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Fyre Festival’s Billy McFarland launching “Dumpster Fyre” podcast from prison
”At long last, the uncensored, complete story of Fyre Festival. With Billy McFarland. And many others,” a preview promises.
System of a Down’s Serj Tankian talks “frustrating” ideological gap w/ Trump-supporting dr…
”Is it frustrating being politically opposite to your own drummer and brother-in-law? F*** yeah,” Serj says.
Pabllo Vittar throwing virtual Halloween club night ft Christine & The Queens, Kelly Lee O…
Purity Ring, Alice Glass, Kim Petras, Ela Minus, Romy of The xx and more are also set to perform on the marathon stream, which will be raising money for NIVA.
David Crosby blasts Beach Boys’ Trump rally set: “Mike Love should retire”
”Mike Love is ,in the opinion of almost every musician I know , a shithead , most assuredly has no talent at all , and , as you can probably tell ...I just don’t like him,” Crosby writes.
Kathleen Hanna, Alice Bag, L7, Courtney Barnett & more feature on new benefit comp
”This is a statement about there being no tolerance for predatory behavior in the rock scene,” producer L.G. of Thelma and the Sleaze says.
Three 6 Mafia announce “1st indoor arena concert” in the US of the pandemic
Tickets will be sold for only 15% of the total capacity of Lexington, KY's Rupp Arena.
John Fogerty issues Trump campaign cease and desist over use of “Fortunate Son”
”I object to the President using my song, ’Fortunate Son’ in any way for his campaign,” Fogerty writes. ”He is using my words and my voice to portray a message that I do not endorse.”
Brian Wilson responds to Beach Boys’ Trump fundraiser set
Mike Love, who heads the Beach Boys' current touring outfit, has long been a supporter of Trump.
This Week’s Livestreams (The Cure, Billie Eilish, Pearl Jam, Janelle Monae, Elvis Costello…
Plus Chance the Rapper, Sylvan Esso, Lydia Loveless, Tori Amos, Hamilton Leithauser, Waxahatchee, Margo Price, Bully, Phantogram, HAIM, Gary Numan, and more livestreams you can watch this week since there are no live concerts to attend.
Save Our Stages Fest streaming schedule (watch here)
Watch Brittany Howard, Foo Fighters, Leon Bridges, Major Lazer, Nathaniel Rateliff, Phoebe Bridgers, Portugal. The Man, The Roots, YG, and more perform from independent venues across the country.