Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for The Rainforest Fund; Cindy Ord/Getty Images for POPSUGAR Play/GroundFollowing his breakup with Meg Ryan last year, John Mellencamp appears to have found a new romantic partner. E! News reports that the 68-year-old Rock & Roll Hall of Famer is now dating Jamie Sue Sherrill, a celebrity skincare expert and TV personality better known as Nurse Jamie.
"They are really happy together," a source tells the entertainment news program. "They are both from the same small town in southern Indiana."
The source adds that the couple have been "dating since the beginning of the year."
Mellencamp has been relatively quiet in recent months, although in February he allowed his classic hit "Small Town" to be used in ad campaign for Mike Bloomberg's short-lived bid to become the Democratic presidential candidate.
Meanwhile, Sherrill star in a new Netflix show, Skin Decision, that premieres this summer.
Neither John nor Jamie have commented about their reported romance.
People confirmed this past November that Mellencamp and Ryan had broken up, after announcing their engagement a year earlier.
John and Meg had a turbulent relationship. They first began dating in 2011, broke up in 2014, and then rekindled their romance in 2017. In November 2018, Ryan posted a message on her Instagram featuring a goofy line drawing of herself and Mellencamp, along with a caption that read, "ENGAGED!"
At the time of their breakup last year, a source told People that the three-times-divorced Mellencamp "didn't want to get married again," adding, "He loves her, but marriage never seemed to be a part of it…It's unclear how important a marriage was to Meg."
Scott Dudelson/Getty Images for Red Light Management and Live NationDoors drummer John Densmore recently took part in a video fan Q&A that's been posted on the band's YouTube channel and social media pages. Among the revelations the 75-year-old Rock & Roll Hall of Famer shared was some new information about the memoir on which he's been working in recent years.
Densmore says the book is titled Meetings with Remarkable Musicians, it will be "out in the fall," and it will include a chapter about late Doors keyboardist Ray Manzarek.
While acknowledging that he and Ray, who died of cancer in 2013 at age 74, had "our struggles" in reference to the legal battles they fought over usage of the Doors name, Densmore delivers high praise for Manzarek's musicianship in the video.
"[T]here's absolutely no way there would be Doors without Ray's left hand playing those bass lines and his right hand playing those beautiful, catchy…circle of fifths [from 'Light My Fire']," Densmore declares, "or the solo in 'Riders [on the Storm]' just etched on your brain."
Among the other fan-submitted questions John answers for the Q&A are what were his favorite Doors song and album cover, and which musician influenced him the most.
Densmore chooses "When the Music's Over" as his favorite song, noting, "[It] was really an epic, interesting thing with all kinds of silences and big drama."
He says his favorite album cover was Strange Days, recalled that singer Jim Morrison had said, "'I don't want to be on the cover again,' and so we had these carnival freaks."
Densmore's most influential musician was legendary jazz saxophonist John Coltrane's drummer Elvin Jones.
"I copied his drumming, and I watched the way he played with Coltrane," John explains. "And I played with Jim kind of influenced by that."
ParlophoneFans will get to hear an album of rare 1996 David Bowie recordings titled ChangesNowBowie earlier than expected.
As previously reported, the album will be released on vinyl and CD as part of 2020 Record Store Day, which will take place June 20. But Bowie's label, Parlophone, has now decided to make a digital version of the archival collection available first, on April 17, one day before the original date of this year's Record Store Day. The date was changed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
ChangesNowBowie features nine songs that were recorded in a New York City studio in November 1996 during rehearsals for Bowie's 50th birthday concert, which took place at Madison Square Garden in January 1997. He was backed up by three members of his then-current touring band: bassist Gail Ann Dorsey, guitarist Reeves Gabrels and multi-instrumentalist Mark Plati.
The mostly acoustic session was recorded for a BBC radio special celebrating Bowie's 50th. Songs on the release include "The Man Who Sold the World," "Aladdin Sane," "Andy Warhol" and "Quicksand," as well as a cover of The Velvet Underground's "White Light/White Heat."
On April 10, a week before ChangesNowBowie's digital release, one of the album's tracks will be issued as an advance digital single and via streaming services: a version of the 1979 Bowie song "Repetition."
A video for the tune, filmed at rehearsals for Bowie's 1997 Earthling Tour in Hartford, Connecticut, also will be made available for download and streaming that day.
