Today, Ella Mai is releasing another Ellasode for her recently unrolled YouTube series. This Ellasode contains never before seen footage of the 24k Magic World Tour. After recently appearing in the lineup for NBC’s Christmas In Rockefeller Center show, Ella will be performing on Good Morning America this Friday. She is also preparing to kick off The Debut Tour on January 8 in Birmingham, UK at O2 Institute 2.
GRAMMY nominated artist Tori Kelly will kick off a North American headline tour on October 18 at The Tabernacle in Atlanta, GA. The run is in support of her new project, Hiding Place, a powerful collection of R&B infused gospel songs that was produced by 12-time GRAMMY Award winner Kirk Franklin.
In addition to playing such venues as Warner Theatre in Washington DC (October 28) and Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium (November 8), Tori and her band will perform at several historic houses of worship, including New York City’s Riverside Church (October 30) and the Cathedral Sanctuary at Immanuel Presbyterian Church in Los Angeles (November 16 & 17). Tickets go on sale Friday, September 14. See below for itinerary or visit www.torikellymusic.com
Capitol Records will release Hiding Place on September 14. The passion project follows Tori’s 2015 album Unbreakable Smile, which Idolator recently hailed as “one of the better debut albums in recent memory.” It entered the Billboard 200 at No. 2 and contained the Gold-certified singles “Nobody Love,” “Shouldߣve Been Us” and “Hollow”
Tori recorded Hiding Place primarily at Kirk Franklin’s studio just outside Dallas. Half of the songs were penned solely by Franklin, while the remaining tracks came from a collaboration between the two artists the first time that Franklin had ever co-written in a decades-long career that’s seen his songs performed by legends like Stevie Wonder and Whitney Houston.
Fans who pre-order / pre-save Hiding Place in digital format will instantly receive the first single “Never Alone” (feat.Kirk Franklin,) and “Help Us To Love” featuring The Hamiltones, official background vocalists for GRAMMY winner Anthony Hamilton. Other guests include Jonathan McReynolds and Lecrae. The video of Tori performing “Never Alone” live with Kirk Franklin, which has more than two million views, can be seen HERE.
Tori Kelly Hiding Place Tour
10/18 Atlanta, GA @ The Tabernacle
10/19 Birmingham, AL @ Lyric Theatre
10/21 Charlotte, NC @ McGlohon Theater at Spirit Square
10/22 Durham, NC @ Carolina Theatre
10/25 Munhall, PA @ Carnegie Music Hall of Homestead
10/27 Philadelphia, PA @ Temple Performing Arts Center
10/28 Washington, DC @ Warner Theatre
10/30 New York, NY @ Riverside Church
11/1 Detroit, MI @ Masonic Temple Theatre
11/2 Grand Rapids, MI @ Fountain Street Church
11/5 Chicago, IL @ Fourth Presbyterian Church
11/6 Chicago, IL @ Fourth Presbyterian Church
11/8 Nashville, TN @ Ryman Auditorium
11/11 Dallas, TX @ Majestic Theater
11/12 Austin, TX @ Paramount Theatre
11/13 Houston, TX @ Wortham Center Cullen Theater
11/16 Los Angeles, CA @ The Cathedral Sanctuary at Immanuel Presbyterian Church
11/17 Los Angeles, CA @ The Cathedral Sanctuary at Immanuel Presbyterian Church
11/19 San Francisco, CA @ Herbst Theater
Watch “Never Alone” here.
Isaac Gracie’s highly anticipated, self-titled debut album is out now via Virgin EMI/Republic Records.
The album was largely produced by Markus Dravs at RAK Studios in London and features eleven tracks, including Gracie’s recent tracks, “Last Words,” “Terrified” and “The Death of You & I.” See the full tracklisting below.
Of his debut album, Gracie says, “Over the course of the two years it took to complete this record, I learnt more about myself and about music than I had in the entirety of my prior life. It was the biggest test I’ve ever undertaken and a winding journey that I won’t forget. To now have the record as a physical representation of a heavy and formative time in my life, that can be traced and re-remembered through listening to it, is an awesome and unique reward for the time and effort and love that was spent.”
In celebration of the album, Gracie is set to embark on a UK tour throughout April, followed by a European tour throughout May. See the full list of show dates below. Tickets are available now here.
