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  • Report: Red Hot Chili Peppers Electrify FNB Stadium

    Report: Red Hot Chili Peppers Electrify FNB Stadium0

    An air of excitement permeated through the grounds surrounding the Soccer City Calabash on Saturday as throngs of fans arrived in cars, taxis, party buses and some even on foot. All eager to catch a glimpse of one of the most successful acts in rock music history. It became evident that the Red Chili Peppers

  • Dan Patlansky Album Launch

    Dan Patlansky Album Launch0

    Blues guitarist Dan Patlansky packed Kirstenbosch in Cape Town with 3000 people to launch his new album, 20 Stones. He opened with the gentle, instrumental title track off the new album while sitting alone, acoustic guitar in hand, on a barstool. When he reached for his 50 year-old cherry red Fender Strat, the crowd got restless

  • Out of the Shadow

    Out of the Shadow0

    How Sean Lennon learned to carry that weight and create a life in music Sean Lennon lives in a red-brick house in Lower Manhattan that he has filled with his life in music. The living and dining rooms are a combined chaos of strange guitars, exotic percussion, old analog studio equipment and odd keyboards, such

  • Dave Grohl’s Sonic Adventure

    Dave Grohl’s Sonic Adventure0

    Inside the Foo Fighters’ wildly ambitious new album and HBO series This is the most terrifying part – the last day of the week,” Dave Grohl says over the phone one morning from New Orleans, in a voice actually more heavy with excitement than fear. The Foo Fighters’ singer-guitarist-leader is about to go to a

  • Lana Del Rey – Ultraviolence

    Lana Del Rey – Ultraviolence0

    Three years ago, Lana Del Rey seemed to hatch into existence as a fully formed provocateur: She has introduced previously untasted flavors to pop music (her slow, torchy genre of choice might best be described as “Calvin Klein Eternity commercial”) and shaped herself into as crafty a video star as Lady Gaga, making her racy,

  • Watch Rob Zombie Cover Metallica’s ‘Enter Sandman’

    Watch Rob Zombie Cover Metallica’s ‘Enter Sandman’0

    A metal band covering Metallica’s “Enter Sandman” is the concert equivalent of a Southern rock band covering “Free Bird.” But Rob Zombie isn’t above tackling an obvious classic, so he and his ghoulish backing band paid tribute to the iconic, riff-heavy anthem during a recent show in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. “I’m never sure about this,”