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Guns N’ Roses Announce Fall 2019 Tour | Pitchfork
The Not in This Lifetime Tour returns to North America

Guns N’ Roses have added a bunch of headline shows to their fall tour. Below, check out the latest Not in This Lifetime Tour itinerary, which kicks of in September in Charlotte, North Carolina, and includes a handful of previously announced festival dates. The run also includes two nights at Caesars Palace Colosseum in Las Vegas. Get tickets here. (Pitchfork may earn a commission from purchases made through affiliate links on our site.)

The band has recently spent its time suing a brewery that sells a “Guns ’N’ Rosé” beer. Read Pitchfork’s new Sunday Review of AC/DC’s Back in Black and revisit the Appetite for Destruction review.

Guns N’ Roses:

09-25 Charlotte, NC Spectrum Center
09-28 Louisville, KY - Louder Than Life Festival
10-01 Jacksonville, FL - VyStar Veterans Memorial Arena
10-04 Austin, TX - Austin City Limits
10-07 Wichita, KS - INTRUST Bank Arena
10-11 Austin, TX - Austin City Limits
10-15 Lincoln, NE - Pinnacle Bank Arena
10-13 Manchester, TN - Exit 111 Festival
10-18 Guadalajara, Mexico - Estadio Jalisco
10-20 Tijuana, Mexico - Estadio Caliente
10-23 Oklahoma City, OK - Chesapeake Energy Arena
10-25 New Orleans, LA - Voodoo Festival
10-29 Salt Lake City, UT - Vivint Smart Home Arena
11-01 Las Vegas, NV - The Colosseum at Caesars Palace
11-02 Las Vegas, NV - The Colosseum at Caesars Palace




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Tove Lo - Glad He’s Gone

Tove Lo inadvertently embarks on a dangerous globetrotting adventure in her hilarious “Glad He’s Gone” video.

Directors Vania Heymann and Gal Muggia take the song’s premise — of friendship trumping a bad relationship — to the extreme. While out at brunch, the singer receives a call from a friend who’s just dumped a toxic romantic partner. In an effort to comfort her, Lo steps outside and ends up absentmindedly wandering to the (literal) ends of the Earth for her friend — braving deserts and tundras and even a prison stint, before ending up back at the diner right where she started out.


Taylor Swift - You Need To Calm Down

Everyone from Ryan Reynolds to RuPaul to Billy Porter appears in Taylor Swift’s music video for “You Need to Calm Down,” the second single off the singer’s upcoming seventh album Lover. The track highlights Swift’s support for the LGBTQ+ community, a theme that resonates throughout the video.

In the clip, directed by Swift and Drew Kirsch, Swift lives in a colorful trailer park, hanging out in an above-ground swimming pool as her trailer burns behind her. Her neighbors include numerous LGBTQ+ pop culture icons, including Laverne Cox, Adam Lambert, Ciara, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Queer Eye‘s Jonathan Van Ness and Ellen DeGeneres.


Donny Hathaway - Unsung (2008)

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Carlos Santana Brings Hope, Courage And Joy To A World 'Infected With Fear'
The guitar legend recorded 49 songs in 10 days for his latest album, Africa Speaks.

Carlos Santana is arguably one of the most influential guitarists of the last 50 years — from his groundbreaking performance at Woodstock to his millions of albums sold in the ‘70s to his revival in the late '90s thanks to the album Supernatural and its lead single “Smooth.” Santana’s latest album is called Africa Speaks, which just came out on June 7. It’s produced by Rick Rubin and features the vocals of Spanish singer Buika. He recorded 49 songs in 10 days for the album. Talk about your creative inspiration.

When asked why he needed to make this record, Santana explained, “This world right now is so infected with fear that we need this music from Africa to bring hope and courage and joy.”

In this session, Santana will talk about the story behind the song “Smooth,” from the multi-platinum album Supernatural which came out 20 years ago. And speaking of anniversaries, on the eve of Woodstock’s 50th, he recalls his legendary performance began with a prayer of sorts: “God, please help me to stay in tune and in time. And I’ll never do this ever again. I’ll never take mescaline or acid or whatever again.”

In addition, we’ve got some great live performances for you to hear from a concert he performed in Las Vegas in May with Buika. But first, we start off with the title track that opens Santana’s latest studio album. Hear it all in the player.


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