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The Killers Share New Song 'Boy' Just in Time For Their Rescheduled Tour: Listen

The Killers debuted a new song during their set at Spain's Mad Cool Festival last month, and now the band has officially released the song.  "Boy" is another arena sized track mixing rock and  new wave synths. 

 

 "This was the first song written after we had to cancel the Imploding The Mirage tour due to the pandemic," lead singer Brandon Flowers says. "I had recently moved back to Utah and started to make trips to Nephi, where I grew up. I found that the place I had wanted to get away from so desperately at 16 was now a place that I couldn’t stop returning to. I have a son approaching the age I was at that time in my life. With 'boy,' I want to reach out and tell myself - and my sons - to not overthink it. And to look for the “white arrows” in their lives. For me now, white arrows are my wife, children, my songs and the stage."

 

 Check it out below and don't miss the Killers in DC on October 10

 

 

Watch St. Vincent' Funky / Jazzy Cover of Fleetwood Mac's 'Dreams' on The Late Show

St. Vincent - aka- Annie Clark filled in for Jon Batiste along side The Late Show With Stephen Colbert house band Stay Human - and during a commericial break - they busted out an amazing funky / jazzy cover of  Fleetwood Mac’s “Dreams” 

Only the studio audience at the Ed Sullivan Theater that night was lucky enough to see the full performance - until now -  as the cover has been uploaded to the show's “The Late Show Commercial Breakdown” YouTube series.

 

Watch St. Vincent' Funky / Jazzy Cover of Fleetwood Mac's 'Dreams' on The Late Show

St. Vincent - aka- Annie Clark filled in for Jon Batiste along side The Late Show With Stephen Colbert house band Stay Human - and during a commericial break - they busted out an amazing funky / jazzy cover of  Fleetwood Mac’s “Dreams” 

Only the studio audience at the Ed Sullivan Theater that night was lucky enough to see the full performance - until now -  as the cover has been uploaded to the show's “The Late Show Commercial Breakdown” YouTube series.

 

Dave Grohl, Nine Inch Nails, The Black Keys, & The Breeders joining Joe Walsh for for VetsAid 2022

Joe Walsh's sixth annual VetsAid concert -  raising money for veterans’ services charities - will take place November 13 at Nationwide Arena in Columbus, OH - with a stacked lineup - 

 

This year’s VetsAid is a celebration of Ohio rock, with the Cleveland-based James Gang (joined by Warren, OH naive Dave Grohl), Dayton’s the Breeders, Cleveland’s Nine Inch Nails, and Akron’s the Black Keys.  

In a statement - Walsh said

 “It all started in Ohio.  Picking up my first guitar as a kid in Columbus set me on a musical journey to Kent State, Cleveland and then the world. It is a great privilege for me to share the stage once again with my original James Gang buddies and this incredible group of Ohio rock legends like Trent Reznor and Nine Inch Nails, The Black Keys, The Breeders and Dave Grohl. I believe in Ohio and look forward to celebrating our musical legacy while honoring our veterans with VetsAid 2022.”

Tickets for VetsAid 2022 go on sale Friday, August 5 at 10 AM.

Green Day played played a heavy helping of rarities at intimate Lollapalooza aftershow in Chicago (pics, video, setlist)

Ahead of their headlining slot on Sunday - Green Day unleashed a heavy helping of rarities during their (semi)surprise Lollapalooza aftershow at Chicago’s Metro nightclub Friday night.  

 

The Chicago times reports: 

“Welcome to our little superspreader event,” the frontman joked, commenting on the wall-to-wall bodies that may have been the most packed Metro has ever been (even more so than Metallica’s rare appearance last fall). It should be said Metro abided by its vaccination requirement and encouraged masking for attendees.

 

Yet, the greatest-hits set did a great job of bringing people back to the good old days anyway — like grade school and high school old days. In the 90-minute performance, the band got through 25 of its best, with “Welcome to Paradise” and “Basket Case” eliciting full-on singalongs from more than a nostalgic few. Armstrong at one point even threw his mic in the crowd for a sweaty fan to take over. In the mix, there were also some “deep cuts,” including “Church on Sunday,” the happy reaction a testament to the fact that the room was filled with the diehards who were supposed to be there. [Chicago Sun Times]

 

