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Black Sabbath’s Geezer Butler says he was a fan of Slipknot and the ’90s nu-metal explosion - www.nme.com
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17.07.2024 / 11:03

Black Sabbath’s Geezer Butler says he was a fan of Slipknot and the ’90s nu-metal explosion

Black Sabbath‘s Geezer Butler has spoken about his appreciation for Slipknot and the nu-metal explosion in the 1990s – see what the legendary bassist had to say below.Speaking to Knotfest, the Black Sabbath co-founder shared that he found the ’90s wave of nu-metal interesting, and refreshing. Out of the explosion of nu-metal were bands like Slipknot, Limp Bizkit, Korn and more.“I was really into metal back then, and it was influencing the stuff I was writing as well. It was amazing to see what new bands were coming out then.

Sharon Osbourne reveals Ozzy’s health issues keep derailing their move back to England - nypost.com - Britain
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16.07.2024 / 16:44

Sharon Osbourne reveals Ozzy’s health issues keep derailing their move back to England

July 16 episode of their family podcast, “The Osbournes,” the couple revealed that Ozzy’s declining health has delayed their plans to move back to England.“Well, we’re trying to get on a flight,” said Ozzy, 75.“Yeah, it just seems that every time we’re set to go, something happens with Ozzy’s health,” added Sharon, 71.The Black Sabbath rocker has Parkinson’s disease, which has taken a major toll on his well-being. He also underwent four surgeries on his spine following a bad fall in 2019.“We’ll get there,” Sharon said about returning to the UK for good. “We want to go back so bad, but we’ll get there.

Black Sabbath’s Geezer Butler says The Beatles were a “massive” influence on the band - www.nme.com - Britain - USA - Michigan
nme.com
15.07.2024 / 09:19

Black Sabbath’s Geezer Butler says The Beatles were a “massive” influence on the band

Black Sabbath bassist Geezer Butler has opened up about the influence of The Beatles on his career.During a recent interview with Michigan rock radio station WRKR (transcribed via Blabbermouth), Butler explained that, similarly to Ozzy Osbourne, the Beatles were a pivotal band for him.“They were a massive influence, because there was nobody else like them at the time,” he said. “And up until then, it was, like, my brothers were into like Elvis [Presley] and Eddie Cochran and Buddy Holly, that kind of thing.

Watch Metallica’s James Hetfield and Judas Priest’s Rob Halford rock out to Turnstile at Norwegian festival - www.nme.com - Norway - city Baltimore
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13.07.2024 / 15:16

Watch Metallica’s James Hetfield and Judas Priest’s Rob Halford rock out to Turnstile at Norwegian festival

Metallica’s James Hetfield and Judas Priest’s Rob Halford were seen enjoying a recent Turnstile festival set.Both metal legends were filmed sidestage at Norway’s Tons Of Rock Festival, where Metallica headlined on June 26, and Judas Priest on June 28. Nova Twins, Tool and Parkway Drive were among the other performers at the festival.Both have been vocal proponents of newer artists in metal, throwing support behind the likes of Ghost and Sleep Token.

Watch Danny Dyer join Robbie Williams for ‘Parklife’ at BST Hyde Park - www.nme.com - Britain
nme.com
13.07.2024 / 11:32

Watch Danny Dyer join Robbie Williams for ‘Parklife’ at BST Hyde Park

Danny Dyer joined Robbie Williams on stage at BST Hyde Park yesterday (July 6) for a version of Blur’s ‘Parklife’ – watch the footage below.The unlikely pairing came together midway through Williams’ set at the British Summer Time show on Saturday, the lone UK festival appearance for the ‘Rock DJ’ singer in 2024.“It’s the double act you didn’t know you needed in your life!” exclaimed Williams as the song began.Dyer took up the cockney spoken-words parts of the 1994 song, first made famous by Phil Daniels, with Robbie taking the place of Damon Albarn and the pair being backed by the Coldstream Guards.

Watch Erasure’s Andy Bell join The Killers for a performance of ‘A Little Respect’ in London - www.nme.com - London
nme.com
13.07.2024 / 07:01

Watch Erasure’s Andy Bell join The Killers for a performance of ‘A Little Respect’ in London

The Killers teamed up with Erasure’s Andy Bell for a performance of ‘A Little Respect’ in London last night.

