Sepultura, Exodus, Destruction Tour- Prince Music Festival- Linkin Park Secret- The Stereo Reuniting- Radiohead TV- Paramore Working On New CD- Son of Maiden- more
(FMQB) Prince will be headlining and curating a two-day festival next month in Copenhagen, Denmark. The NPG Music and Art Festival will be feature performances by Prince on both nights of the event more
(PNO) The Stereo will be reuniting for Fueled By Ramen Records's 15th anniversary. The Stereo inspired many of Fueled by Ramen's current roster and will be sharing the stage with acts such as Paramore, The Swellers, Cobra Starship, and many more
On August 31st Linkin Park and Japan's best-selling artist B'z will perform at a small intimate show at a secret venue in Los Angeles to benefit Music for Relief and their work with Save the Children to provide much needed earthquake and tsunami relief in Japan. The only way to get tickets to the event is to raise $500 for the cause by creating a fundraising page here. Tickets are limited, only the first 500 people to reach the fundraising goal will get invited to the show.
(Billboard) Radiohead's "From the Basement" performance will air in America this weekend. The performance, part of their producer Nigel Godrich's TV show, will be on Palladia at 9 p.m. Saturday (July 23) and on MTV2 at 3 a.m. July 30. more
Tune in to CBS Sunday Morning this Sunday, July 24, 2011. Jim Axelrod checks in with members of Journey as they prepare to embark on their "Eclipse" world tour, and gets the update on the last 4 years since CBS Sunday Morning reported on the introduction of Arnel Pineda into the band.
(MU) Hull will be performing a special one-off show this Friday at new Brooklyn hot spot, Saint Vitus. The band will be joined by Generation Of Vipers and Marching Teeth. more
(FMQB) Paramore frontwoman Hayley Williams has revealed that the band has written four new songs for their next studio album, although the recent single, "Monster," is not necessarily an indication of things to come. more
Down have confirmed two shows for South America in Argentina and Chile this November. more
(BW&BK) Rise To Remain - fronted by Austin Dickinson, the son of Iron Maiden's Bruce Dickinson - have posted a full length clip of their new song 'Power Through Fear' online. The track is taken from their debut album City Of Vultures, due to be released on September 5th via EMI. Check it out here
On this day in 1969, The Beatles started work on the John Lennon song “Come Together” at Abbey Road studios in London.
On this day in 1990, Roger Waters’ performance of The Wall took place at the Berlin Wall in Potzdamer Platz, Berlin. More than 200,000 people attended and the event was broadcast live throughout the world. Van Morrison, Bryan Adams, Joni Mitchell, Scorpions, Cyndi Lauper, Sinead O’Connor and others took part.
On this day in 2005, U.K. singer Long John Baldry died of a chest infection. He was one of the founding fathers of British Rock ’n’ Roll in the 1960s, performing with Blues Incorporated and Cyril Davies’ R&B All Stars. He later fronted the Hoochie Coochie Men, with Rod Stewart and then Steam Packet with Brian Auger and Julie Driscoll. Find out what else happened on this date in music history here