SETLIST: GREEN DAY @ METRO, 7/29/2022
American Idiot
Holiday
Revolution Radio
Letterbomb
Church on Sunday
Too Dumb to Die
Scattered
Bang Bang
Chump
Longview
Burnout
Disappearing Boy
Private Ale
Christie Road
One of My Lies
Whatsername
Oh Love
Warning
Murder City
Welcome to Paradise
Geek Stink Breath
Stuck With Me
Basket Case
Brain Stew
St. Jimmy
J.A.R. (Jason Andrew Relva)
Minority
Waiting

 

 

 

 

#BowieCon 23 - David Bowie World Fan Conventionf is coming to New York City in 2023

After a successful stint in Liverpool last month, the David Bowie World Fan Convention has announced it will come stateside in 2023 - setting up shop at  the New York City venue Terminal 5 on June 17 and 18, 2023,

Details are still  TBA, but the Liverpool edition featured story telling with multiple Bowie collaborators, live Bowie tribute sets, the Bowie Ball, and more. 

 

The event's press release reads:

The next convention coincides with both the 40th Anniversary of the release of Bowie’s transformative album Let’s Dance and half-century since the release of the equally iconic, Aladdin Sane. Organizers are planning for both albums to get star treatment over the course of the weekend.

Hell’s Kitchen’s Terminal 5 venue has been confirmed as the setting for the next convention, utilising the innovative, multi-level and multi-environment venue for the convention’s range of talks, meet-and-greets, live performances and, of course, the showstopping Bowie Ball.

Limited VIP Tickets will afford fans the opportunity to visit key New York City locations linked to Bowie’s work and his life living there including Andy Warhol’s Factory, CBGB and Max’s Kansas City venues and Bowie’s apartment with more to be announced.

A specially-published #BowieCon23 map also puts attendees in charge of their own route around the city.

[...] Dave Pichilingi, Co-Founder of the David Bowie World Fan Convention, says: “Taking the David Bowie World Fan Convention to New York is to take the story to the heart of his story, with the recording of albums including those later-life classics, The Next Day and Blackstar, as well as Let’s Dance and Never Let Me Down all being rooted in the city. This year’s event proved the status of musicians, photographers, filmmakers, and other high-profile Bowie collaborators that this event can attract and New York will certainly be no different.”

A sell-out success in its first year, the convention, a collaboration between the Sound City music festival and the influential David Bowie Glamour fanzine, brought together an enviable list of participants, including (but not limited to) guitarist, Carlos Alomar and Young Americans vocalist, Robin Clark. Amongst their incredible stories, told to a packed room of hundreds, was the tale of their first meeting with Bowie in New York itself, the home-cooked dinner for the emaciated star that followed, and Bowie’s later return for the 'Fame' sessions with John Lennon in tow.

Celebrating the news that the convention is to visit his home city next time around, Alomar said: “The British are coming!!! The British are coming!!! Yes, indeed, they are. The David Bowie World Fan Convention 2023 is coming, and there’s no better way to celebrate the life and works of David Bowie than to get together in New York City, a place where David and I recorded so much great material and a place we both called home. This couldn’t be more appropriate or exciting. This thing just gets bigger …and better.”

Further, prestigious guests included bass player, Gail Ann Dorsey, Blackstar collaborator Donny McCaslin and the last surviving member of the Spiders from Mars, Woody Woodmansey. They joined fans, panel moderator and author, Nicholas Pegg, as well influential photographers, video makers and artists known-by and inspired-by Bowie in Liverpool for the three-day celebration of the legendary musician’s life and work.

The scenes witnessed in Liverpool did justice to the memory of the man everyone had gathered to celebrate, with bands including Rebel Heroes and The London Boys lining up for faithful live recreations of his most famous recorded work, while a carefully curated selection of performance artists made wild and wonderful interpretations come to life at the dress-up-and-dance Bowie Ball. Taking place at the ornate St George’s Hall in the center of Liverpool, the ball – which will return to the NYC event in 2023 – saw face-painted Aladdin Sanes, hair-streaked Let’s Dance-era Bowies, and more than one Ziggy Stardust in attendance.

Bruce Springsteen Joined Bleachers to perform 'Chinatown' in New York: Watch

In the middle of Bleachers’ headlining set at Radio City Music Hall, Bruce Springsteen took to the stage to duet with Jack Antonoff on “Chinatown,” the collaborative single from Bleachers' 2021 album Take the Sadness out of Saturday Night.   Check out footage below: 

 

 

Watch Joni Mitchell's Rare Surprise Performance With Brandi Carlile at Newport Folk Festival: Watch

Paul Simon wasn't the only '60s-era legend to make a surprise appearance at this year's Newport Folk Festival

 

Joni Mitchell, who hasn’t performed live since 2013, made a surprise appearance at the 2022 Newport Folk Festival.  