We found the best ticket prices for all 2024 Foo Fighters concerts - nypost.com - New York - USA - Boston
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13.07.2024 / 06:41

We found the best ticket prices for all 2024 Foo Fighters concerts

Foo Fighters‘ ongoing ‘Everything Or Nothing At All Tour,’ the ‘Errors Tour,’ a nod to Taylor Swift’s ‘Eras Tour.’“That’s because we play live,” Grohl joked.Then, on July 3, the 55-year-old rocker suited up for Wimbledon and gave shockingly curt answers when a reporter asked who he thought would win at the annual tennis tourney.Thankfully, Grohl will enter the news cycle again soon for the right reason when he begins doing what he does best again: rocking out with Foo Fighters on the road.Starting July 15, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame group will kick off their 15-concert, North American summer trek with a pair of gigs at Flushing, NY’s Citi Field on Wednesday, July 17 and Friday, July 19.Two days later, they’ll drop into Boston’s Fenway Park on Sunday, July 21.And, if you want to see them live this summer, it isn’t too late to pick up last-minute tickets.At the time of publication, the lowest price we could find on tickets was $24 before fees on Vivid Seats.Other shows have seats going anywhere from $48 before fees to $143 after fees.Curious how much it will run you to see the Foo live at the venue nearest you?Well, we’re here to help you “Learn To Fly” and learn to buy.Everything you need to know and more about Foo Fighters ‘Everything Or Nothing At All Tour’ can be found below.All prices listed above are subject to fluctuation.A complete calendar including all upcoming tour dates, venues and links to buy tickets for all shows can be found here.(Note: The New York Post confirmed all above prices at the publication time. All prices are in US dollars, subject to fluctuation and, if it isn’t noted, will include additional fees at checkout.)Vivid Seats is a verified secondary market ticketing platform, and prices may be

Dave Grohl attends Wimbledon and gives his tournament predictions - www.nme.com - Britain
nme.com
13.07.2024 / 04:34

Dave Grohl attends Wimbledon and gives his tournament predictions

Dave Grohl was spotted at the Wimbledon tennis tournament and has given his predictions as to who will win.The Foo Fighters frontman – who recently wrapped up a UK tour with his band – traded his usual rockstar garb of jeans, a t-shirt and long flowing locks for a clean-cut suit and tie with brown loafers while appearing at Wimbledon today (July 2).While at the tournament with his wife Jordyn Blum, Grohl was stopped by the BBC for a quick interview about his predictions for the tournament’s winners.

Noel Gallagher would like Dave Grohl “to wind his fucking neck in about Oasis” - www.nme.com - Britain
nme.com
13.07.2024 / 02:45

Noel Gallagher would like Dave Grohl “to wind his fucking neck in about Oasis”

Noel Gallagher has taken another crack at Dave Grohl, urging that the Foo Fighters frontman stop calling for an Oasis reunion.For several years now, Grohl has campaigned for Noel, Liam and their bandmates to get back together, which has drawn the ire of the elder Gallagher sibling. Speaking on Matt Morgan’s podcast post-Glastonbury, – where Noel and Grohl had caught LCD Soundsystem’s Pyramid Stage set from side-stage – the Oasis guitarist and vocalist recalled bumping into the former Nirvana drummer at Worthy Farm.“I did actually bump into Dave [Grohl].

Watch The Streets mix Black Sabbath’s ‘Iron Man’ with ‘Has It Come To This’ at Glastonbury 2024 - www.nme.com - Birmingham
nme.com
13.07.2024 / 00:48

Watch The Streets mix Black Sabbath’s ‘Iron Man’ with ‘Has It Come To This’ at Glastonbury 2024

Glastonbury 2024, The Streets paid homage to fellow iconic Birmingham band, Black Sabbath – watch footage below.During their Saturday (June 29) set on the Other Stage, the band blended the ominous sounds of metal classic ‘Iron Man’ with lyrics from their ‘Original Pirate Material’ track ‘Has It Come To This’.Skinner was playfully interacting with the crowd as riffs played out, chucking up devil horns and headbanging and they transitioned into an explosive rendition of ‘Fit But You Know It’.Throughout the performance, Skinner was joking with the audience and joining them in the crowd, with many fans then taking to social media to declare their set was a highlight of the weekend.Master Peace, who Skinner brought out for ‘Wrong Answers Only’ was among those reacting online, taking to X/Twitter to say: “Played Glastonbury yesterday, with the streets, what a time to be alive …”Other fans commented that the band were: “Utter chaos, utter class,” and “the highlight of Glastonbury so far”. Check out more fan reactions and a full setlist below:pic.twitter.com/owntEJGJUZ— .

