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we pay tribute to Dead Moon’s Fred Cole on this week’s BrooklynVegan Blog Radio on SiriusXMU
we pay tribute to Dead Moon’s Fred Cole on this week’s BrooklynVegan Blog Radio on SiriusXMU
We lost Fred Cole of Dead Moon and Pierced Arrows a couple weeks ago and today we pay tribute to him and his music on this week's edition of BrooklynVegan Blog Radio on SiriusXMU. In addition to lots of Dead Moon and Pierced Arrows originals, there are covers of their songs by Cat Power, A Place to Bury Strangers, The Dirtbombs, Grouper and more.
Fred & Toody Cole are done with rock n’ roll (no more Dead Moon or Pierced Arrows) but will still play acoustic
Fred & Toody Cole are done with rock n’ roll (no more Dead Moon or Pierced Arrows) but will still play acoustic
With the death of Dead Moon drummer Andrew Loomis earlier this week, Toody Cole told Willametette Week the band -- as well as her and Fred Cole's other band Pierced Arrows -- are over and they are done with rock n roll: Fred cannot handle being up onstage for an hour and a half with a 25 pound guitar wrapped around his head...
Rock the Bells 2013 initial lineup (Wu-Tang, Earl Sweatshirt, Juicy J, Tyler the Creator… + hologram ODB & Eazy E)
Rock the Bells 2013 initial lineup (Wu-Tang, Earl Sweatshirt, Juicy J, Tyler the Creator… + hologram ODB & Eazy E)
Happy 10th anniversary to Rock the Bells, who have announced their initial, rotating 2013 lineup featuring hosts Peter Rosenberg & MURS 3:16, as well as names like Bone Thugs N Harmony, Danny Brown, Black Hippy (who just played NYC), Common, E40 & Too Short, Earl Sweatshirt (ditto), Flatbush Zombies, Juicy J (who played a Fader show on Monday and Irving Plaza last night), Rakim, Wu-Tang Clan (who play Summer Jam soon), Tyler the Creator (who just announced an NYC show as part of Odd Future), Eazy E, Ol Dirty Bastard and more...

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