15 years after their last tour speedy and clamorous hardcore punks CIRCLE JERKS
from Los Angeles, return for a marathon tour, but probably also an exhausting one.
The Jerks gonna be wild in the streets again…
Remarkable concert posters
Pink Floyd played the first of a 15-night run at arena
venue Earls Court in London this day 27 years ago.
“Less than a minute after the band had started playing ‘Shine On You Crazy Diamond‘, a scaffolding stand holding 1200 fans, collapsed, throwing hundreds of people 20 feet to the ground. It took over an hour to free everyone from the twisted wreckage, ninety-six people were injured, with 36 needing hospital treatment. Six were detained overnight with back, neck and rib injuries. Pink Floyd sent a free T-shirt and a note of apology to all the fans who had been seated in the stand that collapsed. The show was immediately cancelled and re-scheduled”.
PINK FLOYD: Website
Former Black Flag legend back in 2022 with 109 concerts!
All dates here
INNINGS FESTIVAL – Temple, Arizona – 26 & 27 February 2022
Oasis played two massive gigs at the legendary Knebworth Park
(historic concerts in the 70s by The Stones, Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin)
25 years ago (August 10/11, 1996). No less than 250.000 people (double
as many wanted tickets too) saw them play over the weekend. Next year
Liam Gallagher will do it all over, solo.
On 4 June 2022 the mad for it rock ‘n’ roll star will be everybody’s wonderwall.
He announced the show (I’m sure a second one will be added) as follows: “I’m
absolutely buzzing to announce that on 4th June 2022 I’ll be playing Knebworth. It’s
gonna be biblical.”
The Knebworth trailer…
LIAM GALLAGER: Website
Tomorrow more info about his new album
28 September 2021
From 19 to 23 September 1979 No Nukes: The Muse Concerts for
a Non-Nuclear Future were organized in Madison Square Garden in
New York City. Jackson Browne, Graham Nash, Bonnie Raitt, and John Hall
were the key artists behind the massive event. One of the biggest acts
was Bruce Springsteen And The E-Street Band. A new DVD/Blu-Ray
and two vinyl LPs of The Boss performances will arrive in November.
“The Legendary 1979 No Nukes Concerts” represent the highest quality and
best recorded Bruce performances from an explosive, ascendant and rarely
filmed era of the E Street Band. The film will be released in HD on physical
formats on November 19, including on two CDs with DVD, two CDs with Blu-
Ray, and two LP formats. Available globally in HD for digital download on
November 16 and digital rental on November 23.
Pre-order info here.
The promo trailer…
BRUCE SPRINGSTEEN: Website