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Notting Hill

The Notting Hill Carnival is with us again. This is Europe's largest street party. Sunday 30 August is Children's Day. Monday 21 August all hell breaks loose. The weather forecast is for heavy rain on both days. The Carnival Bands take to the roads from about 9am (CLICK).

Van Morrison Preps Expanded Reissues of 'Astral Weeks,' 'His Band'

Van Morrison's seminal 1968 LP Astral Weeks and 1970's His Band and the Street Choir, will be expanded, remastered and reissued on October 30th via Warner Bros. Both LPs will be made available digitally and on CD, each featuring a handful of previously unreleased, alternate versions of album cuts. The expanded Astral Weeks...

The Carlo Rossi Gang Are Plucky Teens Powered by Jazz Music

All Photos courtesy of the band's Facebook This article originally appeared on Noisey Canada. It’s late afternoon on a Sunday and I’m walking along the quiet unsuspecting street in Vancouver’s Mount Pleasant neighbourhood where jazz sextet the Carlo Rossi Gang are rehearsing before tonight’s show. Show More Summary

Tramps Like Us

Tuesday marks the 40 th anniversary of the release of Born to Run, the album that rocketed Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band to stardum. In 2009, Louis P. Masur wrote about the album’s recording and how it almost wasn’t released. Show More Summary

Green Lanes

Now here's a rock & roll paradox for you: a sunshine-daydream guitar album from the gloomy streets of East London. Ultimate Painting are two British dudes with their own thriving indie bands — Mazes' Jack Cooper and Veronica Falls' James Hoare. Together they come up with a deliciously woozy guitar rush,...

Royal Headache Dance in the Streets in Their "Carolina" Video

Royal Headache's new album High is out this Friday, and today, they shared the music video for album cut "Carolina". In the clip, the band play the song in their Petersham practice space. Then, frontman Shogun busts out, heads to the liquor store, dances in the streets, and literally bounces off walls. It's directed by Damian Sawyers.

Watch The Smith Street Band's Beautiful Animated Video for "I Scare Myself Sometimes"

The Smith Street Band’s “I Scare Myself Sometimes” has a very lullaby-esque quality to it. A collaboration with Lucy Wilson of The Sugarcanes, it is a tale of love and heartache and self-destruction, and also, like, moon people with giant moon tubes and stuff. Show More Summary

Dickey Betts Hints at Reunion With Allman

"I’m not sure if or when I want to play again. But if I play, I would have no problem getting on stage with Gregg again," Betts, a founding member of the Allman Brothers band, told The Wall Street Journal.

Bruce Springsteen & Jon Stewart Forever

It’s become a pretty much universally acknowledged fact that there was no greater way for The Daily Show to go out than with Bruce Springsteen and his E Street Band. Jon Stewart and the Boss have been mutual fans for years, something...Show More Summary

Watch Bruce Springsteen Close Out Jon Stewart's Final 'Daily Show'

Just as Billy Joel was the only man who could have possibly closed out the Nassau Coliseum earlier this week, Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band were the only act that could have played during the final minutes of Jon Stewart's last Daily Show. "This is by request of the man himself," Springsteen...

Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band played Jon Stewart's final episode of 'The Daily Show' (watch)

Last night was Jon Stewart's final night on The Daily Show which was an extended episode with a few special guests. Some you might expect, like former correspondents Stephen Colbert and Mo Rocca, and, as rumored, a big sendoff...

Bruce Springsteen Sends Off Jon Stewart With “Land of Hope and Dreams” and "Born to Run" on "The Daily Show"

Photo via Bruce Springsteen's Twitter Last night, Jon Stewart made his last appearance as host of "The Daily Show". Fellow New Jerseyites Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band were his musical guests; they closed the show with "Land of Hope and Dreams" and "Born to Run", as the show's staff and former correspondents danced along. Show More Summary

Jon Stewart Ends The Daily Show With A Final 'Moment Of Zen' From Bruce Springsteen

The Daily Show's Jon Stewart bid his audience a very emotional farewell on his final show this Thursday and treated them to one last "moment of zen," courtesy of his friend Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band. Fellow New Jersey resident...Show More Summary

Bruce Springsteen Totally Rocked Jon Stewart's Final 'Daily Show'

3 weeks agoNews : Huffington Post

After a final talk with the viewers, Jon Stewart was ready to throw over to the final Moment of Zen. His Moment of Zen: Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band. They took "The Daily Show" studio stage and completely rocked our facesShow More Summary

Bruce Springsteen was Jon Stewart’s final moment of zen

The E Street Band bids farewell to late night host with "Land of Hope and Dreams" and "Born to Run".

Front Bottoms, Elvis Depressedly & Smith St Band shows at Irving Plaza on BrooklynVegan presale (password here)

photo: The Front Bottoms at MHOW in June (more by Mimi Hong) Tickets for the BrooklynVegan-presented Front Bottoms, Elvis Depressedly and Smith Street Band shows at Irving Plaza in October go on presale today at 10 AM. PASSWORD = VEGANTOPS....

Billy Joel Boulevard? N.Y. lawmakers question if honor should be given to the living

If so inclined, Bob Dylan, Tom Petty, Buddy Guy, Dave Grohl and the rock bands Korn and Flaming Lips can stroll along streets or alleyways bearing their names.

Ohio State marching band’s parody songbook mocks Holocaust victims

A parody songbook shared privately by members of the Ohio State marching band — the so-called “Best Damn Band in the Land” — contained offensive references to the Holocaust, according to a Wall Street Journal report detailing just what those references are. The book, which was updated three years ago, makes joking mention of furnaces […]

D.C. street band’s brassy riffs earn it tips from tourists — and enmity from the high-powered

Treasury employees, Skadden Arps lawyers complain Spread Love’s music is too loud to get work done

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