Smash Mouth has now joined the list of high-profile bands to perform for large crowds amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. The group performed in Sturgis, South Dakota on Sunday as part of the annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally.
A local news outlet reported that the concert drew "hundreds, if not thousands" of fans, sharing a pair of videos in which few concertgoers can be seen wearing masks or adhering to social distancing guidelines. Mash Mouth lead singer Steve Harwell.The band recently
Glasvegas have announced that they’re working on new music, their first in seven years.The Glaswegian band haven’t released any new music since 2013’s ‘Later…When The TV Turns To Static’, but that’s about to change according to frontman James Allan.Taking to Instagram tonight (August 10) to explain why it’s taken so long for Glasvegas to return to making music, Allan has revealed that it has a lot to do with wanting to create a new album “free of any outside assistance.”“It’s been 7 years since
hereSally Cook, co-founder of the Passport: Back To Our Roots campaign, said: "It's incredibly exciting to see artists supporting the grassroots venues that form the foundation of the UK's live music industry, acknowledging their importance and celebrating the unrivalled experience of watching your favourite bands up close and personal, surrounded by friends and united in appreciation for live music in all its loud and sweaty glory."The Music Venue Trust (MVT), which represents grassroots music
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