Friday’s Leftovers

As if there weren’t enough unbelievable reunions happening this summer, we found a very interesting item from the Rush and Molloy gossip column in Wednesday’s New York Daily News. I think it just moved:

We’re going to set up our tent tonight to get tix for Al Gore’s 100-act, 24-hour worldwide concert on July 7 to fight global warming: A source says the Police, Led Zeppelin and Pink Floyd – including Roger Waters, who’s refused for years to play with his former bandmates – have signed up.

While I compose myself and change my shorts, check out the following links:

  • Backstage notes from Monday’s R&R Hall of Fame induction ceremony
  • Boston’s Tom Scholz remembers Brad Delp
  • The Warped Tour has announced this summer’s lineup
  • Friend of HT, Richard Gehr, has some suggestions if you are looking to purchase some albums
  • Don’t fence Bill Frisell in
  • Cracked lists the 20 Worst Covers
  • Elvis Costello and the Imposters have confirmed some tourdates
  • The lineup of Memphis’ Beale Street Festival has been released
  • I’ve always wanted to see a show at the Cape Cod Melody Tent, which released a preview of this summer’s lineup
  • Bruce Hornsby didn’t take any shit from the audience at a private show
  • Roger Daltrey pulled a David Wells ending a recent concert after one song
  • New podcasts from Jesse Jarnow and Umphrey’s McGee
  • Crowded House returns to the scene with a free webcast tomorrow night

Ace and I are going to see Levon Helm tomorrow. Seeing any music this weekend?

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