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LIVE REVIEW: Meant To Be Tour Parachute W/ Matt Wertz And Mikey Wax Alhambra Theatre Portland, OR

It’s impossible to understand why the Meant To Be Tour goes to such small venues. With Mikey Wax’s magical voice, Matt Wertz’s clever quips and Parachute’s lightshow, this could have easily be an arena tour. But there is one perk…no barrier. Please follow and like us:

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The Horrible Crowes ‘Live At The Troubadour’ Track Listing, Artwork

SideOneDummy Records has announced the release of The Horrible Crowes’ Live At The Troubadour on September 24th. The live album is available for pre-order now. You can purchase a CD here and buy concert tickets here. Check out the album art and track listing below. Please follow and like us:

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Blink-182 To Play Two Charity Shows

 Blink-182 has announced that they are performing at two charity shows this September. Both performances in Sayreville, NJ and Brooklyn, NY will help benefit Hurricane Sandy relief efforts as well as the treatment of life-threatening conditions.  Tickets for both dates will go on sale this Friday, August 16th at noon and are sure to sell out quickly. View the dates below. View all Blink tour dates and buy concert tickets here. Purchase a CD here. Please follow and like us:

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Surviving Nirvana Members Reunite At Paul McCartney Seattle Show

The surviving members of Nirvana gave their hometown a special treat when they joined Paul McCartney onstage in Seattle late last week. Dave Grohl, Krist Novoselic and Pat Smear performed “Cut Me Some Slack,” the song they first united with McCartney on at the Hurricane Sandy benefit concert last year, and stayed to jam on a whole bunch of Beatles classics, including “Get Back” and “Helter Skelter.” Check out videos of performances for “Cut Me Some Slack” and “Helter Skelter” after the jump! Nirvana recently announced the September re-release of In Utero to…

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Jon Bon Jovi Donates $1 Million To Hurricane Sandy Relief

New Jersey native Jon Bon Jovi has donated $1 million to the Hurricane Sandy Relief Fund. “My being here in not political, it’s emotional,” Bon Jovi said as he presented a check to the town’s borough hall. “I grew up here. I went to school here. I met my wife here.” Bon Jovi will resume his North American tour on July 12 in Chicago. You can purchase a CD here and buy concert tickets here. Please follow and like us:

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Kings Of Leon Perform New Song

Kings of Leon were not able to perform this past Friday night at the Governors Ball 2013 due to technical difficulties and unsafe stage condition cause by high winds and heavy rain from Hurricane Andrea. The band was also supposed to announce the release of their new album Mechanical Bull. Hours later, KOF’s Nathan Followill announced on Twitter that the band would perform the following day. You can check out a brand new song from their performance at the festival this past Saturday after the jump, and purchase a CD or buy…

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Foo Fighters And Gaslight Anthem Featured In Hurricane Documentary

A new short documentary entitled Beach 119, about the destruction and aftermath of Hurricane Sandy on the East Coast, features music from Foo Fighters and Gaslight Anthem. The music was licensed by the artists for free (i.e. the filmmakers do not have to pay fees and royalties) in order to support the movie’s cause. The film can be viewed after the jump, and you can buy concert tickets here. ; Please follow and like us:

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Starland Ballroom Reopening Shows

Last year, Sayreville’s Starland Ballroom was forced to shut down due to damages from Hurricane Sandy. After undergoing many repairs and renovations, it is now ready to open this September, with a strong lineup of fall shows, including Saves the Day, Taking Back Sunday, Geoff Rickly, Between The Buried And Me and more. You can check out what the venue had to say, along with a few new shows after the jump, and buy concert tickets here. Please follow and like us:

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Fall Out Boy Teams Up With Habitat For Humanity

Fall Out Boy is teaming up with Habitat for Humanity to help with repairs for homes that were hit by Hurricane Sandy. More details and how you can help can be found after the jump.  Don’t forget you can purchase a CD or vinyl of Save Rock and Roll here and buy concert tickets here. Please follow and like us:

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