For the first time ever, Live Nation is expanding its popular Concert Week promotion to include festivals. Festival Weekend builds on the excitement and success of Live Nation's long-running Concert Week by bringing fans another unbeatable deal: $99 all-in 1-day tickets to a variety of 2023 festivals, with performances featuring a diverse array of artists spanning from country and rock to hip hop, afrobeats, and more.
Over a dozen festivals across North America will have a limited amount of $99 all-in 1-day tickets available for purchase as part of Concert Week's Festival Weekend, including Gov Ball, FORMAT Festival, Broccoli City, lavender wild, and more, each with their own unique on-site experiences and lineups. (continue)
Warner Records released Eric Clapton's previously unreleased 1991 rock performance of "Knockin' On Heavens Door" at The Royal Albert Hall, includes Phil Collins on drums and will be included on the upcoming album The Definitive 24 Nights out June 23.
Clapton fans will also have the opportunity to experience the excitement of the legendary Royal Albert Hall concerts on the big screen today as Unique X and Iconic Events present the Across 24 Nights cinema event globally. Edited from the original footage and remastered in Dolby ATMOS and 5.1 Surround Sound, Across 24 Nights will bring fans together to celebrate the ultimate musical event cinema experience. For further information & tickets, please visit ericclaptoncinema.com. Encore screenings will begin May 21. (continue)
The Used have shared new single "Giving Up" off their upcoming album Toxic Positivity, out this Friday, May 19 via Big Noise. When asked to describe "Giving Up," vocalist Bert McCracken shares one of his favorite William Shakespeare quotes to give a deeper meaning to the track: "It is not in the stars to hold our destiny but in ourselves."
"Giving Up" is the second single released from Toxic Positivity, following lead single "Numb." Over 20 years into their career, Toxic Positivity is everything fans have come to know and love from The Used - straightforward, in-your-face, destructive, and vulnerable all at once. (continue)
The Hold Steady will continue to commemorate the 20th anniversary of their foundation with a number of newly announced live dates including Jersey City, NJ's White Eagle Hall (Friday, September 22) and a Columbus Day weekend double bill with Built to Spill at Las Vegas, NV's Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas on Saturday, October 7 - The Hold Steady's first show in Las Vegas in nearly a decade.
To mark the occasion, that same weekend will also include a surprise Friday night event to be announced soon and an exclusive bowling/football watching party brunch at Brooklyn Bowl on Sunday, October 8. At both Jersey City and Las Vegas shows, a special merch bundle add-on featuring limited edition show poster and event tote bag will be available. (continue)
While ears are still ringing from the sonic and emotional gut punch that was "Rescued," Foo Fighters have unveiled "Under You," an aggressively melodic punk-tinged earworm sure to join its predecessor in massive summer singalongs on the band's upcoming tour dates.
"Under You" is the second advance offering from the Rock & Roll Hall of Famers' 11th album, But Here We Are, out June 2 on Roswell Records/RCA Records. The new song follows the aforementioned "Rescued"-which has generated raves including "driven by a fresh sense of pathos and urgency" (The New York Times), "Foo Fighters have never sounded more vital" (Consequence)," "one of the Foos' most immediate, emotional songs" (Vulture), "delivers everything fans have come to know and love" (Revolver) and more. (continue)
(hennemusic) Ghost is streaming a version of the 1980 Iron Maiden classic, "Phantom Of The Opera", as the latest preview to the forthcoming covers EP "Phantomime."
Originally issued as part of Iron Maiden's self-titled debut album, the 2023 version sees Ghost update the song for the five-track project alongside tunes recorded by Genesis, Tina Turner, The Stranglers and Television. (continue)
(hennemusic) Tesla is sharing details about its new package, "Full Throttle Live", ahead of its release on May 26. The California band was recorded in concert last summer at the Full Throttle Saloon as part of the annual Sturgis Bike Rally.
Independently recorded, mixed and produced by guitarist Frank Hannon and bassist Brian Wheat, the new live set captures Tesla performing a variety of classic tracks alongside the 2022 single, "Time To Rock!", and a cover of the 1974 Aerosmith classic "S.O.S. (Too Bad)." (continue)
Toronto pop-punkers Growers just released their brand new single "17 Cigarettes," and to celebrate, we asked Matt to tell us about the song. Here is the story:
"17 Cigarettes" was inspired by the struggle of getting older, especially in your late teen years. Transitioning from being a kid, to having a bit more responsibility and independence is tough. Having a moment to contemplate these thoughts over a cigarette break is what the song is about. As you're taking a long drag, maybe you're thinking about all the important choices you have ahead of you - where you might go to school, if you'll find work, and what sort of impact those choices will have on the course of your life. It's hard not to think about potential regrets, and how much you will eventually change as the years pass by. (continue)
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