Rock

Dave Grohl: Foo Fighters Have 'Arsenal of Material Ready'

2020 was supposed to be the year of Foo Fighters. Dave Grohl and company planned to celebrate their 25th anniversary with a new album, a tour, and a giant Fourth of July stadium show. Then COVID-19 happened.
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13 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony Performances You Need to Watch

The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame has been uploading archival performances to their YouTube channel at a feverish clip. With hundreds of videos now available, we went through and found 13 performances to watch right away.
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Moshing and Crowd Surfing Banned Under New Concert Safety Guidelines

While concerts will be different in the near future, fans hoping to hop in a mosh pit or crowd surf to the front row once venues open back up are in for a disappointmoint.
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GoFundMe Launched To Help Beloved Music Icon Matt Pinfield 'Get Better'

“If you know Matt Pinfield, you love Matt Pinfield,” says fundraiser organizer Chris Trovero on the GoFundMe page that he has set up for his friend and creative partner with a goal of reaching $50,000.
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Brendon Urie Joins Jimmy Fallon for a Perfect 'Under Pressure' Cover

While it’s a screen full of faces, with plenty of interesting sounds to focus on, we suggest fixing your eyes on The Roots’ Kamal Gray in the top right corner. The joy on his face while performing is priceless.
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Masks and Temperature Checks: What Concerts Could Look Like Under Event Safety Guidelines

Steven Adelman and Jacob Worek of the Event Safety Alliance have released a 29-page guide outlining recommended guidelines venues follow upon reopening.
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Shinedown's Brent Smith Ready to Return to the Road: 'You Can't Stay Inside Forever'

While some celebrities are touting antibody testing as a catalyst to the return to normalcy, others are moving ahead with plans they had put in place. Take Jacksonville, FL rockers Shinedown for example.
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Dave Grohl Writes Essay on Live Music: 'We Will Do It Again, Because We Have To'​

Few people can attest to the power of a live audience quite like Dave Grohl can, and the Foo Fighters frontman does just that in a new essay published by The Atlantic.
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Bono Pens Letters to Billie Eilish and David Bowie for 60th Birthday Celebration

“’These are some of the songs that saved my life… The ones I couldn’t have lived without… the ones that got me from there to here, zero to 60…” says U2’s enigmatic front man, Bono, on the band’s website.
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Live Nation Outlines Reopening Of Business Featuring Crowdless Shows and Drive-In Concerts

Live Nation CEO Michael Rapino hosted a call with the company’s investors discussing its first quarter earnings and took on many questions regarding the reopening of business and what that would look like.
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