Good morning. Here’s all you need to know about what went on in the world of music in the past 24 hours:
Beastie Boys will be honored Saturday with a square named in their honor on Rivington Street between Ludlow and Essex. Sound familiar? The group’s surviving members, Ad-Rock and Mike D., will be in attendance for the festivities.
Bruce Springsteen canceled his remaining September tour dates due to symptoms of peptic ulcer disease.
Drake is releasing his new album, For All the Dogs, on Sept. 22
Jack Johnson will release Songs For Maui, a live benefit album featuring Hawaii’s own Paula Fuga and John Cruz.
Devo’s 50 Years of De-Evolution 1973–2023 boxed set will arrive Oct. 20.
In more boxed set news, Acetone is releasing I’m still waiting. on Nov. 17 through New West Records. The limited-edition 11-LP collection includes the band’s studio albums Cindy (1993), If You Only Knew (1995), Acetone (1997), and York Blvd. (2000).
Tyler Childers is going on a world tour next year, with support from Sylvan Esso, Allison Russell, Hayes Carll, Medium Build, 49 Winchester, and John R. Miller.
If one Creed headlining cruise wasn’t enough, the band is appearing at another Class of ‘99 cruise next year from April 27 through May 1.