“It’s true that in general the mainstream media tends to – and this is normal human nature – pay attention to bands that do well in New York or L.A. They end up getting more attention, because those are the media centers. But there’s a lot of area, what people call the ‘flyover states,’ and those people who live there love their rock and roll, and are loyal to their bands.”
If the rest of this collaboration is anything like what I saw on the CMA’s, the term “country” can’t even be USED in describing this project!
What happens when you combine Foo Fighter Dave Grohl, Tenacious D Jack Black, and Batman Val Kilmer? They create really rad super-groups like Sweetriver and The Huckleberry Dogs.
Before asking what Paul McCartney has done for us lately, it’s fair to ask: what does he really have to do for us?
Dave Grohl didn’t give away much, but they did say this: there’s going to be a new Foo Fighters album and it’s coming out in 2014.
The reissue of Nirvana’s 1993 album, In Utero, includes three discs and 70 songs that range from live cuts, unreleased demos, B-sides,
One of the coolest supergroups ever has struck again. “Sirvana” – made up of Sir Paul McCartney and the surviving members of Nirvana (Dave Grohl, Krist Novoselic and Pat Smear) – got together at McCartney’s […]
At famed Los Angeles venue the Hollywood Bowl, the Grease Sing-A-Long has become an annual tradition
The Rolling Stones’ 50 & Counting Tour recently spent few weeks as the current highest-grossing U.S. tour, earning just under $8.5 million. Though the average ticket will set you back $340 (roughly $16 per song), […]
Stone Temple Pilots weren’t the only band playing in Southern California to get a killer special guest this weekend.