Here's the full ChangesNowBowie track list:
"The Man Who Sold the World" "Aladdin Sane" "White Light/White Heat" "Shopping for Girls" "Lady Stardust" "The Supermen" "Repetition" "Andy Warhol" "Quicksand"
The Players Club/Mascot Label GroupDoors guitarist Robby Krieger recently announced plans to put out a new solo album, The Ritual Begins at Sundown, on April 24, but the record's release has now been pushed back until August 14 because of "the uncertainty due to the COVID-19 outbreak."
As previously reported, the album is a jazz-influenced instrumental collection featuring 10 tracks: nine original compositions, plus a cover of the 1970 Frank Zappa song "Chunga's Revenge."
The Ritual Begins at Sundown, Krieger's first studio effort since 2010's Grammy-nominated Singularity, was recorded at his own Horse Latitudes Studios in Los Angeles.
Two songs from the new album are already available digitally and via streaming services: "The Drift" and "Slide Home." You also can check out the tracks at the Mascot Label Group's official YouTube channel. You can pre-orderThe Ritual Begins at Sundown now.
In other news, a note posted on The Doors' Facebook page is asking guitar-playing fans to submit Doors songs that they'd like to learn how to play. Krieger will choose a tune from the submissions and record a video guitar lesson for it that will be posted online.
Meanwhile, Robby has posted a message on his Facebook page featuring the message, "This is what I do when I'm stuck at home," along with a link to a YouTube video. It shows him jamming with members of his solo band on a version of the Doors classic "Light My Fire" at Horse Latitudes Studios.
John Lamparski/Getty ImagesBilly Joel has made the first of several major donations towards the fight against COVID-19, via his charity, The Joel Foundation.
A statement from Billy and his wife, Alexis, notes, "As New Yorkers, we have personal ties to so many of these heroic healthcare workers that are risking their own lives. We cannot begin to express our gratitude for them and our concern for their well-being."
The couple goes on to say that their first donation will be $500,000, which his going to BStrong, a disaster relief charity set up by reality star Bethenny Frankel. Working with the Global Empowerment Mission to source Personal Protective Equipment, BStrong will use the money to purchase "masks, corona kits and hazmat suits for the doctors and nurses in hospitals that are in dire need," notes the statement.
Seventy-five percent of the donation will go to the New York City and Long Island, NY area -- Billy and his wife live on Long Island -- while 25% will go to hospitals in New York State.
"Please continue to practice all the guidelines that have been put in place to protect us all," the couple concludes. "Our thoughts are with every person fighting this illness."
Recently, Billy and Alexis also sent out a message of support to their close friend, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, whose daily briefings on the pandemic have become a must-watch. Cuomo is the godfather of the couple's two young daughters, Della and Remy.
ABC/Image Group LADolly Parton announced on Twitter that she's donating $1 million to Nashville-based Vanderbilt University Medical Center to fund research that will help find a cure to COVID-19.
The music icon's donation also comes with a personal connection: she mentions that her longtime friend, Dr. Naji Abumrad, is one of the doctors spearheading the important research. He informed the singer that they are "making some exciting advancements" that could lead to a cure.
Additionally, Dr. Abumrad's son, Jad Abumrad, is the host of the popular podcast Dolly Parton's America that was released in 2019. Dr. Abumrad was one of the interview guests on the podcast, along with Dolly herself.
The "Faith" singer also encouraged others to donate to Vanderbilt if they're financially able to do so.
On Tuesday, Dolly posted a video expressing her appreciation for the first responders and other medical professionals working tirelessly to fight the virus.
"I want to shout out to all the first responders, all the servicemen and women and all the healthcare professionals all around the world for sacrificing your time and even your lives to help the folks in need at this time," she says in the video.
Adrián Monroy/Medios y Media/Getty ImagesKISS founders Gene Simmons and Paul Stanley have both posted recent video messages to fans on the band's official YouTube channel as they sequester themselves at home during the COVID-19 pandemic.
In his clip, posted Tuesday, Simmons personally thanks "all the folks in healthcare, the doctors, the nurses, all the people who keep us healthy and alive." He adds, "And our fire departments, the police, the folks in the food industry who bring or food at home."
The rocker then points out, in comparison to the current health crisis, that more than 50 million people died during World War II.
