BottleRock Napa Valley 2024 Books Pearl Jam, Ed Sheeran, Queens of The Stone Age, Stevie Nicks, and MANÁ.


BottleRock Napa Valley 2024 has announced their lineup! Headliners are Pearl Jam, Ed Sheeran, Queens of The Stone Age, Stevie Nicks, and MANÁ. Presented by JaM Cellars, has announced the 2024 festival lineup today, featuring over 75 musical acts including headliners Pearl Jam, Ed Sheeran, Stevie Nicks, and MANÁ. The three-day music, wine, craft brew and culinary festival will take place in the City of Napa at the Napa Valley Expo on May 24-26, 2024. Three-day general admission tickets, including all fees, begin at $456 and go on sale at 10 a.m. PT on Tuesday, January 9, 2024 at the link below. Continue reading


Watch Pro-Shot Video of Metallica Covering “It’s Killing Me” Unplugged by UFO at The Third Annual Helping Hands Charity Concert


Metallica held it’s third annual All Within My Hands – Helping Hands Charity Concert. The event was the first broadcast all over the world. After a “black carpet” pre-show with band interviews, the main event was hosted by Jimmy Kimmel. Awards were handed out to fellow charitable difference makers from across the world of nonprofits and celebs. Greta Van Fleet opened, followed by Metallica. They performed a set of unplugged songs, followed by a break and then an electric set. Former Metallica AWMH intern Avi Vinocur, performed with the band on backing vocals, mandolin, acoustic, electric and 12-string guitars. Metallica performed two new covers (Thin Lizzy, UFO) and St. Vincent performed “Nothing Else Matters” with the band as well. Watch pro-shot of Metallica covering “It’s Killing Me” unplugged by UFO!

Setlist via Setlist.fm

Acoustic set:

Blackened

(“Blackened 2020” version)

The Unforgiven

Borderline

(Thin Lizzy cover) (Live debut)

It’s Killing Me

(UFO cover) (Live debut)

Whiskey in the Jar

([traditional] cover)

 

Electric set:

The Call of Ktulu

Harvester of Sorrow

Holier Than Thou

All Within My Hands

(with Avi Vinocur) (Acoustic version; Played electric)

Creeping Death

Enter Sandman

Lux Æterna

(False start due to a cymbal fall; Live debut)

Nothing Else Matters

(with St. Vincent) (Kirk Doodle Intro)

Seek & Destroy

 


Watch Pro-Shot Video of Metallica Covering “Borderline” by Thin Lizzy at The Third Annual Helping Hands Charity Concert


Metallica held it’s third annual All Within My Hands – Helping Hands Charity Concert. The event was the first broadcast all over the world. After a “black carpet” pre-show with band interviews, the main event was hosted by Jimmy Kimmel. Awards were handed out to fellow charitable difference makers from across the world of nonprofits and celebs. Greta Van Fleet opened, followed by Metallica. They performed a set of unplugged songs, followed by a break and then an electric set. Former Metallica AWMH intern Avi Vinocur, performed with the band on backing vocals, mandolin, acoustic, electric and 12-string guitars. Metallica performed two new covers (Thin Lizzy, UFO) and St. Vincent performed “Nothing Else Matters” with the band as well. Watch pro-shot of Metallica covering “Borderline” by Thin Lizzy unplugged! Continue reading


Watch Pro-Shot Video of Metallica Performing “Lux Æterna” Live for the First Time at The Third Annual Helping Hands Charity Concert



Metallica held it’s third annual All Within My Hands – Helping Hands Charity Concert. The event was the first broadcast all over the world. After a “black carpet” pre-show with band interviews, the main event was hosted by Jimmy Kimmel. Awards were handed out to fellow charitable difference makers from across the world of nonprofits and celebs. Greta Van Fleet opened, followed by Metallica. They performed a set of unplugged songs, followed by a break and then an electric set. Former Metallica AWMH intern Avi Vinocur, performed with the band on backing vocals, mandolin, acoustic, electric and 12-string guitars. Metallica performed two new covers (Thin Lizzy, UFO) and St. Vincent performed “Nothing Else Matters” with the band as well. Watch pro-short the debut live performance ever of the new Metallica single “Lux Æterna” from their upcoming 72 Seasons album coming out on April 14th, 2023 fro Blackened Recordings. Continue reading


