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Batten down the hatches and break out the red New York Yankees fitted, Limp Bizkit is hitting the high seas next week as headliners of of the ShipRocked cruise and guitarist Wes Borland couldn’t be more morose. Meltdowns and Blowups: The Decade’s 50 Wildest Rock & Roll Moments As Metal Injection points out, Borland took to Instagram to express his discontent, posting a photo of his luggage and caption that contained such charming sentiments as: “Can’t wait to see me some roided out tribal tattooed spray tanned Jell-O shot filled bohunks do their best drunk MMA impressions in the top deck mosh pit.” Swinging between disgruntled fatalism and straight-up snark, Borland bemoaned the prospect of spending his time not onstage, holed up “fetal position in my cabin, palms up, while I desperately cling to the last week of my thirties as it slips through my hooked fingers.” But amidst the existential terror of aging, the guitarist never gave up looking for that silver lining. “So, I’d like to give a shout out now to all the other over-the-hill late Nineties/early 2000s bands going on the cruise: Let’s give these people the raging alcohol-fueled nostalgia fest they’re paying for, guys!” Borland wrote. “I know we can do it if we tune down low enough!” Borland has had a tumultuous tenure in Limp Bizkit, quitting and re-joining the band on multiple occasions, most notably in 2001 following the success of 2000’s Chocolate Starfish and the Hot Dog Flavored Water . After a rocky few years and ensuing hiatus during the mid-2000s, Limp Bizkit reunited in 2009 and released Gold Cobra in 2011.
Since 1990 (in other words, years before any of this year’s headliners had a hit record), Country Jam USA has been one of the Midwest’s most prestigious country music festivals. This summer’s lineup for the fest, which takes place in Eau Claire, Wisconsin, from July 23rd—25th, includes Eric Church, Blake Shelton, Lady Antebellum, Gary Allan, Kip Moore, Cassadee Pope, Hunter Hayes, Ashley Monroe and Jerrod Niemann, with more artists to be revealed in the coming weeks. (See the current daily lineup of artists below). Watch Eric Church Cover Skynyrd at Nashville Homecoming Eau Claire’s signature summer event for country music will be preceded by Blue Ox, a brand-new bluegrass festival produced by the founders of Country Jam USA.
Jimmy Kimmel Live will shake up its regularly scheduled musical performances this February with a new series, “Mash Up Mondays,” bringing together two artists for a special one-off gig. Here’s Jimmy Kimmel “Mash Up Mondays” kicks off February 2nd with Weezer and ZZ Top — or as host Jimmy Kimmel re-dubbed them in a press release, “Wee-Z Top” — and continues February 9th with Haim and funk legends Morris Day and the Time (a.k.a. “Morris Day and the Haim”).
Tim McGraw has some big shoes to fill on February 22nd. The country superstar has been tapped to perform Glen Campbell’s Oscar-nominated “I’m Not Gonna Miss You” at the 87th annual Academy Awards. Hear the Oscar Nominees for Best Song Campbell, a nominee for Best Original Song, is unable to attend the Oscars, as his Alzheimer’s disease continues to progress. “I’m Not Gonna Miss You” is the final song of the legendary entertainer’s 60-year career, written and recorded for his 2014 documentary , Glen Campbell…I’ll Be Me , which just recently received a Critics’ Choice nomination.