go-Go’s have a film that is set to premiere at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival, which takes place from January 23rd to February 2nd in Park City, Utah. The Go-Go’s is a documentary helmed by Alison Ellwood, which will feature testimonies from the band as they recount their rise to fame.

Stevie Nicks – “Edge of Seventeen”

Stevie Nicks was a guest on Jimmy Kimmel Live!, where she joined Sheryl Crow on stage for a performance of “Prove You Wrong” from Crow’s 2019 album, Threads. The performance saw the renowned pair harmonizing with each other on top of the gritty country rock track.

Soul Asylum – “Somebody to Shove”

Soul Asylum have made their return with a new single called “Dead Letter,” and they’ve also announced new tour dates. “Dead Letter” marks the first new music from the rock band since 2016’s Change of Fortune, and it sees the band leaning into their signature guitar riffs, pained vocals, and touching lyrics. Listen to “Dead Letter” here.

Simple Minds – “Alive and Kicking”

In honour of their 40th anniversary, Simple Minds have plotted a 2020 major world tour that sees the Glasgow band performing a whopping 50 shows across 14 countries. While most of the tour will be in Europe, 40 Years of Hits is a tour you won’t want to miss out on, as they’ll be performing some of their most famous tracks in a career-spanning set.

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