Yes announce Relayer tour dates for June 2023

Yes bring their Relayer Album Series live show to the UK in June 2023

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Prog legends  Yes  have announced they will now bring their live shows of 1974's Relayer album to the UK in June. It follows the band taking the show around Europe in May and early June .

Originally scheduled for this year (having been postponed twice previously due to the pandemic), the band changed their live plans for 2022 in March when they announced that they would celebrate the 50th anniversary of Close To The Edge instead .

The tour will feature the current line-up of the band; Steve Howe (guitars), Geoff Downes (keyboards), Jon Davison (lead vocals, acoustic guitar), Billy Sherwood (bass guitar) with Jay Schellen (drums and percussion) stepping into Alan White’s shoes following his passing in May 2022.

The show will comprise of two sets by the band: a classic Yes set first, followed by the Relayer album in full.

The UK Relayer Tour dates 2023: Jun 10: Birmingham Symphony Hall Jun 11: Southend Cliffs Pavilion Jun 12: York Barbican Jun 14 Glasgow Royal Concert Hall Jun 15: Gateshead The Sage Jun 16: Liverpool Philharmonic Hall Jun 18: Manchester Bridgewater Hall Jun 20: London Eventim Apollo

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Regretfully and due to circumstances beyond the band’s control, Yes have been forced to postpone their planned 2023 tour to 2024.

The concert due to take place on Monday 12 June 2023 will now take place on Tuesday 28 May 2024.  Original tickets will be valid.  

Progressive legends YES are set to return as part of The Classic Tales of YES Tour.

The tour promises to include many iconic tracks from the YES back-catalogue covering fifty-plus years and, possibly, music from the new album Mirror To The Sky.

The tour will feature Steve Howe (guitars, vocals), Geoff Downes (keyboards), Billy Sherwood (bass guitar, vocals), Jon Davison (vocals and acoustic guitar) and new drummer Jay Schellen. Jay began playing with YES in 2016, when long-serving drummer Alan White was beset by health issues. Following Alan’s untimely passing in 2022, it is with Alan’s blessing that Jay has permanently joined the band.

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Review & Setlist: The Magnetic Fields deliver the sincere silliness of “69 Love Songs” at Roadrunner

T he premise is a bit daunting — in more ways than one. For the first time in about a quarter century, The Magnetic Fields are playing the entirety of their iconic album, “69 Love Songs,” on tour.

Yes, all 69 songs.

With arrangements varying from those committed to the triple-CD set once upon a time, the eight-piece ensemble embarked on the endeavor with a tour kickoff at Roadrunner in Allston on Sunday night, maneuvering carefully but playfully through the first half of the eclectic mix.

Billed as a 25th anniversary tour of songwriter-vocalist Stephin Merritt’s seriously unserious 1999 collection, these shows follow the diverse tracklist in order, spanning the irreverent and dizzying array of the genre-swapping indie pop experiment in clichés that won over critics upon its release in 1999.

Sunday’s show encompassed 35 songs — many of them the signature, short takes on the modern love song that fill the Boston-formed band’s album, from the four-line acapella song, “Roses” (the shortest at 28-seconds), to the Fleetwood Mac-flavored “Sweet-Lovin’ Man” (the longest at just under 5 minutes).

Together, they covered two hours and two minutes, broken in half by a 21-minute intermission. As is the case with the other stops on this tour, the Fields will play the latter half of the album during a second performance at Roadrunner on Monday night.

“This is part number one, show number one, night number one of the thousandth show,” Merritt, in a deadpan delivery, quipped as the band strolled out on stage to begin, demonstrating he, too, is acutely aware of the ground the Fields have to cover each night.

Until Sunday night, such a feat was only attempted seven times, or so says a count on the album’s Wikipedia page. Longtime local fans may recall one of those performances — also over the course of two nights — at the Somerville Theatre in December 2000.

Cheers erupted when vocalist and pianist Claudia Gonson took an informal poll of the crowd at Roadrunner by asking who there was also at the Somerville gig all those years ago. Laughter quickly followed when Gonson then asked who there wasn’t born yet in 2000.

