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Watch Eddie Vedder Perform “The Real Me” with Pete Townshend and Billy Idol

Pete Townshend's Classic Quadrophenia tour came to the Rosemont Theatre in Illinois and welcomed local and special guest Eddie Vedder to join the band that also featured Billy Idol and Alfie Boe. Vedder joined in on four songs throughout the night including "The Punk and the Godfather" early on as well as "I'm One" in the first set. Vedder's vocal contributions in the second set included... ...

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Portugal. The Man: Back to the Garden

In 1997, Pantera rolled into Anchorage, Alaska, and the experience melted Zachary Carothers’ mind. The seminal moment arrived just a few minutes into the metal titans’ show: During “Cowboys From Hell,” Pantera’s opening number, the group moved into what was supposed to be a very scripted section. But, instead of offering that specific guitar riff, Dimebag Darrell drifted into a taste... ...

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The Jon Fishman Shirt Phish is Selling with the _A Live One_ Vinyl is Pure Gold

Not literally gold, but essentially pure gold. Dubbed the "3X Fishman," one of the companion items to Phish's brand new A Live One vinyl package is this wonderful shirt that makes these types of bundles actually worth the higher cost. Less pins, more great t-shirts like this one. Anyway, let's enjoy the shirt and watch "Wilson" from that very compilation that'll make its first ever appearance... ...

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Watch Bob Weir’s Surprise Solo Set at Sweetwater Music Hall Yesterday

Bob Weir headlined his own Sweetwater Music Hall during a private event last night, playing a brief solo set as a part of the festivities. Among the tunes played last night include "Walking Blues," "Loose Lucy," his own "Blue Mountain" and "Only a River" as well as "Peggy-O." Next up was the Lady Gaga tune "Million Reasons" he covered with Trey Anastasio at Wanee and then a finale of "The... ...

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The War on Drugs: A Deeper Understanding

With The War on Drugs’ fourth LP, A Deeper Understanding, Adam Granduciel continues to pull off a tricky balancing act between cathartic Heartland-rock and atmospheric psychedelia—two styles which, on paper at least, seem roughly as far apart as his native Philadelphia and the California coast, a region where his music would sound right at home. He’s been massaging that sweet spot since... ...

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Live at Relix: Antibalas

In the spring of 2014, Afrobeat kings Antibalas graced the Relix roof with a performance. The group's forthcoming record, Where the Gods Are in Peace will be released via Daptone Records this Friday, September 15th. The Brooklyn-based collective will perform tomorrow at the Gramercy Theater in Manhattan and Saturday at the Meadows Music & Arts Festival in Queens. ...

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Dave Grohl Reunites with Paramedic Who Held His Leg in Place After Scary Stage Fall

Dave Grohl's infamous tumble from the stage in 2015 will forever be a chapter in his bio, everything from the devastating fall itself to returning an hour later to somehow finish the show with his leg propped up on a chair. Today, Grohl reunited with Johan, the paramedic who sat with Grohl and held his leg in place until a cast arrives while he led the Foos through tunes like Queen's "Under... ...

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Trey Anastasio Matching Donations to Help Hurricane-Ravaged Tortola

Following the devastation of Hurricane Irma, which decimated a number of islands in the Caribbean on its way to Florida and the rest of the Southeast, Phish's Trey Anastasio is collecting and matching donations made through the band's WaterWheel Foundation to help the island of Tortola.  In a statement posted on Phish's website, Anastasio detailed his connection with the island, dating back to... ...

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Father John Misty Entertains and Performs ‘Pure Comedy’ Standout on _Seth Meyers_

Father John Misty descended on Late Night with Seth Meyers for both an interview and performance of his Pure Comedy epic "Things It Would've Been Helpful to Know Before the Revolution." The interview was a far more relaxed, entertaining version of Josh Tillman, who dished on his ultra-religious upbringing and how he is a "cautionary tale" for parents who are strict about what music their child... ...

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