Still recovering from the surgery that forced him to miss Ultra, the “Wake Me Up” producer is having to rearrange dates for his ‘True’ tour of the States.
The sprawling two-story estate covers a full 7,000 square feet, and was purchased from beauty industry mogul Bruno Mascolo, who heads up the American division of U.K.-based hairdressing brand, Toni & Guy.
The song was co-written by country music stalwart Mac Davis, best known for ’70s hits like “Baby Don’t Get Hooked on Me” and “Stop and Smell the Roses.”
The #TRUETOUR will hit major North American venues starting in April.
Mumford & Sons tapped into one of the same specific sources of inspiration as Avicii: the ‘O Brother, Where Art Thou?’ soundtrack. But what does the bluegrass community make of all this?
The clip features a heartfelt narrative that juxtaposes images from the life of two young brothers growing up in an American small town with shots of a fallen soldier’s final ceremony, complete with a military gun salute.
This year’s track features appearances by Avicii, Bruno Mars, Capital Cities, Daft Punk, Miley Cyrus, Justin Timberlake, Lorde, Jay-Z, Taylor Swift, Macklemore, Imagine Dragons, and more.
Nile Rodgers Calls ‘Get Lucky’ The Most ‘Influential’ Song of His Career, Looks Ahead to Avicii & Adam Lambert Collab
Now that he’s co-written Daft Punk’s current smash, “Get Lucky,” Nile Rodgers is more in-demand than ever. Rodgers sat down with us yesterday to talk about the state of the music industry, and how his Daft Punk collaboration could be the most important track of his illustrious career.
Swedish DJ Avicii has been touring non-stop. He just wrapped up a much talked about performance at Ultra Music Festival where he debuted his new album and DJ’d with the likes of David Guetta, Calvin Harris and Tiesto. Radio.com sat down with Avicii to find out what it’s like to be on the road so much and how he keeps each set unique.
EDM superstar Avicii recently shocked the crowd at this year’s massive Ultra music festival in Miami by debuting new material that draws from soul, country and rock, with live instrumentation orchestrated by Incubus guitarist Mike Einziger.