“It was easier when I was 25,” she remarked not long after when she finished singing the quick-moving, nearly tongue-twisting, and still just-as-lively, “Reno Dakota.”

But signs of wear accumulated by those 25 years that have passed were largely unnoticeable on Sunday. 

Shirley Simms still carried her own in singing the jangly “Come Back from San Francisco,” and the searching “No One Will Ever Love You.”

Merritt’s mumbly baritone remains, seemingly, well intact, with plenty of play throughout the set, including in the gentle “I Don’t Believe in the Sun,” in the head-bopping “Fido, Your Leash Is Too Long,” and in the comical “A Pretty Girl Is Like …”

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“The Book of Love,” the fan-revered album standout, was beautifully framed by cellist Sam Davol, while Dudley Klute, one of the record’s original guest singers, skillfully reprised his vocals on “The Luckiest Guy on the Lower East Side” and “Very Funny.” Guitarist and vocalist Anthony Kacynzski brought the show to a warm close, taking the lead on “Promises of Eternity.”

Guitarist-banjoist John Woo and electronic musician Chris Ewen also helped keep a tight rhythm section going throughout the long stretch of material. (Merritt acknowledged, though, the absence of vocals on several songs from LD Beghtol, who died in 2020 . Band member Susan Anway, who sang on the group’s first two albums, also died in 2021.)

Aside from the billing itself, there was little fanfare made around the milestone anniversary — i.e. no stories offered or “remember when” kinds of moments fans often like to devour on these types of commemoration tours. And while pauses between songs occasionally allowed for some banter, the Fields, sitting stationary throughout, largely kept the music flowing — perhaps because of the 35-song setlist, or perhaps because of Merritt’s own self-admitted dislike of playing live . 

In that vein of honesty, Merritt also once said “69 Love Songs” uses “fraudulent authenticity,” yet, perhaps strangely, Sunday’s show — and possibly by extension, this tour — feels, however, like it’s built on sincerity, or at least heartily sustained by it. 

In a cult-following-like-fashion, the Boston crowd hung closely to Merritt and company down that meandering path in song. Apparently, 25 years on, in a completely corny but true kind of way, “69 Love Songs” is still feeling plenty of love.

Setlist for the Magnetic Fields at Roadrunner, March 24, 2024

The Magnetic fields took the stage at 8:21 p.m. The show ended at 10:23 p.m.

  • Absolutely Cuckoo
  • I Don’t Believe in the Sun
  • All My Little Words
  • A Chicken with Its Head Cut Off
  • Reno Dakota
  • I Don’t Want to Get Over You
  • Come Back From San Francisco
  • The Luckiest Guy on the Lower East Side
  • Let’s Pretend We’re Bunny Rabbits
  • The Cactus Where Your Heart Should Be
  • I Think I Need a New Heart
  • The Book of Love
  • Fido, Your Leash Is Too Long
  • How F–ing Romantic
  • The One You Really Love
  • Parades Go By

Intermission (21 minutes)

  • Boa Constrictor
  • A Pretty Girl Is Like…
  •  My Sentimental Melody
  • Nothing Matters When We’re Dancing
  •  Sweet-Lovin’ Man
  • The Things We Did and Didn’t Do
  • Love Is Like Jazz
  • When My Boy Walks Down the Street
  • Time Enough for Rocking When We’re Old
  • Grand Canyon
  • No One Will Ever Love You
  • If You Don’t Cry
  • You’re My Only Home
  • (Crazy for You But) Not That Crazy
  • My Only Friend
  • Promises of Eternity

Magnetic Fields plays night two of their “69 Love Songs” 25th year celebration Monday, March 25, at 8 p.m. at Roadrunner .

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Bob Dylan’s Stunning ‘Outlaw’ Tour Set List: A Song by Song Guide

By Andy Greene

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The Outlaw Music Festival Tour has generated much attention due to Willie Nelson’s extended absence from the first two weeks of shows due to illness, Lukas Nelson stepping in for his father with occasional help from guests like Derek Trucks, Susan Tedeschi, and Edie Brickell, the triumphant return of Willie on July 4, and the weird Bob Dylan shirt sold every night at the merch stand.

