amen to that, sistahs
saw QOTSA sub for NIN at both Lolla and MIA this summer and that's exactly the way it should be. Josh is a rock god but Trent is the god.
Glasto listed all three headliners in the order of the day they played.
Asking Bumblebee to explain bumblebee terms is always fun. Expect concert attendance numbers in your response.
1/17: Marching Church @ Rickshaw Stop
1/23: No Age @ Starline Social Club
1/26: The She's, Terry Malts @ The Independent
1/27: Heron Oblivion @ The Chapel
1/27: Christopher Rau, Jordan @ f8
1/29: Silver Shadows, CCR Headcleaner @ Hemlock Tavern
02/02: Lily's @ The Chapel
Pink Floyd anyone?
Ronnie Wood semi confirmation of 2014 Rolling Stones activity. If southern hemisphere rumors are correct, that would means gigs in the months/weeks before Coachella.
I talked to Will Butler tonight. First of all, he's one of the nicest musician/celebrities I've ever met. He would chat with anyone that came up to him and was happy to take pictures and shake hands. Someone brought up coachella and he said "maybe why not". When I saw him again after the show I brought up coachella and from what he said it sounds like they would love to play Coachella next year because they had an awesome time in 2011, but I don't think they've even been approached about it. Considering how far in advance Coachella starts talks with headliners (usually before the last one has ended), I don't think Arcade Fire will be there. He seemed totally genuine and not dodgy about the question. Of course, he could just be playing it off, but I don't think he was.
A headlining band probably isn't going to spill the beans, just saying.
Martin Gore of Depeche Mode did around this time I think for the year they played.
Coachella Vet since 2007
Mumford & Sons and Arcade Fire. I really dig Reflector. Oh, Pearl Jam too.
Queens of the Stone Age headlining would be great for a social media outrage of WHO THE FUCK IS QUEENS OF THE WHATEVER!!????!?!??!?!