 

Mitchell, who was also at the 1967 Newport Folk Festival, made a surprise appearance during Brandi Carlile's set and played multiple classic songs including "A Case of You", "Big Yellow Taxi",  "The Circle Game", "Clouds" and "Summertime." Watch videos and see some pics below.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Watch Paul Simon's surprise Newport Folk set with Nathaniel Rateliff, Lucius & more (video)

The Newport Folk Festival has become known for its surprise collaborations and special sets.  Friday night in 2022 alone saw Adia Victoria join The National...

 

 

... and Dinosaur Jr brought out Courtney Barnett 

 

 

But it was Saturday's closing set that was truly epic this year ... with Paul Simon taking the stage during Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats' "American Tune Review" tribute to  ... Paul Simon.  

 

After a set that included guest spots from Marcus Mumford, Lucius, Natalie Merchant and more ... Nathaniel welcomed Paul to the stage to perform GracelandAmerican Tune and a big group singalong of The Boxer.   Simon closed the set with a solo acoustic rendition of "Sounds of Silence"  Watch video from the set below.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Johnny Marr joined Pearl Jam for covers of The Who and Neil Young at London's Hyde Park - Watch

Pearl Jam played two shows in London over the weekend and brought out some special guests each night.  The first night - Simon Townshend (Pete's brother and touring member of The Who) performed his song "I'm the Answer" with Eddie and Co.

 

 The second night (7/9), opening act - former Smiths guitarist/current Modest Mouse member  Johnny Marr , for a couple songs - including Neil Young's “Throw Your Hatred Down"  (from the 1995 Young/PJ collaborative album Mirror Ball) and again for the encore, guesting on their cover of The Who's classic "Baba O'Riley" - check out video from each performance below 

 

 

 

Taylor Hawkins' Son Honors Late Father by Performing Foo Fighters' 'My Hero' : Watch

Shane Hawkins - son of  the late Foo Fighter Taylor Hawkins, honored his father over the Fourth of July weekend by joining LA bad The Alive on drums for a cover of  Foo Fighters’ “My Hero”. 

 

Video from the  Laguna Beach (where Taylor gre up) block party has surfaced with captions like - “When Taylor Hawkins’ son gets on the drums and dedicates the song ‘My Hero’ to his dad",  “The hawk would’ve been proud” and  “not a dry eye in the house”.

 

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Watch Dave Matthews Band Collab with the Preservation Hall Jazz Band on Ants Marching

 

Dave Matthews Band guitarist Tim Reynolds missed his first shows with the band since 2008 over the weekend - after testing postive for Covid-19.  But DMB had some friends available to join them for their shows at Noblesville, Indiana’s Ruoff Music Center AKA Deer Creek - including the world renowned Preservation Hall Jazz Band. 

 

Check out the fan captured video of the epic Ants Marching jam below! 

 

Watch: Alanis Morissette Pays Tribute To Her Former Bandmate Taylor Hawkins At London Show

Alanis Morissette is back touring Europe in (the belated) honor of her album Jagged Little Pill's 25th anniversary.

At her London show on Tuesday night , Morissette dedicated her performance of the song “Ironic” to the late Foo Fighter and her former drummer Taylor Hawkins, who passed away earlier this year at the age of 50.  A montage of photos featuring Hawkins were displayed on the screen behind the stage during the song.  

 

 

Isn't it ironic that Hawkins performed in Morissette’s band during the original Jagged Little Pill tour ... with Foo Fighters as the opening act.

 

 

Foo Fighters Tap 12-Year-Old Drumming Phenom Nandi Bushell to Join Them for Taylor Hawkins Tribute Concert at Wembley

12-year-old drummer Nandi Bushell - who became an internet phenom after her virtual drum battle with Foo Fighters front-man Dave Grohl  - is set to take the stage with the Foos a their London tribute concert for Taylor Hawkins. 

Bushell will be behind the drums for the Wembley Stadium - joining an all star lineup that includes many of the late drummer’s closest friends and influences - like members of Queen, the Police, Rush, Oasis, Pretenders, and Queens of the Stone Age.  