The changes in the show aren’t limited to the song selections. Drummer Jerry Pentecost left the band and was replaced by Dylan’s gospel-era bandmate Jim Keltner. Pedal steel guitarist Donnie Heron also left the band after an 18-year stint. What remains is a lean quartet of Keltner, bassist Tony Garnier, and guitarists Bob Britt and Doug Lancio. They’re hitting large outdoor amphitheaters packed with Willie Nelson fans, and playing with a joy and abandon not felt at Dylan concerts in years. 

The opening night set in Alpharetta, Georgia, was completely unique and especially wild, but it quickly coalesced into a 15-song show he’s been repeating every evening. Here’s our song-by-song guide, including fan-shot videos, since audience members are allowed to film the show for the first time in many years.

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4. “Little Queenie” (1959, Chuck Berry) Dylan’s love of Chuck Berry goes back to childhood, and over the years he’s honored him by playing “No Money Down,” “Nadine,” “Roll Over Beethoven,” “Johnny B. Goode,” and “Around and Around.” But he didn’t attempt “Little Queenie” until the kickoff of the Outlaw Tour. It’s a chance for Lancio and Britt to trot out their best Berry riffs, and an opportunity for Dylan to party like it’s his senior year of high school. (This is now one of the few covers that both Bob Dylan and the Rolling Stones have in their live repertoire.)

5. “Mr. Blue” (1959, the Fleetwoods) In the early days of the Basement Tapes sessions, Dylan and the Band laid down a truncated version of “Mr. Blue” by doo-wop act the Fleetwoods. It would be another 57 years before Dylan revisited “Mr. Blue” on the opening night of the Outlaw tour. It’s a tender rendition where Dylan has little accompaniment from his band until the first chorus hits. The song was Number One for a single week in November 1959 when it managed to briefly topple Bobby Darin’s “Mack the Knife” from the top spot. Dylan returning to it in 1967 and again in 2024 is yet more evidence that the music we love at 18 stays with us forever. 

7. “Can’t Wait” (1997) We’re back to Time Out of Mind at this point for “Can’t Wait,” which hadn’t been played since 2019 prior to this tour. Every tiny bit of Daniel Lanois has been sucked from this one, and we’re left with Dylan slowly playing it on the piano, delivering the words almost spoken-word style. Accompaniment from the band is kept to a bare minimum. The result is remarkably stark and powerful. 

8. “Under The Red Sky” (1990) Few people knew it at the time, but Bob Dylan had an infant daughter, Desiree Gabrielle Dennis-Dylan, when he created Under the Red Sky . It explains why the album was dedicated to “Gabby Goo Goo,” and why so many of the songs seem like nursery rhymes. The title track is about a little boy and a little girl that wind up baked together in a pie, and it hadn’t been played live since 2013. 

9. “Things Have Changed” (2000) Dylan won an Oscar for this song from the 2000 Curtis Hanson movie The Wonder Boys , and it’s been a staple of his live show ever since. They’ve worked up a bluesier, guitar-driven arrangement for this tour that’s hard to even spot as “Things Have Changed” until the vocals start. He wrote the song from the perspective of the Michael Douglas character in the film, but it’s become a theme song to many during the insanity of the past decade or so: “People are crazy and times are strange/I’m locked in tight, I’m out of range/I used to care, but things have changed.”

11. “Six Days on the Road” (1963, Earl Green/Carl Montgomery) The very month that Bob Dylan dropped The Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan in 1963, country singer Dave Dudley landed a massive country hit with the trucker anthem “Six Days on the Road.” Over the years, it’s been covered by everyone from Jim Croce and Michael Nesmith to Steve Earle and Tom Petty’s band Mudcrutch. Dylan played the song on his Theme Time Radio Hour SiriusXM show, but there’s no record of him performing it prior to this tour. Debuting it while out on the road with Willie Nelson makes a lot of sense: It has a strong outlaw country vibe.

