Tune in Thursday, April 22 for eTown’s 30th b’Earthday Celebration, a virtual event celebrating the long-running syndicated radio program’s 30th anniversary and induction into the Colorado Music Hall of Fame. Starting at 6:30 pm MT (8:30 ET/5:30 PT), the free live stream will feature appearances by Lyle Lovett, Bob Weir, Nathaniel Rateliff and more!
For more information and to register, please visit etown.org/30.
Click below to watch James and the band performing “Hey Mister That’s Me Up on the Jukebox” on tour in Nashville in July 2012. This song appears on James’s third album, “Mud Slide Slim and the Blue Horizon”, which was released in April 1971 — 50 years ago this month!
James announced today that his annual Summer concert at the Tanglewood Music Festival will move to a new date: August 31, 2021. The new date replaces the previously announced concert on July 4, 2021.
Tickets purchased for the original date will be honored on August 31*. Ticket buyers are encouraged to hold onto their tickets, but please reach out to your point of purchase should you prefer a refund. If you have any questions please reach out to James’s team.
Let the picnics begin…
*Due to the fluid COVID-19 government mandated capacity limits in Massachusetts, Tanglewood Music Festival has announced that no additional concert tickets — beyond what has already been sold — will be offered for August 31 at this time. Stay tuned to JamesTaylor.com and JT social media platforms for further updates.
Click below to see a 23-year-old James Taylor perform his song “Blossom” on the BBC’s 1971 series ‘One In Ten’. At the time of this broadcast, “Blossom” was just a year old having first appeared on James’s Sweet Baby James album in 1970.