 

“Mr. Grohl, it would be an honor to join you onstage…in tribute to my hero and friend, the legendary Taylor Hawkins ... With these sticks he gave me, I’m going to rock harder than I’ve ever rocked in my entire life!…This one’s for you, Taylor.”

Watch: Pearl Jam provided a once-in-a-lifetime moment for a terminally ill fan during their concert in Berlin, Germany

When Roland Mandel bought tickets to see Pearl Jam in 2019 - he had no idea that he would have to wait 2+ years for the show ... and that his life would be turned upside during that time due to a ALS diagnosis 

 

Despite only having a few months to live, the teacher from Lüneburg, Germany was determined to see Pearl Jam perform, but it almost didn't happen due to the show's venue being sold out of wheelchair-accessible spots.

 

Letters Mandel’s friends and family sent to the venue to explain the situation, made their way to the band and Mandel was able to secure a spot to watch the concert the side of the stage.  And the band even brought him onstage at the end of the show, after they covered the Ramones‘ “I Believe in Miracles”.

 

“He should also experience this special sight. He worked his ass off to be here tonight,” Eddie Vedder exclaimed as  Mandel witnessed the 20,000-person crowd chanting his name.

 

I'm not crying ... you're crying 

 

 

 

Dave Grohl & Bruce Springsteen Joined Paul McCartney Onstage at Glastonbury: Watch

Music festivals are known for having some surprise appearances ... and Paul McCartney's Saturday night headlining set at Glastonbury 2022 was no different 

 

The former Beatle brought out Bruce Springsteen (for the second show in a row) and Dave Grohl (making his first appearance since the passing of Taylor Hawkins) 

Photo via @PaulMcCartney on Twitter 

Grohl joined McCartney on stage to perform The Beatles’ “I Saw Her Standing There” and Wings’ “Band on the Run.” While Bruce Springsteen and McCartney  performed “Glory Days” and “I Wanna Be Your Man.”

 

McCartney later brought both musicians back on stage to close out his  38-song / three-hour set with “The End.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The former Beatle brought out Bruce Springsteen (for the second show in a row) and Dave Grohl (making his first appearance since the passing of Taylor Hawkins) 

 

Grohl joined McCartney on stage to perform The Beatles’ “I Saw Her Standing There” and Wings’ “Band on the Run.” While Bruce Springsteen and McCartney  performed “Glory Days” and “I Wanna Be Your Man.”

 

McCartney later brought both musicians back on stage to close out his  38-song / three-hour set with “The End.”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Watch David Byrne Join Jeff Tweedy for 'California Stars' at Solid Sound Festival

Wilco just finished up their annual Solid Sound festival at MASS MoCA in North Adams, Massachusetts and during one of final sets -  Jeff Tweedy was joined by  David Byrne for the “California Stars” finale of his set.

 

 

Tweedy was backed by his sons Spencer Tweedy on drums and Sammy Tweedy on vocals during his set.  The encore began with Sammy Tweedy leading a covers of Neil Young’s “Helpless” and “It Must Be Love” by Labi Siffre.

Jeff Tweedy then brought out Byrne, as well his Wilco band mates – guitarist Nels Cline, bassist John Stiratt, multi-instrumentalist Pat Sansone, keyboardist Mikael Jorgensen and drummer Glenn Kotche – for the “California Stars” finale.

Watch: Teaser Trailer for 'Moonage Daydream' Includes Never Before Seen David Bowie Footage

Moonage Daydream - the new documentary examining David Bowie's ability to transform, adapt, overcome and entertain groundbreaking ideas - made its debut his week at the 2022 Cannes Film Festival and now the rest of the world is getting their first look at the film via its debut teaser trailer.  

 

 

Following Bowie’s passing, his estate granted Brett Morgen access to over 5 million assets, including rare and never-before-seen drawings, films, journals and recordings. From this, Morgen created a film that allowed fans 'not to learn about Bowie but instead experience him'.

 

Critics are saying that Moonage Daydream's unique unabashed look at Bowie’s legacy reinforces what many felt: That Bowie was ahead of our time and his time and that “Bowie seems to have genuinely loved life.”

 

Moonage Daydream will be released in theaters  this September and will air on HBO and HBO Max in 2023.

Watch Harry Styles' Fun Cover of Wet Leg on BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge Performance

Harry Styles is set to embark on a massive world tour - and will be joined for 2023 dates by rising indie rock band Wet Leg. 

