Chvrches are Scottish music trio from Glasgow, Scotland. They’re music can be described as synth-pop or electro-pop. The band consists of lead singer Lauren Mayberry, synthesizer Martin Doherty and guitarist Ian Cook. Some popular songs of theirs include “Here With Me,” “Never Ending Circles,” “The Mother We Share” and “Clearest Blue.”
Rock legend, Stevie Nicks, is a singer-songwriter from Phoenix, Arizona. She’s known for both her work in Fleetwood Mac and her solo career. Her voice is one of the most distinctive in music history. Some favorite tracks of hers include “Dreams,” “Landslide,” “Rhiannon,” “The Chain” and “Edge of Seventeen.”
J. Cole is a rapper, singer, songwriter and record producer. He’s from Frankfurt, Germany, and he started gaining recognition back in 2007 with the release of his debut mixtape, The Come Up. Album releases of his include Friday Night Lights (2010), 2014 Forest Hills Drive (2014), 4 Your Eyez Only (2016) and KOD (2018). He also just released an album last year titled, The Off Season.
The Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival have shared their 2022 lineup. The popular music festival will be taking place from July 16-19 of this year. The Bonnaroo Farm, where the event takes place, is located in Manchester, Tennessee. A wide arrangement of artists will be performing on ten different stages throughout the festivals four day run.
Chvrches, Nicks and Cole are three of the big name artists scheduled to play the event. Some of the other artists performing are Machine Gun Kelly, Flume, 21 Savage, Robert Plant & Alison Krauss, $uicideBoy$ and Porter Robinson. These are but a few of the artists performing, the complete list is out now.
Bonnaroo has always been an environment where the public can go to immerse themselves in art and music. The festival we all know and love is back and better than ever. Some of the new installments include improved Plazas, the usage of JamTrack (an online shuttle system), improved stages, improved camping and tent options, upgrades for VIP and Platinum and shuttles to and from Nashville and Chattanooga.
Tickets for the festival go on sale January at 12 CT.
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