April 4 | 7:00 PM Pacific
Bud Light (Facebook & Twitter)
Prior to releasing his next solo studio album and performing for sold-out festival crowds later this summer, Post Malone will take the Bud Light Dive Bar stage to perform for an intimate crowd in Nashville on Wednesday, April 4. Following-up on crowd-pleasing Dive Bar Tour performances in years past, which have featured Lady Gaga, John Mayer and G-Eazy, America’s favorite light lager is continuing the popular series in 2018 with artists that they consider friends and fans of Bud Light. The Bud Light Dive Bar Tour is an extension of the brand’s friendship platform that celebrates the value of building friendships over music and beers. This year, The Bud Light Dive Bar Tour will share some surprises in advance of each show to get music fans even closer to their favorite artists. As in previous Dive Bar Tour shows, Post Malone could also be joined by some surprise musical friends during his performance. Don’t miss a minute of the action!
April 5 | 3:00 AM Pacific
Jazz Music Institute
Having recently completed their first east coast tour of Australia, a restless Milton Man Gogh has curated a cracker night of music at Jazz Music Institute (JMI) live, featuring some of the most creative and genuine musicians who reside in this fine city. Sounds good? It gets better. Featuring the debut performance of the new Brisbane incarnation of Martin Kay’s Forage up first, Milton Man Gogh will then perform re-arrangements of their original music old and new, and in the true MMG spirit of collaboration, they will be joined by the unparalleled creativity of vocalist and improviser Kristin Berardi! Join Milton, Kristin and Forage from JMI Live for an evening of improvising and collaboration; who knows what could happen? Tune in to find out for yourselves!
April 4-7 | Times TBD
Lisboa Electronica Musiculture is an event created with the objective of bringing together and attracting to the city all individuals and companies operating in the electronic music industry. It has the objective of promoting the city abroad and to involve the locals and all the production technologies associated with it. It’s program is divided between a cultural and didactic program on one side, and a party/recreational program on the other. The event goes on for 4 days, scheduled for the 4th, 5th 6th & 7th of April featuring live sets streaming thanks to BE-AT.TV.
April 5 | 11:00 AM Pacific
Are frontmen made or born? The six members of Joe Hertler & The Rainbow Seekers are in the perfect position to answer that question. Four of them have fronted other projects, but during the past few years they have united under first-time bandleader, Hertler, to create sublime folk tinged with Motown, funk, and pop. ‘When we met Joe,’ says bassist and producer of Hertler’s first album, Kevin Pritchard, ‘He was a weird dude with sideburns hiding behind an accordion. Now he’s a confident front man with a flower on his head and a mic in his hand.’ The essence of Joe Hertler & The Rainbow Seekers is the energy they bring to their live performances. ‘The live show is the purpose of the band. This is why we make music. Playing music is a symbiotic process, and without a crowd it is just a bunch of guys jamming,’ says Hertler. ‘We believe that performance is not a High Art operation, and that you should do anything you can to ensure that the crowd is having a good time. From pinatas to confetti, to fog, to flowers, to drum solos, to strobe lights, to Thor, to showinford battles – literally anything goes.’ Watch them live from where we first had the chance of discovering them years ago, on Audiotree Live.
April 7 | 5:00 PM Pacific
Having built a massive fanbase over the years, Lotus tours heavily selling out headline shows across the county and playing festivals such as Bonnaroo, Outside Lands, and more. Whether you catch Lotus in outdoor amphitheaters, the country’s best theaters, intimate clubs or a variety of festivals, you can expect to have an experience of the senses. The band’s new album, Eat the Light, is a first for Lotus – an album with vocals on every song. Guest singers appear throughout ranging from soulful to indie and electronic to rock. The tracks bubble with contagious dance energy and blast into orbit with sing-along choruses. The tightly produced yet raw grooves recall sounds of The Talking Heads, Jamiroquai, and LCD Soundsystem. Don’t miss this live webcast from The Capitol Theatre this Saturday night thanks to Nugs.TV.
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