Entertainment The Tomorrowland Radio Tribute to Avicii Is Happening Now: Here’s How to Tune In
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Blue Jays radio broadcasts were part of the soundtrack to longtime fan Blake Appleton's formative years growing up in east-end Toronto. The familiar call from Tom Cheek and Jerry Howarth would emanate from the radio of the family Buick on Sunday road trips home from cottage country. When Appleton worked part-time evening shifts at a local pharmacy as a teenager, the broadcast could be heard in the background for customers to enjoy. AndThe familiar call from Tom Cheek and Jerry Howarth would emanate from the radio of the family Buick on Sunday road trips home from cottage country.
Three years ago Tuesday (April 20), the global dance music community was rocked by the death of Tim Bergling, known to the world as.
The producer — just 28-years-old when he took his own life while on holiday in Muscat, Oman — left behind a legacy of massive, era- and genre-defining hits including “Wake Me Up,” “Seek Bromance” and of course “Levels,” the song that’sno less than “the Mount Everest of EDM.”
In honor of Tim Bergling and his legacy, Tomorrowland is hosting a daylong stream featuring many of Avicii’s classic hits along with clips from his myriad performances at the fabled Belgian dance mega-festival. The tribute will also feature artists including Kygo, Alesso, Dimitri Vegas, Aloe Blacc and Nicky Romero sharing their memories of the Swedish producer. Tune into the Tomorrowland One World Radio tribute below.
Additionally, Blacc — a frequent Avicii collaborator and vocalist on tracks including the iconic “Wake Me Up” — will host his annual Avicii tribute Tuesday, starting at 3 p.m. ET.
COVID protocol-related absences: 04/25 .
Each day, the NHL will publicly release the list of players that are unavailable to their respective teams due to being in COVID-19 Protocol. Here is today’s list: Calgary – Josh Leivo Colorado – Joonas Donskoi, Mikko Rantanen New Jersey – P.K.Calgary – Josh Leivo