12. “Soon After Midnight” (2012) On the actual 2012 Tempest tour, as opposed to the slightly fictional one advertised on the bizarre t-shirt available at the Outlaw merch stand, the Tempest ballad “Soon After Midnight” was performed at just two of 33 shows. It became a Never Ending Tour staple after that with over 480 live performances. Think about that. In that time, he hasn’t done “Mr. Tambourine Man,” “The Times They Are A-Changin’,” “I Shall Be Released,” “Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door,” or “Forever Young” even once. And we get “Soon After Midnight” over 480 times. His complete and total disregard for what most audience members want to hear, especially at a show packed with casual fans like this one, is laudable and extremely rare. So, if you want to hear an oldie, punch it up on Spotify.

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15. “I’ll Be Your Baby Tonight” (1967) We go from sad memories of a lost romance to a sweet love song from John Wesley Harding to wrap up the set. It’s an unusual arrangement that starts with Dylan unaccompanied at the piano before it kicks into a rave-up, and then slows backs down and gets bluesy at the end. “Kick your shooooes off,” Dylan sings. Have no feaaaarrr/Bring that boootle/Overheeeere/I’ll be…I’ll be your baby toniiiiiiight.” It’s a great showcase for the band, and the perfect way to close out one of the best (and most unexpected) live sets Dylan has delivered in many years.

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AJR in Phoenix: Ultimate guide to the Footprint Center concert

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The AJR brothers are on their first arena tour. The Maybe Man Tour makes its way to downtown Phoenix for a concert at Footprint Center on Friday, July 12.

The tour is in support of "The Maybe Man," their fifth studio album, which All Music praised for the way they "continue to turn their personal pain and anxieties into universally relatable pop anthems."

AJR explained the inspiration for the album in a statement.

“In your mid-to-late twenties, you start to think about your life," they wrote. "There’s endless potential, but it’s also scary because you don’t know who you’re going to be. This album examines that personal existential crisis and the prevalent question of, ‘Who am I?’”

Here's everything you need to know before you see AJR at Footprint Center.

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Where is the AJR concert in Phoenix?

The AJR tour makes its way to Footprint Center, 201 E. Jefferson St., in downtown Phoenix, on Friday, July 12.

What time should I get to Footprint Center for AJR?

Footprint Center doors open at 6 p.m. The concert starts at 6:45 p.m.

AJR Phoenix concert: How to get tickets

As of Monday, July 1, resale tickets were available at  ticketmaster.com .

How much are AJR tickets?

As of Monday, July 1, resale ticket prices started at $81 for the Phoenix concert. Resale ticket prices tend to fluctuate a lot as you get closer to the concert date.

AJR Maybe Man Tour setlist 2024

This is the setlist from AJR's concert in Detroit on June 30:

  • “Maybe Man”
  • “Yes I'm a Mess”
  • “I Won't” / “Birthday Party”
  • “The DJ Is Crying for Help”
  • “God Is Really Real”
  • “The Good Part”
  • “Touchy Feely Fool”
  • “Turning Out” / “Turning Out Pt. ii”/ “Turning Out Pt. iii”
  • “World's Smallest Violin” (performed in the audience)
  • “Steve's Going to London” (performed in the audience)
  • “Burn the House Down”
  • “Way Less Sad”
  • “Don't Throw Out My Legos”
  • “100 Bad Days”

Who is AJR touring with in 2024?

Mxmtoon and Almost Monday are opening for the AJR tour in Phoenix.

Can I bring water to Footprint Center?

No outside food, beverages, coolers, bottles or cans may be brought into Footprint Center, although one sealed plastic water bottle is allowed per guest for Suns, Mercury and Rattlers games. Sealed water bottles may be prohibited for select concerts. 

Children's items, such as baby bottles and formula, are allowed.

What is the bag policy at Footprint Center? Can I bring a bag?

Standard backpacks are not permitted inside Footprint Center. 

Single-compartment drawstring bags, purses and diaper bags that have the appearance of a standard backpack and media backpacks are allowed if they meet the NBA bag-size requirements of 14 by 14 by 6 inches.

