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Foo Fighters issue statement after Queens show cut short due to weather concerns - www.nme.com - New York - county Queens
nme.com
18.07.2024 / 10:45

Foo Fighters issue statement after Queens show cut short due to weather concerns

Foo Fighters have issued a statement after their concert in Queens was cut show due to dangerous weather conditions – see what the band had to say below.Last night (July 17), Dave Grohl and co. took to the Citi Field stadium in Queens, New York for the first of two shows at the venue.

ABC Cancels 1 TV Show in 2024, Renews 16 Others: Renewal & Cancellation Recap - www.justjared.com
justjared.com
17.07.2024 / 22:54

ABC Cancels 1 TV Show in 2024, Renews 16 Others: Renewal & Cancellation Recap

There have been lots of TV show renewal and cancellation updates over at ABC.

Maya Jama shockingly confirms split from Stormzy after a year together saying 'we tried' - www.ok.co.uk - Britain - Greece
ok.co.uk
17.07.2024 / 11:29

Maya Jama shockingly confirms split from Stormzy after a year together saying 'we tried'

Maya Jama and Stormzy have called it quits once again. The Love Island presenter and the British rap sensation, who first sparked a romance five years ago, have confirmed they've gone their separate ways after rekindling their relationship for another year.

Travis Scott breaks Tottenham Hotspur Stadium record at his biggest show to date - www.nme.com - Britain - USA - Manchester - Madrid - Houston - city Prague - Lisbon
nme.com
16.07.2024 / 15:40

Travis Scott breaks Tottenham Hotspur Stadium record at his biggest show to date

Travis Scott has broken a record at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, after performing what was his biggest headline show to date.The rapper is currently halfway through his series of UK and European live shows, taking place as part of his ‘Utopia: Circus Maximus tour’. It kicked off with an opening night at the GelreDome venue in Arnhem on June 28, before continuing throughout July with stops in Krakow (2), Zurich (4), Nice (6) and Antwerk (9).From there, he headed over to the UK for two shows – performing at London’s Tottenham Hotspur Stadium on July 11 and Manchester’s Co-Op Live on July 13.Now, it has been confirmed that the London gig was his biggest show to date, and saw him draw in over 48,500 attendees and gross more than $6.6million (£5.1million) from that one night alone.

Eddie Vedder calls Pearl Jam’s “frightening” recent illness a “near-death experience” - www.nme.com - London - Berlin
nme.com
13.07.2024 / 13:34

Eddie Vedder calls Pearl Jam’s “frightening” recent illness a “near-death experience”

Eddie Vedder described Pearl Jam’s recent health scare as a “near-death experience” when speaking to fans over the weekend.The grunge icons had to cancel tour dates in London and Berlin over the last couple of weeks, something Vedder discussed during the band’s encore in Barcelona on Saturday (July 6).In between performing ‘Just Breathe’ and ‘Wasted Reprise’, the Pearl Jam frontman said: “Can I just say that the last week, it almost felt like a near-death experience. It was very uncomfortable, and it got frightening. It felt like chest bronchitis.

MVT suggests Premier League-style ticket levy for stadium gigs as England progress in Euro 2024 - www.nme.com - Britain
nme.com
13.07.2024 / 12:18

MVT suggests Premier League-style ticket levy for stadium gigs as England progress in Euro 2024

#Euro2024 pic.twitter.com/DvvYiLDv27— Music Venue Trust (@musicvenuetrust) July 6, 2024“They nurture young talent at a grassroots level, and support finding it in every corner and community, so that every kid – from every walk of life – has a chance to walk out onto the biggest stage and do what they do best.“The simple question is: Why can’t we have the same for music that they have for football?” it added. “A £1 levy on stadium and arena tickets for concerts would generate millions of pounds of vital income to ensure that the UK keeps creating national heroes.”The simple question is: Why can’t we have the same for music, that they have for football..? A £1 levy on stadium and arena tickets for concerts would generate millions of pounds of vital income to ensure that the UK keeps creating national heroes.

