Posts Tagged ‘concert’

Red Hot Chili Peppers Cancel Gig After Anthony Kiedis Hospitalized

Red Hot Chili Peppers  were forced to cancel their Saturday performance at the annual KROQ Weenie Roast in Irvine, California at the last minute after Anthony Kiedis was hospitalized. The singer was at the Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre when he began experiencing “extreme stomach pain,” a KROQ rep told Billboard . Kiedis was then transported from the venue to a nearby hospital. Red Hot Chili Peppers Detail New Album ‘The Getaway’ “No one’s more disappointed than us that we couldn’t perform tonight. Sending love and a speedy recovery to my brother Anthony,” drummer Chad Smith tweeted  late Saturday after the Chili Peppers nixed their gig. Once Kiedis was taken to the hospital, Smith, Flea and guitarist Josh Klinghoffer came onstage at the event to explain to the crowd that they would not be performing as planned. “We live to rock, we live to fucking dig deep into the depths of our hearts and rock, but unfortunately there’s a medical thing that happened and we needed to deal with it, so we’re unable tonight,” Flea told the crowd. “We will play for you very soon, we will play for you like the feral animals that we are, and we’re so sorry.” “Unfortunately due to illness the @ChiliPeppers were forced to cancel their set tonight at #WeenieRoast,” KROQ tweeted  at 10:30 p.m. PST, 30 minutes after the Red Hot Chili Peppers were scheduled to take the stage at the Irvine Meadows Amphitheatre. Red Hot Chili Peppers were recruited to headline the concert that also featured sets by Panic! at the Disco, Garbage, Cold War Kids, Fitz and the Tantrums, Empire of the Sun and Weezer, who performed an extended set to close out the Weenie Roast

Watch U2 Evoke Resilience After Paris Attacks in Concert Film Trailer

“You want us to be afraid?” Bono roars from Paris’ AccorHotels Arena stage in the new teaser-trailer of U2’s new Hamish Hamilton-directed concert film  Innocence and Experience – Live in Paris.  Watch U2 Welcome Eagles of Death Metal Onstage in Paris The U2 singer movingly recites France’s national motto “Liberté, égalité, fraternité” in the wake of the November 15 terrorist attacks, the deadliest France has seen since WWII. Eighty-nine people were killed at an Eagles of Death Metal Concert at the Bataclan theater out of a total 130 casualties. The documentary showcases two historic performances U2 gave, which emblematized the bravery of Paris’ music community and reminded the world of music’s ability to heal and unite.  The clip features live snippets of U2 anthems “Vertigo” and “Beautiful Day,” along with Patti Smith’s “People Have Power.” Both Smith and Eagles of Death Metal make guest spots during the concert film, taped across two nights at the AccorHotels Arena. Live in Paris will be released on DVD, Blu-Ray and digital formats Friday, June 10th via Interscope/Island.  In March, guitarist the Edge told Rolling Stone that the band had already generated “50 ideas” for Songs of Experience , their 14th LP and companion piece to 2014’s Songs of Innocence . “It’s really hard to say at this point when it will be done,” he said. “We’re definitely still in the weeds here. We’re not booking the pressing plant, so to speak, just yet.” Related Flashback: U2 Play a Forgotten Science Fiction Tune in 1979 U2 to Receive iHeartRadio Innovator Award Bono, Nile Rodgers Thrill With U2 Hits at Benefit Concert

End of Silence 10th Anniversary Edition by RED – ​Ending The Silence Again

For Christian rock, 2006 was one of those rare, charmed years that yielded some of the most definitive albums for both individual artists and the genre as a whole. The year’s impressive release calendar included albums from already established acts like Comatose by Skillet, Testify by P.O.D., Hearts of the Innocent by Kutless, Scars Remain by Disciple, and also a debut project by a brand new rock outfit: End of Silence by RED. End of Silence landed perfectly in middle of the symphonic rock movement of the time, with

