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Lollapalooza 2011 Day 2: Kids Crashed Fences, Chain Gang of 1974, Ween, DOM and Eminem Played On

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The kids were not alright yesterday, as hundreds of them evaded the new airport scanners and crashed a Western, 15-foot fence, booking into the concrete jungle for a taste of Day Two. At the time, Ween was at the tail-end of “Bananas and Blow.” But it wouldn’t be a bad typecast to say Southern headliner Slim Shady had some influence.

8 Aug 2011 | More

Bonnaroo 2011: The Ten-Mile Odyssey and Orwellian Undertones Are Still Worth It

This year, I was excited to see both Sleigh Bells and Band of Skulls, but many others had the same idea, since both performances were relatively packed, considering they were both tent shows on Thursday. Neither band disappointed, whether it was explosive sounds and lights from Sleigh Bells or the bluesy cords of Band of Skulls. I had gone into the festival predicting that Band of Skulls will make the same type of jump in exposure as Mumford & Sons had during the previous year…

20 Jun 2011 | 1 comment | More

My Morning Jacket to Take Manhattan in October

My Morning Jacket has long been worshipped for their epic live shows – 11 years in fact. And to celebrate their esteemed reputation while giving back to their ultra-loyal fanbase, the Louisville quintet will set up camp at New York’s Terminal 5 beginning October 18…

10 Jun 2010 | More

My Morning Jacket Confirm August Tour Dates

Once they wrap up their well-received tour with the Preservation Hall Jazz Band, Louisville’s My Morning Jacket will hit the road in August with proper headlining dates (with Avi Buffalo as support), and several dates opening for Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers.

18 May 2010 | 1 comment | More