TODAY! (DE)TOUR, Morrison Hotel Gallery’s Virtual Charity Festival, NOW Streaming Live for COVID relief

Courtesy of the Morrison Hotel Gallery

The Morrison Hotel Gallery and Rolling Live Studios, in association with NIVA and MusiCares, are hosting (De)Tour, a day-long virtual charity festival. This is a free event, however, all donations will be matched by Spotify for COVID-19 relief are welcome. The festival is all day today, Saturday, August 15, 2020, with no set end time.

The unscheduled line up of performers includes Joseph Arthur, AWOLNATION, Badflower, Al Barr, Bluebonnets, Cheap Trick, Gilby Clarke, the Cringe, Michael Des Barres, Mike Flanigin, Sue Foley, Mike Garson, Billy Gibbons, Macy Gray, Lzzy Hale, Joan Jett, David Johansen, Lenny Kaye, Sean Lennon, Darryl McDaniels (a.k.a. DMC), Jesse Malin, Taylor Momsen, Eve Monsees, Charlotte Muhl, John Oates, Linda Perry, David Ramirez, Haley Reinhart, Gavin Rossdale, Carmine Rojas, Scream, Slash, Matt Sorum, South of Eden, Donita Sparks, Ringo Starr, Steve Stevens, Mickey Thomas, Meg Toohey, Uni, Kathy Valentine, Vintage Trouble, and more. 

Hosting the festival are Spotify Global Head of Rock, Allison Hagendorf, and MTV/VH1 personality, Matt Pinfield. Also in attendance will be legendary music photographers Danny Clinch, Henry Diltz, Lynn Goldsmith, Bob Gruen, and Mick Rock!

The event streams live on YouTube Live throughout the day from places as varied as the artists’ homes; New York City’s Bowery Electric; West Hollywood’s Whisky a Go Go; and Los Angeles’s the Roxy Theatre and the Viper Room. De(Tour) is free to stream, with donations to MusiCares and NIVA encouraged.

To donate and get more information on the show and the Morrison Hotel Gallery go to Rolling Live Studios.

(DE)TOUR live

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Lucretia Tye Jasmine

About Lucretia Tye Jasmine

Wild interests and an inclination to rage against the machine with a flair that could equal the groupies and rock stars who fascinate her, writer and artist from Kentucky, Lucretia Tye Jasmine, earned an MFA from CalArts (2006), and a BFA from Tisch (University Honors Scholar, 1988). Alien She, the Museum of Broken Relationships Hollywood, the Fales Special Collections Library at NYU, the Getty Center, Joanie 4 Jackie, MoPOP, the New York Times, and The Punk Museum Los Angeles have featured her work. Recent publications include essays in "Women Who Rock: From Bessie to Beyoncé, Girl Groups to Riot Grrrl," edited by Evelyn McDonnell (2018), and "Let It Bleed: How To Write A Rockin' Memoir," edited by Pamela Des Barres (2017), with online writing for Please Kill Me, Medium, and PRISM international. Current projects are the oral history mixtape zines: "riot grrrl Los Angeles 1992-1995," and "The Groupie Gospels."
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