Radio DJ 'kidnapped and tortured to death in restaurant' beside Tottenham Hotspur stadium - www.ok.co.uk - Britain - Turkey
ok.co.uk
13.07.2024 / 11:37

Radio DJ 'kidnapped and tortured to death in restaurant' beside Tottenham Hotspur stadium

A well-known DJ suffered a horrific fate at the hands of "sadistic thugs" who kidnapped, tortured, and ultimately left him to die in the woods, according to chilling court details. Koray Alpergin, a prominent DJ and owner of Turkish radio station Bizim FM, was abducted alongside his girlfriend Gozde Dalbudak after dining in Mayfair, central London, in October 2022. After their harrowing ordeal, Mr.

Cypress Hill set for London Symphony Orchestra gig — just like ‘The Simpsons’ predicted in 1996 - nypost.com - county Hall
nypost.com
13.07.2024 / 07:56

Cypress Hill set for London Symphony Orchestra gig — just like ‘The Simpsons’ predicted in 1996

“The Simpsons” isn’t only notable for being the longest running animated series in history – now, it’s also predicted the future. In a 1996 episode of the hit show called “Homerpalooza,” there was a joke where hip-hop group Cypress Hill mistakenly booked the London Symphony Orchestra while they were under the influence.The two different musical groups ended up collaborating on a version of the band’s hit 1993 single “Insane in the Brain.”“We mostly know classical, but we could give it a shot,” the conductor of the London Symphony Orchestra tells them in the episode. On Wednesday night, that 1996 joke will become a reality, when Cypress Hill, which first formed in 1988, perform their Black Sunday album at the Royal Albert Hall in London.

Cypress Hill Joins London Symphony In A Mashup Inspired By ‘The Simpsons’ - deadline.com - county Hall - Colorado
deadline.com
13.07.2024 / 03:26

Cypress Hill Joins London Symphony In A Mashup Inspired By ‘The Simpsons’

Some 28 years ago, The Simpsons made a jokey reference to a team up of rappers Cypress Hill and the London Symphony Orchestra, a match made while the 420-friendly group was allegedly high.

Morgan Wallen Postpones Three Stadium Shows, Cites Illness - deadline.com - Florida - North Carolina - Charlotte, state North Carolina
deadline.com
13.07.2024 / 01:28

Morgan Wallen Postpones Three Stadium Shows, Cites Illness

Country music star Morgan Wallen has postponed his show tonight in Tampa, Florida, and two on July 18 and 19 in Charlotte, North Carolina at Bank of America stadium.

Josh Klinghoffer, Guitarist For Pearl Jam And Red Hot Chili Peppers, Sued For Wrongful Death - deadline.com - Los Angeles - California - county Ashley - Israel
deadline.com
12.07.2024 / 16:56

Josh Klinghoffer, Guitarist For Pearl Jam And Red Hot Chili Peppers, Sued For Wrongful Death

Josh Klinghoffer, a guitarist who has played with Pearl Jam, Jane’s Addiction, and the Red Hot Chili Peppers, is being sued for wrongful death and negligence for a fatal accident involving a pedestrian.

Pearl Jam cancel more European stadium shows due to illness: “The impacts of this decision are not lost on us” - www.nme.com - Manchester - Berlin
nme.com
01.07.2024 / 06:35

Pearl Jam cancel more European stadium shows due to illness: “The impacts of this decision are not lost on us”

Pearl Jam have cancelled more European stadium shows over illness – see what the band had to say below.Last night (June 30), Eddie Vedder and co. took to social media to announce that their two upcoming concerts in Berlin on July 2 and July 3 have been cancelled, with refunds being available at the point of purchase.In their attached statement, the band shared that the band have “yet to make a full recovery” after falling sick last week.

Pearl Jam’s Stone Gossard on survival, his love of IDLES and the chances of Glastonbury - www.nme.com - USA - Seattle
nme.com
27.06.2024 / 19:05

Pearl Jam’s Stone Gossard on survival, his love of IDLES and the chances of Glastonbury

Pearl Jam’s Stone Gossard has spoken to NME about the band’s upcoming London shows, his side project Painted Shield, his love of IDLES, and the band’s plans for this year’s US Presidential election.Currently touring to support their 12th album ‘Dark Matter’, the Seattle legends play two shows at the stadium this weekend (June 29 and 30), which Gossard promised us would bring mixture of favourites and surprises.“We’ll probably try to sprinkle in some new stuff every night, and we’re playing some of the hits as well,” he said. “It’s a good show.