23-year-old London-raised singer-songwriter Isaac Gracie has been finding his feet, working out who he is and discovering what he wants since the industry spotlight fell on him. The fuss was caused by a dusty-sounding, careworn home recording of “Last Words” that was uploaded online without expectation and any anticipation of what was to follow. The voice behind it was completely new to the premise of where writing a great song might lead him. Even now he’d tell you that he’s still slowly working it all out, but this debut collection sounds as fully-realized and confident as any of recent memory. Isaac Gracie is a new British voice, poetic in his placement of words and accomplished in their delivery.
Listen to Isaac Gracie here
Watch a live Mahogany session recording of “Last Words” here
Isaac Gracie Tracklisting:
2. “Last Words”
3. “The Death of You & I”
4. “Running on Empty”
6. “That Was Then”
7. “When You Go”
8. “Silhouettes of You”
9. “All In My Mind”
10. “Hollow Crown”
Isaac Gracie Live:
April 13th – The Mash House, Edinburgh
April 15th – King Tut’s Wah Wah Hut, Glasgow
April 16th – The Crescent, York
April 17th – Leadmill 2, Sheffield
April 18th – The Rescue Rooms, Nottingham
April 20th – O2 Institute2, Birmingham
April 21st – O2 Academy2, Oxford
April 22nd – Arts Centre, Norwich
April 23rd – Thekla, Bristol
April 25th – The Haunt, Brighton
April 26th – Hackney Empire, London
April 28th – Le Printemps de Bourges Festival, Bourges
April 29th – Le Petit Bulletin Festival, Lyon
April 30th – Papiersaal, Zurich
May 2nd – Café de la Danse, Paris
May 4th – YUCA, Cologne
May 5th – Kranhalle, Munich
May 6th – ISC, Bern
May 8th – Bi Nuu, Berlin
May 9th – Lille Vega, Copenhagen
May 11th – Gleis 22, Munster
May 12th – Molotow, Hamburg
May 13th – De Oosterpoort, Groningen
May 15th – Club Nine,Groningen
May 16th – Doornroosje, Nijmegen
May 17th – Muziekgieterij, Maastricht
May 18th – AB Club, Brussels
The Guinness Brewery at St. James’s Gate in Dublin has been brewing beer since its founder, Arthur Guinness, signed his now famous 9,000-year lease on the property on December 31st 1759. The brewery began its life producing ales for Dublin City, it would soon embark on a journey brewing new styles of beer originating in London known as Porter’s and Stout’s. This journey would lead the then small family brewery located on the outskirts of Dublin City to become the largest Stout brewery in the world. Along the 258-year journey that Guinness has undertaken it has been frequently enjoyed at the table alongside a well paired dish.
The secret of a good pairing lies in the three C’s, Comparing, Contrasting and Cutting.
We will now use Guinness Draught Stout as an example of how to Compare and Contrast the same beer with two different dishes, and examine how the presence of one can interact with the flavor of the other.
When Comparing we are required to find foods with similar flavor and intensity to that of the beer. These flavors will then compliment and resonate with each other.
For our first pairing, we use Guinness Draught Stout, found in new throw-back cans featuring the Kinkajou, a marketing creation from the 1930’s, 40’s and 50’s by legendary artist John Gilory. Distinctively dark with a rich creamy head, coffee and malty, and the perfect balance of bitter, sweet and roast characters. These flavors are the product of using roasted barley in our brewing and also give Guinness Draught Stout it’s iconic ruby red color. When the barley is roasted at 466 degrees Fahrenheit for 2 and 1Ž2 hours it undergoes a change called the Maillard reaction, a chemical reaction between amino acids and reducing sugars that also gives browned food its distinctive flavor. The flavors from the roasted barley used in Guinness Draught Stout balance wonderfully with the similar rich roasted flavors of an Applewood Smoked Bacon Sandwich with each sip of stout harmonizing with every bite of sandwich until both glass and plate are empty.
After looking at Comparing let us now review Contrasting Guinness Draught Stout with a different dish. As we know Stout tastes of coffee and bitter flavors, let us use those to contrast against and accentuate the sweet and creamy deliciousness of a warm Apple and Pear Tart nestled under a generous scoop of Vanilla Gelato. This pairing is very similar to having your cup of coffee with a sweet pastry or confection.
