Sunday, April 23, 2006

Editors



Editors is one of the most successfull one-album band. With their debut album "The Back Room", Editors became one of the most popular groups in alternative music. With influences from Interpol, Joy Division etc they created an important album.

Editors


This summer, Editors will be very busy with continuing tour. They announced another one date for live show: They will take place for this year's Jersey Live festival. The band join other Main Stage acts Snow Patrol, The Zutons. The ticket will cost 35 GBP. The festival will take place at Royal Jersey Showground in Trinity on September 2.

Besides, the May tour of Editors is a sold out one!!

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Tuesday, April 18, 2006

Red Hot Chili Peppers



Red Hot Chili Peppers had an intimate gig in London at Cancas King Cross. Only 300 fans of the group, had the chance to watch them, after a BBC1 radio competition. Red Hot Chili Peppers had a 90 minutes show, where the played 6 new tracks: 'Slow', 'Charlie', 'Call Me Baby', '21st Century', 'Hard To Concentrate' and forthcoming single 'Dani California', from the upcoming album Stadium Arcadium.

The Red Hot Chili Peppers said little from the stage. Superstar singer Anthony Keidis wore a black T-shirt and drunk freequently from a cup of tea, between songs. Bassist Flea said "Don't read magazines and don't watch commercials, they rot your brain - unless its our ipod commercial".

Red Hot Chili Peppers


Here is the setlist of the live show:

Can't Stop
Charlie
Scar Tissue
Throw Away Your Television
Dani California
Me And My
Snow
Other Side
21st Century
Don't Forget Me
Tell Me Baby
Right On Time
Hard To Concentrate
By The Way
Soul To Squeeze
Give It Away

Red Hot Chili Peppers album "Stadium Arcadium" will hit the stores on May 8.

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Red Hot Chili Peppers Lyrics

Saturday, April 08, 2006

Madona



Madona has revealed info about three extra live shows for her upcoming UK leg of her world tour.

Madona has extended her tour which starts in Los Angeles on May 21 - and now will play six British shows this summer.Three new dates at London's Wembley Arena have been added to the trek on August 9, 10 and 12, meaning that the star will now play five nights in total at the venue.

Tickets are on sale now and for ticket availability go to NME.COM/Gigs.

Here is the Madona's full world tour dates:

MadonaLos Angeles Forum (May 21)
Las Vegas MGM Grand Garden Arena (27)
San Jose HP Pavilion (30)
Fresno Save Mart Center (June 5)
Phoenix Glendale Arena (8)
Chicago United Center (14)
Montreal Bell Centre (21)
Hartford Civic Centre (25)
New York Madison Square Garden (28, 29)
Boston TD Bank Garden (6)
Philadelphia Wachovia Center (12)
Atlantic City Boardwalk Hall (16)
Miami American Airlines Arena (22)
Cardiff Millennium Stadium (30)
London Wembley Arena (August 1, 3, 9, 10, 12)
Rome Olympic Stadium (6)
Düsseldorf LTU Arena (20)
Hannover Niedersachsen (22)
Horsens Forum Horsens Outdoor (24)
Paris Bercy Stadium (27,28)
Amsterdam Arena (3)


Madonna Lyrics

Tuesday, April 04, 2006

Radiohead



Radiohead reveal info about the upcoming album. They say that this album will be even more terrifying than Ok, Computer. Thom Yorke also said that it won't have a political feeling.

Radiohead


Radiohead's vocalist said: "It's about that anonymous fear thing, sitting in traffic, thinking, 'I'm sure I'm supposed to be doing something else'.
Interestingly enough it's similar to 'OK Computer' in a way. It's much more terrifying. But 'OK Computer' was terrifying too -some of the lyrics were."

Fans of Radiohead will be able to have a first idea of the new tracks during the european tour of Radiohead!

Radiohead Lyrics