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Hookers & Blow, the band featuring Guns N’ Roses keyboardist Dizzy Reed and Quiet Riot guitarist Alex Grossi have announced an east coast run of dates kicking off on May 25th Ft. Worth, TX. Rounding out the HN’B line-up will be W.A.S.P. & Hotel Diablo bassist Mike Duda and Type O Negative/Danzig drummer Johnny Kelly along with an array of special guests. This will be the first time Hookers & Blow will perform in Texas since the band formed over a decade ago and will be the last HN’B shows before Guns N’ Roses embarks on their Not In This Lifetime U.S. tour and Quiet Riot gets their U.S. summer tour season underway – Don Jamieson will be joining Faster Pussycat for their 30th Anniversary Celebration – The Dirty 30 Tour which is set to begin in LA in mid August. Hookers & Blow hosted two residencies at the landmark Whisky A Go Go in Hollywood in 2013 with guest musicians that included members of Marilyn Manson, The Cult, Quiet Riot, W.A.S.P., Ignite, Alice Cooper, T.S.O.L, Ace Frehley & More… Confirmed dates are as follows: Hookers & Blow “Texas Takeover” tour dates: 5/25/16 – The Rail Club – Fort Worth, TX 5/26/16 – City Limits – Oklahoma City, OK 5/27/16 – Concert Pub North – Houston, TX (Featuring Don Jamieson) 5/28/16 – The Rock Box – San Antonio, TX (Featuring Don Jamieson) 5/29/16 – TBA – Austin, TX For more information, visit .

Wild Heart by Urban Rescue – The Perfect Balance Of Pop And Worship

With a pop sound reminiscent of Hawk Nelson and deep songwriting skills similar to Jason Gray, Urban Rescue jumped onto the Christian music scene this year, appearing at many shows with worship champions Rend Collective. The LA-based band first gave fans a taste of their style with a 5-track EP that left critics wanting more. Now signed to Rend Collective’s own label, Rend Family Records, the band’s first full length project is answering that request with a stunning offering of praise.   Only a few minutes in to listening, it becomes clear

See Dixie Chicks’ Stripped-Down Cover of Beyonce’s ‘Daddy Lessons’

The Dixie Chicks’ North American tour just got an upgrade, with nine shows added to what is now a 50-city run. Kicking off June 1st in Cincinnati, the DCX MMXVI Tour will stretch a wide arc across North America before wrapping up on October 10th in Natalie Maines’ adopted hometown of Los Angeles. Dixie Chicks Return ‘Home’ With Album Reissues The news arrives during the final stretch of a European tour that’s kept the country trio busy since mid-April. Recent shows have found the Chicks not only digging deep into their own catalog of hits, but offering up harmony-heavy versions of pop songs and R&B covers, too, from the Weeknd’s “Can’t Feel My Face” to Prince’s ” Nothing Compares 2 U .” Last weekend, during a pair of arena shows in Manchester and London, the group also trotted out a tribute to Beyonce, tackling “Daddy Lessons” from the singer’s newly-released Lemonade . In the video above, Maines, Emily Robison and Martie Maguire line up against the lip of the stage, joined by a seated version of their touring band. “Daddy Lessons” gets off to a rocky start — “Alright, hold up, y’all; I’ve already messed this whole thing up,” Maines admits during the intro, before asking Robison for her starting note — but finishes strong, backed by thick harmonies and the percussive clatter of two drummers.  The Dixie Chicks will head back home later this week, following two sold-out shows in Scotland and Ireland. Augustana, Elle King, Josh Herbert, Anderson East, Vintage Trouble and Smooth Hound Smith are all lined up to open a handful of shows during the American tour

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Pearl Jam Perform ‘Ten’ in Its Entirety at Philadelphia Concert

Pearl Jam  performed their second of two Philadelphia shows Friday night at the city’s Wells Fargo Center, a concert that marked the band’s 10th consecutive sell-out at the venue. To celebrate, not only did the Wells Fargo Center put up a banner  commemorating Pearl Jam’s achievement, the band also played their classic 1991 debut Ten  in its entirety and in order for the first time. Hear Eddie Vedder’s Moving Speech on North Carolina Boycott Like Thursday night’s Philadelphia concert, Pearl Jam opened up with Ten ‘s first track “Once,” but this time the band followed that up with “Evenflow,” and then “Alive” and then the full album performance of Ten was officially on. The surprise Ten run-through was the second time this tour Pearl Jam has explored one of their album’s in its entirety – they previously played Vs. at a Greenville, South Carolina concert on April 16th – and their fourth time overall, following a No Code performance in Moline, Illinois and a full Yield in Milwaukee in October 2014. In March, bassist Jeff Ament admitted to Rolling Stone that he’s “never been a fan” of full album performances. “I saw Cheap Trick do three albums and that was amazing

The Journey by West Of Here – A Journey Worth Taking

I’m guessing most readers haven’t heard of West of Here or their recently released album, The Journey. You should probably change that as soon as possible. The Journey was a surprise of a pop gem, and it’s definitely one of the most interesting releases to come from a lesser-known act so far this year. At first listen it sounded like another likeable album, but then the highlights started sticking out more and more. “Lighthouse” was when I first started noticing that this album is a cut above many others. It has a darker and grittier sound, but it’s still

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