Born on this day- Cyndi Lauper. Happy Birthday!
We know that ETID have been working on new material since their 2009 album New Junk Aesthetic. Well, it seems the guys have released what could be the first preview of what we can look forward to. Check out this upside down video of drummer Legs ripping music a new one.
Tomorrow, our friends in People Under The Stairs are hitting the road for a few shows. Are you lucky enough to be close to one of these? Let us know!
06/16- Washinton, DC- Rock and Roll Hotel- TICKETS
06/18- New York, NY- Governer’s Ball Festival- TICKETS
06/19- Boston, MA- Paradise- TICKETS
06/21- Toronto, ON- Anne Wreckroom- TICKETS
06/22- Buffalo, NY- Mohawk- TICKETS
06/23- Cleveland, OH- Grog Shop- TICKETS
06/24- Chicago, IL- Subterranean- TICKETS
And just check out this brilliant video. You canNOT beat this intro:
A wrap-up highlight reel of Bonnaroo that takes you through the festival in 60 seconds.
I was pretty surprised to see so many kids at this festival! They were all super cute and seemed to be having a pretty good time. Maybe we’ll see all of them coming back to the festival for years to come. Here’s to future music lovers!
We find out exactly how far these dedicated Rooers traveled for the 2011 Bonnaroo Music Festival. 13 seems like that magic number.
How far you would come?
Just saying hey to Rey Peyton’s Big Damn Band!
We caught up with the fans and festival goers to see who’s on their do-not-miss list for this year’s Bonnaroo. Check out who they want to see the most. Who would you add to this list?
US singer, songwriter Ray Charles died aged 73. Glaucoma rendered Charles blind at the age of six. He had the 1962 UK & US No.1 single “I Can’t Stop Loving You” plus over 30 US Top 40 singles and the 2005 US No.1 album Genius Loves Company. He also appeared in the 1980 hit movie, The Blues Brothers. Charles was married twice and fathered twelve children by nine different women. He was awarded 17 Grammys.
Black Tide have just posted a behind the scenes video of their most recent music video shoot for their new track “Walking Dead Man.” The song is the first single from their upcoming album Post Mortem. You can catch the album on August 23rd and the full music video later this week:
Elvis Presley appeared on ABC-TV’s Milton Berle Show. While singing ‘“Hound Dog,” Elvis performed his infamous and suggestive “gyrating” movements for the first time on television. It was the uproarious response to this performance that caused Presley to be filmed from the waist up for his future TV appearances.
A new documentary called Filmage is in the works featuring the story of the Descendents and All. The trailer has just be released and we’ve got it right here for you to check out. Directors Deedle Lacour and Matt Riggle are actually looking for any footage or stills that anyone has of the band to include in the film. Holla at them if you have any content and want to help out.
Now enjoy the trailer and get pumped:
The Sex Pistols single “God Save The Queen” was released in the UK. Banned by TV and radio, high street shops and pressing plant workers refused to handle the record. It sold 200,000 copies in one week and peaked at No.2 on the UK charts.
Below is In Flames’ latest music video for “Deliver Us,” the first single from anticipated release Sounds Of A Playground Fading. The record is the band’s 10th album and we can see it on US shelves June 21st. After checking out the video, you should probably know the single is already available on iTunes for you to enjoy. You’re welcome.