The 2012 Summer Olympics is all about the sports, but the entertainment portion of the festivities isn’t exactly anything to sneeze at. The Who lead the latest batch of performers that will help celebrate this year’s event.
John Fogerty is digging back into the archives to revisit his past glories with a new spin on them with modern artists. The recording process is still underway for the series of collaborations that will eventually make up the ‘Wrote a Song for Everyone‘ album, and last Wednesday that led him to New Orleans to work with Jennifer Hudson.
Who gets Geddy Lee giddy?! Exactly! The Rush vocalist may be a legend in the music industry but even he has his moments of being a fan boy, and his most recent instance came when meeting a member of the Who.
It’s a band’s worst nightmare, but it’s Buick’s perfect situation. Imagine if you will that you’re getting ready to go onstage and play for a crowd when one of your band members calls in sick. What do you do?
There may not be as many protest singers these days, but those that do make sure they get their message across. Such was the case with Rise Against‘s Tim McIlrath at Wisconsin’s ‘Get Out the Vote’ Rally last Friday (June 1).
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