Being the new person in a band with as an extraordinary reputation as that of the Pixies can be a daunting experience. After all, here’s a group whose trajectory extends back 30 years and whose list of accomplishments — not the least...Show More Summary
Camouflage your concert swag. When you wear a band tee (vintage or not) it sends a certain message: you're a big fan. That's all well and great when you're at the show, but...
Typically scheduled near the end of the long, hot summer festival season, FYF Fest can be a tough sell every year for music fans who’ve spent the previous several months watching bands while standing under a broiling sun. That said, the lineup for the latest edition — set for Saturday and Sunday...
Alumni from Central High School in St. Paul. Minn., banded together over the weekend to host a fundraiser in order to raise money for a scholarship meant to honor Philando Castile, the Star Tribune reports. According to the report, more than 500 attended Sunday’s event – which included music, food and kid’s activities – at the […]
Metallica’s drummer Lars Ulrich said that next year the band will start a big stadium tour across America for the first time since 2009. Ulrich talked about upcoming touring plans of the band: “We did 180 shows on the Death Magnetic tour in two-week periods over three years. Show More Summary
The title track for the band’s long-awaited new album is here.
Starting your way off right with a bowl of cereal and a marijunana cigarette? That is what La Languas want you to feel with “Broken Heart Disease”, directed, shot and edited by Christopher Stoudt. The song will be on the band’s forthcoming album for Burger Records.
FRIDAY STS9 The electronic rock-funk-jazz band, otherwise known as Sound Tribe Sector 9 when formed in Atlanta nearly two decades ago, will release its first full-length studio album in nearly seven years Sept. 2 (“The Universe Inside”)....
Crystal Soda Cream don't sound like The Cure, they sound AS IF The Cure, and have one of the best band names in rock history (in my humble estimation). That may seem a simple feat, until you try and do it yourself. Nailing the salient elements of R. Show More Summary
Remember Katie, aka "'Reeba Deeba," the bassist from School of Rock? She was one of Mr. Schneebly/Dewey/Jack Black's most promising students and the lone female member of the band (other than the back-up singers). Well, 13 years later, she's an actual rock star. Show More Summary
Guns N’ Roses are releasing a DVD to accompany their ongoing Not In This Lifetime reunion tour. Although details have yet to be officially announced, according to BraveWords, it will include video of the band’s 6/23 tour opener in Detroit and a 15=25 minute documentary. Check out a brief trailer below.
Ever since Scooby Doo introduced me to KISS I've had a soft spot for strange bands who play bizarre music and put on wicked weird stage shows. Then The Muppet Show introduced me to Alice Cooper and I was hopelessly hooked, and ever since then bands with freaky sounds and/or costumed stage shows just make me happy. Show More Summary
Nato Coles and The Blue Diamond Band getting rowdy at the Hi-Dive in Denver! NATO COLES AND THE BLUE DIAMOND BAND are this week’s special guest on Mostly Harmless Podcast! This episode is brought to you by Ratio Beerworks and the Ratio Sessions! This isn’t an interview with Nato Coles and The Blue Diamond Band, I could […]
Fans of The Tragically Hip explain how they fell in love with the band The post The soundtrack of their lives: Hip fans share their stories appeared first on Macleans.ca.
The Boss returns home for one last run of The River.
TWENTY-FIVE years ago, on August 18th 1991, four Mancunian lads plugged in their instruments at the Boardwalk nightclub, and strummed away to an audience of barely a dozen people. It was not an auspicious start for The Rain, a band of layabouts in their 20s who couldn’t even afford a microphone stand.
Strange Talk spent 2015 bridging the transition from four-piece band into a dance music synthpop duo – something that they’ve pulled off seamlessly if you pull up their discography. “Y.O.U.N.G.H.E.A.R.T.S.” might be super difficult to type but don’t let that stop you from smashing that play button. Show More Summary
Underground, WGN's thriller about a group of fugitive slaves running for their life in pre-Civil War America, ended its first knockout season with the band of characters separated and scattered. In the closing scene, Rosalee (Jurnee Smollett-Bell) is hiding when she's greeted by a badass,... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Underground Aisha Hinds
Ed and I drove our Subaru to the back patio of a plain white stand-alone building off the freeway. We wandered onto the large wooden outdoor stage with guitars on our backs — I'm sure we looked a little lost. We were curiously staring at a large black cage set up on the end of our performance... Continue reading
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