Guests with bags larger than 4 by 6 inches are required to be screened through X-ray machines. Guests with no bags or clutches smaller than 4 inches by 6 inches can use Evolv express entry lanes. 

What is prohibited at Footprint Center for concerts?

The following items are not allowed inside Footprint Center for concerts:

  • Backpacks, with the exception of single-compartment drawstring bags that meet the NBA bag-size requirements and media backpacks that have been screened at the media entrance. Purses and diaper bags are allowed if they meet the size requirements.
  • Bottles, cans and coolers.
  •  Video and recording devices, including Go Pros & Google Glasses.
  • Illegal substances.
  • Laser pointers.
  • Outside food and beverages.
  • Whistles, horns or other noise makers.
  • Weapons of any kind (no knives or mace/pepper spray of any size).
  • Computers and laptops. 
  • Halloween-style masks may not be worn upon entry and in concourses but will be permitted when guests are in seats.
  • Selfie sticks.
  • Offensive clothing or masks.

Footprint Center reserves the right to amend the above list without notice.

Can I bring a sign to Footprint Center?

Banners and signs are allowed at Footprint Center; they must be constructed of flame-retardant material. Signs must be made of a soft material that can be folded (e.g. poster board or cloth). Banners or signs may not be commercial in nature or obscene or cause any disturbance to other fans.

Banners and signs must be hand-held and may not obstruct the view of other guests or Footprint Center advertising signage or be temporarily or permanently affixed to the building structure. Footprint Center reserves the right to remove any banner or sign. Signs should not be larger than 11 by 17 inches. 

Is Footprint Center cashless?

Cash is not accepted at Footprint Center. Use Visa, Mastercard, American Express or Discover.

You can convert cash onto a preloaded Mastercard by visiting one of the venue's reverse ATMs near the Ticket Office or Section 218.

Footprint Center smoking policy

Footprint Center is a smoke-free facility with no designated smoking area outside. Smoking of all kinds, including e-cigarettes, is prohibited. Guests who fail to comply will be asked to cease smoking. Those continuing to violate the policy will be ejected.

Footprint Center reentry policy

Reentry is not available for any games, concerts or events at Footprint Center.

Footprint Center lost and found

Contact a Footprint Center staff member for assistance. Found items may be turned in to the Guest Services Office. Guests may also call the Footprint Center security department at 602-379-2055.

First aid at Footprint Center

In the event of an emergency, notify any Footprint Center representative or uniformed police officer to ensure that emergency personnel are notified.

Paramedics and EMTs are present during all events at Footprint Center. First aid is located on the main concourse across from Section 116.

Footprint Center parking

Footprint Center has more than 700 parking spaces, including parking for guests with disabilities. Parking prices vary by event. Call the Footprint Center Parking Office at 602-379-2003 for specific information.

You can purchase parking at Footprint Center and nearby lots in advance at  parkwhiz.com .

Footprint Center driving directions

Footprint Center is at 201 E. Jefferson St. in downtown Phoenix.

If you're coming from north Phoenix/Scottsdale:

Take State Route 51 south to the Interstate 10 East interchange. Exit I-10 at Washington/Jefferson Street. Turn right on Washington Street to Third Street. Turn left on Third Street to Footprint Center.

If you're coming from west/southwest Phoenix:

Take Interstate 10 East to the Seventh Avenue exit. Turn right on Seventh Avenue to Jefferson Street. Turn left on Jefferson Street to First Street. Footprint Center is on the corner of Jefferson Street and First Street.

If you're coming from east Phoenix :

Take Loop 202 west to I-10 west. Take I-10 west to the Seventh Street exit. Turn left on Seventh Street to Washington Street. Turn right on Washington Street to Third Street. Turn left on Third Street to Footprint Center.

If you're coming from northwest Phoenix/Glendale:

Take Interstate 17 south to Jefferson Street. Turn left on Jefferson Street to First Street. Footprint is on the corner of Jefferson Street and First Street.

If you're coming from the East Valley :

Take I-10 west to Washington/Jefferson Street. Turn left on Washington Street to Third Street. Turn left on Third Street to Footprint Center.