Finally let’s discuss Cutting. We will utilize Guinness Blonde American Lager as our example for Cutting. Guinness Blonde American Lager, light and hoppy with floral and citrus notes and a long malt biscuit finish. This crisp and refreshing lager has a lively mouthfeel provided by its ample carbonation, this carbonation is ideal for “Cutting” through creamy and juicy dishes and cleansing the palate after each bite. While enjoying a burger at a BBQ or creamy ham and cheese croquettes using this pairing technique, Cutting scrubs the palate and resets your taste buds after each sip.
We hope you enjoy using the 3 C’s for your future beer and food pairing adventures! Happy St. Patrick’s Day from the Brewer’s at Guinness and always remember to Drink Responsibly.
Eoghain Clavin, Guinness Brewery Ambassador, Pacific Region U.S.
Over 18 Million Brits Do Not Consider Eyes As Part of Their Routine Health Check :
New research released by Vision Express to mark World Glaucoma Week reveals over a third of Brits (35%) do not consider having an eye test as part of a routine body ‘MOT’ health check. Worryingly, 1 out of 5 people would choose sight as their least valued sense, with over 1 in 12 Brits (8%) admitting that they have never had their eyes tested.
Research shows that 18-24 year olds are the least likely to get their eyes tested, with two in five (40%) saying they do not get them tested at all. This compares to only a quarter (25%) of 66-70 year olds. 1 in 3 Brits who don’t consider eyes as part of their health MOT check only get their eyes tested when they are advised by a doctor and almost a fifth (19%) stated that an eye test is not important.
Even if you don’t think you’ve got any problems with your eyes, you should still get them tested every two years. The research also reveals that 3.6 million Brits (7%) had their eyes tested as long as over six years ago.
As World Glaucoma Week puts the condition at the top of the health agenda, research conducted by the National Eye Health Research Centre (NERC) unveils a worrying landscape for glaucoma over the next 30 years. It is estimated that the condition may affect 3.2million in the UK in 2050, but unless detection rates are improved, only 1.28million will have been diagnosed and be receiving the treatments they urgently need.
To know more about World Glaucoma Week, watch video here.
FEATURING ALI, ASTRO & MICKEY
THE NEW ALBUM AVAILABLE NOW ON UMe
This digital package includes a fully stream-able or downloadable, watermarked version of the audio, cover art, publicity photos and press release for review.
‘A Real Labour Of Love’ is the new album from UB40 Featuring Ali, Astro & Mickey, to be released March 2nd on UMe. As founding members of Britain’s biggest reggae band UB40, singer Ali Campbell, second vocalist Astro and keyboardist Mickey Virtue topped the UK singles chart on three occasions and sold 70 million records as they took their smooth yet rootsy musical blend to all corners of the globe. Now with ‘A Real Labour Of Love’ the trio give us a fresh take on the legendary series of albums, putting the focus primarily on reggae tracks from the 1980s.
“The first three albums featured the songs we grew up listening to,” says Ali. “This one is built around the records we were listening to once UB40 were on the road.”
Between 1983 and 1998 UB40 produced three ‘Labour Of Love’ albums, bringing hits such as Eric Donaldson’s ‘Cherry Oh Baby’, Lord Creator’s ‘Kingston Town’ and Johnny Osbourne’s ‘Come Back Da! rling’ to a new, global audience. They also topped the charts on both sides of the Atlantic with their reggae cover of Neil Diamond’s ‘Red Red Wine’.
And now 20 years later Ali, Astro and Mickey are revitalizing the concept by exploring the tunes of a later golden age, ‘A Real Labour Of Love’ sees the group explore the songs that defined reggae in the Eighties. The concept isn’t a rigid one: Stevie Wonder’s ‘A Place In The Sun’ is a Motown classic from 1966, and there are numbers from the late Seventies in Dennis Brown’s sublime ‘How Could I Leave’ and Culture’s ‘International Herb’. But most of the tracks on ‘A Real Labour Of Love’ are from the Eighties, a decade that saw dancehall reggae enter the mainstream.
“We were spending more time in Jamaica and some of these numbers are the ones we’d hear on the radio and out in the streets,” says Astro. “The singers of these songs were our heroes. They are quintessential reggae artists.”
The new album builds confidently on the momentum gathered in the five years since Astro rejoined singer Ali and keyboardist Mickey in 2013. They have released two acclaimed albums, ‘Silhouette’ (2014) and ‘Unplugged’ (2016), their first ! acoustic album and their first release with UMG.