Watch John Stamos’ six-year-old son Billy play drums for The Beach Boys - www.nme.com - California - county San Diego - Greece
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13.07.2024 / 00:25

Watch John Stamos’ six-year-old son Billy play drums for The Beach Boys

The Beach Boys ‘Endless Summer Gold’ tour – watch footage below.It was announced in May that the Full House actor would join the band for 16 shows as they commemorate the 50th anniversary of their 1974 compilation album ‘Endless Summer’.Over the weekend, Stamos was also joined by his son Billy, who can be seen in clips wearing noise-dampening headphones as he performs a drum solo during ‘Good Vibrations’ alongside his dad. “Had a little help from my son BILLY on good vibrations last night – Wasn’t it nice!” read the caption of the post the musician and actor shared.A post shared by John Stamos (@johnstamos) A post shared by John Stamos (@johnstamos)The day after posting the clip, he reflected on losing his dad with a video of him performing on the tour.

Watch Bob Vylan join Soft Play for ‘One More Day Won’t Hurt’ at Glastonbury 2024 - www.nme.com
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12.07.2024 / 21:25

Watch Bob Vylan join Soft Play for ‘One More Day Won’t Hurt’ at Glastonbury 2024

Soft Play were joined onstage by punk duo Bob Vylan at Glastonbury 2024 – watch footage below.During their stint on the Other Stage last Sunday (June 30), drummer Isaac Holman told the crowd: “We’re gonna invite some friends onto the stage,” before the band joined them for a riotous performance of ‘One More Day Won’t Hurt’.Bob Vylan have been a significant force in the trajectory of Soft Play, and were partially responsible for the duo changing their name from Slaves in 2022, following conversations between Vylan vocalist Bobby and Holman.Soft Play and Bob Vylan…..brilliant #Glastonbury2024 pic.twitter.com/gEY0tWHPIF— WarrenPeace (@WarrenPeace_75) June 30, 2024When the band announced the change two years ago, it was coupled with a statement explaining that the original name was supposed to reflect “the grind of day-to-day life,” with the acknowledgement that it didn’t “change the fact that the name Slaves is an issue”.Holman later explained he’d discussed the racial insensitivity of the band’s name with Bobby. “He basically said we were one of his favourite bands but he wouldn’t wear our merch,” explained Holman.Guitarist Laurie Vincent also said at the time: “If he felt uncomfortable about liking us, there must be others who feel the same way.”In their statement, the band wrote that they had “responded to criticism of the name from a place of fear and defensiveness,” and shared fears about losing their identity as a unit alongside the name.“It took years of therapy to see past that,” Vincent told NME. “In the end, it just became tiring.

Watch Fontaines D.C.’s Grian Chatten join Kneecap on stage for ‘Better Way To Live’ at Glastonbury 2024 - www.nme.com
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30.06.2024 / 09:19

Watch Fontaines D.C.’s Grian Chatten join Kneecap on stage for ‘Better Way To Live’ at Glastonbury 2024

Fontaines D.C. frontman Grian Chatten joined Kneecap on stage to perform ‘Better Way to Live’ at Glastonbury 2024.

Austin Butler reveals failed audition for key ‘Hunger Games’ character - www.nme.com - county Butler
nme.com
28.06.2024 / 16:53

Austin Butler reveals failed audition for key ‘Hunger Games’ character

Austin Butler has revealed that he unsuccessfully auditioned to play Peeta Mellark in The Hunger Games.The role ultimately went to Josh Hutcherson, who starred in four Hunger Games movies between 2012 and 2015 opposite Jennifer Lawrence as Katniss Everdeen and Liam Hemsworth as Gale Hawthorne.“I auditioned for ‘The Hunger Games’ and I didn’t get it at all,” Butler told Buzzfeed in a recent interview. “I don’t even think I got a call back, what’s the character, Peeta? Josh Hutcherson got that, he’s great.”Butler was joined in interview by his The Bikeriders co-star Jodie Comer, who revealed she also once missed out on a big big franchise: “I auditioned for ‘Mamma Mia!’ That was a time, That was also when I was auditioning for ‘Killing Eve’ as well,” she said.Before auditioning for The Hunger Games, Butler was best known for featuring in various Disney Channel and Nickelodeon projects such Zoey 101, iCarly and Sharpay’s Fabulous Adventure.

