Due to unforeseen circumstances, SHUGGIE OTIS at The Forum, Saturday May 11, 2013 has been rescheduled to THE VILLAGE UNDERGROUND and will take place on WEDNESDAY JULY 10, 2013. Original tickets stay valid and all other event details remain the same. For those that can’t make the rescheduled date, refunds are available from point of purchase up to the date of the event only. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused. Village Underground tickets also can be purchased at SeeTickets.com.
In addition, Shuggie’s concert dates that were originally scheduled for May 9th and May 10th, 2013 in Manchester and Brighton also will be rescheduled. More information about these two dates will be posted as soon as it’s available.
EDIT: New dates for Manchester and Brighton are now available here.
Shuggie Otis’ 2CD collection Inspiration Information/Wings Of Love is now available for listening at the MSN Music Listening Booth! Be sure to check it out! The album is also available for purchase at Amazon and iTunes. While you’re enjoying the music, you also can read a new National Post Shuggie Q&A by Brendan Canning, a founding member of Broken Social Scene.
Here are new interview clips with Shuggie Otis discussing the songs “Aht Uh Mi Hed” and “Not Available” from the album Inspiration Information, which was reissued this week as the 2CD set Inspiration Information/Wings Of Love, available now at Amazon and iTunes. You can also check out a recent print interview with Shuggie at Time Out New York.
The New York City Parks Foundation has announced the schedule for the 2013 SummerStage festival, which will brings more than 100 free music, dance, comedy and theater programs to 17 parks across all of the city’s five boroughs. Among those shows, Shuggie Otis will be headlining at SummerStage this year on August 11th in Central Park. The show, which also will feature performances from Jose James, Hiatus Kaiyote and DJ sets by OP! (I Love Vinyl), will run from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. EDT and will be FREE! More information can be found at CityParksFoundation.org.