Saturday 7 ORLANDO, FLORIDA Walt Disney Theater
Sunday 8 HOLLYWOOD, FLORIDA Seminole Hard Rock Casino
Tuesday 10 ST PETERSBURG , FLORIDA Mahaffey Theater
Thursday 12 ATLANTA, GEORGIA Fox
Saturday 14 MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE Graceland
Sunday 15 NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE Fisher Center
Wednesday 18 WASHINGTON, DC The Anthem
Saturday 21 NEW YORK CITY United Palace Theater
Sunday 22 NEW YORK CITY United Palace Theater
Tuesday 24 NEW YORK CITY United Palace Theater
Wednesday 25 NEW YORK CITY United Palace Theater
Guitar legend Carmen Vandenberg (BONES UK, Jeff Beck) sits down with EQD at Sunset Sound Studios in LA for a brand new episode of Board to Death!
Carmen runs through her current pedalboard which she is constantly evolving and updating for different purposes. Her array of pedals depends on whether she’s touring with BONES UK, accompanying another touring artist, or in the studio.
She talks about how she favors the EQD Westwood for a “bite-y” overdrive, and loves the Arrows clean boost. “It just makes anything sound better. It boosts it but it gives it more definition, kind of love having it on all the time,” says Carmen. She's also using the Sea Machine chorus and Afterneath otherworldly reverb on her board.
The game is a text adventure in which you put yourself in the skin of Morrissey and covers the period between the separation of The Smiths and the release of Viva Hate.
The plot: You are Morrissey and Gail, your manager, has lost the Suedehead sheet music which is divided into 4 pieces. You must travel and gather them to be able to record your first single.
You can download the game completely free of charge
Excerpt: People have been surprised that a pop star like you loved the Smiths.
My big brother Mike introduced me to them, and I went a bit nuts about them. The fact they were from my nearby city, where I’d go and buy records, blew my mind – a friend and I stalked [bassist] Andy Rourke around town once, amazed he was real. They still sound so unique, with this very English way of singing that only a few other bands, like Pulp, do well. I couldn’t sing about love in anything but a mid-Atlantic twang.
Johnny Marr tweeted criticism of your original Smiths covers shows with Blossoms in 2021. He’s since made up with them in person. Have you ever met?
No. We both played Electric Picnic recently and I watched his show – his style of...
Another large auction over 2 days.
Only a few relevant items:
"A yellow Dolce and Gabbana shirt (16 1/2 / 42 on sizing label) owned and worn by Morrissey including on the cover of the album 'I Am Not a Dog On a Chain', as well as onstage at Manchester G-Mex, 23rd December 2006. Sold with original ticket stub from the concert as well as typed letter of provenance detailing how the original owner caught the shirt when it was thrown into the crowd by Morrissey."
"A tambourine (approx 10") diameter bearing signatures in various inks by Morrissey, Johnny Marr, Andy Rourke, Mike Joyce. Believed to have been stage used and signed c 1984/5. Mounted and framed (frame 16.5x16.5")."