Recorded and mixed at Dean Street and RAK Studios, ‘A Real Labour Of Love’ was produced by Ali, whose instantly recognizable voice is augmented by the ‘sing-jay’ vocal style of Astro. The latter takes the lead on six of the album’s 16 tracks, placing the two singers at the helm of an 11-piece band. Sadly, ‘A Real Labour Of Love’ also marks the passing of long-serving trombonist John Johnson. A former member of Simply Red who joined forces with Ali seven years ago, John played on the album but passed away the night before the rest of the group were due to play a benefit concert to raise money for his cancer treatment. The album is dedicated to him.
The unique artwork for ‘A Real Labour Of Love’ by celebrated American contemporary artist Mark T Smith was specially commissioned for the release. A first edition print, signed by the artist and the band, is being auctioned with proceeds going to the Teenage Cancer Trust, details to follow soon.
The group are now looking forward to taking their new album on the road, with UK festival appearances lined up for the summer and a UK arena tour in the pipeline f! or 2019. Given the massive success of the trio’s last ‘Labour Of Love’ outing, a 2016 tour that featured sold-out shows at the O2 Arena in London and the Barclaycard Arena in Birmingham, there is bound to be a huge appetite for ‘A Real Labour Of Love.’
“The reaction to that tour was fantastic, and every show was a sell-out,” says Ali. “Now we’re ready to do it all again. We knew most of these songs back to front before we began recording ‘A Real Labour Of Love,’ so the challenge was to make them our own rather than copying the originals.”
‘A Real Labour Of Love’ Track Listing:
1. Making Love
2. She Loves Me Now
4. Here I Come
5. Telephone Love/Rumours
6. How Could I Leave
7. Ebony Eyes
8. Hush Darling
9. Hard Times
10. Moving Away
11. International Herb
12. A Place In The Sun
13. Tune In
14. Once Ago
15. In The Rain
16. Under Me Sleng Teng
UB40 U.S. Tour Dates 2018
July 27 + 28 Las Vegas, NV Brooklyn Bowl
July 29 Sacramento, CA California State Fair
August 1 Saratoga, CA The Mountain Winery
August 2 Ventura, CA Ventura County Fair
August 3 Costa Mesa, CA OC Fair & Event Center
August 5 Denver, CO The Hudson Gardens & Event Center
SOPHOMORE ALBUM ii DUE FOR RELEASE ON MAY 4
Global streaming star Aquilo today release their new single “Silent Movies”. The new single follows 2017’s “I Could Fight On A Wall” and “Thin” from ii (Side A), the first half of their highly-anticipated second album. Aquilo also announce today that ii will be released in totality on May 4th and is available to preorder in CD and vinyl formats.
In November 2017, Aquilo made the bold decision to split their second album into two parts, releasing the first five-tracks of ii as the ii (Side A) EP. Aquilo are truly stars of the streaming age, with their tracks consistently amassing over a million streams. ii continues Aquilo’s progression from bedroom-based laptop producers to constant, inimitable innovators, and with two sold out London shows under their belts and a sixteen-date European tour to come, Aquilo are undoubtedly set for a massive 2018.
Hailing from the UK Lake District, Tom Higham and Ben Fletcher first introduced themselves as Aquilo in 2014 with their larger than life cinematic sound, and have since released three EPs and debut album “Silhouettes”, produced by highly regarded Icelandic producer Ólafur Arnalds and the ever brilliant SOHN. With tracks “Silhouette”, “Sorry”, “You There”, “Losing You” and “Never Hurt Again” gaining well over 110 million plays on Spotify alone. Aquilomade their U.S. television debut on Late Night With Seth Meyers in March 2017.
Listen to “Silent Movies” HERE
Praise for Aquilo
“Spellbinding, cinematic pop” – Mixmag
“An expanse of addicting melodies” – Pigeons & Planes
“Pop has rarely been this emotionally unashamed” – Rolling Stone
MacKenzie Reynolds, Capitol Music Group MacKenzie.Reynolds@umusic.com
200 Years of Friendship and St. Patrick’s Days : In Time for Milestone St. Patrick’s Day, Guinness is donating $1 to charity for each adult that dons a ‘Stache
This year marks the 200th St. Patrick’s Day Guinness will share with America, the latest reminder of the two-century connection between a legendary brewery and its good friends across the Atlantic. Once again, in the days and weeks leading up to March 17, it’s time for us all to embrace the stories we tell, the memories we make and the bonds we build over a pint of Guinness.
