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Help Me Understand LCD Soundsystem’s New Virtual Reality Dance Club

Forgive me for not fully understanding the world of virtual reality but it appears as if LCD Soundsystem launched their very own virtual dance club called Dance Tonite, where fans around the world can groove to their new song "Tonite." As I understand it, with your virtual reality glasses (goggles? headset?) on, you can travel from room to room where a series of dance performances are taking... ...

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The Denver Nuggets Do An Absolutely Hellish Workout at Red Rocks Every Summer

Going to a concert at Red Rocks is enough of a trek but how about working out about 1,000 feet above Mile High Denver? That's what the Denver Nuggets do every summer and as the season winds down, the team held one of their final workouts there before readying for the start of their season. Here's the gist: Longtime strength coach Steve Hess designed the eight-week program with a variety of... ...

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Phish: 6/17/94, Eagles Ballroom, Milwaukee, WI

Phish had a banner year in 1994 for many reasons. They performed The Beatles’ “The White Album” as their first Halloween costume concert, offered two complete renditions of Gamehendge and made their first ever appearance at Madison Square Garden. But rarely does an event happening in the real world collide with a Phish show as much as it did on June 17, 1994, the day O.J. and his white... ...

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Mike McCready and Gary Clark Jr. Played with Dave Matthews Band Four Years Ago Today

Four years ago today, Dave Matthews Band played a certified king whopper of a show in Irvine, CA as their summer tour was winding to an end. Not only did they bring out opener Gary Clark Jr. but also jammed with Pearl Jam's Mike McCready as well as Bob Mintzer and friend of the band Lasim Richards. Along with the guests, where McCready ripped up "Rhyme & Reason" for his first ever DMB... ...

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Allen Ginsberg: The Complete Songs of Innocence and Experience

Allen Ginsberg was one of the most influential and controversial poets of the 20th century, but he wasn’t a singer. Nonetheless, Ginsberg didn’t let any dearth of skills curb his revelry: He quite often vocalized, whether chanting or setting poetry to music, performing at various times with the likes of The Clash and Bob Dylan. Among his best-known musical endeavors was this 1970 album,... ...

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Watch Portugal. The Man’s Acoustic Cover of Oasis Anthem “Don’t Look Back in Anger”

Following the horrific attacks in London earlier this year, the Oasis stadium shaker "Don't Look Back in Anger" returned to relevance as those affected by the tragedies used the song as a rallying call for unity and positivity. Both Noel and Liam Gallagher responded appropriately, with Noel donating royalties from the song to various organizations and Liam adding the tune to his solo... ...

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John Mayer Posts Cryptic Dead & Company Teaser on Instagram

But what could it mean????A Dead & Company fall tour rumor has lit up various corners of the internet and ithere may be some validity to it as John Mayer posted a vague teaser with a lyric to the Workingman's Dead cut "High Time." Of course, official word has yet to come down but it appears as if the band is readying for something as not only did Mayer post a teaser, but the official Twitter... ...

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Brendan Bayliss’s Guitar Has Its Very Own Twitter Account Now

Yesterday on Instagram, Umphrey's McGee's Joel Cummins explained the phenomenon of the misplaced Brendan Bayliss guitar, with his bandmate having a knack for leaving his ax lying around. "Over the years I've tried to document the many questionable places Brendan has left his guitar," Cummins said on Instagram along with a photo of the recognizable guitar sitting in the driver's seat of their... ...

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Please Call Home: Alan Paul Remembers Gregg Allman

“Check this out, man!” Gregg Allman leaned back in his chair and pulled his shirt up to reveal the giant scarring across his midsection. “Ooh, boy! If they told me how much it hurt, I would have just said, ‘No, thanks; I’ll die!’” Gregg let out a long laugh, pulled his shirt back down and took a sip of his Dunkin’ Donuts coffee that his longtime righthand man Chank Middleton... ...

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Dead & Company Announce Fall Tour

Dead & Company will once again hit the road this fall with a batch of tour dates kicking off November 12 at New York’s famed Madison Square Garden, where the band will play two shows.From there, Bob Weir, John Mayer and company will head to Philadelphia, Boston, Washington, DC, Detroit, Columbus, Atlanta, Dallas, New Orleans and more before wrapping up the tour at Sunrise, FL's BB&T Center... ...

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