Foo Fighters Day finally arrived on September 17th in Richmond, Virginia as Dave Grohl and company performed a crowdfunded concert at the city's National Theater. Richmond was also the home of shock rockers Gwar and their longtime frontman Oderus Urungus, a.k.a. Dave Brockie, who passed away in March 2014. Grohl, who got his start......more
Prolific indie rockers Guided by Voices have broken up again. The band announced the news on its website and canceled all of the tour dates on its planned fall trek. Ticket refunds are available at point of purchase.
"Guided by Voices has come to an end," the band said in its......more
Nearly fifty years after Marianne Faithfull released her debut LP Come My Way, the singer will unveil her 20th album Give My Love to London on November 11th. Every Faithfull album since 1999's Vagabond Ways has been an all-star affair, and Give My Love to London continues that trend with some old friends......more
Three years ago, the Scottish producer Rustie dropped Glass Swords, one of the most thrilling electronic albums of the decade. Defined by its visceral, explosive joy and a broad spectrum of synth sounds that blow raspberries on trap beats, it established Rustie as a global creative force and propelled him......more
Excessive drinking, public indecency and fighting are nothing new at concerts. Who hasn't seen a sloppy brawl break out in the beer line between two overserved fans? But the incidents that have occurred this past summer at a number of high-profile country shows had even the most seasoned concertgoers shaking......more
Former Beatle and current vegetarian Paul McCartney has teamed up with the Meat Free Monday campaign to "catalyze transformative change" and bring awareness to the global footprint that meat production has on our environment. McCartney, along with Greg Barker, the Energy and Climate Advisor to UK Prime Minister David Cameron, has asked people......more
When Rose's Pawn Shop formed in 2005, the original plan was to mix the twang of bluegrass music with the fury of rock and punk. Nearly a decade later, the L.A. folksters haven't left the three-way intersection between those genres, happy to remain in a place where everything — from......more
Luke Bryan's 2013 Farm Tour was a decidedly Georgia affair, as special guests included his fellow natives Cole Swindell and the Peach Pickers (Dallas Davidson, Rhett Akins and Ben Hayslip). They'll all return for this fall's tour, along with DJ Rock and Louisiana-born singer-songwriter Chancie Neal.
Bryan's sixth annual Farm Tour......more