The Guinness brand is encouraging all Americans, 21 years and older, to make a simple pledge (assuming they’ve already promised to drink responsibly, of course): gather with friends, new or old, toast to the many things we all have in common…and give a ‘Stache. Indeed, this St. Patrick’s Day, the Guinness ‘Stache – that unmistakable hint of foam left behind on the upper lip after the first sip of stout – is back as a symbol of the goodness and the Irish-ness that lives within all of us.
From now through March 31, 2018, when adult beer lovers share photos of their ‘Staches – self-grown and groomed, drawn-on, or Guinness-enhanced – on social media (tagging @GuinnessUS and using #StacheForCharity), Guinness will donate $1 (up to $100,000) to the Guinness Gives Back Fund*, which supports nonprofits that contribute to the common good in our communities, including Team Rubicon, a veteran-led disaster response organization.
“Over the past 200 years, so much has changed – yet so much has stayed the same, like people coming together to raise a pint of Guinness with their friends on St. Patrick’s Day,” said Guinness Brand Director Emma Giles. “We are proud to be part of such an enduring tradition that celebrates Irish heritage and, when it comes down to it, the power of friendship. The Guinness ‘Stache is a great way to bring that to life in a fun way for a great cause.”
The symbol of the ‘Stache will appear alongside Guinness brand activity at bars and restaurants and on social media throughout the St. Patrick’s Day season, including in some digital content that pays homage to 200 years of mustaches in America. To spread the word about the bonds a ‘Stache can build, the brand is releasing additional digital content that will help us all reflect on the friendships we cherish – and some very recognizable Guinness fans will also get involved in spreading the word.
In addition, it’s time for the latest limited-edition Guinness Draught cans, which will hit shelves in time for St. Patrick’s Day. The ongoing series celebrates the famed Guinness ad campaigns of the 1930s and ‘50s. While it doesn’t have a mustache, the kinkajou – which we thought was a sloth at first – will be featured on this version.
To keep an eye on everything the Guinness brand is doing and to get in on the ‘Stache action, follow @GuinnessUS on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.
Whether you’re making a new friend or meeting an old one, having a Guinness Draught, or ordering up any other Guinness beer this St. Patrick’s Day, please respect the beer and drink responsibly.
*The Guinness Gives Back Fund is a corporate donor advised fund administered by Fairfield County’s Community Foundation. The Fund’s mission is to support local charitable organizations which are classified under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code that are aligned with the corporate focus areas of Diageo North America, Inc.
Dave Finn, Taylor
Jim Sias, Diageo
On the heels of their debut performance in Nashville, Bermuda Triangle has announced a series of Southern shows. The trio – comprising Brittany Howard, Becca Mancari and Jesse Lafser – will kick off the jaunt on October 4 at Terminal West in Atlanta. Special guests Thelma and the Sleaze will support on the first two dates and Music Band will open at the other three shows. See below for itinerary.Tickets go on sale today at noon ET. For ticket information, visit https://www.facebook.com/
In this feature, NPR neatly summed up the individual accomplishments of the band mates: “Brittany A. Howard, the main rule-breaker in Americana music’s most exciting band of this century, the Alabama Shakes…[joins forces] with two of the most interesting voices currently making Nashville home. Hailing from St. Louis, Lafser has released two albums of lonesome tunes redolent of Jimmie Rodgers and Patsy Cline. Mancari…is one of the subtlest songwriters and bandleaders to hit the scene in a while, building intense moods in her memorable live sets.”
Covering Bermuda Triangle’s debut performance, Rolling Stone said the trio’s chemistry “was clear from the first-applause-silencing note” and went on to observe, “The band featured Howard switching between plucking out gorgeous, nimble-fingered nylon-string guitar solos and holding down the low end on upright bass…with Mancari and Lafser trading off on banjo and acoustic guitar, accompanied by subtle beats from a drum machine on a pitch-perfect harmony-heavy set of blithe and breezy heartfelt folk tunes that filled the sweltering room with chill vibes.”
The artists have also been busy with their individual endeavors. Becca Mancari’s debut album, Good Woman, is set for release on October 6. Jesse Lafser’sfollow-up to 2015’s Raised On the Plains is due out in early 2018. Brittany Howard recently wrapped a series of headline and festival dates with Alabama Shakes.
