The coronavirus crisis continues to wreak havoc on musicians and the industry:
Goldenvoice has announced that they have postponed all concerts through the end of May. Their statement:
■ Lady Gaga, who told Variety she had planned to do a secret set at Coachella, has postponed the release of “Chromatica,” originally due out in April. New date TBA.
■ L.A. sister trio Haim have postponed the release of “Women in Music Pt. III,” originally due April 24. New date TBA.
■ The Pretenders have postponed the release of “Hate for Sale” until July 17.
■ Australia’s the DMA’s have moved the release of “the Glow” from April 24 to July 10.
■ Madrid’s Hinds have delayed the release of “The Prettiest Curse” until June 5.
■ Mikal Cronin’s new album “Switched-On Seeker” will now be out May 29 (digital) and June 20 (physical).
■ Declan McKenna’s new album “Zeros” is postponed until Aug. 21.
■ Mike Campbell (of Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers) and his band the Dirty Knobs have moved back the release of their debut album “Wreckless Abandon” to Sept. 18.
■ Jarvis Cocker’s “Beyond the Pale” has been pushed to Sept. 4.
■ UB40’s 40th anniversary live show video and recording has been postponed to the end of the year.