Valley Metro light rail to Footprint Center

In partnership with Valley Metro light rail, Footprint Center and the Phoenix Suns have established the Rail Ride Event program, which allows guests who purchase a ticket to an event at Footprint Center to ride Valley Metro light rail at no additional cost on the day of the event.

Valley Metro will recognize Footprint Center event tickets as valid light rail fare on the day of the event for four hours prior to the start of the event through the end of the transit day.

Two important things to know:

  • You must have your event ticket on your person when riding the light rail and show it to a fare inspector upon request. Failure to show a valid ticket can result in fines ranging from $50 to $500.
  • Footprint Center event tickets are good for light rail only; they are not valid as bus fare.

Valley Metro park and ride locations

Here's a list of Valley Metro park and ride lots:

Phoenix:  19th and Dunlap avenues, 19th and Montebello avenues, 19th Avenue and Camelback Road, Seventh Avenue and Camelback Road, Central Avenue and Camelback Road and 38th and Washington streets.

Tempe:  Dorsey Lane and Apache Boulevard, McClintock Drive and Apache Boulevard, Loop 101 and Apache Boulevard.

Mesa:  Sycamore and Main Street; Mesa Drive and Main Street; Gilbert Road and Main Street.

Where are Uber and Lyft at Footprint Center?

Four recommended pickup/drop-off spots for ride shares are First and Jefferson streets (Footprint Center Plaza), Second Street (The Ryan), Third Street (Phoenix Convention Center), and Jefferson Street (Hotel Palomar/Arrogant Butcher).

Dua Lipa live at Mad Cool 2024: a festival transfixed by singer’s super-slick pop anthems

Two weeks after a stunning Glastonbury headline performance, the British-Albanian singer brings her all-out, uptempo show to Madrid

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If it’s hard to avoid a certain déjà vu while watching Dua Lipa ‘s high-octane Mad Cool slot, it’s because yes, we’ve seen it all before. Last month, the singer headlined Glastonbury’s Pyramid Stage for the first time , cementing her position as arguably the biggest mainstream artist to break out of Britain in the last decade. A fortnight on, she brings the very same set-up to Madrid – sans karaoke moment with Tame Impala’s Kevin Parker – replete with sequin-clad dancers and ‘80s arcade game-style lighting.

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But even the second time around, Lipa remains an electric, determined pop star: strong and laser-focused. She is intent on mixing newer tracks with beloved hit singles from her back catalogue, though the airy, rejuvenated feel of material from this year’s ‘Radical Optimism’ already feels well-suited to the sweltering Spanish weather. Opening with ‘Training Season’, the 28-year-old offers nimble chatter as she slides and slinks around the stage, moving in sync with her troupe. The likes of ‘Pretty Please’ and ‘Break My Heart’ are recontextualised, layered with house grooves that cast her vocals in a more sultry light.

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After the lights went down at Worthy Farm, a portion of Glastonbury coverage viewers at home accused Lipa of miming . There are no such concerns tonight: as if to further prove the point, she sprinkles extra riffs and vocal runs into ‘Illusion’, making herself heard loud and clear over blaring bass. ‘One Kiss’, which became something of an era-defining anthem for this city’s football fans (and their opponents) at the Champions League Final in 2018, is given extra zeal from a backing band that briefly teases a heavier, more industrial arrangement.

The energy never relents. One of the reasons music fans go to music festivals like Mad Cool is to feel: that goosebump-lifting, heart-expanding sensation that comes from being in a field together sharing huge singalong moments. Lipa understands that wholeheartedly. The entire show hinges on the tension between too-slick pop performance and the appeal of how she plays empowerment and musical euphoria off against simple refrains (‘Be The One,’ ‘New Rules’). She makes hard graft seem effortlessly glam.

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Melissa Etheridge connects with incarcerated women in new docuseries 'I'm Not Broken'

Melissa Etheridge realized two career dreams with her new docuseries “Melissa Etheridge: I’m Not Broken”: performing for imprisoned women and recording the concert for a live album

NEW YORK — Melissa Etheridge realized two career dreams with her new docuseries “Melissa Etheridge: I’m Not Broken”: performing for incarcerated women and recording the concert for a live album.

