Wednesday, 01 June 2005
years after Live Aid took place in London and Philadelphia in 1985,
Live 8 will be hitting London, Paris, Berlin, Rome and Philadelphia in
order to raise awareness of poverty in Africa. The original Live Aid
was staged to relieve starving in Ethiopia, and generated $100 million
for famine relief.
a series of historic South American dates, Lenny Kravitz’ US leg of his
world tour, ELECTRIC CHURCH: ONE NIGHT ONLY!, will kick off this
evening in Dallas, TX. The 27 city tour will feature Kravitz performing
a series of theater dates across the US and Canada. These shows promise
to let fans catch him perform live in a raw and intimate setting.
Mayer has filmed a talk show, shot guerrilla-style that is one part
documentary, one part travelogue and one part sketch comedy. It’s a
half-hour show with an entertaining behind-the-scenes look at John's
life on the road while promoting his album “Heavier Things.”
rock trio Cream, which includes guitarist/vocalist Eric Clapton,
drummer Ginger Baker and bassist Jack Bruce, is reuniting for a string
of shows next year at London's Royal Albert Hall – the same venue where
the band played its final shows before splitting in 1968.
Friday, 15 October 2004
October 14, Velvet Revolver performed a surprise free show to 3,000
fans near Sunset and Vine in the heart of Hollywood. The fans filled
the lot where the band played and lined the surrounding streets and
rooftops—(think U2’s “Where The Streets Have No Name” video) which was
announced on radio only a few hours before the band took the stage.