Guns N’ Roses are beating a dead horse again. Last night, during the Oklahoma City stop on the 2019 leg of their Not In This Lifetime reunion tour, they played the Use Your Illusion I deep cut “Dead Horse” live for the first time since in 26 years. According to Setlist.fm, the last … More »
In March and April 2020, Lollapalooza makes its high-profile stops in South America with an eye-popping lineup that features some of the best in today’s music scene.
The last weekend in March, Lollapalooza Chile celebrates its 10th anniversary with a lineup that includes Guns n’ Roses, Travis Scott, The Strokes, Lana Del Rey, Martin Garrix, Gwen Stefani, and many more. Other dance music offerings include Armin van Buuren, REZZ, Illenium, Alan Walker, and more. The festival will take place at O’Higgins Park in Santiago.
The same weekend, Lollapalooza Argentina delivers a similar lineup, topped by all of the above, along with other headliners who will make their mark on Hippodromo de San Isidro in Buenos Aires.
The first weekend in April, Lollapalooza Brazil offers a comparable lineup to its South American predecessors, also featuring performances by Armin van Buuren, REZZ, Illenium, Alan Walker, along with the headliners. It takes place at Autódromo de Interlagos in São Paulo.
Tickets and more information about Lollapalooza Chile are available here.
Tickets and more information about Lollapalooza Argentina are available here.
Tickets and more information about Lollapalooza Brazil are available here.
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Guns N’ Roses are currently in the middle of a North American tour, following rumbles from the guys that they have been working on new music. In between weekends performing at the Austin City Limits festival, Guns N’ Roses headed over to Wichita, Kansas’ INTRUST Bank Arena to play a show, … More »
The former Guns N’ Roses member Steven Adler, one of the all-time great rock drummers, has been hospitalized with a self-inflicted stab wound. According to TMZ, Adler was taken to a Los Angeles hospital last night after someone in his house called 911. He’s being treated for a stab wound to his stomach, … More »
Three years ago, the classic-lineup Guns N’ Roses members Slash and Duff McKagan rejoined the band, once again forming that eternal triumverate with Axl Rose. They played Coachella and headed out on the Not In This Lifetime tour. Three years is a long time! It’s the same length of time between the release … More »
Austin City Limits Music Festival has unleashed its 2019 lineup ahead of its two autumnal weekends: Oct. 4-6 and Oct. 11-13.
Since 2002, the festival has drawn music fans spanning all genres to Zilker Park for consecutive weekends of the industry’s top names. This year’s iteration boasts Guns n’ Roses, Mumford & Sons, Childish Gambino, The Cure, Cardi B (weekend one), Billie Eilish, Tame Impala, and Robyn (weekend two) as headliners. Electronic music fans will delight in lineup additions like GRiZ, RL Grime, Fisher, Hippie Sabotage, Kaytranada, Troyboi, Jai Wolf, and more.
Childish Gambino was forced to cancel his appearance at last year’s festival after a foot injury, so fans who were hoping to catch his performance in 2018 will delight in two performances at the festival’s 2019 edition.
The festival features eight different stages to cater to fans of rock, indie, country, folk, electronic, and hip-hop, so regardless of one’s musical persuasion, this lineup features something for everyone.
Tickets and more information are available here.
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Veteran character actor Seymour Cassel died Monday at the age of 84. Cassel was best known for his collaborations with director John Cassavetes and was nominated for an Oscar in 1969 for his work in Faces. The prolific actor went on to work with the likes of Robert Altman and Barry Levinson before becoming a … More »
Goth-folk singer-songwriter Marissa Nadler is teaming up with with Stephen Brodsky of Mutoid Man and Cave In for a collaborative full-length called Droneflower. We’ve already heard one song from it, “For The Sun,” which showcased their particular blend of ghostliness and heaviness. And today, they’ve shared another track. More »
The Guns N’ Roses bassist Duff McKagan has had a fascinating life. McKagan started out playing in Seattle punk bands like the Fastbacks and the Fartz. He moved to Los Angeles in 1983, joined Guns N’ Roses a couple of year later, and then spent years with one of the biggest and notorious rock bands … More »