Who better to cap off a week of celebrating Pink Floyd on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon than Pearl Jam? Seattle's finest took the stage on Fallon this past Friday night to perform a cover of Pink Floyd's "Mother," which of course comes from their landmark double album, The Wall. You can check out video of the performance below.
The good news is, if you buy the DVD today, you'll also get the How to Play the Best of Jimi Hendrix Experience's Electric Ladyland DVD for free. Songs inlcude "Crosstown Traffic," "Have You Ever Been (To Electric Ladyland)," "Come On (Let The Good Times Roll)," "Gypsy Eyes," "All Along The Watchtower" and "Voodoo Child (Slight Return)."
Former Beatles Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr were among the celebrities present at the London premiere of Martin Scorsese's new film, George Harrison: Living In A Material World, Friday night, October 2.
While they did go on late -- and to be fair, System of a Down did run a little over -- Guns N' Roses did in fact play this year's Rock In Rio festival last night. The show was broadcast live via the festival's YouTube channel, and you can check out pro-quality footage of several songs, including "Welcome to the Jungle," "It's So Easy," "Mr. Brownstone" and "Paradise City" below.
Much like a certain the Who guitarist proclaiming the death of the electric guitar back in the '80s, the Kaiser Chiefs have expressed similar concerns about the fate of our beloved instruments -- although their gripe is the music industry, not the synthesizer.
Beginning this year at Radio Festival, there will be an annual lecture on the state of the music industry given by a guest speaker. The series is to be named after esteemed British DJ, journalist and record producer John Peel.
With their new album, The Dark Roots of Earth scheduled for a February 2012 release, Testament - with original members Alex Skolnick and Greg Christian back in the fold - are well on their way to reclaiming the Bay Area thrash dominance they held in the late eighties and early nineties.
Researchers at Goldsmiths University have been looking into the mathematical and physical properties (i.e. sound waves) of songs, trying to determine exactly what makes a song catchy in the first place.