“It’s hard to get beyond the sad part of, the longing of missing Glenn. But in a deep sort of weird way, it’s a way of healing and living through grief for our family,” she tells the Associated Press, while promoting the new Glenn box set, “Above the Clouds: the Collection,” which drops today. “It’s a family reunion for all of us and we’re all doing it together.”
She adds, “I don’t know that there’d be anything else we could do that’d make us move through our grief in this way. As painful as it is at times, it’s also deeply healing and comforting. It sort of makes us feel closer. Like, somehow we’re holding him even closer in some sort of strange weird way.”
- Deacon admits it’s “really scary and really exciting” to be performing in his father’s place. “Well I definitely practice more than I have for other shows I’ve done… It definitely takes more work,” he says. “It’s definitely a larger scale operation and the standard is a lot higher for performance.”
And Congrats to our the winner of our Eagles in Vancouver contest, Cory Hudson. She was pretty excited to win the trip.
- June 28th: Fox Theatre – St. Louis, Mo.
- June 30thand July 1st: Auditorium Theatre – Chicago
- July 3rd: Fox Theatre – Detroit
- July 11thand 12th: Wang Theatre – Boston
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Dave Matthews Band is getting ready to drop their next album “Come Tomorrow” and they’ve officially dropped the first single off that album, “Samurai Cop (Oh Joy Begin).” They’ve previously played the song in live shows, first debuting back in 2016, but this is the first studio recording of the track and will serve as the lead single off the album.
“Billboard” describes the track as Matthews’ “plea for unity” singing the chorus, “Let’s not forget these early days, remember we began the same, we lose our way, of fear and pain.” You can check out more of the song to the right. “Come Tomorrow” is due out June 8th and is available for pre-order now.
Source: Dave Matthews Band