"Your grandparents were asked to serve. Many of them gave the ultimate sacrifice," he continues. "You know what's being asked of you? Stay at home, sit on your rump, binge-watch Twilight Zone all day long, while people risk their lives and bring you food. So let's get over ourselves."
Simmons finishes his message by declaring, "We're the greatest country in the world. Don't be a knucklehead…Love each other. Support each other. We'll get over this. God bless you all."
Meanwhile, Stanley posted a 10-minute video on Monday that begins by showing him playing an acoustic version of "Every Time I Look at You," a song he co-wrote and that appeared on KISS' 1992 album, Revenge.
Paul then tells fans he's missed them, "especially now that I hear that we're gonna be inside for at least another month," adding, "So now is the time to reach out to friends…text them, call them, let everybody know that you love them."
Stanley also talks about his love of Martin acoustic guitars, like the one on which he played his song, and shares some thoughts on the Revenge album, which he says he remains "very, very proud of."
Credit: Kirsten ShultzA self-isolating Carole King is bringing some comfort to fans by performing a Facebook video version of her classic "So Far Away," whose lyrics are suddenly very relevant to everyone who is missing friends, family and loved ones amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
In her video, which is also posted on her socials, the Rock and Roll Hall of Famer wishes everyone well, and gives a special thanks to "all the medical professionals who are doing such important and difficult work" and "all the people [who] keep the groceries coming in, the trash being picked up...and oh, there are just so many things that I don't even know about!"
"But I'm not taking it for granted. None of it. So thank you all," she adds. "And thank you all for staying in and making sure that we do our part to help this crisis go away. May it be soon."
Carole then sang an abbreviated version of "So Far Away," changing the first line to "So far away/everyone has to stay in one place."
The rest of the 1971 song's lyrics didn't need to be changed, since they're perfectly relatable at this moment in time: "Long ago I reached for you and there you stood/holding you again could only do me good/How I wish I could/but you're so far away."
Credit: David WooThe Steve Miller Band has pushed back the start of its North American summer trek with veteran country act Marty Stuart and His Fabulous Superlatives because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The outing, dubbed The Americana Tour, had been slated to kick off on June 13 in Austin, Texas, but all of the June concerts have been postponed and the trek now will begin with a July 9-10 engagement in Saratoga, California.
Steve Miller has posted a message about the postponement that reads, "There is nothing more important to us than your good health and welfare so we are postponing all of our dates in June to a later date when it is safe for all of us to be together. Watch this spot for updates. Peace, Love, Happiness...Take care Of Each Other...See YA IN A MINUTE!"
The trek is mapped out through a September 4 performance at the Washington State Fair in Puyallup, Washington. Most of the shows on the long road trip will feature Miller and his group supported by Stuart and his band, as well as comedian and singer Gary Mule Deer. Stuart and His Fabulous Superlatives are not on the bill of the tour's last three dates -- the Puyallup gig as well as a concert on September 1 in Victoria, Canada, and September 2 in Vancouver, Canada.
Besides its June tour dates, the Steve Miller Band also postponed a May 1 show in Scottsdale, Arizona. In addition, the Beachlife Festival, which had been scheduled to take place May 1-3 in Redondo Beach, California, with a headlining appearance by the Miller Band on its final day, has been postponed as well.
Credit: Leah SteigerBeing stuck at home separately during the COVID-19 pandemic hasn't stopped Sammy Hagar and the members of his current group, The Circle, from recording a brand-new tune. A video of Hagar, bassist Michael Anthony, drummer Jason Bonham and guitarist Vic Johnson performing the song "Funky Feng Shui" has been posted on Sammy's official YouTube channel.
The quartet used their mobile phones to record their respective parts, which were then combined to create the clip. "Funky Feng Shui" began as a jam that Hagar and The Circle would play backstage to warm up before shows.
The recording came together as a "lockdown challenge" initiated by Bonham, who started the track by laying down his drum part and posting it on his Instagram page. Johnson then added his guitar part, followed by Anthony's bass and Hagar's vocals.
The parts were filmed and recorded, respectively in Bonham's den, Anthony's and Johnson's music rooms, and Hagar's closet. You can watch the individual parts at each band member's official Instagram.
"The Circle will be doing more of this, it's too much fun!" Sammy promises about the recording.
