Great news, concertgoers! After Ticketmaster delivered customers tons of vouchers redeemable for two free tickets after losing a huge Class Action lawsuit, the list of eligible shows and venues were revealed yesterday. To the chagrin of many fans around the country, all of the shows were at Live Nation-owned amphitheatres, most of which are not located near major metropolitan areas.Well, fear not, as it seems Ticketmaster have been forced to add more shows and venues to their list, with additions popping up for several venues run by Live Nation’s House Of Blues subsidiary in New York City, Las Vegas, Orlando, Cincinnati, and more.Admittedly, the shows are a mixed bag, but with the vouchers remaining active until 2020, it seems there will be tons of opportunities for fans to use these vouchers. Here’s to hoping all of our favorite bands play Live Nation venues in the next four years, so all of our vouchers can go to good use, and we get retribution for our years of abuse-via-Ticketmaster!
Starting tonight at 9 PM, Lettuce’s killer set from Lockn’ Festival will be broadcast on Qello Concerts for free. Simultaneously, Let Us Play, the official Lettuce documentary, will be available with a subscription to Qello, the world’s largest collection of full-length concerts and music documentaries.The 45-minute film, directed by Human Being Media and produced by Live for Live Music, merges footage from live sets, recording sessions, interviews, and candid scenes from the road. Filmed over a six-month period, the footage chronicles the mechanics of improvisation and the artistry behind making a funk record. Viewers will get an in-depth diagnosis of the band, who they are as artists, how they work together and use their ridiculous expertise to come up with some of the funkiest music around.You can watch Qello on Apple TV, Roku, Chromecast and more (click here for a full list of devises). Qello has thousands for shows spanning 10 decades and every genre. Click here to begin your free seven-day trial.
Six Nations 2019: Adam Beard replaces Cory Hill (ankle) for Wales’ clash with Scotland He was considered in the running to take on the Azzurri on Saturday but limped out of training Tuesday after hurting the same knee.Ewels has 10 caps to his name, his last coming in November against Australia. Related News England has called up Charlie Ewels to their squad to face Italy as injury cover for Maro Itoje.Second row Itoje missed the win over France and the loss to Wales in Cardiff that ended England’s Six Nations Grand Slam hopes with a knee injury sustained in the tournament opener against Ireland on Feb. 2. Gloucester’s Ollie Thorley has also been named to the squad as injury cover for Jack Nowell, who suffered a shoulder stinger against Wales.