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A Look Inside the First ‘Socially Distant’ Concert in America

After uncertainty encompassed the event, America’s first “socially distant” concert took place last night as Bishop Gunn vocalist Travis McCready performed at TempleLive in Fort Smith, Arkansas on May 18.
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Green Day, Fall Out Boy, and Weezer Reschedule All North American 'Hella Mega' Tour Dates

Green Day, Weezer, and Fall Out Boy have announced that all North American dates for their upcoming HELLA MEGA tour have been pushed to 2021, delaying the set of stadium shows during the coronavirus pandemic.
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Now You Can Protect Yourself During COVID-19 Just Like DEVO, With Energy Dome Face Shields

’80s Alt-rock pioneers DEVO were not put on this Earth simply to help you “Whip It” good. They’re here to help you stay safe from the pandemic, too.
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Joy Division's Ian Curtis Died 40 Years Ago Today

Following ‘Unknown Pleasures,’ Joy Division recorded a follow-up album, ‘Closer.’ Leading up to a tour in support of the album, Curtis, who battled epilepsy and depression throughout his life, died by suicide the early morning of May 18, 1980.
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Chester Bennington’s Son, Jaime Bennington, Directs 'Soul Song' Video for Grey Daze

Following up the Grey Daze singles “What’s In The Eye,” “Sometimes,” and “Sickness,” is the track “Soul Song” which was given a video treatment by Chester Bennington’s now 24-year-old son, Jaime Bennington.
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Greta Thunberg Imagines the Devastating Effect of Climate Change in Pearl Jam's 'Retrograde' Video

On the heels of the release of their first music video in seven years for “Dance of the Clairvoyants,” Pearl Jam has just offered up another visual for the track “Retrograde” off their latest album ‘Gigaton.’
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Dave Grohl: Foo Fighters Have 'Arsenal of Material Ready'

2020 was supposed to be the year of Foo Fighters. Dave Grohl and company planned to celebrate their 25th anniversary with a new album, a tour, and a giant Fourth of July stadium show. Then COVID-19 happened.
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13 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony Performances You Need to Watch

The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame has been uploading archival performances to their YouTube channel at a feverish clip. With hundreds of videos now available, we went through and found 13 performances to watch right away.
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Moshing and Crowd Surfing Banned Under New Concert Safety Guidelines

While concerts will be different in the near future, fans hoping to hop in a mosh pit or crowd surf to the front row once venues open back up are in for a disappointmoint.
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GoFundMe Launched To Help Beloved Music Icon Matt Pinfield 'Get Better'

“If you know Matt Pinfield, you love Matt Pinfield,” says fundraiser organizer Chris Trovero on the GoFundMe page that he has set up for his friend and creative partner with a goal of reaching $50,000.
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