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Harvard & Stone NYE with Peter Hayes (acoustic set) & Jesse Hughes (EODM)

For those of you in (or planning to be in) LA, check out this event at Harvard & Stone on New Year’s Eve:

harvardstonenyeOrder tickets via Eventbrite:

Harvard & Stone is very proud to announce we’ll be continuing our annual tradition with Jesse Hughes of Eagles Of Death Metal this NYE! This will be a benefit for the victims of the Paris attacks last month with proceeds going to Jesse & Josh Homme’s Sweet Stuff Foundation.

We’re ringing in H&S’ fifth new year with special performances by BRMC’s Peter Hayes, the H&S dancers Jillian & Lil’ Jenni, the legendary H&S band and DJs Dan & Lindsay Mancini plus Yael Vengroff & Joey Bernardo in R&D. Backed by the H&S band, Father Badass himself will be taking the stage and ringing in the New Year at midnight. Our friends at Pernod Ricard and St. Germain are also proud sponsors of the night.

Your ticket includes open bar all night: all craft cocktails & punches, craft beers, bottomless champagne, and of course, karma for days.

To donate directly to Jesse & Josh Homme’s Sweet Stuff Foundation go to:
https://www.thesweetstufffoundation.org/donate/

For table reservations, don’t buy tickets, email us directly at reservations@harvardandstone.com.

BRMC Mailing List sign up

For those of you who want to join BRMC’s mailing list for the free download of the “Ordinary Boy” demo, visit the BRMC Store and put your email address in the bottom form:

Ordinary Boy (demo)

BRMC has surprised us all with a most excellent Christmas gift, thanks BRMC!  Hopefully, it will make the next album!

We wanted to share a demo of a new BRMC song called ‘Ordinary Boy’ with you. We hope you enjoy it, and wish you all happy holidays.

Posted by Black Rebel Motorcycle Club (Official Page) on Friday, December 25, 2015

UPDATE: There’s now a higher res version on YouTube:

“Hey everyone, here is a higher quality version of the new song. We’ve had issues in the past with the Facebook direct video links.
Thank you for all your overwhelmingly kind comments though, it means a lot.
Also stay tuned for a downloadable version to arrive shortly in your inbox if you’re on the BRMC mailing list.”

RAMfest 2016 postponed due to crippling rand

According to Channel24 and RAMfest’s Facebook page, RAMfest is currently postponed:

The really, really strange South African currency situation has forced us to cancel all of the international artists…

Posted by RAMfest on Monday, December 14, 2015

BRMC at Education Through Music LA fundraiser

ETMLAOver the weekend, BRMC played an acoustic version of “Ain’t No Easy Way” at a benefit for Education Through Music Los Angeles, here’s an excerpt of the Press Release on the ETMLA website:

Press Release: A Musical Benefit Celebrating ETM-LA’s 10th Anniversary
November 25, 2015
A Musical Benefit Honoring Paramount Pictures’ President of Worldwide Music and Publishing, Randy Spendlove, and Veteran Teacher Asuncion Ojeda

LOS ANGELES – November 19, 2015 – Sunday, December 6th, 2015 will be a note-worthy evening as Education Through Music-Los Angeles (ETM-LA) hosts its 10th Anniversary Benefit Gala. Supporters from the music and film community will gather to honor Paramount Pictures’ President of Worldwide Music & Publishing, Randy Spendlove, and Music Teacher (Los Angeles Unified School District) Asuncion Ojeda at the Skirball Cultural Center.

Honorary chairs of the gala include music education champions and celebrities such as Ellie Kemper, Ed Helms, Common, who will present the award to Spendlove, Imagine Dragons, John Debney, Mayor Eric Garcetti, Michael Giacchino, Rickey Minor, along with other community leaders.

Special presenters and performers featured include Gala Host Eric McCormack (Actor/Will and Grace), En Vogue, Grammy Award-Winning Artist Michelle Branch, Goo Goo Dolls’ John Rzeznik, and Black Rebel Motorcycle Club.

Students from Education Through Music-LA Partner Schools in Los Angeles, Compton, Burbank and Pasadena Unified will perform the Academy Award® and Golden Globe-winning song “Glory” from Paramount Pictures’ Academy Award®-nominated film Selma. Proceeds from the event will benefit ETM-LA, a nonprofit organization which promotes the integration of music into the core curriculum of low-income area schools for every child. Celebrating their 10th year, ETM-LA has grown from serving two schools and 800 children to 20 schools reaching approximately 10,000 children. This benefit will raise needed support for music teachers and instruments in disadvantaged schools across Los Angeles. Each year, ETM-LA lauds two Shining Star Honorees whose contributions through music have changed our lives.

BRMC also posted these images on Twitter:

New BRMC Merch Store

This is an exciting development:

Hey Guys,

We wanted to let you know that we have completely redesigned our merch store and have a new partner, who we are certain will provide the level of service that you are entitled to. We also have a number of new designs and products, including some really cool leather goods and some women’s-only shirts.

We invite you to check out the new store at http://www.brmcstore.com/.

From,
BRMC Management

Monster Children 49 photos by Tessa Angus

BRMC has posted these images from the Monster Children Annual Issue 49 that they are featured in on their Facebook page, photos by Tessa Angus:

UPDATE: Visit this page for a PDF scan of the feature.

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