Hagar and The Circle currently are scheduled to launch a U.S. summer tour with Night Ranger on July 9 in West Palm Beach, Florida, although the coronavirus pandemic could affect those plans. Whitesnake also initially was part of the trek, but that band recently canceled all of its 2020 concerts because frontman David Coverdale needs time to recover from a hernia operation.
Courtesy of Wolfson EntertainmentMusic lovers now have another choice when it comes to quarantine viewing: Daryl Hall's long-running music series Live from Daryl's House is finally coming back to television.
AXS TV will air 14 past episodes of the award-winning show starting April 19 at 9 p.m. ET. The series, created in 2007 by the blonder half of Hall & Oates, features Hall chatting and jamming with a variety of musical guests from various genres in a loose, living room-like setting.
The 14 episodes include Daryl's jams with Marchbox Twenty frontman Rob Thomas, Hootie & the Blowfish singer Darius Rucker, the band Train, former Voice coach Cee Lo Green, Jason Mraz, Chris Daughtry, Aloe Blacc, Gavin DeGraw and Elle King, among others.
"Hey everybody, I am happy to say that the original at home show is back on TV," says Daryl in a statement.
"This is an incredible opportunity for music lovers of all ages to see an eclectic lineup of music legends and modern favorites put their skills on full display in a unique and intimate setting," adds AXS TV exec Sarah Weidman.
The trek now will get underway in Bologna on May 23, 2021, and is plotted out through a July 6-7 engagement in Madrid. The tour also includes 10 rescheduled concert that Queen Adam Lambert had lined up at London's O2 Arena, as well as two-night stands in Amsterdam; Manchester, U.K.; Birmingham, U.K.; and Copenhagen, Denmark.
All tickets purchased for the 2020 concerts will remain valid for the rescheduled dates.
"We're very sad to announce the postponement of our summer shows in Europe, although in the present crazy state of the world, it cannot be a surprise to our fans," guitarist Brian May says in a statement. "Of course we would have gone ahead with the dates had it been humanly possible. The good news is that we do NOW have a PLAN B ready to roll."
Adds drummer Roger Taylor, "We're all in this together. Devastating! Boringly frustrating! Scary and upsetting! But...pick ourselves up, dust ourselves down...start all over again!!! Be well...take care...coming right back at you as soon as we possibly can!!!"
Meanwhile, May has continued posting "MicroConcert" performance videos on his YouTube channel that he's been recording while sheltering at home because of the coronavirus. The latest clip features Brian singing and playing the classic 1965 Beatles tune "You've Got to Hide Your Love Away."
Steve Miller, Eurythmics'Annie Lennox and Dave Stewart, and members of The Isley Brothers are among the famous music artists that will have to wait until next year for a major honor they originally were supposed to receive in June.
Those artists, as well as Mariah Carey and Pharrell Williams, were set to be inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame on June 11 in New York City, but the ceremony has now been postponed to June 10, 2021.
In a statement, Hall of Fame President & CEO Linda Moran said, "In facing the reality of the future being unknown and the extraordinary number of schedules which would have to be rearranged...it seemed to be more prudent and in the best interests and well-being of everyone...to move the 2020 class of inductees and honorees in its entirety to next year's gala when they can be truly celebrated."
Hall of Fame chairman Nile Rodgers of CHIC added, "The wonderful songs that members of the Songwriters Hall of Fame have created are currently bringing comfort to billions of people all over the world in their time of uncertainty and need and that is something I believe we can all find gratitude in."
It's not clear if there will be an additional class of 2021 inductees along with this year's group. Others who are set to be inducted include Williams' creative partner Chad Hugo, and behind-the-scenes songwriters Rick Nowels and Willams "Mickey" Stevenson.
Nowels has co-written hits for Santana, Fleetwood Mac, Stevie Nicks, Madonna, Belinda Carlisle and many more. Stevenson wrote or co-wrote Motown classics like "Dancing in the Streets," "What Becomes of the Brokenhearted," "Uptight (Everything's Alright)" and "It Takes Two."
YouTube OriginalsWhile Coachella 2020 won't be happening until later this year in the fall, perhaps a sneak peek at two decades' worth of the California festival will help you make it through the wait.
