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One Month To Go: Reading Festival 2019 Sold Out!

With over a month to go until Reading & Leeds Festivals 2019, taking place August Bank Holiday Weekend, excitement for the event is rising with the news that Reading Festival tickets, both day and full weekend, have now completely sold out! If you didn’t manage to secure a Reading Festival ticket, the same unmissable line-up can be seen across the whole weekend at Leeds Festival, with very limited day and… Keep Reading

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Excitment is Mounting for Leeds and Reading Festival 2019

Festival season is in full swing and it isn’t long until Foo Fighter’s The 1975, Post Malone and Twenty One Pilots will be headlining Reading and Leeds Festivals. This year’s festival will be taking place Friday 23 to Saturday 25 August 2019.   We’ve had the chance to witness Twenty-One Pilots both on their own headline tour and headlining a festival this year. Trench is a temperate yet evocative genre-blurring masterpiece its tracks should… Keep Reading

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Leeds and Reading: Sunday and Saturday Reading Day Tickets SOLD OUT!

Don’t say we didn’t warn you how incredible this year’s Leeds and Reading Festival was shaping up. Well, we have the proof now tickets because not only have day tickets for Sunday at Reading Festival sold out – so have Saturday day tickets. This year’s Leeds and Reading festival really is an unmissable August bank holiday event. Fortunately, weekend tickets and Friday day tickets, when The 1975 will headline the… Keep Reading

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Foo Fighters Live Review, London Stadium

It’s hard to believe that Foo Fighters have been around for over 20 years, it doesn’t seem feasible that this band rose from the ashes of Nirvana, soon after Kurt Cobain’s demise. But they have and they did, and Dave Grohl and company know how to keep their audience happy. And tonight’s show at the London Olympic Stadium was no exception. “ARE YOU READY TO DO IT AGAIN!!!!!” screams Dave… Keep Reading

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Throwback Thursday – ‘Echoes, Silence, Patience and Grace’

For the final week, we go back to Foo Fighters, and their 2007 album Echoes, Silence, Patience and Grace allowed fans to see a more intimate side of the band Although we included Foo Fighters last month, it’s near impossible to not mention this band more than once, especially an album which really showcased the talent of the entire band. ‘Echoes, Silence, Patience and Grace’ (ESPG for short) really let… Keep Reading

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Throwback Thursday – ‘The Colour and The Shape’

This week, we look at one of the giants of the 90’s and 00’s This week it’s the turn of Foo Fighters, and their second album 1997 marked the release of the second Foo Fighters album, ‘The Colour and The Shape’, however, it was their first as a full band. Their self titled debut album was the work of frontman Dave Grohl, who did everything himself, but then realised, that… Keep Reading

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Foo Fighters Announce 3 HUGE UK Shows

The world’s biggest and best rock band, Foo Fighters, have announced three massive UK Stadium shows next summer, hot on the heels of their acclaimed number one album ‘Concrete and Gold’. Last Saturday October 7th, Foo Fighters curated and headlined their own Cal Jam 17 festival in San Bernardino, California, topping a bill featuring Queens of the Stone Age, Liam Gallagher, Royal Blood, Wolf Alice, The Kills and a host… Keep Reading

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Foo Fighters Release New Track ‘The Line’

The countdown to the year’s most massive and ambitious melodic hard rock magnum opus just started ticking that much faster: “The Line,” the newest advance offering from Foo Fighters’ about to be released ninth studio album ‘Concrete and Gold’, has been made available as an instant grat with pre-orders placed in advance of the new record’s September 15 release on Columbia Records. “The Line” pairs a signature Foo Fighters propulsive… Keep Reading

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Foo Fighters Announce New Album ‘Concrete And Gold’

Foo Fighters Bring A Gang Of The World’s Best Rock N Roll Bands Together For 12 Hours Of Non-Stop 100% Live Music at Cal Jam 17 – Oct 7th at Glen Helen Regional Park. Line up Includes Queens Of The Stone Age, Cage The Elephant, Liam Gallagher, The Kills, Royal Blood, Babes In Toyland, Japandroids, Bob Mould & Many More “I wanted it to be the biggest sounding Foo Fighters… Keep Reading

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MUSIC REVIEW: Foo Fighters ‘Run’

Since the dawn of the millennium, no band has managed to maintain constant success and longevity like Foo Fighters have. Unlike many of their contemporaries, most of whom either faded into the back pages and footnotes of rock history, or tragically died in their prime, Foo Fighters’ success never seemed fade. Formed in the ashes of Dave Grohl’s Nirvana career, Foo Fighters are arguably modern rock’s most famous act, after… Keep Reading

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Foo Fighters Reach 2.2 Million YouTube Views

Foo Fighters Reach 2.2 Million YouTube Views in First 24 Hours The people have spoken: They want their summer hard rock anthem and they’ve found it in Foo Fighters’ superlative new “Run.” In the 24 hours since “Run” was unleashed on the public without warning, an eager populace has devoured the song and its mind boggling time warp of a video to the tune of 2.2 million YouTube views—the highest… Keep Reading

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Foo Fighters on world tour

Foo Fighters (US) slowly add more cities in Europe to their world tour Dave Grohl & Co. could be coming your way. Three cities announced, more are hinted. Foo Fighters, one of the survivors of post-grunge, started their world tour in Los Angeles in October, and will tour North America during the winter. Judging by their website and Facebook page, they are with certainty on their way over the Atlantic.… Keep Reading

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On This Day | 3rd March…

1969, Led Zeppelin recorded their first BBC Radio 1 ‘Top Gear’ session during the afternoon at the Playhouse Theatre in London, England. Songs recorded were ‘Dazed And Confused’, ‘Communication Breakdown’, ‘You Shook Me’ and ‘I Can’t Quit You Baby’. Free, The Moody Blues and Deep Purple were also in session on the show. 1973, Slade’s ‘Com On Feel The Noize’, entered the UK at No.1, making Slade the first act… Keep Reading

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