Bermuda Triangle – Upcoming Tour Dates
10/4 – Atlanta, GA @ Terminal West *
10/5 – Birmingham, AL @ Iron City *
10/6 – Knoxville, TN @ Mill + Mine #
10/8 – Asheville, NC @ Orange Peel #
10/9 – Chapel Hill, NC @ Cat’s Cradle #
* Thelma and the Sleaze supporting
# Music Band supporting
GREGG ALLMAN AND SOUTHERN BLOOD
TO BE CELEBRATED BY HARLEY-DAVIDSON
WITH SPECIAL EVENTS ACROSS NORTH AMERICA
“THE MIDNIGHT RIDER’S RALLY” SLATED FOR SEPTEMBER 8TH
AT SELECT HARLEY-DAVIDSON LOCATIONS EVERYWHERE
LATE ROCK & ROLL HALL OF FAMER AND FAMED MOTORCYCLE ENTHUSIAST TO BE HONORED
WITH ALBUM PLAYBACKS, EXCLUSIVE RAFFLES, MUSICAL TRIBUTES AND MUCH MORE
ALL REGISTRANTS RECEIVE DIGITAL DOWNLOAD OF SOUTHERN BLOOD
SOUTHERN BLOOD ARRIVES ON FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8TH
(New York, NY) Rounder Records and select Harley-Davison locations are uniting for “THE MIDNIGHT RIDER’S RALLY,” a very special event commemorating the final album from the legendary Gregg Allman. SOUTHERN BLOOD arrives everywhere on Friday, September 8th.
SOUTHERN BLOOD is available for pre-order now at digital music retailers and the Gregg Allman Official Store. A wide array of limited editions and special bundles are on offer, including digital download, Standard and Deluxe CD/DVD, and limited edition heavyweight vinyl and vinyl test presses. For complete pre-order details, please visit the Gregg Allman Official Store.
SOUTHERN BLOOD includes the new original song, “My Only True Friend,” written by Allman with Gregg Allman Band guitarist/musical director Scott Sharrard. The track – available now at all digital music retailers and streaming services – premiered earlier this summer exclusively via NPR Music, which raved, “From its stately introduction through a wrenching guitar solo at the close, the track exudes a surefooted classic-rock grandeur we don’t hear much anymore. Yet Allman keeps it on an intimate scale…Allman sings like he’s confiding to a friend, distilling hours of stock-taking and introspection. He’s plainspoken, like always, and his casual air adds disarming resonance to what is clearly a farewell statement.” “My Only True Friend” is joined by a powerfully moving official video, streaming now at Gregg Allman’s official YouTube channel after its exclusive premiere via Relix.
WATCH “MY ONLY TRUE FRIEND“
“THE MIDNIGHT RIDER’S RALLY” will take place Friday, September 8th at select Harley-Davidson locations across North America. Fans can register for their local rally via the Gregg Allman Official Store; a portion of the $20 registration benefits the Allman/Lehman Endowed Scholarship at Syracuse University, with all registrations also receiving a digital download of SOUTHERN BLOOD.
Well known as an avid Harley-Davidson enthusiast, Allman and his groundbreaking music will be celebrated at “THE MIDNIGHT RIDER’S RALLY” events, including release day premiere plays of SOUTHERN BLOOD as well as a wide range of local artists performing songs from the Allman canon. As if that weren’t enough, every rally will feature an exclusive raffle, with giveaways including CDs, DVDs, and vinyl LPs – among them, a limited edition 10″ vinyl picture disc featuring three live performances from 2014’s “All My Friends: Celebrating the Songs & Voice of Gregg Allman” tribute concert event. Select locations will see partnerships with local breweries while others will display classic Harley-Davison motorcycles from Allman’s own fabled collection. Fans attending “THE MIDNIGHT RIDER’S RALLY” will be invited to share their photos, videos, and memories using the hashtag #MidnightRidersRally; all submissions will then be displayed on www.greggallman.com.
“THE MIDNIGHT RIDER’S RALLY”
Friday, September 8th
@ Harley-Davidson Locations Across North America Including:
(*More locations to be announced soon)
New Orleans, LA
Santa Fe, NM
Ft Myers, FL
Los Angeles, CA