Listen to Pearl Jam’s Eddie Vedder’s hopeful cover of ‘Save It For Later’ on ‘The Bear’ season 3 soundtrack - www.nme.com - Britain - Chicago
nme.com
27.06.2024 / 19:05

Listen to Pearl Jam’s Eddie Vedder’s hopeful cover of ‘Save It For Later’ on ‘The Bear’ season 3 soundtrack

Pearl Jam frontman Eddie Vedder has contributed his cover of ‘Save It For Later’ by The Beat (or The English Beat) to season three of The Bear.The third season of the Emmy-winning restaurant drama aired yesterday (June 26) and received a mixed reaction from critics.As well as the award-winning acting, impressive shots of downtown Chicago and gripping storylines, the show has gained a reputation for its soundtracks.Featuring tracks from Radiohead to Genesis and Taylor Swift, the show’s varied themes are often represented by its diverse soundtrack.While there has been some repetition of artists used for the soundtrack, including Pearl Jam, whose songs ‘Animal’ and ‘Come Back’ made it into previous seasons, Vedder makes his debut solo feature on the show.It also marks his first official studio release of the cover. In the past, he has performed the song with Pearl Jam as part of a ‘Better Man’ live medley.The track also appeared in the background of a teaser trailer released earlier this month, which showed Jeremy Allen White and Ayo Edebiri’s characters preparing to open their new restaurant, now named ‘The Bear’.In a glowing four-star review of the series, NME wrote about the show’s music choices: “Musically, the first few episodes hold back on the show’s traditional juicy needle-drops, although Radiohead’s ‘Nice Dream’ plays (a second appearance for the British band in the show).But as later EPs drop, so do the tracks, including a glorious use of Beastie Boys’ ‘Sabotage’.

Pom Klementieff Has Talked To James Gunn About “One Specific Character” For Her In The DCU - theplaylist.net
theplaylist.net
25.06.2024 / 01:51

Pom Klementieff Has Talked To James Gunn About “One Specific Character” For Her In The DCU

It’s no surprise we’ve seen some familiar faces show up in the early cast of the new DCU that James Gunn is working on. Gunn is famous for bringing back actors he enjoyed working with on new projects, with regulars like Nathan Fillion and Michael Rooker showing up in just about everything the director does.

Pearl Jam voice support for assault victim Natasha O’Brien as they kick off UK and Ireland tour in Dublin – see setlist - www.nme.com - Britain - Ireland - Dublin
nme.com
24.06.2024 / 21:29

Pearl Jam voice support for assault victim Natasha O’Brien as they kick off UK and Ireland tour in Dublin – see setlist

Eddie Vedder spoke out in support of assault victim Natasha O’Brien last Saturday (June 22) during a Pearl Jam gig in Dublin.Halfway through their set at Marlay Park, Vedder acknowledged the recent protests that have taken place in four cities across the Republic of Ireland, after a serving soldier of the Defence Forces was given a suspended sentence for attacking O’Brien.It was reported that Cathal Crotty punched O’Brien six times after she asked him to stop shouting homophobic abuse.

Jamie Kellner, TV Maverick Who Launched Both Fox and The WB, Dies at 77 - variety.com
variety.com
23.06.2024 / 00:55

Jamie Kellner, TV Maverick Who Launched Both Fox and The WB, Dies at 77

Michael Schneider Variety Editor at Large Jamie Kellner, who made his name as the only exec ever to create two broadcast networks — Fox and The WB (both of which also achieved profitability under his watch), died Friday at his home in Montecito, Calif. He was 77.

Jamie Kellner Dies: TV Executive Who Helped Launch Fox & The WB Was 77 - deadline.com - Santa
deadline.com
22.06.2024 / 22:59

Jamie Kellner Dies: TV Executive Who Helped Launch Fox & The WB Was 77

Jamie Kellner, an extremely well-respected TV executive who helped launch Fox and The WB broadcast networks, has died at the age of 77.

James Arthur on celeb friends and being a dad - 'There's things I hope she doesn't read about me' - www.ok.co.uk
ok.co.uk
22.06.2024 / 14:59

James Arthur on celeb friends and being a dad - 'There's things I hope she doesn't read about me'

Singer James Arthur can transcend listeners to a happy place with his vocals. But ‘happy’ isn’t a word that James has always been familiar with. Not many can say they shared the stage with a Pussycat Doll aged 24, with 8 million people watching.

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