 

Styles must be a fan of the British duo - as he recently had a 'fun' time covering their song Wet Dream during his BBC Radio 1 Live Lounge performance.  Check out the footage below of one the biggest stars in the world singing: "What makes you think you're good enough to think about me when you're touching yourself?" :P 

 

 

Watch Pearl Jam's Original Drummer Dave Krusen Play With Band for First Time Since '91

After Pearl Jam’s drummer Matt Cameron tested positive for COVID-19 in the middle of their tour - the band has been performing with a cast of rotating drummers in his place.  Last night  - in Fresno California - the group’s original drummer Dave Krusen joined them for his first full concert performance with the group since May 25, 1991

 

He performed all but two songs from Pearl Jam’s debut album, Ten. The only songs missing from the LP were “Oceans” and “Release.”

 

Pearl Jam touring members Josh Klinghoffer and Richard Stuverud traded off on drums throughout the rest of the night

 

 

Pearl Jam
Save Mart Center – Fresno, Calif. 
May 16, 2022

Setlist: 

Elderly Woman Behind the Counter in a Small Town

Given to Fly

Do the Evolution

Corduroy 

Wishlist, Daughter

Don’t Gimme No Lip (Stone Gossard on vocals, first time live since 2016)

Once

Why Go

Even Flow Garden

Black

Eruption (Van Halen cover)

Animal,

Quick Escape,

Throw Your Hatred Down (Neil Young cover)

Purple Rain (Prince cover -live debut)

Porch 

Encore.:

 Jeremy 

Deep 

State of Love and Trust 

Alive 

Baba O’Riley (The Who cover)

Yellow Ledbetter

Watch U2's Bono and The Edge surprise concert from a Kyiv bomb shelter

 U2’s Bono and the Edge performed a surprise acoustic concert in a Kyiv subway station currently being used as a bomb shelter in the Ukraine capital.  Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy invited U2 to perform in the capital city “as a show of solidarity with the Ukrainian people,” as the band revealed in a tweet this morning.

 

Bono and the Edge performed the U2 classic “With or Without You,”  “Desire,” “Sunday Bloody Sunday,” “Angel of Harlem,” “Vertigo” and a version of Ben E King’s “Stand By Me” during the 40 minute set

 

Bono told the audience “The people in Ukraine are not just fighting for your own freedom, you are fighting for all of us who love freedom.  We pray that you will enjoy some of that peace soon.”

 

Bono invited Ukrainian singer Taras Topolya and his bandmates from Antytila—who are serving as soldiers amid the invasion—to join them as well.  

 

 

 

 

 

Pearl Jam pay tribute to Taylor Hawkins with emotional Foo Fighters cover - Watch

Pearl Jam paid tribute to the late Taylor Hawkins at their show last night in California - covering “Cold Day In The Sun,” a Hawkins-sung Foo Fighters song.

 

Similar to parts of Foo Fighter sets - Pearl Jam's drummer Matt Cameron handled guitar and vocals for the cover while Mark Guiliana filled in on drums and Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Chad Smith joined on tambourine.

 

 

Before the song, Eddie Vedder said - “It’s never easy when you lose someone.  As you get older, you’ll notice it starts happening more and more. It’s just where you are on the timeline and where your friends are on the timeline. But sometimes, like this, it’s so unexpected. It also makes it harder because he was someone who truly, truly loved living life on this planet. I guess the one thing we can be consoled by is the fact that he never wasted a moment, and he did live his life to the fullest. We just want more of it.”

 

 

 

Bob Dylan reimagines 'Subterranean Homesick Blues' video with Bruce Springsteen, Patti Smith, more

As part of the 60th anniversary celebration of Dylan as a recording artist, he released a new version of the video for the song "Subterranean Homesick Blues", featuring contributions of  the iconic cards from Patti Smith, Bruce Springsteen, Jim Jarmusch, Wim Wenders, Noel Fielding, and many more, some of whom appear in front of the camera, other who do not

 

 

The Dylan 60 website allows you to see all the artists who contributed. 

 

You can watch the remake along with the original below 

 

 

 

 

Paul McCartney Got Back Tour Kick Off Show Includes John Lennon 'Duet' - Watch

Paul McCartney took the stage for the first time in two years this week in - playing an intimate show in Spokane, WA.  

 

“They said, ‘Get back,’ and we got back. And it feels cool ... You’ll have to give me a moment to myself, just to let me take this in.” 

 

With a catalog as extensive as his - McCartney doesn’t need any additional hype to pack his concerts .. but that's not the case on this tour.   

