Tag: The English Beat

Squeeze adds post-Coachella concerts with English Beat, eyes June tour with B-52s

Squeeze adds post-Coachella concerts with English Beat, eyes June tour with B-52s

Squeeze will take advantage of their booking at the newly expanded two-weekend Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival to book a short run of California dates around the fest this April, plus at least one East Coast concert later in the month with contemporaries Dave Wakeling and The English Beat.

The Psychedelic Furs, Tom Tom Club set to join forces for fall tour of the U.S.

The Psychedelic Furs, Tom Tom Club set to join forces for fall tour of the U.S.

While neither band has formally announced the trek, The Psychedelic Furs — hot off this summer’s 30th anniversary ‘Talk Talk Talk’ dates — have enlisted New Wave contemporaries Tom Tom Club for what appears to be at least a three-week tour of the United States this fall.

Milestones: US Festival kicked off 28 years ago today; watch Ramones’ full set — and more

Milestones: US Festival kicked off 28 years ago today; watch Ramones’ full set — and more

Twenty eight years ago today, the first of what would turn out to be two multi-day US Festivals — envisioned by their organizer, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak, as ‘Woodstock West’ — opened in blistering 110-degree heat at Glen Helen Regional Park in San Bernadino County, Calif.

Squeeze re-records old hits for new ‘Spot the Difference’ best-of; touring U.S., U.K.

Squeeze re-records old hits for new ‘Spot the Difference’ best-of; touring U.S., U.K.

Reunited British pop-rockers Squeeze will deliver a new 14-track best-of this summer featuring ‘all their classic hits re-recorded in a way so painstakingly faithful to the originals that they challenge you to spot the difference,’ according to a statement from the band.

‘Hot Tub Time Machine’ soundtrack features New Order, Replacements, Echo & Bunnymen

‘Hot Tub Time Machine’ soundtrack features New Order, Replacements, Echo & Bunnymen

Out March 23, the soundtrack to ‘Hot Tube Time Machine’ features such ’80s film staples as Echo & The Bunnymen’s ‘Bring On the Dancing Horses’ and New Order’s ‘Bizarre Love Triangle,’ plus tracks by The Replacements (‘I Will Dare’), INXS (‘What You Need’) and The English Beat (‘Save it For Later’).

Dave Wakeling’s English Beat, Fishbone to tour U.S. clubs in February, March

Dave Wakeling’s English Beat, Fishbone to tour U.S. clubs in February, March

Tweet The Dave Wakeling-led reincarnation of 2 Tone-era ska act The English Beat and ska-punk survivors Fishbone will co-headline a month-long string of U.S. club […]