Foo Fighters guitarist Pat Smear attended Taylor Swift’s tour before bandmate Dave Grohl shaded her - nypost.com - Britain - London
nypost.com
25.06.2024 / 13:51

Foo Fighters guitarist Pat Smear attended Taylor Swift’s tour before bandmate Dave Grohl shaded her

Eras Tour in London the day before his bandmate, Dave Grohl, shaded the pop star at their own concert in the UK capital.Smear, 64, went to Swift’s show at Wembley Stadium on Friday (June 21) and appeared in a photo on actress Salma Hayek’s Instagram.Hayek, 57, snapped a selfie of herself, Smear, and fashion designer Stella McCartney at the concert.Smear doesn’t have an Instagram so Hayek tagged the Foo Fighters in the post. Nicola Coughlan, Leslie Mann, Jonathan Van Ness, and Swift’s mom Andrea Swift were in Hayek’s Instagram post as well.Fans also spotted Smear in the venue’s VIP tent near Swift’s boyfriend Travis Kelce at Friday’s show.The next day, the Foo Fighters performed at London Stadium where Grohl, 55, took a jab and Swift and insinuated that she doesn’t perform live.“I tell you, man, you don’t want to suffer the wrath of Taylor Swift,” the band’s frontman said in a clip that made its rounds on social media.“So we like to call our tour the ‘Errors Tour.’ We’ve had more than a few eras, and more than a few f – – king errors as well.

Foo Fighters’ Dave Grohl calls out Taylor Swift: “We like to call our tour the ‘Errors Tour’ – because we actually play live” - www.nme.com - London
nme.com
24.06.2024 / 07:38

Foo Fighters’ Dave Grohl calls out Taylor Swift: “We like to call our tour the ‘Errors Tour’ – because we actually play live”

Foo Fighters‘ Dave Grohl has called out Taylor Swift during a recent show – see footage below.While performing at London Stadium on Saturday (June 22), Grohl pointed out that Swift was having her own concert down the road at Wembley. After a chorus of boos from fans, Grohl told the audience: “I tell you, man, you don’t want to suffer the wrath of Taylor Swift.

Foo Fighters’ Dave Grohl Seemingly Mocks Taylor Swift at Band’s London Concert: ‘We Actually Play Live’ - variety.com - London - county Swift
variety.com
23.06.2024 / 18:55

Foo Fighters’ Dave Grohl Seemingly Mocks Taylor Swift at Band’s London Concert: ‘We Actually Play Live’

Michaela Zee Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl appeared to take a jab at Taylor Swift at the band’s concert on Saturday night at London Stadium. After mentioning that Swift’s Eras Tour was currently taking place at London’s Wembley Stadium, Grohl said on stage, “I tell you, man, you don’t want to suffer the wrath of Taylor Swift.” He continued: “So we like to call our tour the ‘Errors Tour.’ We’ve had more than a few eras, and more than a few fucking errors as well. Just a couple.” Grohl then implied that Swift doesn’t perform live, telling the crowd, “That’s because we actually play live.

Watch Taylor Hawkins’ son Shane join Foo Fighters on stage at London Stadium show - www.nme.com - Britain
nme.com
21.06.2024 / 12:13

Watch Taylor Hawkins’ son Shane join Foo Fighters on stage at London Stadium show

Foo Fighters played the first of two sold-out shows at London Stadium last night (Thursday June 20) – once again inviting the son of late drummer Taylor Hawkins on stage to perform. Check out footage, photos, the setlist and more below.Introducing the mammoth set with a warning of, “I’m gonna kick your fucking ass tonight”, Dave Grohl led the rock giants through a three-hour career-spanning performance, loaded with tributes to their relationship to UK and the capital.As well as dedicating Taylor Hawkins’ favourite Foos song ‘Aurora’ to his family who were all present, they once again had his son Shane drum with them – as they did at their huge Wembley Stadium performance in 2022.

Foo Fighters live at London Stadium: check out the stage times - www.nme.com - Britain - London - Manchester - Birmingham - city Stratford - county Hampden
nme.com
20.06.2024 / 14:33

Foo Fighters live at London Stadium: check out the stage times

Foo Fighters have returned to the capital for two headline shows at the London Stadium – check out the full stage times below.Dave Grohl and co. are currently on the UK leg of their ‘Everything Or Nothing At All’ tour, which kicked off in Manchester last Thursday (June 13).

Gene Gallagher’s Villanelle announce debut UK headline tour after opening for Liam at ‘Definitely Maybe’ anniversary shows - www.nme.com - Britain - London - Manchester - city Newcastle - county Bristol - county Andrew - city Oslo - city Birmingham, county Bristol
nme.com
18.06.2024 / 15:15

Gene Gallagher’s Villanelle announce debut UK headline tour after opening for Liam at ‘Definitely Maybe’ anniversary shows

after supporting Gene’s dad Liam on his current run of arena shows, which are celebrating the 30th anniversary of Oasis’ ‘Definitely Maybe’.Villanelle are due to kick off their first UK tour in Glasgow on November 19. Further dates are scheduled for Newcastle, Manchester, Leeds, Birmingham, Bristol and Nottingham throughout the month.The final gig will take place at Oslo in Hackney, London on November 28.Tickets for the tour go on general sale at 9am BST this Friday (June 21) – you’ll be able to buy yours here.

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