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Living Colour has shared a new video for its classic song ‘This Is The Life’. The clip includes footage of the peaceful protests that have swelled across the U.S. and around the world over the death of Minnesota man George Floyd at the hands of police. The original version of the track appeared on Living Colour’s 1990 album ‘Time’s Up’ In a statement accompanying the new video’s release, the band commented: “‘Time’s Up’ was released 30 years ago and sadly we’re still fighting the same fight. If you don’t like the current agenda, it’s your responsibility to go out an VOTE!” Watch the video now!Continue reading

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Living Colour Announces New Album Shade, Due Out In September


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Living Colour Book Tour Opening For Aerosmith, Headlining Dates

Living Colour, photo by Karsten Staiger

Living Colour, photo by Karsten Staiger

Long running genre-hopping New York rock band Living Colour have planned a summer tour and are joining American rock legends Aerosmith for a string of dates on their Blue Army Tour. On off dates Living Colour will play headline dates. The dates begin on Jun 13 at the Gila River Arena in Phoenix.


Vernon Reid remarked about the “Blue Army Tour”:

“It’s incredibly exciting for us to open for one of America’s, and the world’s, most prominent rock bands.”


Among the tour dates and headline gigs the band will play the 44th Annual International African Arts Fest and at Riot Fest in Chicago. More headlining dates are expected to be announced soon.

Living Colour has been working on their fifth album, Shade for the last year. At least a few songs on Shade will be produced by Andre Betts, has worked with the band in the past. Of the new material Corey Glover said in an interview:

As time progresses, a shadow falls and it’s about the progression of time. We’re trying to dissect and really take the roots of the music that created us and take it to task.”

Living Colour tour dates with Aerosmith:

Jun 13: Gila River Arena – Glendale, AZ
Jun 24: Ford Center – Evansville, IN
Jun 30: State Farm Arena – Hidalgo, TX
Jul 2: Tupelo Music Hall – Londonderry, NH *
Jul 3: Wolf Den at Mohegan Sun – Uncasville, CT *
Jul 4: 44th Annual International African Arts Fest – Brooklyn, NY *
Jul 7: Santa Barbara Bowl – Santa Barbara, CA
Jul 9: House of Blues Anaheim – Anaheim, CA *
Jul 10: California Rodeo Salinas – Salinas, CA
Jul 13: Prospera Place – Kelowna, BC
Jul 16: Save-On-Foods Memorial Centre – Victoria, BC
Jul 19: SMS Stadium – Ft. McMurray, AB
Jul 22: Cheyenne Frontier Days – Cheyenne, WY
Jul 25: North Dakota State Fair – Minot, ND
Jul 28: Amphitheater Northwest – Ridgefield, WA
Aug 4: Van Andel Arena – Grand Rapids, MI
Aug 7: Tom Bensen Hall of Fame Stadium – Canton, OH
Sept 11 – 13: Riot Fest – Chicago, IL

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Will Calhoun (drums)

Corey Glover (vocals)

Vernon Reid (guitar)

Doug Wimbish (bass)


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