Umphrey’s debuts a Stones cover, complete with a choir.
Four-fifths of God Street Wine set to perform on January 28.
Morello and Harper perform a protest song off the Rage guitarist’s latest album on the Tonight Show.
NFG are touring in support of their new album titled Radio Surgery, as they performed the self titled new single as well as “All Downhill from Here,” “ Hit or Miss,” “ Head on Collision,” “ Kiss Me,” “ Something I Call Personality” and other fan favorites. The show was more passionate during the encore where they played “Basket Case” (Green Day) “ Blitzkrieg Bop” (The Ramones) and their own “My Friends Over You.” During the last song Pundnik jumped off of the stage and was mobbed by fans until he grabbed a random beer off of a window ledge took a swig. A good party was had by all.
There are some musicians who wear their rock star status like a golden crown twenty-four/seven. And then there are musicians who walk down the street and you’d never know they were in a superstar band. They chat with you while in line at the supermarket and wear the same old ripped-up jeans they’ve had for years. Being a rock star just never crossed their minds. Frank Bello of Anthrax is that kind of rock star.
Organizers of the The Burning Man festival have set up a new lottery-style system for ticket sales that will debut Monday. Organizers say registration begins Monday and ends Dec. 11
English synthpop duo Erasure, consisting of songwriter and former Depeche Mode member/founder/keyboardist Vince Clarke and singer Andy Bell entered the music scene in 1985 with their debut single "Who Needs Love Like That". This duo recently hit the road for their first tour in five years in support of their new album Tomorrow’s World. Just prior to Clarke announcing his reunion with Depeche Mode’s Martin Gore for a a series of EPs and a new album under the band name VCMG, Glide had a chance to speak with Mr. Andy Bell.