Watch Metallica Perform “Lux Æterna” Live for the First Time at The Third Annual Helping Hands Charity Concert



Metallica held it’s third annual All Within My Hands – Helping Hands Charity Concert. The event was the first broadcast all over the world. After a “black carpet” pre-show with band interviews, the main event was hosted by Jimmy Kimmel. Awards were handed out to fellow charitable difference makers from across the world of nonprofits and celebs. Greta Van Fleet opened, followed by Metallica. They performed a set of unplugged songs, followed by a break and then an electric set. Former Metallica AWMH intern Avi Vinocur, performed with the band on backing vocals, mandolin, acoustic, electric and 12-string guitars. Metallica performed two new covers (Thin Lizzy, UFO) and St. Vincent performed “Nothing Else Matters” with the band as well. Watch the debut live performance ever of the new Metallica single “Lux Æterna” from their upcoming 72 Seasons album coming out on April 14th, 2023 fro Blackened Recordings. Continue reading


Bourbon and Beyond Festival Books Pearl Jam, Jack White, Brandi Carlile, Alanis Morissette, Kings of Leon, Greta Van Fleet, Chris Stapleton, The Doobie Brothers, and More!


 

Bourbon & Beyond Festival 2022 has announced its lineup and has major Hard Rock artists as headliners! Pearl Jam, Jack White, Brandi Carlile, Alanis Morissette, Kings of Leon, Greta Van Fleet, and Chris Stapleton, The Doobie Brothers will headline the four-day festival. This year’s event expands to a four-day festival for the first time, with fans descending upon Louisville, Kentucky’s Highland Festival Grounds at Kentucky Exposition Center from September 15th-18th, 2022.

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Foo Fighters, Dream Theater, and St. Vincent Win Rock, Metal and Alternative Awards at the 64th Annual Grammys


Foo Fighters, Dream Theater, and St. Vincent ran the table of the heavy music awards at the 64th annual Grammy Awards. Foo Fighters cleaned up in the Rock categories winning Best Rock Performance for “Making a Fire” and Best Rock Song for “Waiting On A War” – and Best Rock Album for 2021’s Medicine At Midnight (Roswell Records). The award is a posthumous accolade for drummer Taylor Hawkins, who passed away on March 25th. Long-running legendary prog metal band Dream Theater won for best Metal Performance for “The Alien” from their album “A View From The Top Of The World” released last fall 2021 (InsideOut Music). The band beat the most crowded field in the rock categories including Deftones, Mastodon, Gojira, and Rob Zombie, all past winners. St. Vincent won for Best Alternative Music Album Vocal or Instrumental for the song “Daddy’s Home.”

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Red Hot Chili Peppers Book 2022 World Tour Dates with Beck, Anderson Paak, The Strokes, HAIM, A$AP Rocky, St. Vincent and More!


Red Hot Chili Peppers have confirmed the details of their 2022 world tour of stadiums. The band shared another humorous video teaser the fictional KHOT station. In the video, the station’s presenters (aka RHCP singer Anthony Kiedis, bassist Flea and drummer Chad Smith) interviewed John Frusciante about the prospect of the tour, the follow up to an earlier announcement last month. Direct support on those dates will come from Beck, Anderson .Paak, ThundercatThe Strokes, HAIM, A$AP Rocky, St. Vincent and more to be announced. See full dates and routing as of now below, and tickets go on sale to the public on October, 15th 2021. You can purchase tickets as well by pre-ordering the as yet unnamed new Chili’s album at the link below. Chances are we will get full details and new music soon.

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NEW MUSIC FRIDAY: January 31st New Music Releases


 

Purchase And Stream All The New Music Released Today!

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Metallica’s Kirk Hammett Says The Band Doesn’t Appreciate His Influences


In a new interview with Annie Clark, a.k.a. St. Vincent, as part of Rolling Stone magazine’s “Musicians On Musicians” issue, Metallica lead guitarist Kirk Hammett has complained that his contributions don’t make it into new Metallica albums because the band is not receptive to some of his outside musical influences. Continue reading