 

For his performance of “I’ve Got A Feeling” - Paul was accompanied by archival  footage of John Lennon, taken from Peter Jackson’s Disney+ documentary “The Beatles: Get Back”.

 

Check out the two crooning 'alongside' each other.

 

 

 

“So, Peter Jackson, the director of the ‘Get Back’ film, he texts me one day. And he says, ‘We can extract John’s voice. He can sing with you live,’” McCartney told the roaring crowd after the song finished.

 

Here is some more more crowd shot footage of the show ... and hopefully a preview of what we'll see in June in Baltimore! 

 

 

 

Setlist:
Can’t Buy Me Love (The Beatles)
Junior’s Farm (Wings)
Letting Go (Wings)
Got To Get You Into My Life (The Beatles)
Come On To Me
Let Me Roll It (Wings)
Getting Better (The Beatles) (First time since 2003)
Women & Wives (Live debut)
My Valentine
1985 (Wings)
Maybe I’m Amazed
I’ve Just Seen A Face (The Beatles)
In Spite Of All The Danger (The Quarrymen)
Love Me Do (The Beatles)
Dance Tonight
Blackbird (The Beatles)
Here Today
Queenie Eye
Lady Madonna (The Beatles)
Fuh You
Being For The Benefit Of Mr. Kite (The Beatles)
Something (The Beatles)
Ob La Di Ob La Da (The Beatles)
You Never Give Me Your Money (The Beatles) (First time since 2003)
She Came in Through the Bathroom Window (The Beatles) (First time since 2008)
Get Back (The Beatles)
Band On The Run (Wings)
Let It Be (The Beatles)
Live And Let Die (Wings)
Hey Jude (The Beatles)

 

Encore:
I’ve Got A Feeling (The Beatles)
Birthday (The Beatles)
Helter Skelter (The Beatles)
Golden Slumbers (The Beatles)
Carry That Weight (The Beatles)
The End (The Beatles)

Live Nation has announced the return of 'Concert Week' - selling $25 tickets to over 3700 shows as part

Just when it seems like the price of everything is going up - Live Nation has announced they are dropping prices to concert tickets ... selling tickets to over 3700 shows for $25 - all in

Thats right- you can get tickets to see some amazing shows for less than a tank of gas during Concert Week, May 4 -11.  

 

Shows you can see through the promotion include: 070 Shake, 311, AFI, AJR, Alanis Morissette, Alice Cooper, Alice In Chains, Alicia Keys, Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness, Anthrax, BANKS, Benny the Butcher, Big K.R.I.T., Bleachers, Bon Iver, Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, Bonnie Raitt, Boyz II Men, Brandi Carlile, Chelsea Handler, Chicago and Brian Wilson, Chris Rock, Coheed and Cambria, Courtney Barnett, Dashboard Confessional, Dave Chappelle, Death Cab for Cutie, Debbie Gibson, Def Leppard & Mötley Crüe, Deftones, Denzel Curry, Devo, Duran Duran, EarthGang, Elvis Costello, Franz Ferdinand, Freddie Gibbs, Garbage, Goo Goo Dolls, H.E.R., HAIM, Halsey, Iliza Shlesinger, Incubus, Indigo Girls, Interpol and Spoon, Jack White, Jason Isbell, Jim Gaffigan, John Legend, John Mulaney, Kevin Hart, King Princess, KISS, Koffee, Korn and Evanescence, Kraftwerk, Leon Bridges, Lord Huron, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Mac DeMarco, Machine Gun Kelly, Maren Morris, Margaret Cho, Megadeth, Metric, Miranda Lambert and Little Big Town, Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats, New Found Glory, Nikki Glaser, Norah Jones, ODESZA, Patton Oswalt, Pet Shop Boys, Primus, Purity Ring, Rise Against, Rob Zombie and Mudvayne, Roxy Music, Santana and Earth, Wind, & Fire, Sheryl Crow, Sigur Rós, Simple Plan, Slipknot, Spoon, Steely Dan, SWEDISH HOUSE MAFIA, Summer Walker, Sylvan Esso, T-Pain, Tears For Fears, Tenacious D, The Black Keys, The Chicks, The Head and The Heart, The Killers, The Offspring, The Who, Third Eye Blind, Tina Fey, Willie Nelson, Wiz Khalifa and Logic, Wu-Tang Clanand Nas, Yola, ZZ Top, and more

 

Get all the details HERE