Even though Blur have most likely called it quits and the Stone Roses haven’t released a new album since 1994, each bands is up for two Q Awards this year. The popular British music magazine, which present the awards, announced its nominees earlier today (Sept. 6).
Fresh from the success of their cruise, Weezer are now considering creating an even more unique fan experience. In a recent interview, frontman Rivers Cuomo said the group is considering creating its own form of summer camp.
It’s been a while since Billy Corgan last made headlines for getting into a slap fight with another band. We figured maybe he had decided to lay low as he prepares for the Smashing Pumpkins‘ upcoming tour, but most likely, it’s because he’s run out of bands to complain about. That was the implication last Friday (Aug. 31), when Corgan went on the radio to clarify his recent remarks about Soundgarden.
The Republican Party are looking to create a permanent aristocracy. That’s what Michael Stipe of R.E.M. and independent filmmaker Tom Gilroy say in a new essay as part of the ’90 Days, 90 Reasons’ project.
Last week we learned that Foo Fighters would be playing a fundraiser for Rock the Vote in Charlotte, N.C. on Sept. 5. The concert is timed to coincide with the Democratic National Convention that would be taking place in Charlotte at the same time. Now we have learned the other acts that will be on the bill.
Beginning Sept. 1, fans of the Dave Matthews Band will have a radio station on SiriusXM dedicated to their favorite act. The service will run throughout the month of September on Sirius channel 142, XM channel 43, and on the SiriusXM app for mobile devices.
‘Away From the World,’ the upcoming album by the Dave Matthews Band, will be released on Sept. 11. In a new interview, the band’s frontman and namesake says that although love is the record’s main theme, sometimes he takes things one step further, even when it’s unintentional.
A poster advertising a New Years Eve 1991 concert featuring three of the most important bands of the 1990s — the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Nirvana and Pearl Jam — recently sold for $149.99 via auction on eBay.
Smoke and Jackal, a side project of Kings of Leon bassist Jared Followill and Nick Brown, the frontman of Nashville-based band Mona, will release their debut EP called, appropriately enough, ‘EP1,’ on Oct. 16 on RCA Records. The first single, ‘No Tell,’ which is embedded below, received its world premiere on BBC Radio 1 today (Aug. 22).
On Saturday night (Aug. 18), the Killers headlined the V Festival in Hylands Park in Chelmsford, England with some help from the next night’s headliner. The Las Vegas-based rock stars coveredOasis‘ ‘Don’t Look Back in Anger,’ which was written by Noel Gallagher, whose High Flying Birds closed out Sunday.
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