The singer-songwriter grew up in Leavenworth, Kansas — an area home to a well-known federal penitentiary and other state and military prisons — and when she was starting out, she found a receptive audience in people incarcerated there. Inspired by Johnny Cash’s famous prison concerts, the two-time Grammy winner won permission for a live show at the Topeka Correctional Facility, a Kansas women’s prison, with a film crew documenting the process.

In the series, which starts streaming on Paramount+ this week, Etheridge meets and corresponds with several people in the prison, learning how they ended up there. Their stories inspired her to write her new song, “A Burning Woman.” Many of the women had experienced drug addiction, and Etheridge said she connected with them after her 21-year-old son's 2020 opioid-related death.

Etheridge, 63, spoke to The Associated Press recently about her emotional 2023 performance and the new album. Answers have been edited for clarity and brevity.

AP: How was the experience of meeting the inmates and hearing their stories?

ETHERIDGE: When I went and heard their stories, I was blown away that they were all mothers. That just really broke my heart. And then just how relatable. This could be my sister. This could be my friends. There but for the grace of God go I.

AP: How was realizing your dream of recording a live album?

ETHERIDGE: When I grew up in the ’60s and ’70s, live albums were it. I mean, “Frampton Comes Alive!” That’s what you do if you can get to a point as a rock ‘n’ roll artist. I always wanted to and by the time I got there in the ‘90s, they were like, “No, there’s no live albums.” So finally! And I love this. It’s a really special concert. The setlist was curated for them. It had the few hit songs in it, but it had really deep tracks that really dealt with that longing and guilt and pain.

AP: You performed the new song at the live concert and it echoes some of the pain you heard in the inmates' stories. How did it feel to see their supportive response?

ETHERIDGE: It was even more than I thought it would be. That they jumped right on the call-and-response, and that they’ve got footage of the women saying “I’m not broken!” means everything. Because just saying “I’m not broken,” just saying “I’m worth it,” that was the whole intention for it. I hope people love it because it’s a rockin’ song. It’s a Melissa Etheridge song. I really like that.

AP: In the series, you play the new song for your wife, TV writer-producer Linda Wallem for feedback. Do you often solicit her opinion on new music?

ETHERIDGE: I love living with a creative woman. I love being married to someone whom I really trust their taste, because she doesn’t like a lot of things. She’s in entertainment — she’s been a director, a producer. She’s really used to telling people, “Hey, you might be able to do it a little better” — very famous people. So I know she’s not pulling any punches for me. And when she likes (the work) it means a lot to me because I don’t really have a lot of people that I can trust and be so raw with. I’m blessed to have a partner like that.

AP: There were several emotional moments in the concert, including when you sang about your son Beckett, who died from an opioid addiction — how was that experience?

ETHERIDGE: Before we walked on stage, I was with the band, and we all kind of huddled together and I just was like, “You know, this is a real dream come true.” And I went (mimics crying) “Oh, no, I’m on the edge here. This is not OK!” So I gathered myself together and I was all good until I started talking about that. To see 500 women who have been through more than I’ll ever — they’ve been through their trials and are not with their children. To see them show such empathy and compassion for me, that blew me away.

AP: It's so moving to hear you talk about Beckett. You're so wise and calm about his death in the series — how do you separate your grief, and did surviving cancer help you get clarity in that process?

ETHERIDGE: Plant medicine, plus cancer, and kind of a new outlook on life — and that was 20 years ago — it’s really worked for me because I’m very healthy and very happy. The idea that you suffer all your life and then at the end you’re going to get some sort of (reward) — that’s OK for some people, but I just don’t believe that. And that my son is in nonphysical (world), that life doesn’t end when we end, that there’s something in all of us that is eternal — those things comfort me, and so I believe them. It is the way that I walk through this, and I hope to inspire. But also, it helps me when I can speak directly. And every time I do say to someone, “Yes, he would want me to be happy,” I believe that and I know it.

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