A new trailer for the upcoming documentary Coachella: 20 Years in the Desert is out now. The three-minute clip includes performance footage of Paul McCartney, Madonna, Guns N' Roses, AC/DC and many other well-known artists.
The film, which was produced by YouTube, will premiere on the streaming platform on April 10, the same day Coachella 2020 was supposed to start before it got postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The new dates for Coachella 2020 are October 9-11 and October 16-18.
Elton John, Mariah Carey, Billie Eilish and other major music stars gathered together for the Fox Presents the iHeart Living Room Concert for America on Sunday, and raised nearly $8 million to help fight the spread of the COVID-19 virus, and salute the strength and resilience of the U.S. people during the health crisis.
Highlights included Demi Lovato performing her hit "Skyscaper"; Eilish and her brother Finneas teaming up for an acoustic rendition of "bad guy"; Camilla Cabello and Shawn Mendes joining forces for her song "My Oh My"; and Mariah belting out her hit, "Always Be My Baby.”
Elton, who hosted the event from his home, closed out the evening with a special performance of "Don't Let the Sun Go Down on Me."
Other performers included Backstreet Boys, Dave Grohl, Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong, Alicia Keys and Tim McGraw.
The hour-long special drew more than 8.7 million viewers across multiple networks, who were encouraged to donate to two of the many charitable organizations that are helping COVID-19 victims and front line workers, such as health care professionals: Feeding America and First Responders Children's Foundation.
A new two-part documentary series titled Laurel Canyon, focusing on the fertile music scene that coalesced in the Los Angeles neighborhood of the same name, where many famous artists resided and congregated starting in the late 1960s, will premiere on Epix on May 31 and June 7 at 9 p.m. ET.
The program will include music from such legendary artists as Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, Joni Mitchell, The Doors, Linda Ronstadt, The Byrds, Eagles, The Mamas & the Papas, Jackson Browne, The Monkees, The Turtles, Buffalo Springfield and more.
It also will feature rare and newly rediscovered film footage and audio, as well as new interviews with Browne, Don Henley, Michelle Phillips, Graham Nash, Ronstadt, Bonnie Raitt, Roger McGuinn and others.
You can check out a teaser trailer for Laurel Canyon now at the Epix YouTube channel. The video includes a montage of archival film and photos of various famous musicians, along with commentary from The Monkees' Micky Dolenz, Nash, David Crosby and more.
Dolenz notes that Laurel Canyon "was a very small community of musicians and long-haired weirdos," while Nash declares, "We were at the very center of this beautiful bubble of creativirty and friendship."
Crosby, meanwhile, says, "When a chemistry happens between people musically, it's magic."
Laurel Canyon was directed by Alison Ellwood, whose credits include 2013's History of the Eagles and the new documentary The Go-Go's.
The book charts Valentine's journey from her wild-child early years in Austin, Texas, and her development as a rock 'n' roll-loving teenage musician to her relocation to Los Angeles, where she joined what became the most successful all-female rock band in history, and beyond.
"It is really a coming-of-age story," Valentine tells ABC Audio. "It's about music being with me every step of the way, even before I'm a musician…And I really wanted it to be about music and about being a human."
Of course, at the center of the story are Kathy's adventures with The Go-Go's, both highs and lows.
Valentine says among the important things she tried to convey in the memoir was the elation she felt playing live with The Go-Go's during their heyday. As she explains, "what it felt like to go on stage surrounded by people that felt like my family, [and] to have a sold-out crowd that knew your songs, loved the band [and] was just…so in the moment, and you're in the moment."
As previously reported, Valentine recorded an All I Ever Wanted soundtrack album featuring new songs inspired by some of the book's chapters. It's available now digitally, and also will be part the audio version of the book that's due out April 7.
"[I]t was really creative, it was really fun, really innovative and just felt exciting to do something musically that I had never done," she says of making the album.
Valentine will celebrate her book's arrival tonight at 8 p.m. ET with a live release-party event on her Instagram page featuring "music, talk and special guests."
The tune, which will also appear on Browne's next studio album, due out in October, arrived just a few days after he revealed he'd been diagnosed with the COVID-19 virus.
In a recent Rolling Stone interview, Jackson noted that even though he wrote the song before the start of the coronavirus crisis, he feels it's timely because it's about the uncertainty of mankind's future in this volatile era.
