Brandi Carlile Named Record Store Day 2020 Ambassador

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Brandi Carlile Named Record Store Day 2020 Ambassador

For its 13th annual celebration, which takes place April 18,  Record Store Day has selected Brandi Carlile as its official Record Store Day 2020 Ambassador

Past artists to be named ambassador include Pearl Jam (2019), Run the Jewels (2018), St. Vincent (2017), and Metallica (2016).

“Brandi’s career has woven through record stores from the beginning, and I can barely remember when there hasn’t been a Brandi Carlile record in their racks and on their charts,” says Carrie Colliton, Record Store Day co-founder, in a statement.

“Record stores really are tastemakers—in all genres, across the country—and they’ve been shouting about Brandi and the Twins for years,” she says, referring to Carlile’s bandmates Tim and Phil Hanseroth.

While the official 2020 Record Store Day list has yet to be revealed, several artists and labels have started announcing titles, while other rumoured releases have begun popping up online.

However, we’ve discovered a list of both the official and rumoured Record Store Day 2020 titles, thanks to the dedicated vinyl fanatics over on Reddit.

As you’ll see below, the list is still very much in its early stages, but there are already plenty of notable releases incoming.

So far, we can apparently expect exclusives from the likes of Neil YoungDavid BowieGorillazBlack SabbathNew OrderMy Chemical RomanceJohn LennonGrateful DeadPrince and Pink Floyd, among others.

Unofficial and Ongoing List of 2020 Record Store Day Exclusives:

Alpha & Omega Meets the Disciples – The Sacred Art of Dub, Vol. 1 and Vol. 2
Black Sabbath – Evil Woman, Don’t Play Your Games with Me / Wicked World / Paranoid / The Wizard 2LP
David Bowie – ChangesNowBowie
David Bowie – I’m Only Dancing (The Soul Tour ’74) 2LP
Boys Next Door – Door, Door (red vinyl)
Emerson, Lake, and Palmer – Live At Waterloo Field, Stanhope, New Jersey, US, 31st July 1992
Erasure – Blue Savannah
Fatboy Slim – Sunset (Bird Of Prey) 12″
The Feeders – Feeling a Moment / Pushing the Senses 12″
Freddie King – Wash Out (alt. take) / Butterscotch (alt. take ) 7-inch
Gary Clark, Jr – Pearl Cadillac
Gorillaz – G-Sides (2LP)
Gorillaz – D-Sides (3LP)
Grouplove – Broken Angel
Grateful Dead – Buffalo 5/9/77 5LP
Hawkwind – At the BBC 1972 2LP
Hootie and the Blowfish – Live at Nick’s Fat City 1995 2LP
Jethro Tull – Stormwatch 2
John Lennon – 2020 Ultimate Remix (INSTANT KARMA! / WHO HAS SEEN THE WIND?, 1970 LENNON/ONO with The Plastic Ono Band)
kd lang – Angel with a Lariat (red vinyl)
kd lang – Drag 2LP
The Kinks – The Kink Kronikles (2LP)
Madness – Work, Rest, and Play 2LP
Mooneye – Mooneye 12-inch EP
Morrissey – Honey, You Know Where To Find Me 12-inch
Motorhead – Ace of Spades / Dirty Love 7-inch
My Chemical Romance – Life on the Murder Scene
Nazareth – Love Hurts/This Flight Tonight 12″
Neil Young – Homegrown (black vinyl)
New Order – Peel Sessions
Notorious BIG – It Was All A Dream 9LP
OST – Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me
OST – Austin Powers In Goldmember
OST – Phenomenon 2LP
Paul Hardcastle – 19 (35th Anniversary Edition)
Pink Floyd – Arnold Layne (Live at Syd Barrett Tribute, 2007)
Prince – Sign O’ The Times 2LP
The Ska – The Ska
Status Quo – Ma Kelly’s Greasy Spoon
Steven Wilson – Two TBD Ressiues
Steve Morano – Brick Lane/You Belong With Me 12-inch
UFO – Live in Youngstown ’78 2LP
Various Artists – Ready, Steady, Go! The Weekend Starts Here (10 x 7-inch)