"A Little Too Soon to Say" was inspired by how many younger people are actively expressing their concern for such issues as the environment and gun control.
"[I was] thinking about the generation -- the Parkland students, and Greta Thunberg -- and the young people who have been very vocal, saying, 'You're not making any real attempt to change things in a way for us to have the planet you had,'" he noted. "How do you pass this mess on to the next generation, the future generations?"
"A Little Too Soon to Say" also will be the B-side of a new Browne single, "Downhill from Everywhere," that will be released May 29 on CD and vinyl.
In an interview last Wednesday with the Los Angeles Times, Browne reported that he believes he's among the lucky majority who'll recover from the coronavirus without serious health consequences.
"I'm O.K. -- I'm not bad at all," he said. "My physical symptoms have mostly abated. In fact, there's very little of it left."
Jackson also noted that he didn't need to go to the hospital for treatment, although he admits that he did pass the virus on to his son Ethan, whom he said experienced "somewhat mild" symptoms.
Frazer Harrison/Getty Images for Stagecoach Influential singer and songwriter John Prine's condition has improved following the announcement that he'd been diagnosed with COVID-19.
John's wife, Fiona Whealan Prine, turned to Twitter Monday to update fans that John, who's 73, is in stable condition.
"We are humbled by the outpouring of love for me and John and our precious family. He is stabile," she shares in her message. "Please continue to send your amazing Love and prayers. Sing his songs. Stay home and wash hands. John loves you. I love you."
The news comes one day after John's team released a statement that he was experiencing a "sudden onset" of COVID-19 symptoms and was admitted to the hospital on March 26. He was intubated two days later and by Sunday, his situation was described as "critical."
Fiona was previously diagnosed with the coronavirus but has since recovered.
Prine has built a storied career in folk music with 18 studio albums, including the Grammy-winning Fair & Square and his latest release, The Tree of Forgiveness, which reached the top five on the Billboard 200 in 2018.
Credit: Amy GranthamGraham Nash is the star of the latest installment of Rolling Stone's In My Room video series, which features musicians performing songs at their homes as they social-distance due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Nash's segment was shot at his New York City apartment and features the 78-year-old folk-rock legend playing three songs from Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young's classic 1970 debut album Déjà Vu, which celebrated its 50th anniversary this month.
Sitting at a piano, Graham begins the video by saying, "I'm here at my home, as I hope all of you are. We are all in this together, this coronavirus mess that we're in. I'd like to give a shout-out to all the medical people, all the postmen, all the postwomen, all the people that are risking their lives to make our lives better."
Nash then plays his classic ballad "Our House" on piano. He then continues with some advice on staying safe and healthy during the crisis.
"Stay at home. Let's not spread this virus any further. Let's wash our hands. Let's listen to the scientists. Let's listen to the doctors that have the real facts. Let's stay together. We're all in it together. We will make it together."
Graham then picks up an acoustic guitar and plays the Stephen Stills-penned tune "4 20," recalling that when Stills first played it for him, "I was completely amazed, it's so beautiful."
Nash returns to the piano for his final song, "Teach Your Children."
Graham recently postponed a series of spring U.S. concerts because of the coronavirus pandemic, and he's now rescheduled them in November. Here are the new dates:
11/6 -- Glenside, PA, Keswick Theatre (rescheduled from 3/13) 11/7 -- Rocky Mount, VA, Harvester Performance Center (rescheduled from 3/14) 11/10 -- Clearwater, FL, Bilheimer Capitol Theatre (rescheduled from 3/19) 11/12 -- Ponte Vedra Beach, FL, Ponte Vedra Concert Hall (rescheduled from 3/18) 11/13 -- Ponte Vedra Beach, FL, Ponte Vedra Concert Hall (rescheduled from 3/22) 11/14 -- Coral Springs, FL, Coral Springs Center for the Arts (rescheduled from 3/21) 11/16 -- Nashville, TN, CMA Theater (rescheduled from 3/28) 11/17 -- Huntsville, AL, Mars Music Hall (rescheduled from 3/25) 11/18 -- Asheville, NC, Diana Wortham Theatre (rescheduled from 3/29) 11/20 -- Cincinnati, OH, Memorial Hall (rescheduled from 3/31) 11/21 -- St. Louis, MO, The Pageant (rescheduled from 4/1)